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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.

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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

The Coaches Association of Saskatchewan is proud to partner with the Coaches Association of Ontario to bring FREE ACCESS to the virtual Ontario Coaches Conference March 24-31 for all coaches in Saskatchewan.

With a theme of Shaping Tomorrow Today, the conference will see top experts from around the world including acclaimed authors, professional coaches and sport science leaders coming together to provide coaches with tangible takeaways for when sport returns.

For more information, including who is speaking and how to register, click the following link: pheedloop.com21/site/home//OCC

Coaches from across Saskatchewan can register for one session, multiple or the entire week courtesy of the Coaches Association of Saskatchewan!

Click HERE for Sask Sport's article on coach Mavis Dzaka!

For an NCCP overview (at a glance) for Saskatchewan Athletics coaches, please click HERE. 

Sask Athletics Coach Planning PD Session (via Zoom)
Saturday, March 6th - 9:00am - 12:00pm

Session Information Page

Cost: FREE!

Registration Link:

Any questions and inquiries can be sent to:
Jason Reindl
(306) 612-2149

NCCP Run Jump Throw Wheel Instructor Course - Online
Four Zoom Sessions - March 10, 17, 24, 31

Course Information & Registration Form

Online Registration Link: RJTW Online Course - March 2021 Registration

Registration Deadline: March 8, 2021 @ 5:00pm

For more information, email Tanika at

The Government of Canada has advised against all non-essential travel, within Canada, to the US and to all international destinations. Additionally, it is possible that further restrictions on travel may be enacted by Canadian health authorities that may further limit travel back into Canada.

The number of COVID cases continues to be high in most parts of the world. In addition, there are new variants of COVID that spread more easily and may cause more serious illness. Furthermore, Athletics Canada only has emerging data on the long-term impact of COVID in elite athletes.

Below are the Athlete Assistance Funding Standards for 2021 for both Men and Women:

Women - 2021 Athlete Assistance Funding Standards

Men - 2021 Athlete Assistance Funding Standards

Due to the new COVID-19 restrictions put in place by the Government of Saskatchewan on Friday, November 27, 2020, Saskatchewan Athletics cannot sanction any practice for athletes over the age of 18 if a coach is present. If athletes want to train elsewhere with a fit card they can as long as a coach is not present.

2020 - 2021 Saskatchewan Athletics Board of Directors

Jessica Furlan (Regina) has been awarded the silver medal in the 3000m steeplechase at the Kazan 2013 FISU Summer Universiade, after doping sanctions were recently handed down by the International University Sports Federation (FISU) to all three original medalists.

To view the full article released by USPORTS, see below:

Canadian track and field athletes upgraded to top steps of the podium at Kazan 2013 FISU Summer Universiade

 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

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

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


NAIG Summer Games - July 12-18 (to 2022)
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)

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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