PRESIDENT Being involved with Sask Snowboard has provided me the opportunity to combine my passion for the sport with an outlet to serve the snowboard community. I have been involved with snowboarding since the early days of the sport and have seen many changes over the past 30 years. My wife, myself, and three boys are a snowboarding family and look to spend as many days on snow as possible both here in Saskatchewan and elsewhere. As long as I am involved with Sask Snowboard the organization will continue to strive to promote the sport of snowboarding recreationally, socially, and competitively.
WOMEN IN SPORT COORDINATOR “Snowboarding is more than simply a sport I play or hobby I enjoy. It allows me to not only be active, but also creative. It’s evident in everything I do, my clothing, my workplace, it’s how I can be identified. The best thing about this sport is that each snowboarder is encouraged to develop their own individual style, and that can happen through a number of different avenues (clothing, discipline concentration, etc.). Snowboarding can be competitive or non-competitive, challenging or relaxing, whatever you make it. In short, snowboarding has shaped my entire life, created friendships,allowed me to see a lot of different parts of Canada and put a smile on my face everyday!”