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Sask Athletics is the Prov Sport Governing Body for track & field, cross country, road racing and a branch of Athletics Canada.

Saskatchewan Athletics promotes the sport of Track and Field, Cross Country Running, Road Racing and Race Walk
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A very special thank you to all of our sponsors, your support and contributions to Saskatchewan Athletics is invaluable and there is a lot that we could not do without you

 For all the Return to Sport documents, see below:

Saskatchewan Athletics - Return to Sport Plan

Updates on October 9, 2020 Include:

- we are in early discussions for the potential of competition for the 2020/2021 indoor season (4th paragraph on the 1st page)
- updates to our coaching guidelines
- updates to our jumping pits and mats guidelines

Club Attestation Form
COIVD-19 Questionnaire and Attestation

Release of Liability (Participants over the age of majority)
Informed Consent and Assumption of Risk (Participants under the age of majority)

Return to Activity Checklist
Training Practice Plan Worksheet
Daily Attendance Register Document

NCCP Sport Coach Course
December 5-6, 2020
Regina Field House - Regina, SK

Course Information
Registration Form

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Registration will be capped at 10 participants.

Registration Deadline: November 26, 2020

Saskatchewan Athletics would like to congratulate the 2020 Bob Adams and Saskatchewan Athletics award winners. For the complete list of award winners, see below:

2020 Bob Adams and Saskatchewan Athletics Award Winners

Saskatchewan Athletics would like to congratulate Ted Rowan on recently being inducted into the Canadian Masters Athletics Hall of Fame!

The CMA Board inducts into the Canadian Masters Athletics Hall of Fame individuals who are judged to have made significant contributions to masters athletics in Canada, in either of two categories – as Athletes or as Executives/Administrators.

For the full write up on Ted and his induction, follow the link below:

CMA 2020 Hall of Fame Inductees

BC Throws Summit
Virtual Format

November 7, 8, 10, 12, 2020

Summit Homepage
Registration Page

Registration Deadline: November 5, 2020

The Canada Games Council and the 2021 Canada Games Host Society have decided to postpone the 2021 Canada Summer Games until the summer of 2022 due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

To view the postponement announcement, click HERE.

Due to the cancellation of the Canadian Cross Country Championships, the Saskatchewan Provincial Age Class Cross Country Championships scheduled for October 24th have been CANCELLED as well. 

To view the press release from Ahtletics Canada regarding the Canadian Cross Country Championships, please click HERE.

Athletics Canada has updated their Return to Track guidelines as of July 21, 2020. Included in the updates are Return to Competition guidelines, which can be found on pages 15-25. To view the guidelines, follow the link below:

Athletics Canada Return to Track Guidelines - Updated July 21, 2020

Bold Italic font indicates events that are greater than the provincial level.

Saskatchewan Age Class Cross Country Championships - October 24
USPORT Canada West Cross Country Championships - October 31
USPORT Cross Country Championships - November 14
Canadian Cross Country Championships - November 28

World Athletics U20 Championships - July 7-12
NAIG Summer Games - July 12-18 (to 2022)
Saskatchewan Summer Games - July 26-29 (to 2021)
Olympic Summer Games - July 31-August 9 (to 2021)
Paralympic Summer Games - August 30-Sepetember 6 (to 2021)
Canada Summer Games - August 6-21, 2021 (to 2022)

The Saskatchewan Games Council, the City of Lloydminster, and the Lloydminster 2020 Host Society have jointly announced the postponement of the 2020 Saskatchewan Summer Games until July 2021 due to health and safety concerns surrounding COVID-19. The Games were originally scheduled to be held from July 26 – August 1 in Lloydminster, SK.

The Games are now tentatively scheduled to run from July 18–24, 2021 in Lloydminster. See the documents below for more details:

SSG Official Postponement Release
2021 SSG Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

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