2016 Inductees

Sarah Burke

Sarah Burke, born on September 3rd, 1982, grew up in Midland, Ontario. She was a true pioneer in freestyle skiing. In 2004, she lobbied ESPN to add a women’s division for freestyle skiing in the following Winter X Games. Her perseverance and passion led to ESPN adding a women’s division

Ron Ellis

Ron Ellis was born on January 8th, 1945, and grew up in Lindsay, Ontario. He began his hockey career while playing with the Toronto Marlboros. In 1964, Ellis won the Memorial Cup alongside other icons such as Mike Walton, Nick Harbaruk, and Pete Stemkowski, among others. Ellis began his 15-year

Tony Fernandez

Tony Fernandez was born on June 30th, 1962, and grew up in San Pedro de Macoris, Dominican Republic. The Toronto Blue Jays drafted Fernandez in 1979. During his professional career, Tony played for several teams in Major League Baseball and in Japan.

Eric Lindros

Eric Lindros was born on February 28th, 1973, and grew up in London, Ontario. Well known in the hockey world, Eric will always be remembered for his immense talent and ridiculous athleticism.

Leo Rautins

Leo Rautins was born on March 20th, 1960, and spent his formative years in Toronto, Ontario. His basketball career began at St. Michael’s College School, where his talent developed enough to become, at 16 years old, the youngest player ever to earn a spot with the Canadian National Team. He

Chris Schultz

Chris Schultz, born on February 16th, 1960, grew up in Burlington, Ontario. From a young age, Chris played high level football. After his high-school career at Aldershot High School, his high level of talent led him to sign with the University of Arizona. With a successful career at Arizona, Chris