2009 Inductees

Cliff Lumsdon

Clifford Douglas "Cliff" Lumsdon Jr. (April 13, 1931 – August 31, 1991) was a remarkable Canadian world champion marathon swimmer.

Doug Flutie

Douglas Richard “Doug” Flutie was born in Maryland on October 23, 1962. While attending high school in Massachusetts Doug was an All-American in football, basketball and baseball.

Elvis Stojko

Born March 22, 1972 in Newmarket, Ontario, Elvis is known as one of figure skating’s true innovators. Starting out at the age of 5 he was the Canadian National Junior Champion at 16. Mr. Stojko became the first person to land a quadruple-double jump combination at the 1991 World Championships.

Michael “Pinball” Clemons

Michael Clemons was born in Clearwater, Florida in 1965. He became a Canadian Football League icon and developed into a national sports hero and endearing personality.

Ted Lindsay

Born in Renfrew, Ontario, in 1925, Ted Lindsay became one of the greatest players in the history of the National Hockey League. Known as "Terrible Ted" for his tenacious play, he was the left winger on the Detroit Red Wings famous "Production Line" with Sid Abel and the legendary Gordie

Werenich, Savage, Kawaja, Harrison Rink

Skipped by Ed Werenich, this curling team dominated in all levels of curling winning provincial and national titles and capping off their team record with World Championships in 1983 and 1990.