Richard Pound, the former vice-president of the International Olympic Committee and ex-president of the World Anti-Doping Agency, will be inducted into McGill University's Sports Hall of Fame.
Pound, 68, also a former chancellor of McGill, was among six people named to the hall on Monday.
The Montreal lawyer competed in swimming for Canada at the 1960 Olympics in Rome. He later joined the IOC and became the right hand man of former president Juan Antonio Samaranch. He ran unsuccessfully for IOC president in 2001, losing to Jacques Rogge. He opted not to run for another term as WADA president in 2007.
Others to be inducted are Val St. Germain, a CFL lineman with five teams over 14 seasons, distance runner Tambra Dunn, and soccer player Brian Decaire, who captained McGill to a national championship in 1981.
Also named was the 1919 Yates Cup-winning football team, which outscored opponents 94-8 and didn't allow a touchdown.
Bob Pugh, former president of the Canadian Interuniversity Athletic Union, was named as a builder.
The new inductees give the hall 101 members since it opened in 1996.