Titanium Energy Services is proud to announce that we have teamed up with Special Olympics and are sponsoring 7 Elite athletes on their upcoming journey to the 2020 special Olympic Games in Thunder Bay Ontario
Special Olympics Athlete: Madalyn Gramiak
Madalyn chose her sport cause likes going fast and snowboarding is fun. She hopes to compete in the National Special Olympic games and win a medal in her sport. Madalyn needs appreciates the support, encouragement and transportation of her parents to achieve her goals. She take the time to listen to her coach and knows it takes a lot of time to get better. Madalyn favors apples in her diet because they makes her feel vibrant and energetic.
Special Olympics Athlete: Jordan Vassell
Sport: Cross-Country Skiing
Jordan has been an active Special Olympic Athlete since the age of 10. Jordan participates in Cross-Country Skiing, Bocce Ball, Soccer, Bowling Power Lifting, Track & Field, Equestrian, Swimming and Rowing. He is also a singer; he was asked to sing the National Anthem in the 2017 Special Olympic Games opening ceremony. Jordan work has worked part-time since he was n grade 10. His next goal is to get his driver’s license to he can buy his own car
Joran loves being outside participating in all sports that keep him active and follows a diet of vegetables, protein, carb and water to achieve his goals.
Jordan appreciates all the support he receives from his parents and works hard in all of his sports because it is important for him to accomplish his goals for the opportunity to compete in the world games.
Special Olympics Athlete: Dylan Dovell
Sport: Cross Country Skiing
Dylan has been involved with Special Olympics for the past 6 years. He has played a majority of the Special Olympics sports; Cross-Country Skiing, Snowshoeing, Floor Hockey, Swimming, Bowling, Basketball, Soccer, Golf, Bocce Ball and Softball. He enjoys watch and playing sports. Dylan loves to travel and going on missionary trips with his church. He also loves spending time with family and friends, and attending social events. One thing that people might not know about Dylan, is that he enjoys the arts. He attends plays/musicals and music events.
Dylan likes to be active outdoors and wanted to try something new to increase his fitness in order to win medal at National Sport Events. Dylan focuses on his training and his diet of fruits and vegetables, truly appreciates the support and guidance of his parents, but most of all to him is important to have fun.
Special Olympics Athlete: Gregg Donaldson
Sport: Snow Shoeing
2020 Marks Greg’s second appearance at the National Winter Games. His path back to the games went through Regina for Provincials. Gregg feel proud to snowshoe wearing the Saskatchewan colors.
Gregg enjoys exercising in the winter months in a sport that allows him to be around his friends. Gregg is prepared to train hard to do very well at the Nationals so he can achieve an invite go to the World Games. He hopes his parent will cheer him on as they watch him in his snow shoe races.
His favorite meal of pasta & meatballs give him the vibrancy, energy and endurance he requires for him to do well in is sport
“Thanks to all my coaches for getting me to Nationals again. I am very excited to be flying with the team to Thunder Bay. I am looking forward to things in Thunder Bay like the ceremonies, making new friends and the dance. Special Olympics has given me a chance to be a team member. My training is hard and I want to try my best in Thunder Bay. I will cheer on my teammates. I am looking forward to Thunder Bay.” – Gregg Donaldson
Special Olympics Athlete: Jordan Blomme
Sport: Cross Country Skiing
Jordan has been involved in Special Olympics Cross Country Skiing for 2 years. Jordan has also competed in both the 2012 & 2016 Special Olympic National Games the sport of snowshoeing. This is her first time competing at the National Games in the sport of cross country skiing. Jordan is very active in the Special Olympics participating in snow shoeing, bowling, bocce, equestrian and athletics. The Special Olympics give Jordan an opportunity to meet new people and participate in new sports.
Jordan is working on a technique to push bot poles at the same time to increase her speed. She works hard for as long as it takes to succeed. Her parents support and coaching are the things that she appreciates and help her to get the most out of her sport.
Jordan enjoys cooking and baking, and is very good at it. Her diet includes nuts and berries to give her the vibrancy and energy she needs to “Just Keep Going!” Jordan loves working part-time at the Saskatoon City Hall, in a job she has held for the last 13 years. One of Jordan favorite things to do is to help take care of her two year old niece.
Special Olympics Athlete: Jordan Stevenson
Sport: Speed Skating
Jordan Stevenson is a kind and warm young man with a great sense of humor. But don’t let his gentle demeanor fool you; he’s a focused and fierce competitor that refuses to let up. He is passionate about speed skating and cycling and cycling, and he is a force to be reckoned with.
Jordan sister was involved with Speed Skating and the sport caught Jordan attention. The sport allow Jordan to de-stress after a long day. Jordan appreciates the support and encouragement from his parents including transportation to events and training.
Jordan wants to be able to inspire people and teach them the sport of speed skating. At this stage, Jordan says it is more important for him to meet people and have fun while competing, rather than achieving goals of winning in his sport and receiving medals. However, He is prepared to give the sport everything he’s got by working hard and being passionate & polite.
Special Olympics Athlete: Ron Brandt
Sport: Snow Shoeing
Ron enjoys snowshoeing and competing in the Special Olympics. He loves being able to travel and see new places and meet new people. His favorite memories of snowshoeing are competing in the Nation Games in Newfoundland in 2016 and meeting Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and competing in the World Games in Austria in 2017 where he won gold & silver medals.
Ron likes to out with any Special Olympic fundraising that goes on during the year. He likes competing with his teammates and cheering them on.
Titanium Energy Services New Year Resolution Challenge!
Mission : Improvement in all we do!
Titanium Half Marathon. 5km -10km
June 6, 2020 with Pure Revival at Bud Miller All Season Park.
Annual Half Marathon
Titanium Energy safety Leadership Awards for 2019
Cory Potter, COO, presents 5 year Service Award to Devon Theissen, Coiled Tubing Supervisor
Colin Waterman, HSE & Compliance Manager, and Haley Sagen, Transportation Compliance Administrator present Safety Leadership Recognition Reward and $2500 Travel Voucher to Peter Liwij, Coiled Tubing Operator
Team Titanium Local Heros
Izzy then Abby Sebree Story
“Proud Sponsor for Izzy Sebree World of Kickboxing Gold Medal Winner at the WKA Nationals”
Abby Sebree had to beat 2 competitors in a heavier division winning 2 fights and losing a split decision to become WKU Light Contact & Low Kick National Champ of her division at the Calgary March 2019 Nationals. With these wins Abby Sebree qualified for the World Championships in Austria.
Abby Sebree took WKA National Championship; Kick Boxing Champion Title; beating 3 competitors in her division. Win this prestigious title, Abby Sebree also qualified to compete in the WKA Pacific Championship in Thailand and the WKA World Championship in Poland
Team Titanium Local Heros
“Proud Sponsor for Abby Sebree World of Kickboxing Gold Medal Winner at the WKA Nationals”
Izzy Sebree had to beat 3 competitors in both her divisions winning to become WKU Light Contact & Low Kick National Champ of her division at the Calgary March 2019 Nationals. With these wins Izzy Sebree qualified for the World Championships in Austria.
Izzy Sebree took WKA National Championship; Kick Boxing Champion Title; beating 4 competitors in her division. Win this prestigious title, Izzy Sebree also qualified to compete in the WKA Pacific Championship in Thailand and the WKA World Championship in Poland
Team Titanium Local Heros
The Kindersley Initiation Titanium Thunder’s Year In Review;
We played a total of 22 games. With 16 wins, 1 tie and 5 losses. We are headed to Recliff, AB this weekend for a hockey tournament where will play three games and wind up our season! Kiddos have learned so much from start of year until now! Thanks to our coaches! It’s been a great season for kiddos, parents, coaches
Media News Events
Titanium Proudly announces acquisition of Conquest Coil Tubing Partnership.
“This acquisition will provide Titanium a stronger presence in our core areas, while allowing our existing services the opportunity to grow in emerging markets. Conquest’s strong customer base will add depth to our expanding fleet,”
Pat Potter; Titanium’s Chief Executive Officer.
“We are proud of what we have built at Conquest, and look forward to working with Titanium’s management team. I feel the increased structure within Titanium will be a welcome and positive change.” Steve Reid; President of Conquest Coil Tubing Partnership
Fort Mac Donations
We would like to say a very heartfelt thank you to the following companies who have donated food, water and supplies to the Fort Mac evacuees.
Excel Oil & Water Hauling
L & L Oilfielf
Double Edge Rentals
Bravo Target Safety
3 Guys Truck Wash
Frank Henry Equipment
Bob Jack’s Sheet Metal
McCaw Funeral Home
Renown Downhole Solutions
Quik Pick Waste Disposal
R’ohan Well Services
Spectra Oilfield Services
Dekker Oilfield Services
Keep On Truckin
and to all of the individuals, young and old, who came by to make additional donations.