Update: Jan. 18, 2021

The Olympic Oval suffered a significant mechanical failure in September 2020. In December 2020, we provided all stakeholders with an update stating that the earliest we could expect to have ice in the Olympic Oval would be late May 2021...

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In the News: Sportsnet

Canadian women strike gold on return to World Cup speedskating

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In the News: Rocky Mountain Outlook

Top Canuck speed skater Connor Howe aiming for top 16 at world champs

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In the News: Winnipeg Free Press

Stuck in a Heerenveen hotel Winnipeg speedskater making best of things under competition's COVID protocol

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Stuck in a Heerenveen hotel Winnipeg speedskater making best of things under competition's COVID protocol

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The Fastest Ice in the World™

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