55th Knights of Columbus Games

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2020 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS INDOOR GAMES

Presented by ASL Paving

Saskatoon Fieldhouse: January 23 – 25

Admission:
Thursday – $5.00
Friday – $10.00
Saturday – $10.00
Weekend Pass – $15.00

Club/University – January 24 & 25

Elementary Schools – January 23 & 25

Honorary Meet Director

Mr. Vic Chickowski

Aside from potential colder weather, I looked forward in assisting with the Knights of Columbus Indoor Games, in the past three decades. My wife and I enjoyed attending our wind-up Banquets, in meeting and admiring the exuberant and dedicated Invitational Athletes.

I assisted with admission ticket sales with two great trainers, being Bob Schlosser and Joe Brule. Somehow non-reluctantly, they passed-on the baton to me, and I mentored the ticket sales for nine years. But I have to give “Thanks” to the number of excellent Volunteers, that were there to help me in this endeavor.

My most satisfying accomplishment, was being somewhat instrumental in having a local Invitational Athlete participate in our K of C Games in 2016. We were grateful to have Brianne Theisen-Eaton a Canadian heptathlon record holder, being our quest at these games.

I hope to be able to continue in assisting with our K of C Indoor Games, as it is high-light event for Saskatoon and Saskatchewan.

K of C Games Record Holders...

  • Women’s 60m Hurdles – Phylicia George, Canada 8.06 (2012)
  • Men’s 60m Hurdles – Allen Johnson, Goldwin TC 7.55 (1995)
  • Men’s 300m – Bryen Spratling, USA 33.09 (2018)
  • Men’s 400m – James Davis, USA 46.72 (2001)
  • Men’s 60m – Bruny Surin, Videotron 6.51 (1996)
  • Women’s 50m – Philomena Mensah, Coquitlam 6.18 (1998)
  • Women’s 60m – Philomena Mensah, Coquitlam 7.18 (1999)
  • Men’s 50m – Sam Effah, Canada (2011) & Blake Smith, USA (2018) both in 5.67.

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55 Years And Counting...

55th Annual
Knights of Columbus
Saskatchewan Indoor Games
Jan 23 – 25th, 2020
Saskatoon Field House