Sask Athletics

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

2020 - 2021 Board of Directors


Grant Van Eaton - President 

Hometown - Regina
Occupation - Director of Service Excellence with the Workers Compensation Board
Tell us about yourself -
I am currently the President and General Manager for Excel Athletika Track and Field in Regina.  I have been involved in track and field in one manner or another for years.  I have competed as a Masters athlete in track and field, road racing and marathons over the past ten years.  I have also been involved with Provincial track and field teams on numerous occasions as a manager.


Harvey Weber - Past President 
Hometown - Saskatoon
Occupation - Retired
Tell us about yourself - I have been involved in Sask Athletics as a board member, official, coach and athlete for many years. I have served as President, Past President, VP of Participation, and VP of Excellence.  have been involved in Sask Athletics as a board member, official, coach and athlete for many years. I have served as President, Past President, VP of Participation, and VP of Excellence. I have been the Head Coach of two Western Canada Summer Games and one Canada Summer Games teams. I continue to compete as a master athlete at an international level.


Tina Boyle - 1st Vice President/VP of Personnel
Hometown - Saskatoon
Occupation - Special Education Consultant
Tell us about yourself - Athletics is a passion of mine.  I competed at the provincial level in high school and then as a U of S Huskie.  I am currently a masters athlete, competing primarily in half marathons and marathons.  I am grateful for the opportunity to volunteer with an organization that is as passionate about athletics as I am.


Karen Wharington - Vice President Finance 
Hometown - North Battleford
Occupation - CMA, CPA
Tell us about yourself - I am the Head Coach of the North Battleford Legion Track Club and have been coaching for 18 years. I have coordinated the SOLE-stice meet in North Battleford for the last 3 years and I'm working on my level 3 officiating. I currently work part-time for several businesses in North Battleford. I am looking forward to working with the Board of Sask Athletics.


Jason Reindl - Vice President Excellence 
Hometown - Saskatoon
Occupation - Head Coach - University of Saskatchewan Huskies
Tell us about yourself - I am professional track and field coach who has had the opportunity to coach, teach, and present across the country and the world. I believe in the power of sport and the opportunities that present themselves through participation in athletics. Proud to be Team Sask all the way.


Cora Andreas - Vice President Participation 
Hometown - Naicam
Occupation - Teacher
Tell us about yourself -  I am very thankful to have track and field as a huge part of my life and I am a proud U of S Track and Field Alumni. Currently I am a Level 5 Throws officials and help coach Grade 1-12 students in Naicam School. I am excited learn and contribute with a new role in Sask Athletics.


Gisele George - VP Capacity/Interaction 
Hometown - Saskatoon
Occupation - Teacher
Tell us about yourself -  A proud member of English River First Nation. I became involved with track and field in high school and I remain involved with the sport as a director for Saskatchewan Aboriginal Track and Field. I have my Sport Coach in training and I am an official. I am excited for this opportunity to be a part of and contribute to Saskatchewan Athletics.


Lenny Williams
Hometown - Saskatoon
Occupation - Accountant
Tell us about yourself - I am an accountant with Baker Tilly SK LLP specializing in tax, advisory, and entrepreneurial services. I have co-founded two successful tech start-ups with Oglen Solutions and my current venture uSuite – a platform for touch-free mobile menus and payments. As a Huskie Alumni I am very passionate about athletics in Saskatchewan and want to help support Sask Excellence at both the national and world stage. I am also a Level 3 Saskatchewan Athletics official.


Tait Nystuen 
Hometown - Regina
Occupation - Accountant
Tell us about yourself - To give back for all of the support and opportunities given to me during my time as an athlete. I also got involved in order to give younger and elite athletes a voice at the board level.


RossAnn Edwards 
- Saskatoon
Occupation - Psychologist
Tell us about yourself - I have been involved in Athletics for more than 50 years and feel fortunate to have had so many different roles in this great sport: athlete, coach, coach facilitator, meet director, administrator. I am currently the Head Coach of Riversdale Athletics Club and I am a certified Performance Coach. I look forward to being a part of furthering Saskatchewan's place in the country and the world whether it be through performance of our athletes or our innovative ways of furthering participation.


Dale Lawrence
Hometown - Melfort
Occupation - Retired Teacher
Tell us about yourself - I am a retired teacher who recently moved to Melfort. I previously coached high school track and field for thirty-four years. I have officiated with Sask Athletics for over twenty years and am a Level 4 Track Umpire. Recently, I have also been competing in the Master Track and Field category.


Ron Poetker 
Hometown - Prince Albert
Occupation - Coach, Official & Retired Educator
Tell us about yourself - I have spent my teaching career in Prince Albert in the secondary school system. Of course that spilt over into coaching with high school teams as well as club teams over the past 30 years.  Currently, I am Head Coach of PA Athletics track and a level 4 track official and photo finish official.  You can often find him at the track either as an official or at an event coaching athletes.


Scott Davis 
Hometown - Regina
Occupation - Engineer
Tell us about yourself - I have been involved in Athletics for over 28 years as an athlete, coach, official, and administrator. I recently moved to Saskatchewan from New Brunswick and I want to continue to be involved in the sport. I hope I can bring my experience to help athletics continue to be a growing sport in Saskatchewan.

Supported By