Events: Sports, fitness, and recreation

Track & Field

McGill Track and Field athletes have competed at provincial, national, world-class and Olympic levels since the turn of the nineteenth century! Check out their impressive performances in one of the world's oldest sports.

Volleyball

The McGill Volleyball Varsity Student-Athletes are lightning-fast on the court, delivering exciting matches that showcase agility, teamwork, and physical power.

Alpine Ski

The men and women of the McGill University Alpine Ski Team race down the slopes of some of the loveliest mountains in Quebec. Enjoy a day at the slopes without sore legs or lift ticket fees!

Badminton

The McGill Redmen and Martlets badminton teams excel on the court, exhibiting the high level of technical skill that the game requires and delivering fast-paced action. These are nothing like friendly backyard games!

Golf

If you favor games of precision and careful judgement that leave the grass (mostly) intact, this one’s for you. See the McGill men and women compete on some of Quebec and Ontario's loveliest courses.

Men’s Rugby

With several players named as conference all-stars in the Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec, McGill’s Redmen Rugby team plays hard and consistently delivers.

Rowing

The McGill Varsity Rowing team proudly holds its own in competition with university programs from across Canada during a short and demanding fall season.

Baseball

With powerful hitters and a recent history of edge-of-your-seat Canadian Collegiate Baseball Association (CCBA) National Championship wins, this is one team you won’t want to miss.

Lacrosse

Enjoy the thrills of one of our region's oldest sports as played by McGill’s up-and-coming Canadian University Field Lacrosse Association (CUFLA) team.

Artistic Swimming

McGill Synchro has proven to be a dominant force in the Canadian Synchronized Swimming League. The team’s passion and dedication shines through in graceful, high-points performances.

Youth Aikido Program

The Youth Aikido program introduces children aged 8 to 15 to the Japanese martial art. Aikido promotes an attitude of calm and control in aggressive situations, allowing its practitioners to respond with respect and harmony.

Learn to Swim Program

Student teachers from McGill’s exceptional swimming program provide year-round courses for children aged 3-14 years. Participants follow the Olympic Way curriculum for development of skills required for the front crawl, back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.