New Saskatchewan Record



We have a new record on Women’s Open Platform.  The battle for the final spot on the Women’s Canada Games Team was hard fought last weekend at the Toon Town Westerns in Saskatoon – and Joelle Gallais not only won a spot on the team but broke the record set in 2006 by Lindsay Hamilton.  Check here to see the current Sask records waiting to be broken.

Canada Games Team Named

Team selection


After a suspenseful weekend of competition, the Dive Sask Canada Games team was named in Saskatoon.  WOMEN’S TEAM:  Alyssa Clairmont, Quinn Gariepy, Liz DeCecco, Joelle Gallais, Paige McKenzie (alternate).  MEN’S TEAM:  Bjorn Markentin, Jamie Spilchak, Jonah Cey, Rylan Wiens, ,Markus Boehm (alternate).  COACHES:  Steve Carroll, Laura Desautels, Jana Klein.  MANAGER:  Sydney Hesselberg

Congratulations to Team Sask and good luck in Winnipeg in July!

We’re Moving!


The Dive Sask office is on the move!  As of April 1st, our office will be in the Sask Sport wing of the new Mosaic Stadium.  For now, our mailing address will remain the same at 1870 Lorne St., Regina S4P 2L7.  Our phone number will also remain the same at 780-9405, although it may not be functional until April 10th.  As our Provincial Team, Provincial Coaches and Executive Director will be in Cuba at a training camp from Apr 1-10,  we will not be returning phone messages or emails.   We will return all emails after the 10th!

Sask Sport Awards


Congratulations to Rylan Wiens who has been named one of three finalists for the Sask Sport Youth Male Athlete of the Year.  Winners will be announced at a reception in Saskatoon on March 23rd.  Check out all of the award nominees here.


New Saskatchewan Records

Our Group E divers are leading the way with 2 new Saskatchewan records set at the 2017 Saskatchewan Provincial Championships held in Regina from Feb 11-12.  In fact one record was broken twice!  Alexander Potts broke the Boys E Platform record which he himself had set in 2016.  Both Finlee Sharp and Lila Stewart broke the Girls E 1m record which had been held by Erika Markentin since 2014. Ultimately Lila came out on top with the Gold medal and the new record.  Congratulations!

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