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Injury forces Brown from Pan Am junior triathlon

Updated On: September 15, 2011
Joanna Brown had to sacrifice the battle but she still plans to win the war.
The Bytown Storm triathlete was in the lead pack at the Triathlon Junior Pan American Championships in Edmonton, but dropped out shortly into the run portion of her Sunday, July 10 race due to injury.

Brown sets sights on world gold as triathlon race season begins

Updated On: September 15, 2011
With her racing schedule all set to begin on Sunday, May 8 in Monterrey, Mexico for the first triathlon World Cup event of her career, Carp’s Joanna Brown is hoping that the road less traveled leads to only one thing this season – the title of world junior champion.

Brown takes sixth in world junior triathlon

Created On: September 15, 2011
Joanna Brown of the Bytown Storm placed sixth overall at the world junior triathlon championships in Beijing, China yesterday, while teammate Tristan Woodfine placed 22nd in the men’s event.

City’s top triathlete seeks even greater heights next season

Created On: September 15, 2011
She’s now the city’s top triathlete following the Ottawa Sports Awards dinner on Wednesday, Jan. 19 at Algonquin College, and come next year’s banquet Joanna Brown of Carp may very well find herself in contention for the overall female athlete-of-the-year prize.

Soccer teams look to add Cup titles to ERSL league crowns

Created On: September 14, 2011
Ottawa South United vs the Nepean Hotspurs will be the main rivalry on display this weekend as the East Region Soccer League Cup championship games take place on Sunday at Ben Franklin Park.

NCAFA football races heat up in Week 3 action

Created On: September 13, 2011
Early-season favourites are emerging in the National Capital Amateur Football League as the third week of its eight-week fall regular season is now in the books following 28 matches this past weekend around the Ottawa area.

Galbraith 5th in 800, Jean-Jacques wins Commonwealth relay bronze

Created On: September 11, 2011
Ottawa Lions sprinter Denray Jean-Jacques won a bronze medal with the Canadian men’s 4x400-metre relay team today on the final day of athletics competition at the Commonwealth Youth Games in Isle of Man, Great Britain.

Galbraith wins heat, advances to Commonwealth Youth Games final

Created On: September 10, 2011
Ottawa Lions athlete Emma Galbraith not only achieved her goal of reaching the final in the women’s 800 metres at the Commonwealth Youth Games today, she did it by winning her heat in a time of two minutes, 16.42 seconds.

OSU dominates deciding OYSL contest, and loses

Updated On: September 10, 2011
The Ottawa South United Force under-17 boys will finish as runners-up in the Ontario Youth Soccer League east division following a 4-1 defeat to Glen Shields this afternoon in Vaughan.

OSU U17s approach historic OYSL title

Created On: September 9, 2011
The Ottawa South United under-17 boys are on the cusp of achieving a feat so rare for a soccer team from the nation’s capital that their club’s founding president isn’t sure if it’s even happened before.

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