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Students practice gymnastics in the old gym c.1960s. Credit: Halkett, Bill/UVic Archives.Eli Pasquale recieves an award during the CIAU 1980-1981 Championships. In 1982, Pasquale was recognized as the B.C. University Athlete of the Year and in 1983 led Canada to a gold medal finish at the World University Games. Credit: Vikes.By 1994, UVic's Vikes Basketball men's team had won seven consecutive Canadian championships. Credit: Curtis Studio.Vikes Women's Field Hockey team, 1981-1982. Credit: Vikes.The Vikes Men's Basketball team celebrate their first CIAU Basketball Championship for the University in 1979-1980. Credit: Vikes.Vikes Men's Basketball team bring home the second CIAU national championship in 1980-1981. Credit: Vikes.Brian Walsh, head coach of Vikes Men's Soccer team which went on to win the CIAU championships in 1975 and 1987. The 1975 team won UVic’s first ever CIAU Championship. Credit: Vikes.Dave Ross, Grant Main, Kevin Neufeld from the Vikes' Men's Rowing Team represented Canada during the 1988 Olympics in Seoul in the Canadian men's eights team. Credit: Vikes.Vikes basketball player Robbie Parris. In 1979, Robbie was selected as a CIAU First Team All-Canadian and a First Team All-Star at the CIAU Championship Tournament. Credit: Vikes.Eli Pasquale leaps to shoot during a 1981-1982 Vikes game. Credit: Vikes.Eli Pasquale, Vikes Basketball star representing Canada during the 1984 Olympics. Credit: Vikes.Vikes Women's Basketball team celebrate winning the 1986-1987 CIAU national championship. Credit: Vikes.The Vikes Women's Basketball team won the 1980-81 CIAU Basketball Championship. Credit: Vikes.The Vikes Women's Basketball team with coach Kathy Shields after they won the 1979-80 CIAU Basketball Championship. Credit: Vikes.Two Vikes Soccer players, Dan Lomas and Daryl Hooker, collide during a match in the 1970s. Credit: Vikes.Debbie Scott raced Cross-Country/Track for UVic. Scott became one of the greatest female middle-distance runners in Canadian cross-country, road and track running history. Credit: Vikes.The Vikings mascot Thor. Credit: Vikes.Ken Shields, who coached Vikes Men's Basketball team for thirteen seasons and Kathy Shields, who coached an unprecedented eight Vikes Women's Basketball national championship teams. Credit: Vikes.Ken Shields, coach of Vikes Men's Basketball team with Kelly Dukeshire forward on the 1988-1989 team. Credit: Vikes.Coach Ken Shields and assistant coach Joe Weisbrodt during a tense moment in the basketball season 1988-1989. Credit: Vikes.Vikes Men's Basketball team win the 2005-06 Canada West Conference Championship. Credit: Vikes.Vikes Men's Soccer team celebrate winning the 1996-1997 Canada West Conference Championship. Credit: Vikes.Silken Laumann rowed for Vikes and is pictured celebrating her bronze medal win in the 1x rowing event at the 1992 Olympic games in Barcelona. Only ten weeks before the games, Laumann had been involved in a devastating rowing accident but was determined to race and won the bronze. Credit: Vikes.Low was a member of Vikes Women's Field Hockey from 1987-1991. Low was a fantastic forward and helped the team win three national championships in 1987, 1989 and 1992. Credit: Vikes.The Brown Cup is modeled after the historic Oxford/Cambridge Boat Race. This picture shows the Vikes's winning men's and women's teams of the Brown Cup, 1998-1999. Credit: Vikes.Team members Debbie Scott, Anne Harrison, Debbie Campbell and Maeve Lydon from the Vikes Women's Cross-Country team. Credit: Vikes.Vikes Women's Cross-Country team win the 2000 CIAU Cross-Country Championship. Credit: Vikes.Jon Kelly, one Vikes most successful swimmers. In 1986, Jon won three gold medals and one silver at the CIAU swim championships. For this achievement, Wallace was named the 1986 Canadian University Swimmer of the Year. Credit: Vikes.Pamela Leila Rai set five Canadian University records and was named the 1985 Canadian University Swimmer of the Year while swimming for Vikes. Credit: Vikes.Vikes Women's Basketball team celebrate winning the 1997-1998 CIAU national championship. Credit: Vikes.
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