2002 Inductees

1993 Toronto Blue Jays

The 1992 edition of the Toronto Blue Jays will be remembered as the first team from Canada winning a World Series and for that feat, they were elected into the Ontario Sports Hall of Fame in 2001. So then it was only natural that the 1993 World-Series champion Jays be

Edward “Ned” Hanlan

Edward "Ned" Hanlan loved to taunt and tease his opponents by allowing them to catch up to him and then in a burst of speed, he would pull away and win rather easily.

Kathy Kreiner

Kathy Kreiner stood at the mountain top of the ski hill and as she was about to make her way out of the starting gate, she said to herself, "They don't know it but I am going to win." And wouldn't you know it, Kreiner did win this giant slalom

Steve Podborski

Podborski grew up in the Toronto suburb of Don Mills on Foxden Road near Global TV, made the Craigleith Ski Club near Collingwood famous by training there and went on to become arguably Canada's finest male downhill skier.

Trent Frayne

Trent Frayne always had the gift for gab in his marvellously written stories and columns. He calls it his "light-hearted" approach to the business of putting together an article that would appeal to readers. One admirer of his referred to his "quirky circumspection" of events and his rhapsodies. "I never

Victor Davis

Talk about intensity in an athlete. Take the late, great Victor Davis, one of Canada's most legendary swimmers, and one of the latest inductees into the Ontario Sports Hall of Fame.