Brittany Hudak • 25 • Prince Albert • Para Nordic Skiing
Nominated by Nominated by Saskatchewan Ski Association

Photo Credit:
Canadian
Paralympic
Committee

 

  • Won bronze in the 12.5 km biathlon, 8th in the 6 km biathlon, 5th in the 10 km biathlon, 6th in sprint cross country and 8th in the 7.5 km cross country at the 2018 Paralympic Winter Games.
  • Finished 5th in cross-country middle distance at the International Paralympic Committee World Cup in Oberried, Germany, which featured participants from 16 countries. There, she also placed 7th in cross-country sprint classic, 6th in biathlon sprint, 6th in biathlon middle distance, 8th in biathlon long distance and 7th in cross-country long distance.
  • Won bronze in biathlon long distance at the International Paralympic Committee World Cup in Canmore, Alta. At the same competition, she placed 5th in biathlon sprint distance, 5th in cross-country sprint distance classic, 4th in biathlon pursuit distance and 5th in cross-country middle distance.

 


 

Shelby Newkirk • 22 • Saskatoon • Para Swimming
Nominated by Swim Saskatchewan Inc.

 

  • Won gold in the women’s 100 m back (S7) and bronze in the women’s 4 x 100 m medley relay (S1-S10) at the 2018 Pan Pacific Para Swimming Championships.
  • Set a new world record and captured silver in the 50 m backstroke (S7) at the International Deutsche Meisterschaften, which featured competitors from 24 clubs and 45 countries. In addition, she won silver in the women’s 100 m back.
  • Won bronze in the women’s open 400 m free and women’s 200 m medley at the World Para Swimming World Series in Copenhagen, Denmark, which featured participants from 25 nations. In addition, she placed 6th in the women’s open 100 m back.
  • Won gold and set a new world record in the women’s 100 m back multiclass at the 2018 Canadian Swimming Trials, which featured participants from 104 clubs across the country. At the same event, she won silver in the women’s 100 m free multiclass.
  • Named the 2018 Swimming Canada Para Swimmer of the Year.

 


 

Marie Wright • 58 • Moose Jaw • Wheelchair Curling
Nominated by CURLSASK

Photo Credit:
Canadian
Paralympic
Committee

 
  • Won a bronze medal as a member of Team Canada at the 2018 PyeongChang Paralympic Games, which featured teams from 12 countries.
  • Won gold at the 2018 Canadian Wheelchair Championship, where she became the first female skip to win a national title.
  • Named All-Star Skip at the 2018 Canadian Wheelchair Championship.

    Ashley Baerg • 29 • Dalmeny • Adaptive Water Skiing
    Nominated by Waterski Wakeboard Saskatchewan

    Keely Shaw • 24 • Saskatoon • Para Cycling
    Nominated by Sask Cycling

    Leesa Eggum • 23 • Saskatoon • Soccer
    Nominated by Saskatchewan Soccer Association

    Marsha Hudey • 28 • Regina • Speed Skating
    Nominated by Saskatchewan Amateur Speed Skating Association

    Megan Neuman • 19 • Saskatoon • Judo
    Nominated by Judo Saskatchewan

    Julee Stewart • 21 • Regina • Baton Twirling
    Nominated by Saskatchewan Baton Twirling Association

    Julianne Labach • 22 • Saskatoon • Athletics
    Nominated by Saskatchewan Athletics

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

              

 
 

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