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Big bicycle wins for pair of local athletes

Updated On: May 6, 2016
Julia Gibson of the Ottawa Bicycle Club won five medals (three silver and two bronze) at the Apr. 1-3 Canadian Track Cycling Championships in Milton, while OBC’s Marie-Alexandre Lemire earned a bronze. With a stringent focus on women’s endurance athletes, Gibson was bypassed as a sprinter in the selections for this summer’s Canadian World Junior Championships team.

Outlaws ultimate eager to gain ground in Year 2

Created On: April 16, 2016
The Ottawa Outlaws are set to take the field for the start of their second season of pro ultimate in April, confident that lessons learned in their first campaign will now allow them to rise higher in the American Ultimate Disc League.

Army Run launched future Paralympian’s sitting volleyball career

Created On: April 13, 2016
Chantal Beauchesne experienced two unplanned life-changing events in 2009. The first was not at all pleasant. She was the passenger during a motorcycle crash and had her left leg amputated on the spot when it was sliced by a hydro post cable.

Ottawa native returns home for Clarkson Cup

Created On: April 10, 2016
It wasn’t long ago that Chelsey Saunders was like the young girls in the stands at this year’s Clarkson Cup in Ottawa, admiring the stars of the Canadian Women’s Hockey League and national team.

Sportspage cover story: Road to Rio rebound

Updated On: April 10, 2016
After missing out on Olympic berth at home Pan Ams, modern pentathlete flies back onto Games trail

Rookie bobsledder slides into top international scene

Updated On: April 10, 2016
Racing down a slick, ice-covered track at speeds of up to 150 km/h, twisting through multiple turns that throw sliders at nearly 90-degree angles, it’s no wonder why bobsleigh racers are deemed some of the most fearless and extreme athletes on the planet.

Nepean figure skater laments worlds letdown

Updated On: April 10, 2016
It was an underwhelming finish to a rather successful season for Alaine Chartrand of the Nepean Skating Club. Looking to better last year’s 11th-place showing at her first ISU World Figure Skating Championships, the reigning Canadian champion fell short of that mark and ended up in 17th this time around at the Mar. 28-Apr. 3 event in Boston.

Ottawa gymnast selected for Canada’s final Rio Olympic qualifier team

Updated On: April 10, 2016
There’s been a change of travel plans for Sam Zakutney, and it’s landed the 17-year-old Ottawa native on the doorstep to the Olympics.

Concordes pair win final speed skating silvers to conclude season

Updated On: April 10, 2016
Gloucester Concordes products Ivanie Blondin and Vincent De Haitre capped their highly successful 2015-16 international speed skating seasons with silver medal wins at the Mar. 11-13 ISU Speed Skating World Cup Final in the Netherlands.

Morris cools off and misses Brier playoffs

Updated On: April 10, 2016
After a solid 3-0 start, Ottawa native John Morris and his Pat Simmons-skipped Team Canada curling rink cooled off and finished 6-5 to miss the four-team playoff round by one place at the Mar. 3-13 Tim Hortons Brier at TD Place.

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