The Sports Hall of Fame honours U of T's greatest athletes, teams and builders. It was established in 1987 as part of an ongoing effort to preserve and display the records relating to the outstanding historical tradition of athletic, academic and community leadership fostered by the University of Toronto.

The Sports Hall of Fame is administered by the Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education with the assistance of the T-Holders' Association. Inductees are selected annually by the Hall of Fame Selection Committee. The permanent Hall of Fame display is located in the A. Gordon Stollery Atrium of the Goldring Centre for High Performance Sport, located at 100 Devonshire Place. In 2015, a new digital interactive display was launched to honour Hall of Fame inductees and this website is the online version of that display. Thank you for visiting.

The U of T Sports Hall of Fame annual induction ceremony and the production of this display are made possible by the generous support of our donors. Thank you. The Hall of Fame also acknowledges Helen Gurney who made the permanent display possible with a lead donation. She also played a crucial role in the establishment of the Hall of Fame in 1987.

Questions or comments? Please send them to alumni.kpe@utoronto.ca. To read more about the nomination process and selection criteria, visit the Faculty website.