Triathlete Milos Kostic named to 2015 Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame
The Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame has announced a list of five individuals and two teams that will be inducted in June, 2015. The inductees include triathlete Milos Kostic who has nine straight world championship titles in Kona, winning the 65 to 69 age group every time he competed and he has been continuing to win in the 70 to 74 category. In 2013 he took both the Ironman and Ironman 70.3 title in his division and was TMC’s 2013 triathlete of the year.
Kostic will be honoured alongside fellow Athletes Cliff Koroll (hockey), Jason Parker (speed skating), and community builders Sharon Tkachuk (athletics) and Dick White (multi-sport). The two teams that will be inducted are the 1985 Hardy Cup Champion Moose Jaw Generals AA Senior Men’s Hockey Team and the 2009 World Senior Men’s Curling Champion rink skipped by Eugene Hritzuk.
Kostic was the first triathlete ever inducted into the Regina Sports Hall of Fame when he was given that honour in 2014. It’s clear that age for Kostic is just a number as he is showing no signs of slowing down.