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Storm the Wall Registration Now Open!

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Upcoming Road Closures for UBC Tri Du | Mar 5

Upcoming Road Closures for UBC Tri Du | Mar 5

Road Closures – March 5, 2022

Upcoming on Saturday, March 5, the annual UBC Triathlon Duathlon will be taking place on campus. To support the course of this event, some significant road closures will be in place from 4:00AM-4:00PM on

HPC-Vancouver welcomes new coaches

Visitors to the UBC Aquatic Centre may see a new faces on-deck in support of Swimming Canada’s High Performance Centre – Vancouver program and athletes.

On behalf of UBC, facility staff share a warm welcome to the following:  (Jan. 27,

UBC Future Global Leaders

UBC Future Global Leaders

Scheduled Online Login Maintenance | Feb 24, 8-10pm

UBC Recreation’s online login portal will be undergoing maintenance on Thursday, February 24, 2022 from 8:00-10:00pm PT. During this time, online services including course registration and facility reservations will be unavailable.…

Spring & Summer 2022 | Reg Opens Mar 1

Spring & Summer 2022 | Reg Opens Mar 1

Get ready for spring & summer 2022 programs! Registration opens on Tuesday, March 1 at 1:00 PM!

Check out the opportunities that await you, and try something new with UBC Recreation. Explore the following sections to help you plan:

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Q&A with the Move U Crew

Q&A with the Move U Crew

Ever wonder about the talented Move U Crew, who are they anyway? I could tell you but I thought it might be more interesting to hear from the Move U Crew members themselves. SO without further ado, I present to

The UBC Women’s Tennis Team Book Their Ticket to Westerns

The UBC Women’s Tennis Team Book Their Ticket to Westerns

The UBC TSC Women’s Tennis Team dominated at the 2022 BC Regionals, held on Friday, February 18th and 19th at the UBC Tennis Center. The Thunderbirds faced-off against Simon Fraser University and The University of Victoria, sweeping both matches, without