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New Team Canada sledge hockey player is world champ a year from Paralympics

Updated On: May 8, 2017
With 20 seconds left on the clock, the Canadian sledge hockey team realized the world championship gold was inevitably theirs and the bench erupted. For Stittsville native Tyrone Henry, the moment was was six, dedicated years in the making.

Speed skating sisters on short track to Olympics with Team GB

Updated On: May 8, 2017
They grew up in Orleans with the Gloucester Concordes Speed Skating Club, moved to Calgary and the national team’s centre, they’re now roommates in Nottingham, and they hope the next stop will be PyeongChang in 2018.

Local National Lacrosse League legend seeks elusive title

Updated On: May 8, 2017
He’s perhaps Ottawa’s least-known sports superstar. Pro lacrosse player Callum Crawford wrapped up his National Lacrosse League regular season with the Colorado Mammoth on Apr. 28 and finished amongst the top-10 scorers for the sixth time in his career.

Schmidt makes jr. worlds appearance in first ski cross season

Updated On: May 8, 2017
It didn’t take long for Dunrobin native Jared Schmidt to make his mark on the ski cross world. Just a season into his new discipline after transitioning from alpine racing, the 20-year-old Dunrobin native earned the chance to represent Canada at the FIS Freestyle Junior World Ski Championships on Apr. 7 in Italy.

Government reviews Canada’s game plan to Own The Podium

Updated On: May 8, 2017
A year outside her likely Olympic debut, 21-year-old Ottawa speed skater Isabelle Weidemann was at home for this season’s last two World Cup races instead of competing for her place inside the world’s top-10, her national sports organization short on funds.

Outlaws ultimate moves out to Orleans

Updated On: May 8, 2017
It’s a new team complexion and a new home stadium for the Ottawa Outlaws as they enter their third year in the 24-team American Ultimate Disk League.

Early losses, impact win for local pair at CONCACAF

Updated On: May 8, 2017
Canada lost 2-1 to Costa Rica and Cuba in its first matches and failed to advance past the group stage at the Apr. 21-May 7 CONCACAF Men’s U17 Championship in Panama, though local players Jonathan David and Benson Fazili shone in their final match, a 2-0 win over Suriname, with David scoring both goals and Fazili being named man of the match.

Local ringette players gunning for Team Canada

Updated On: May 8, 2017
Local ringette players Allison Biewald, Molly Lewis, Jasmine Leblanc, Kaitlyn and Kelsey Youldon attended a Team Canada selection camp Apr. 27-30 in Mississauga.

Figure skater 4th with Canada in team competition

Updated On: May 8, 2017
Nepean Skating Club product Alaine Chartrand was 11th in the women’s portion of the ISU World Team Team Trophy, helping Canada to a 4th-place finish at the Apr. 20-23 figure skating competition in Tokyo.

Local fencers land on national podium

Updated On: May 8, 2017
Stephanie Prystupa-Maule (university women bronze), Kelleigh Ryan (senior women silver) and Teo Lemay (cadet men’s bronze) all won foil medals for Ottawa Fencing at the Apr. 21-23 Canadian Fencing Championships in Gatineau.

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