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Saskatchewan Program for Athletic Excellence

The purpose of the Saskatchewan Program for Athletic Excellence is to provide additional direct financial assistance to Saskatchewan's High Performance Athletes who are carded at the national level by Sport Canada. Specific objectives of the program are:

  • To help athletes continue their pursuit of athletic excellence at the highest levels of national and international competition;
  • To enable athletes to successfully pursue excellence in sport while fulfilling their educational goals;
  • To increase athlete access to high performance coaching and sports science practitioners;
  • To enhance training and competitive opportunities available to athletes.

Eligibility - Who Can Apply?
Saskatchewan athletes nominated and accepted for carding status under Sport Canada's Athlete Assistance Program (AAP), and meet all the following criteria:

  1. Athlete must be training in Saskatchewan, exceptions will be made providing that the athlete can substantiate one of the following:

    • He/She is training out of province as part of a formal NSO-sanctioned training program;
    • That he/she cannot receive the required level of training in Saskatchewan and as a result has relocated out of the province (i.e. due to lack of facilities, coaching, competition, national team requirements);
    • That he/she is attending a post-secondary institution out-of-province;
    • Other extenuating circumstances that require the athlete to be out of the province.

  2. The athlete must be able to demonstrate, to the satisfaction of the Canadian Sport Centre Management Committee, they are a product of the Saskatchewan sport system. Evidence of this would be a significant and/or relevant portion of their sport development occurred while a primary resident of Saskatchewan.

  3. Athlete must not be under a sanction that prohibits competition as per the Canadian Anti-Doping Policy.

  4. Athlete must not receive financial support from any other provincial/territorial athlete assistance program. This does not include academic scholarships, bursaries, student grants, student loans, social assistance, disability pensions, and other forms of financial assistance that are unrelated to competitive sport.

2017 Saskatchewan Program for Athletic Excellence Athlete Recipients

 

Saskatchewan Program for Athletic Excellence

 

 

Application Deadline:

Athletes must complete their application and submit all required documentation within two months of the start of the carding cycle for your sport
(i.e. March 1st for carding cycles starting on January 1st)

Mail completed applications to:
Saskatchewan Program for Athletic Excellence
Attention: Michelle Dezell
510 Cynthia Street
Saskatoon, SK S7L 7K7

 

Please contact Michelle Dezell, Manager - Athlete Services
at 1-866-727-5272 or by EMAIL for further information or if you have any questions.