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Team Canada water polo stars visit Wave coach’s summer camp

Updated On: September 7, 2016
Local water polo players got a special treat at this year’s edition of Celso’s Lake Camp, run each summer by Capital Wave Water Polo Club head coach Celso Rojas near Low, Que. with a visit from Team Canada players David Lapins, Krystina Alogbo (the Canadian women’s team captain), Dominique Perreault and Barrhaven’s Jessica Gaudreault of Capital Wave.

Futuro soccer team turns heads in UK

Updated On: September 7, 2016

The Ottawa City Futuro under-12 boys’ soccer team scored nothing-but-wins over youth teams from five British professional clubs during a 10-day overseas trip in August.

The Futuro opened with a 4-2 victory over the Bristol Rovers, followed by 8-1 and 11-0 wins over Cardiff City and Swansea City. Then came a big 5-3 triumph over Southampton.

“They were absolutely shocked by our performance as the only teams that they struggle against are Manchester City and Chelsea,” reports Futuro coach Sanjeev Parmar by e-mail.

Silver for 2 local athletes at Legion track nationals

Updated On: September 7, 2016
A pair of local athletes claimed silver medals at the Aug. 5-7 Legion National Youth Track & Field Championships in Blainville, Que.

Nighthawks win historic medal at field hockey nationals

Updated On: August 26, 2016
The Nepean Nighthawks boys’ field hockey team came away with a historic bronze medal from the Field Hockey Canada Under-16 National Championships July 20-24 in Calgary.

Triathlon nationals victory for hometown girl

Updated On: August 1, 2016
Joanna Brown is on a mission. A year ago, injuries held back the Carp triathlete, but in 2016, she’s making a lot of noise. Most recently, Brown finished as the top Canadian in the women’s elite race that was part of the Canadian Triathlon Championships, held July 23-24 in Ottawa.

Ottawa West Little League fall a win short of national crown at home

Updated On: August 1, 2016
The underdog Ottawa West Twins came within one game of winning a Canadian Little League Championships title, reaching the July 27 final of the Senior-level tournament in their hometown.

RA House of Sport project takes root

Updated On: August 1, 2016
With Rio 2016 on the horizon, the RA Centre unveiled plans back in town for a project that stands to benefit many of the organizations behind the Canadian athletes who compete in the Olympics.

Knights & Griffins girls win national lacrosse gold

Updated On: August 1, 2016
In July, three local minor lacrosse tournaments helped set the stage for a number of Ottawa players to take on the best in the country at the Canadian Championships. The 2nd Gloucester Girls Summer Shootout ran from July 8-10, welcoming over 500 athletes making up 33 teams from Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia and New York.

2 local divers score gold at junior nationals

Updated On: August 1, 2016
Two local athletes claimed national crowns at the Speedo Junior Development National Championships, as Ottawa divers proved they could bounce with best at the July 8-10 event in Montreal.

Ottawa orienteer gets Canada’s top result at jr. worlds

Updated On: August 1, 2016
Robert Graham of Orienteering Ottawa was the top Canadian men’s performer at the July 9-15 Junior World Orienteering Championships in Switzerland. The Canadians finished well back of most competitors, largely from the European countries that make up the sport’s hotbed.

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