About The Club

McGill Olympic Club

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We are an open university and community based track and field club.  We serve students and greater Montreal area athletes ranging in age from 9 to Masters, who wish to train and or compete under the guidance of experienced coaches in all disciplines of track and field. Whether your goal is to become a top level athlete or simply to fulfill personal goals of a non-competitive nature, we can help you to maximize your potential.

For more information, please refer to the McGill Olympic Club Brochure [.pdf]

Want to meet like-minded students and go out for recreational runs with them? Join our friends at McRUN and get involved in the McGill running community!

How We Operate

Our mission is to provide a medium for developing youngsters, McGill students, staff and the Montreal community at large in the sport of track and field. We are affiliated with the governing body of track and field in the country, Athletics Canada, through our provincial branch, the Federation Quebecoise d’Athletisme.

Athletes will be able to compete in local, national and international competitions based on performance criteria. The club is also for those who wish to have a group to train with while being instructed on the technical and theoretical aspects of training so as to have a better experience in their chosen discipline(s).

Through our coaching staff we introduce athletes to technique and skill development in the proper mechanics of running. Athletes are grouped based on ability and are elevated depending on the pace of their progress.

Memberships are available on a seasonal (fall, winter, summer) or annual and can be purchased at the McGill Sports Complex.

McGill Olympic Club merges with Montreal Endurance

Practice Times & Areas

There is a group that meets on Monday and Wednesday at 5:30pm and another group that meets on Tuesday and Thursday at 5:30pm. Both groups meet together on Saturday morning for a long run. The distance group meets at the east end of Molson Stadium in the fall and winter, and on the stadium track in spring and summer.

Power group athletes (sprinters, jumpers and throwers) meet Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 5:00pm to 7:30pm. All our training sessions takes place at one of the venues in and around the McGill Sports Complex, which includes a 200m indoor track, a 400m outdoor track, weight training facilities last but not least Mt. Royal Park, where many champions have been built.

Registration

You can sign-up at the McGill Sports Complex however, you will need to contact the manager of the program, Dennis Barrett. Email: dennis.barrett@mcgill.ca Phone: 514-398-7000 ext 01646

ENGLISH/FRANCAIS

MOC Registration Form | MOC Formulaire d'inscription

For the moment, please download, save, and email the completed document back to Dennis Barrett

Contact Us

For more information, feel free to email Dennis Barrett