Important update: OCTOBER 14, 2020
With preliminary findings from the investigation into the mechanical issue at the Olympic Oval, we are working closely with our valued partners and suppliers on a remediation plan to source the equipment necessary to reinstall the ice and resume operations. At this time, we anticipate that the earliest ice availability will be late January, with updates on that timeline coming as progress is made.
The Oval recognizes that this has a significant impact to high-performance athletes and the public. Please know that we are working extremely hard to repair the issue.
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The Oval is an important and integral part of the Faculty of Kinesiology. As a direct result of the 1988 Olympics, we have superb, world-class training facilities for coaches and athletes at the community, varsity and Olympic level and we are able to create an excellent environment for research and learning.
Dr. Penny Werthner, PhD
Dean of the Faculty of Kinesiology, The University of Calgary