‘I never, ever think about the injury,’ Dustin Cook says after comeback ski season
With a prominent run named in his honour, an engaging social media presence, and a couple of noteworthy ailments to his knee and his nether regions, Ottawa skier Dustin Cook is anything but boring to track.
Local players launch Ravens basketball women to new high
A pair of Ottawa natives powered the Carleton Ravens women’s basketball team to the first national medal in program history in March, bringing home a bronze from the Canadian university championships in Victoria.
Bonhomme primed to pedal and push farther following breakout year
On the heels of a breakout 2016 season, Ariane Bonhomme of The Cyclery-4iiii women’s cycling team is primed for more in 2017, with a pair of major events locally on tap for this year, and the biggest success of her career yet already in her back pocket.
Being biggest candidate city hurt Ottawa 2021 Canada Games bid: Mayor
There wasn’t a parking space to be had at Ben Franklin Place (though most were there for business other than the host announcement viewing party), sport coats overpowered team jackets in the gathering devoid of Canada Games-age athletes, and Ottawa was unable to become the largest city to host our national multi-sport games as Niagara Region was chosen to welcome the 2021 Canada Summer Games.
New member of Sportspage family: Which sport will he choose?
Ottawa Sportspage Editor/Dad Dan Plouffe, Mom Cheryl, and Big Sister Karina welcomed Andre Vincent Plouffe to the family on Mar. 19 following a big sprint to the finish where the little speedster took aim at the record for fastest birth after arrival at the hospital.