Membership Information and Registration

UCAC provides training and competition opportunities in all athletics events for athletes aged 14 and […]

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UCAC coaches assist athletes in developing to their full potential. They are responsible for training […]

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Volunteer Opportunities

Athletics Alberta requires club members to work a minimum of 12 volunteer hours in the […]

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The University of Calgary Athletics Club (UCAC) has its roots as a Calgary track and field club for university athletes during the summer break. It developed and grew to become a highly successful track & field club in Alberta, supporting varsity athletes and high performing runners in Calgary.

UCAC is committed to providing opportunities for competition and development to their athletes, coaches and volunteers, ensuring they may achieve personal levels of excellence in athletics.

UCAC provides opportunities for athletes ranging from 14 years of age to masters for high performance training and competition at provincial, varsity, national and international events. We host specific training groups for Jumps, Throws, Sprints & Hurdles, Combined Events and Distance. Take a look at UCAC Training Groups.

UCAC offers a free two-week trial to athletes aged 14 years and older interested in track and field or cross country.

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Training Groups and our Major Fundraisers.

UCAC provides training and competition opportunities in all athletics events for athletes aged 14 and older and fundraising programs to help offset the membership cost.

Training Groups

UCAC offers comprehensive track and field training with NCCP certified coaches. View the events below […]


Casino Info

UCAC Casino March 15-16, 2024 This is a major fund-raiser both for the club and […]

Bingo Barn

Bingo Info

Members accounts are credited up to $75 per bingo shift, which can be put toward […]



Blast from the Past

Blast from the past
Left to right: Doug Lamont, Bob Baxendale, unnamed, unnamed, Richard Arsenault, Jerry O’Brien, Rick Frey, Coach Doug Kyle