Sports & Recreation

As a community outreach initiative, the Athletics Department asked both staff and students to donate any gently used shoes. This year 22 pairs of shoes were donated which will be turned over to the running room who will give them to the local Boys and Girls club of Canada.



Anyone for a run around Fort Henry?

Ex-Cadet weekend at the end of September will include a fun run around Fort Henry for Old Brigade members, other ex-cadets and present-day cadets.

In essence this is a re-creation of the Cadet Wing Harriers Race including members of all elements of the college student body, past and present. The plan is to start from the College Parade Square at 1500 hours on Saturday, September 28, and run completely around the Fort Henry Hill before returning to the parade square with smiles on our faces.

Ex-cadets of classes having reunions this year, from recent grads to Old Brigaders, are particularly invited to join the run. If any of the classes wish to gather a group together from their year for the run, that would be even better. And, of course, present-day cadets are welcome too. The college’s Harriers teams – both male and female – have already agreed to participate.

If the younger groups want to make a bit of a race of it, they are welcome to do so, but the Old Brigade members will not be racing – the completion of the run will be reward enough. Afterwards, all participants will be invited to a nearby mess to quench their thirst and celebrate the comradeship that is such a great part of the college experience.

The run has been going on for several years now, and we hope to have 30 or more runners – both older and younger – join us. Anyone interested in participating is requested to contact the organizer, 6891 Bill Aikman at [email protected] to confirm arrangements.



RMC-CMR Logo OUA Logo CIS Logo
Men’s and Women’s Fencing OUA – Fencing
Hockey OUA- Hockey CIS – Hockey
Rugby OUA – Men’s Rugby
Men’s Soccer OUA – Men’s Soccer CIS – Men’s Soccer
Women’s Soccer OUA – Women’s Soccer CIS -Women’s Soccer
Men’s Volleyball OUA – Men’s Volleyball CIS – Men’s Volleyball
Women’s Volleyball OUA – Women’s Volleyball CIS – Women’s Volleyball


Recent Results:

Soccer (M)

Sept 14th – RMC 0 vs Nipissing 1Game Summary

Sept 15th – RMC 0 vs Laurentian 1 Game Summary

Soccer (W)

Sept 14th – RMC 2 vs Nipissing 2 Game Summary

Sept 15th – RMC 0 vs Laurentian 3 Game Summary


Sept 14th – RMC 5 vs Queen’s 4 Shootout Exhibition


Sept 15th – RMC 13  vs McMaster 22 Game Summary

Upcoming Games:

Soccer (M)

Sept 21st – U of Toronto vs RMC @RMC 3:15pm

Sept 22nd – Ryerson vs RMC @RMC 3:15pm

Soccer (W)

Sept 21st – U of Toronto vs RMC @RMC 1:00pm

Sept 22nd – Ryerson vs RMC @RMC 1:00pm


Sept 21st – York vs RMC @CFB BORDEN (Andy Anderson Arena) 7:00pm (exhib) 


Sept 21st – Queen’s vs RMC @RMC 3:00pm  


RMC Triathalon Club

On Saturday morning, September 7th, NCdt Nicholas Lightbody, NCdt Iain Wilson, OCdt Andrew Scott, OCdt Michelle Bégin-Major, and LCdr Doug Poucher we getting geared up and ready to compete in the Esprit Ironman, Olympic Duathlon, and Sprint Duathlon in Montreal, QC.

I turned out to be a very successful day for the RMC Triathlon club! In the Olympic Duathlon, NCdt Wilson won his age group with a time of 2:07:50 making him 18th overall. OCdt Bégin-Major claimed 3rd in her age group with a time of 2:23:34 making her 8th woman overall. In the Sprint Duathlon, first timer OCdt Scott had a good race with a finishing time of 1:38:15. Veteran, LCdr Poucher dominated his age group with a time of 1:16:25. RMC’s new rookie Ironman, NCdt Lightbody completed the incredible 3.8K swim, 180K bike, and marathon run in 11:40:01.

Overall, the event was a great success for the club. Wrapping up the multisport season, these athletes are now looking towards the start of their next season with more experience and much anticipation.

Samedi matin, le 7 septembre, Aspm Nicholas Lightbody, Aspm Iain Wilson, Élof Andrew Scott, Élof Michelle Bégin-Major et Capc Doug Poucher se préparaient pour faire compétition dans le Ironman, Duathlon olympique et Duathlon sprint d’Esprit à Montreal, QC.

Ce fut une journée remplie de succès pour le Club de triathlon du CMR! Dans le duathlon olympique, Aspm Wilson à gagné son groupe d’âge avec un temps de 2:07:50 le rendant 18ème de toute la course. Élof Bégin-Major a fini 3ème dans son groupe d’âge avec un temps de 2:23:34 la rendant 8ième des femmes. Au duathlon sprint, le débutant Élof Scott eu une bonne course avec un temps de 1:38:15 tandis que le vétéran, Capc Poucher domina son groupe d’âge avec un temps de 1:16:25. Le nouveau « Ironman » du collège, Aspm Lightbody a complèté l’incroyable 3.8km de nage, 180km de vélo et le marathon en 11:40:01.

En tout, l’évènement fut un grand succès pour le club. Terminant la saison compétitive 2013, ces athlètes se préparent pour le début de la prochaine saison avec plus d’expérience et beaucoup d’anticipation. 


RMCC place 6 in the top 20 at Petawawa Ironman

Congratulations to the RMCC 10 person team at the Petawawa Ironman last week in Petawawa.

Ncdt (Go Navy!) Adrian Thow – 5th; Ocdt J-F Lizée – 6th; Ocdt Guillaume Lesssard – 10th;

Ocdt Connor Hunerfauth – 14th; Ocdt Raphael Wiesenberg – 15th; Ocdt Pier-Karl Marchildon – 18th;

Ocdt Stanley Bennett – 27th; Ocdt Andrew Legge – 59th ; Ocdt Charlotte Raymond – 72nd; Ocdt Megan Couto – 85th

Click here for final results for all competitors


The RMCC sailing team participated in the Mcgill invitational this weekend at the Royal St-lawrence yacht club in montreal and after 2 days and 10 races, our A team placed 3rd and our B team placed 6th. This was the first Canadian intercollegiate sailing association (CICSA) event for our newly selected racing team this year.

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