Sask Athletics is the Prov Sport Governing Body for track & field, cross country, road racing and a branch of Athletics Canada.
PR Athletics Summer Twilight Meet
Saskatchewan Athletics is now accepting applications for the Head Coach of the 2025 Canada Summer Games that will be held in St. Johns, Newfoundland from August 16-24, 2025. Please see the attached application for more information.
Applications must be submitted no later than 4:00pm on June 2, 2023.
2023 Saskatchewan Track & Field Championships
Presented by The Bob Adams Foundation
Gordie Howe Sports Complex
July 14-16, 2023
2023 Saskatchewan Trials and All Comers Meet for the Manitoba/Saskatchewan U16/U18 Dual
June 10-11, 2023
Canada Games Athletic Complex
Saskatchewan Athletics is hosting a Sport Medicine and Science Speaker Series consisting of several different online sessions. The sessions will cover many different topics such as mental performance, sports nutrition, strength and conditioning, RED-S, etc.
All sessions will be held online via Zoom. Separate registration is required for each session. Sessions are intended to be for Saskatchewan Athletics members only (coaches, athletes and their parents/guardians).
Coaches will be credited with 1 Professional Development point for each session they attend. This is a great way for coaches to maintain their certification.
More details about each session and the registration links can be found here.
If you have any questions about the speaker series please contact Jamie Epp (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Officials are volunteers who play a vital role in providing safe, fair and efficiently run competitions in the sport of athletics—including track and field, cross-country and road racing events. Officials apply the sport rules to maintain integrity and enjoyment at all levels of competitions from local school and club-based events to provincial and national championships and international level competitions.
Officials come from all ages and walks of life with backgrounds ranging from current and retired athletes and coaches to parents of young athletes and others who are interested in the sport. Of the many reasons and benefits of being an official, the most common reasons include continuing to be involved in the sport; being part of an enjoyable and social community of like-minded individuals; and a chance to volunteer and develop new knowledge and skills.
To learn more about becoming an official contact Brenda O'Connor (email@example.com).
Athletics Canada Policy on Transgender and Gender Diversity Inclusion - January 2023