Niagara will welcome more than 5,000 young Canadian athletes competing at the 2022 Canada Summer Games. All 18 hosting venues across the region are looking forward to the excitement event in 2022.
Brock Sport Facilities, St. Catharines
Brock University has a number of artistic athletic facilities. The 50-metre Olympic-size pool Eleanor Misener Aquatic Centre, which is the largest swimming facility in the region of Niagara, is named after the late Eleanor Misener, founder of the St. Catharines chapter of the Multiple Sclerosis Society and a local advocate for accessible exercise facilities. The complex has hosted numerous events and also features one artificial turf field, Alumni Field, and two grass fields, which will host Rugby Sevens at the 2022 Games, the first inclusion of Rugby in the event.
Brock University, St. Catharines
Brock University will host the Cycling Criterium. The cycling course will run around the roundabout central to St. Catharines campus of Brock University. With a short loop and curved corners, this course will offer a fast speed race in the center of the Athlete’s Village.
Buffalo Canoe Club, Ridgeway
Located in the City of Fort Erie, the Buffalo Canoe Club was established by a small group of canoeists in 1882. Situated uniquely on the shores of Abino Bay of Lake Erie, the most recent boathouse of the club opened in 1994. During the summer, sailing races dominate the bay and members flock to the club to join the acitivities.
Canada Games Park, Thorold
Located at Brock University, south of the main campus, Canada Games Park is a legacy project for Niagara 2022 Canada Summer Games. The facility has a Sport and Abilities Centre indoors including two ice pads, a 200m track, a Para-Sport gymnasium with four courts, and a Health and Wellbeing Centre. There are also six beach volleyball courts and an athletics facility outdoors.