Thousands cheer Roughriders' Grey Cup win at parade, rally
How cool was this? Thousands of fans braved chilly weather to attend a parade and a rally Tuesday at the Saskatchewan legislature.

Thousands cheer Roughriders' Grey Cup win at parade, rally

Triumphant Riders hoist Cup from balcony at Legislative Building

Posted:Nov 26, 2013 11:44 AM CT

Last Updated:Nov 26, 2013 3:53 PM CT

Thousands attended a rally at the legislature to celebrate the Roughriders' Grey Cup win.

Thousands attended a rally at the legislature to celebrate the Roughriders' Grey Cup win. Stefani Langenegger/CBC

How cool was this? Thousands of fans braved chilly weather to attend a parade and a rally today at the Saskatchewan legislature.

The guests of honour were none other than the Saskatchewan Roughriders, who won the Grey Cup Sunday with a 45-23 victory over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.

'There's no better feeling than to have won this Grey Cup right here in Saskatchewan where it belongs.'- Riders quarterback Darian Durant

The celebration began with a parade of team members along the 'Green Mile' on Albert Street and ended with a gigantic rally in front of the Legislative Building.

From the balcony of the building, players took turns hoisting the silver Cup over their heads.

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Thousands of Saskatchewan Roughriders fans braved sub-zero temperatures to cheer on their team at the provincial legislature on Tuesday. (Stefani Langenegger/CBC)

"We had a lot of ups and down this season but you know, we stuck together, you guys," quarterback Darian Durant told the cheering throng.

"And now this is the ultimate reward at the end of the day. There's no better feeling than to have won this Grey Cup right here in Saskatchewan where it belongs."

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