Kingston & District Sports Hall of Fame

Adrien “Tic” Langlois

Nickname: Tic
Birth: March 07, 1938
Home Town: Smooth Rock Falls, ON
Inducted as: Builder
Inducted for: Football, Track & Field,
Inducted in: 2019


Tic moved to Kingston in 1956. In 1966, he started a 27-year teaching career at Kingston Collegiate and Vocational Institute (KCVI).  While there, Tic coached Football, Track & Field, Volleyball, Gymnastics and Curling. He was the school’s Athletic Director.

Tic wrote the County of Frontenac Secondary Schools Athletic Association (CFSSAA) constitution in 1968, formalizing county policies and practices.  He served as CFSSAA President for four years.

Tic was President of the Eastern Ontario Secondary School Athletics Association (EOSSAA) for three years.  He served as CFSSAA Basketball, Football and Track & Field convenor for a number of years. He was the co-convenor for the EOSSAA Track & Field Championships for eight years and the co-convenor for the Ontario High School Track & Field Championships in 1978.

Along with coaching and convening high school sports, Tic coached Hockey in the Church Athletic League and for the Queen’s University Intermediates.  He served on the board for the Royal Kingston Curling Club from 1978-88 and was Club President from 1983-85.

Tic played on the teachers’ team in the Circle Fastball League and was an active curler for many years.

In 2010, Tic came out of retirement to coach the Senior Boys Football Team at KCVI so they could maintain the program.