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Ottawa’s top youth volleyball boys unite to win Ontario bronze

Created On: September 7, 2011
The Ottawa Fusion 18-and-under boys lived true to their name as the players from the city’s two powerhouse clubs combined to form one team at the top youth level, producing an Ontario Volleyball Association championships bronze medal win two weekends ago in Kitchener-Waterloo.

NKB swimmer jumps onto world junior podium

Created On: September 7, 2011
Looking back, it didn’t look to be the best recipe for success, but Nepean-Kanata Barracudas athlete Erika Seltenreich-Hodgson earned a bronze medal in the women’s 200-metre individual medley nonetheless at the world junior swimming championships in Lima, Peru.

Myers Riders fall one step short of provincial title

Created On: September 7, 2011
It wasn’t quite the finish they were after with a pair of losses in championship games, but the Myers Riders football club enjoyed a banner summertime season nonetheless as its Peewee and Junior Varsity teams competed in the Ontario Varsity Football League finals this past weekend at Rogers Centre in Toronto.

Hearing O Canada never gets old for Rideau’s senior dragon boat world champs

Created On: September 7, 2011
A bigger trophy room might have to be the next expansion project for the Rideau Canoe Club as its members racked up loads of honours at home and abroad in recent weeks.

The most decorated group of the bunch would be Sue Holloway, Lynn Shepherd, Ann Raymond and Kris Foss, who helped Canada win nothing but gold in every one of their Senior ‘B’ races at the International Dragon Boat Federation world championships Aug. 4-7 in Tampa, FL.

Father and son both winners at Ottawa Sports Awards

Created On: September 7, 2011
With the type of elation Mathea Stevens displays when she hears the news that her coach has been chosen to receive a lifetime achievement award, you might think that she’d received the honour herself.

Capitals erase provincial battle lines, combine to win ultimate nationals

Created On: September 7, 2011
Ottawa and Toronto are often fierce rivals in just about all sports, but in the self-refereed game known for its cooperative nature, a group of 22 ultimate frisbee players proved the merits of joining forces this past weekend.

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