Our Provincial capital will become the host site of the multi-sport games which includes curling in both the Mixed Doubles and 4-person team disciplines.
The 2022 Saskatchewan Winter Games will be hosted in Regina February 20-26 and the City of Regina is excited to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the multi-sport Saskatchewan Games program that hosts the summer and winter events on corresponding Olympic years.
“We’re thrilled to be celebrating 50 years of the Saskatchewan Games program in 2022 and look forward to working with the host organizing committee to provide an exceptional experience for our province’s developing athletes, coaches and officials. We’re also proud to be hosting a major event that will aid in our community’s continued recovery post-pandemic by bringing thousands of participants and spectators from every corner of the province here to Regina while enhancing community excitement and pride.” – Mark Bracken, Executive Director, Saskatchewan Games Council
The provincial multi-sport games will bring together approximately 1600 athletes from across Saskatchewan’s nine sport and recreation districts and provide a key opportunity for development and championship experience. The competitors in the 4-person boys and girls category are to be a maximum of 16 years old on June 30th, 2021. The competitors in the Mixed Doubles category are to be a maximum of 18 years old on June 30, 2021.
“The City is very excited to welcome the Saskatchewan Winter Games and offer our support. Regina has a well-deserved reputation as the best city in Canada to host major sporting events, and the 50th anniversary of the Saskatchewan Games is a perfect opportunity to showcase that ability. I am confident that, as we enter a post-pandemic world, our residents will be excited to help make the Games a rousing success.” – Michael Fougere, Mayor, City of Regina
Learn more about Mixed Doubles being added to the 2022 Saskatchewan Winter Games here:
Read the full 2022 Saskatchewan Winter Games announcement here:
For more information on the SWG, please contact:
Ashley Howard, CURLSASK Executive Director
Pat Simmons, CURLSASK Director of High Performance