London is home to Boler Mountain, the Southern-most ski hill in Canada, which also features the Treetop Adventure Park, once rated the #1 attraction in London by TripAdvisor.
Labatt Memorial Park, home to the London Majors Baseball Club, is the world’s oldest continuously operating ballpark.
Labatt Memorial Park
Western University has a very strong varsity athletics program. The squash team has won 33 consecutive championships, cheerleading has won 30 of the past 31 national championships, and football has won 30 OUA championships more than any other school.
The Western Fair Raceway is fully operational year round featuring simulcast and live harness racing. The grounds also includes a slots casino, an agriplex, and a four-pad sports arena known as the #1 tournament venue in all of Southwestern Ontario.
Western Fair Raceway
The London Knights are one of the most successful franchises in the Canadian Hockey League and have produced a number of notable NHL players including Brendan Shanahan, Daryl Sittler, Nazem Kadri, Patrick Kane, Rick Nash and Corey Perry.
The London Knights
London born decathlete Damian Warner won a gold medal at the 2015 Pan Am Games in Toronto and a bronze medal at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio.
London has hosted a variety of internationally recognized events including the 2013 ISU World Figure Skating Championships, 2011 World Sledge Hockey Championships and the 2006 World Field Lacrosse Championships.
2013 ISU World Figure Skating Championships
The Forest City Velodrome is one of only three indoor cycling facilities in Ontario, and one of five in North America.
Forest City Velodrome