Rugby and the name Karl Fix are synonymous in the Province of Saskatchewan. Karl Fix has been at the heart of
almost every program's beginning and success over the past 30-40 years. The meetings, planning, sponsors, recruiting, players, coaches, managers, caterers, and even mascots with fire coming out of their heads! The best thing about Karl is his ability to bring people together. For many years he has lead several tours across the world creating endless experiences for so many that are involved, and it is those experiences that have ultimately made us fall in love with this great game. As his beloved Dog River Howlers Rugby Club slogan goes "It's more than a game, it's a way of life!"
It's an honour for The University of Regina Rugby Program to name their Tournament Championship Men's 7's Trophy after this great man The "Karl Fix Cup," which will be awarded this weekend at their annual Cougar Rugby Tournament in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.
"Thank you for the recognition, and it is without a question this tournament is a vital pathway for the development of young prairie rugby players no different than other sports that are already part of the various university sports competitions."
- Karl Fix
Karl Fix Rugby Story Includes:
Saskatoon Gophers, Langley RFC, Surrey Beavers , Campion Grads , Regina Rogues (Founding Member), including 7 years on The Saskatchewan Provincial Team.
Le Boldus High School
Sask U17 men
Sask U19 men
Sask U23 men
Sask Senior Team Men
President Regina Rugby Union
Sask Rugby board
VP Rugby Canada
Rugby Canada director of junior teams
One of the founders of The Rugby Canada Super League
GM of the Prairie Fire of the Rugby Canada Super League
Founder of Dig River Howlers RFC that have had some 500 men and women from some 12 countries play with them an participate in over 40 tournaments in 7 countries over 10 years. Howlers have have been part of raising 2 million dollars for numerous rugby and non rugby worthy causes .
Creator & Founder of Ultra 7's
The "Karl Fix Cup" was generously hand crafted by Assistant Coach Brett Kannenberg (owner of Kannwood Timberworks) & sponsored by Liquid Stone and MacDowellRugby