UCAC Coaches

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

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Membership Info

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

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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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Welcome

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 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 and national events. We host specific training groups for jumps, throws, sprints and distance events.

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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Membership and Programs

UCAC provides training and competition opportunities in all athletics events for athletes aged 14 and older. Dino Youth is run in partnership with Dinos Athletic Program at the University of Calgary.

Membership Info

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

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UCAC Youth

Dino Youth

Program Information & Session Schedules (as of August 9, 2021) Fall registration is now available […]

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Dino Open

Varsity

This page provides resources for members of the University of Calgary Cross Country & Track […]

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Blast from the past

Blast from the past - Cross Country Team

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