TELEVISION BROADCAST OF CANADA’S SPORTS HALL OF FAME 2014 INDUCTION

Don’t miss the TV broadcast of the 2014 Canada Sports Hall of Fame induction ceremony premiering on November 2nd, which includes basketball inductees Kathy Shields and Tim Frick!

Canada's Sports Hall of Fame 2014 Induction, which took place on October 22, 2014 honoured several influential Canadian figures that have helped shape the sports landscape in this country. Among those who were also recognized are ski jumping champion, Horst Bulau, freestyle skier, Sarah Burke, dual sport champion, Pierre Harvey, Women’s hockey innovator, Geraldine Heaney, Figure skater, Elizabeth Manley and rugby player, Gareth Rees.The dates and times that the Induction Celebrations will air are listed below:  

November

Time

Rogers Sportsnet

2

7:30pm ET

East, Ontario, West, Pacific

3

1:00pm ET

11:00pm ET

One

One

7

12:30pm PT

1:30pm MT

2:30pm ET

Pacific

West

East, Ontario

 

Canadian Basketball Inductees:  

 

Tim Frick

Tim developed Team Canada into one of the most dominant teams in the history of all Canadian amateur sports. He led Team Canada to an incredible decade-long undefeated streak in major international competition, including an unprecedented three consecutive Paralympic gold medals (1992,1996, 2000), four consecutive Wheelchair Basketball World Championship titles (1994, 1998, 2002, 2006), and bronze medals at the Wheelchair Basketball World Championship (1990) and Paralympics (2004).

Kathy Shields

Kathy Shields has had an incredible career as both an athlete and a coach, spanning over three decades. Her coaching involvement includes Assistant Coach with the University of Victoria Vikettes (1977-1978), Head Coach with the University of Victoria Vikes (1979-2001), Assistant Coach with Team Canada (1981-1994) and Head Coach for the Senior Women’s National Team (1992-1995). Kathy led the University of Victoria Vikettes/Vikes to 8 CIAU/CIS National titles and had a record of 320 wins and only 50 losses. She has been awarded the Canada West Coach of the Year nine times and has won the CIAU/CIS Coach of the Year.