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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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Saskatchewan Athletics is now accepting applications for both Midget and Youth Tri Province teams for the roles of Head Coach, Event Area Coaches, and Manager. The 2017 Tri Province  Meet will take place in Winnipeg, Manitoba on July 14-16, 2017.
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Regina Sportsplex
Regina, SK
February 10 & 11, 2017
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As Head Coach of the 2017 Canada Summer Games Team, I encourage you to read the attached letter addressed to Coaches of Prospective Canada Summer Games Athletes.  Continue to check the website for further upcoming information pertaining to the Canada Summer Games.  The Games are being held in Winnipeg, Manitoba from July 27 - August 4, 2017.
Letter to Coaches

Tickets are on sale now for the 2017 Canada Summer Games
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2017 Membership Form
(Athletes, Coaches, Volunteers)
If you officiate as well, complete the Officials form in addition to the membership form. This will help us track requests for upgrading, mentoring and travel.
Officials Membership Form
Meet Pass Form

Attached you will find a job posting inviting applications for a Games Manager for the 2019 Western Canada Summer Games being hosted in Swift Current, SK
Games Manager - 2019 Western Canada Summer Games


Canadian Paralympic Committee High Performance and Games Committee

Call for Member Applications

The Canadian Paralympic Committee (CPC) would like to invite members of the sport community to apply for up to 4 positions on the High Performance & Games Committee. These are volunteer advisory positions with the opportunity to influence and shape the future of the Paralympic movement in Canada.

 About the High Performance and Games Committee

The High Performance and Games Committee represents the Canadian Paralympic Committee's high performance sport and Games vision. At regular meetings of the Board of Directors of CPC, the Co-Chairs of the High Performance and Games Committee will report and update the members on the High Performance and Games strategy implementation, and will seek approval on recommendations for policy revisions from the Committee and its working groups.

 Candidates Profiles:
  • Multi-year experience in the Canadian Sport System, including experience within a Paralympic High Performance program and National Sport Organisation.
  • Experience as a technical leader and Olympic experience will be considered as an asset.
  • Knowledge of international trends in sports and high performance programs worldwide.
  • Knowledge and understanding of Classification / Sport Sciences and related disciplines.
  • Strong vision and understanding of the Paralympic Movement in Canada in order to ensure ongoing high performance improvement in order to improve ranking and achieve establish high performance benchmarks as a nation and by sports.
  • Experience within the Games environment and understanding of the key elements for preparation and planning required to deliver high-performing and professional services at the Games.
  • Understanding and knowledge of best practices from around the world in Games preparation, planning and delivery.

Please provide your CV and cover letter by Jan. 20, 2017 to Catherine Gosselin-Despres" target="_blank">

May 12 - 14, 2017
Marathon by the Sea
Saint John, New Brunswick
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We want to make you a trained Volunteer for our Indoor Track Meets
Registration deadline - January 6, 2017 - Registration for the January 13 & 14 clinics has now closed.  Available spots for January 27 & 28.
4 dates to choose from!
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Attached is an opportunity for any female athletes from 16 – 35 years to get involved in a research study that investigates the physical, psychological and social benefits for women when they participate in sport. 

Main researcher is PhD candidate Margo Killham and she can be reached at or Dr. Leah Ferguson at


Saskatchewan Athletics promotes the sport of athletics* by facilitating the development and maintenance of effective programs which assists athletes, coaches, officials, and volunteers in a fair and positive environment.

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