Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame Announces Inductee Class of 2022

The Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame is pleased to announce its 2022 inductee class. Three athletes, one team and two builders will be celebrated for their outstanding contributions to Nova Scotia sport.

Olympian, Paralympian, World Champion, and Stanley-Cup winner are all accolades that can be used to describe this year’s athlete inductees, and the 2022 class will also include two incredible coaches as well as one team that achieved a trailblazing Canadian championship win.

The athletes who will be enshrined are Olympic snowboarder and Canadian Champion Sarah Conrad, NHL player and Stanley Cup winner Jon Sim, and three-time Paralympic medalist and two-time World Champion sailor Paul Tingley. The Hall will also welcome the 1994 Dalhousie Women’s CIAU-Championship-winning soccer team. In the builder category, CIAU-Championship-winning hockey coach Tom Coolen, along with Olympic paddling coach Csom Latorovszki, will also be inducted.

Induction Night 2022 will take place on Saturday, November 19 at 8pm, at the Halifax Convention Centre.

The ceremony will be hosted by long-time event emcee, Hall of Fame CEO and CBC broadcaster Bruce Rainnie, and, thanks to a continuing partnership with Eastlink Community TV, this will be the third year that the ceremony will be broadcast live.

Tickets are available for purchase now through Eventbrite here.

The full media release, including more information on the 2022 inductees, can be found here:

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