Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre

UBC Thunderbirds ( CWUAA, since 2008)

The UBC Thunderbird Arena (or UBC Winter Sports Centre ) is a multi-purpose ice rink on the campus of the University of British Columbia in the University Endowment Lands Vancouver, whose construction began in April 2006 and was completed in summer 2008.

During the 2010 Winter Olympic Games, the arena next to the Canada Hockey Place as a second venue for the ice hockey competitions of men and women served, also the Sledge Hockey Tournaments of the 2010 Winter Paralympics were held in the Winter Sports Centre. The Arena has a total of 7,500 spectators and has three ice rinks, one of which is to be used exclusively for training purposes. The UBC Thunderbird Arena is located on the area of ​​the former Thunderbird Winter Sport Complex and is located about 13 kilometers from the Olympic village in 2010, so it was easy to get according to the organizers by public transport.

After the Olympics, the hall continued to be used by the college and club sports.

Davis Cup

The Canadian Davis Cup team has played their home games in 2012 and 2013 ( first round in 2012 and 2013 and the quarterfinals in 2013 ) in the UBC Thunderbird Arena on hard court.

Vancouver: BC Place Stadium (opening and closing ceremonies, medal ceremonies ) | Canada Hockey Place ( Hockey ) | Pacific Coliseum (Figure Skating, Short Track ) | Hillcrest Park (Curling ) | UBC Thunderbird Arena ( Hockey )

Richmond: Richmond Olympic Oval ( speed skating )

West Vancouver Cypress Mountain ( freestyle skiing, snowboarding)

Whistler: Whistler Creekside (Alpine Skiing) | Whistler Olympic Park ( biathlon, cross-country skiing, Nordic combined ) | Whistler Olympic Park Ski Jumps ( Jumping, Nordic Combined ) | Whistler Sliding Centre ( bobsleigh, luge, skeleton)

  • Hockey Stadium in Canada
  • Olympic competition venue
  • Sports hall
  • Building in Vancouver
  • Sport ( Vancouver )
  • Built in the 2000s
  • Greater Vancouver Regional District