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Wolverines bag basketball bronze at Atom provincials

Updated On: April 6, 2017
The Gloucester-Cumberland Wolverines under-11 atom boys’ basketball team earned a bronze medal in the top division of their Ontario Cup provincial championship tournament on Apr. 2 in Windsor.

Gymnastics-mania: Diverse local gymnastics facilities adds new facilities, competitions & coaches

Created On: March 3, 2017
With numerous new facilities opening and under development, a plethora of competitions hosted locally, athletes excelling at the top levels, and diverse forms of the sport practiced in different pockets of the city, gymnastics’ popularity is exploding in Ottawa.

NCAA scholarship, prospective pro career on tap for Barrhaven tennis talent

Updated On: March 2, 2017
At 6 a.m., you won’t find a whole bunch of 17-year-olds on the tennis court, let alone out of bed for that matter. But the early rise is part of the daily routine for Ottawa native Malik Bhatnagar, a rising prospect headed to Florida on an NCAA Div. 1 scholarship come this fall.

Ottawa tennis spirit bounces high

Updated On: March 2, 2017
On top of setting a Canadian record for attendance at a home Davis Cup event, the local tennis community also attempted to get in the Guinness record books for the most people simultaneously bouncing a ball on a tennis racquet during the Feb. 3-5 event at TD Place.

Fun rules for high school nordic skiers

Updated On: March 2, 2017
Alia Sanger may have bigger fish to fry as a cross-country skier than the national capital high school championships, but there isn’t a better venue to bake cookies.

Ottawa 2021 Canada Games Bid Special Page

Updated On: February 21, 2017
Ottawa is bidding to host the 2021 Canada Summer Games, which would be the biggest multi-sport event the nation’s capital has ever hosted. Check out our coverage as momentum continues to build towards the Mar. 30 announcement of the host city on our special page.

Emily Flynn, Canada Summer Games ’13 athlete

Updated On: February 21, 2017
Count Emily Flynn as another witness to the Canada Games serving as a launching pad for young athletes on their paths to the highest levels of sport.

Isabelle Weidemann, Canada Winter Games ’11 athlete

Updated On: February 21, 2017
Like the Braddon kids are aiming to do this summer, the local brother-sister duo of Jake and Isabelle Weidemann have a family history of their own when it comes to the Canada Games.

Jeff Braddon, Sport Chair – Canoe-Kayak

Updated On: February 21, 2017
Jeff Braddon is the sport chair for canoe-kayak, though that sport hasn’t always been a part of his life. “I didn’t get to experience it as a kid,” notes the Chatham-Kent native.

Colin Walker, Sport Chair – Volleyball

Updated On: February 21, 2017
Involved in the Ottawa volleyball scene for 40 years, volleyball sport chair Colin Walker leads a well-oiled local team ready to once again step up and run a major volleyball competition come the Canada Games.

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