Alexander Denny Alexander Denny was appointed
the lifelong Kji-keptin of the
Sante’Mawiomi in 1966. He was an
outstanding athlete and was
involved in football, baseball,
basketball and hockey. He left
behind a legacy of language
preservation and higher
education.
Inducted 2017
Charlie Peter Googoo Charlie Peter Googoo, inducted in
2017 as a Builder, in recognition of
the time he spent organizing
and fundraising for sporting venues
and the athletes of Wagmatcook
First Nation was an advocate
for youth activities throughout
his lifetime as a councillor,
coach, and coordinator.
Inducted 2017
Noel Paul Noel Paul (1904-1984), was
inducted to the Mi'Kmaq Sports Hall
of Fame in 2017 in recognition of
his outstanding achievements in
long distance and marathon
running.

In 1932, he ran the Boston Marathon,
and in 1933, he won the
Cape Breton Marathon.
Inducted 2017

Mi’kmaq Sports Hall of Fame

The Mi’kmaq Sport and Recreation Council hosted the inaugural Aboriginal Sport Hall of Fame in 2016 to ensure recognition of outstanding sport accomplishments and achievements by Nova Scotian Mi’kmaw.

Our goal is to enhance the awareness and importance of the historical and cultural component of sport within the Aboriginal community of Nova Scotia and recognize and celebrate outstanding sport achievements and contributions of Nova Scotia Aboriginals.

Mi’kmaq Sports Hall of Fame