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Derek Kossatz, Sport Chair – Wrestling

Updated On: February 21, 2017
Derek Kossatz, Ottawa 2021’s sport chair for wrestling, says hosting the Games would be life-changing for the competitors and that Ottawa’s legacy for amateur sports would be “fantastic” should the bid be successful.

Sue Holloway, Bid Co-Chair & Alexandra Joy, Canada Summer Games ’13 athlete

Updated On: February 21, 2017
Sue Holloway’s Canada Games experience has just about come full circle. Before she became the first woman to compete in both the Summer and Winter Olympics in the same year (1976), the two-time Olympic medallist competed at the 1971 Canada Winter Games in Saskatoon.

Pair of young divers hit national qualifying marks in provincials debuts

Created On: February 3, 2017
The Ottawa National Diving Club went 5-for-5 as each of its athletes earned at least one national championships qualifying score at December’s Dive Ontario Winter Provincials in Thunder Bay.

Ottawa Sportspage cover story: Bring us the Games!

Created On: February 3, 2017
Diverse members of local sports community unite behind Ottawa’s bid to host 2021 Canada Summer Games

Locals produce at home long-track provincials

Updated On: February 3, 2017
Brewer Park played host to the Ontario Long-Track Speed Skating Championships on Jan. 14-15, with local athletes earning a big chunk of the prizes. Bolstered by a 1st-place finish in the 3,000 metres and a 2nd in the 1,000 m, Gloucester Concordes skater Lily Weidemann – the younger sibling of national team training centre-based athletes Isabelle and Jake Weidemann – was the all-around provincial women’s champion.

Wrestling the one constant as former Syrian champ brings his family through Jordanian refugee camp to Ottawa

Updated On: February 3, 2017
On a crisp January evening inside Gym C of St. Patrick Catholic High School, whistles blow, wrestlers slam onto yellow mats, and coaches overlook the action, providing encouragement and tips. One of these coaches is Mohammed Al-Akrad.

Host National Capital club dominates tournament

Updated On: February 3, 2017
A total of 182 athletes participated in the 13th-annual National Capital Wrestling Festival on Jan. 14 at Maurice-Lapointe high school in Kanata. National capital wrestlers combined to give the host club a combined record of 50 wins and 20 losses in their matches.

Clutch keeper

Updated On: February 3, 2017
Goalkeeper Erik Holmes moved up in the play and scored the equalizer in the final minute to salvage a crucial point for his Centurions team during the Ottawa Futsal Club’s popular annual Bob Rathwell Memorial Futsal Tournament, held from Jan. 27-29 at various gyms in Ottawa’s west end.

Glowing new gyms

Updated On: February 3, 2017
Ottawa added a pair of innovative new gym facilities around the holidays at the RA Centre and the Louis-Riel Dome. Stretched thin by their lone gymnasium inside the school, the Louis-Riel sports-études program added a gym floor

OSU & West Ottawa granted Ontario League1 franchises

Updated On: February 3, 2017
An elite-level women’s soccer team will return to the nation’s capital alongside a men’s team that offers a new avenue to the game’s higher levels as a pair of local clubs have secured licences to compete in League1 Ontario for the 2017 season.

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