Quick Links

Athletics news

July 1 Operating Hours

The McGill Sports Complex will be open July 1 from 06h30-18h00. Activities will begin 30 minutes after the building opens and end 30 minutes before the building closes.

Category :
Published on : 30 Jun 2009

Staff Fitness Continues for the Summer

The staff fitness program will continue for the summer months with a modified schedule and payment plan. Classes start the week of July 6th and continue thru July 30th. The program will operate on a pay-as-you-go basis Monday through Thursday from 12h00-12h45.

Category :
Published on : 02 Jul 2009

Revised operational hours in Client Services

Effective June 1, 2009, the Client Services office will be open from 08h30-19h00.

Category :
Published on : 26 May 2009

Memorial Pool to close for maintenance

Memorial Pool & the men's locker room under the pool will close for maintenance. MONDAY, JUNE 15 AT 14:30 HRS. AND RE-OPEN ON MONDAY, JUNE 22, 2009 AT 07:00 HRS. (additional lockers have been made available in the first floor men's locker room)

Category :
Published on : 01 Jun 2009

McGill's Sport Centre Closed Monday May 18

Please take note the McGill Sports Centre will be closed Monday May 18 due to the holiday. All indoor facilities will not be available. Molson Stadium, Forbes Field and Forbes Tennis Courts will be available regular business hours.

Category :
Published on : 14 May 2009

Staff Power Yoga Lite - Spring 2009

Please note that Staff Power Yoga lite will be held in the Activity Rm of the McGill Sports Complex (475 Pine ave) on Monday May 4 for this day only. All subsequent classes will be held in the Diocesan College located at 3473 University Street (corner Milton).

Category :
Published on : 30 Apr 2009

All You Need to Know About Athletics and Recreation

Pick up the latest copy of the Athletics magazine and find out what's happening at the gym this spring and summer. Copies are available at the Sports Complex (475 Pine Ave) and at select sites around campus. Or, click on the PDF version located on this page.

Category :
Published on : 29 Apr 2009

Sports Complex Holiday Hours

The McGill Sports Complex will be closed April 10, 12 and 13, 2009 for the Easter holiday. Normal weekend hours (09h00-21h00) will be in effect on Saturday April 11.

Category :
Published on : 09 Apr 2009

Get ready to spring into action!

The spring 2009 semester is quickly approaching and Campus Recreation, the program with something for everyone, begins registration on Monday, April 20 and continues through Friday, May 15.

Category :
Published on : 18 Mar 2009

Redmen to battle for Queen's Cup in London

The defending Queen's Cup champion hockey Redmen will attempt to retain their title in London, Ont., on Saturday (March 14), when they take on the Western Ontario Mustangs in the OUA league championship game at 7:30 p.m. in Thompson Arena.

Category :
Published on : 09 Mar 2009

McGill's varsity athletes initiate a holiday food drive

Bring a non-perishable food item to the Martlet hockey game against Ottawa on Saturday, November 29, and/or to the Martlet and Redmen basketball (Laval) and volleyball (Sherbrooke) home games on Sunday, November 30, and pay only $2.00 admission.

Published on : 28 Nov 2008

Spring 2004 Staff Fitness Program

Courses will run from the week of May 10 to the week of June 14, at a cost of $15 (taxes included) per course. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis and will take place at the Client Services Office (G-20C) of the McGill Sports Complex, 475 Pine Avenue, as follows: Monday and Wednesday courses - April 26 and 28; Tuesday and Thursday courses - April 27 and 29.

Published on : 06 Apr 2004

McGill hockey team receives million-dollar birthday gift

The McGill University men's hockey team turns 134 years old on January 31 with a memorable birthday present.

Published on : 25 Jan 2011

The Gazette: McGill Athletics Launch Shoe Recycling PR

The Gazette's Michelle Lalonde: "The only thing I resent more than paying over $100 for a decent pair of running shoes, is chucking them in the garbage after a year or so of training in them. Sure, the treads may be a little worn, but they would still be perfectly good for hiking around in. They don't belong at the dump."

Published on : 19 Apr 2010

Justin Darlington: high-flying newcomer is a slam dunk sensation

By Jim Hynes McGill track and field star Justin Darlington needs to jump seven centimetres higher if he wants to get to the next level in his sport. And while that less-than-three-inch difference can be pretty significant in a sport like high jumping, somehow it doesn’t sound like too big a stretch for the guy they [...]

Published on : 01 Apr 2010