Cleve’s Source for Sports Impact Awards June

June 27, 2024, (Halifax, NS)- Cleve’s Source for Sports June Impact Award Recipients Announced 

Sport Nova Scotia is proud to announce the 2024 Cleve’s Source for Sports June Impact Award Recipients; Sarah Regan (Female Athlete), Evan Huber (Male Athlete), Lindsay Bowie (Coach), Jill MacDonald (Volunteer).  

Female Athlete: Sarah Regan, Artistic Swim Nova Scotia Athlete 

Achievements: Sarah’s recent performance at the Canadian Artistic Swimming Championships in Montreal, Quebec, was nothing short of historic. She secured a bronze medal in the Senior Tech Solo Event, a silver medal in the Senior Free Solo Event, and another silver in the Senior Free Duet Event. These achievements not only marked a significant milestone for the Atlantis Artistic Swimming Club, but also for Nova Scotia. Sarah’s podium finish in both the club and the province at a National Championships is a first, setting a new standard of excellence.  

Male Athlete: Evan Huber, Gymnastics Nova Scotia Athlete 

Achievements: Evan’s selection by Team Canada to compete at the 2024 Pan American Championships in Junior Men’s Artistic Gymnastics was a testament to his exceptional skills. As the top Canadian All-rounder for the four-member Junior Team, he played a pivotal role in leading the team to a near podium finish. Evan’s performance in the event finals, where he executed the most difficult Vaults in the competition to finish 4th, further showcased his talent and dedication to the sport.  

Coach: Lindsay Bowie, Antigonish Minor Softball Association Coach 

Achievements: Lindsay has been integral to the revival of female fastpitch in Antigonish. Since being involved with the Antigonish Minor Softball Association, female enrolment numbers continue to grow. Lindsay not only dedicates her time to competitive fast pitch, but is also involved with Challenger baseball, is a slow pitch coach for a local school, and coaches a boy’s house league team. She constantly promotes fair play and inclusion while dedicating her spare time to improving athletes’ skill sets and ensuring they give back to the community. Lindsay tirelessly gives herself to the sport of softball, which is the reason females in the Antigonish area have a place to play or develop.  

Volunteer: Jill MacDonald, Golf Nova Scotia Volunteer 

Achievements: Jill is a dedicated volunteer for Golf Nova Scotia. She has been a board member since 2022, serving as second Vice President and chairing the Equity Diversity, Inclusion and Accessibility committee. She has worked to raise awareness of adaptive golf and make golf courses more accessible. Jill worked alongside Golf NS to launch a six-week Adaptive Golf Program to encourage more residents with disabilities to go golfing.  

Sport Nova Scotia is a voice for amateur sport that promotes the benefits of health, personal development and achievement of all participants. Sport Nova Scotia is a non-profit, non-government organization representing approximately 60 provincial sport organizations and more than 160,000 member Nova Scotians.    

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