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Mavericks alum makes Canadian beach volleyball team

Updated On: March 2, 2017
Ottawa Mavericks and University of Toronto alum Charlotte Sider has cracked Canada’s senior national women’s beach volleyball team and will wear the maple leaf internationally this season, Volleyball Canada announced in February.

Ottawa-Nepean diver 5th at senior nationals

Updated On: March 2, 2017
Grade 11 St. Joseph Catholic High School student Henry McKay placed 5th in open competition against the best in the country at Diving Canada’s Winter Senior National Championships in Calgary.

Snowboarder Leslie 5th at home para worlds

Updated On: March 2, 2017
Ottawa Akademy snowboard product John Leslie earned a top result of 5th place at the Feb. 4-7 World Para Snowboard Championships in Kelowna. That came in the men banked slalom lower limb 2 race, while he was also 11th in the cross competition.

The Cyclery rider wins track World Cup bronze

Updated On: March 2, 2017
The Cyclery rider Ariane Bonhomme helped a young Canadian entry win a World Cup bronze medal in the women’s team pursuit event on Feb. 20 in Colombia.

Local National Ringette League teams to renew rivalry with nationals berth on the line

Updated On: March 2, 2017
It’ll be the battle of the capital as the Ottawa Ice and Gloucester Devils face off in the National Ringette League playoffs on Mar. 4-5 with a spot in the nationals on the line. The 16-6-2 Ice won all four regular season contests over the 13-9-2 Devils this year.

Figure skaters lead local crew to Special Olympics World Games

Updated On: March 2, 2017
Katie Xu and Jack Fan of the Goulbourn Skating Club used a Feb. 4 Special Olympics Ontario home invitational meet as a final tune-up in advance of the Mar. 14-25 Special Olympics World Games, where they’ll compete for Canada in Austria.

De Haitre wins first World Championships medal & breaks Canadian speed skating record

Updated On: March 2, 2017
Cumberland native Vincent De Haitre won his first career World Championships medal in South Korea and set a Canadian record back on home ice to cap an exceptional international speed skating season in February.

Gloucester speed skating trio hitting new heights on World Cup circuit

Created On: February 3, 2017
Ivanie Blondin can’t remember how many World Cup medals she’s won in her career. With last season and the fall portion of this season alone, the number is already in double-digits.

Oh me, oh my, Mimi!

Updated On: February 3, 2017
Ottawa native Mimi Rahneva continued the explosive start to her World Cup skeleton career by earning her first-ever gold medal on the elite international circuit at the sport’s birthplace in St. Moritz, Switzerland on Jan. 20.

Jammin’ judoka

Updated On: February 3, 2017
Ben Kendrick returned to his position atop the junior Canadian judo world with a dominant showing at the 2017 Canadian Elite Junior Championships on Jan. 8 in Montreal.

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