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Meng siblings 7th in ISU Jr. Grand Prix assignment

Updated On: September 6, 2014
Ottawa natives Melinda & Andrew Meng placed seventh at the Aug. 20-24 ISU Jr. Grand Prix in France, scoring 106.74 points in the ice dance competition during their first international assignment from Skate Canada.

Tough Pan Pacs for swimmer

Updated On: September 6, 2014
Ottawa native Erika Seltenreich-Hodgson placed 7th in the women’s 400-metre individual medley at the Aug. 21-25 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships in Gold Coast, Australia.

Ottawa player, coach excel at FIBA U17 basketball worlds

Updated On: September 6, 2014
Former Ottawa Guardsmen basketball player Eddie Ekiyor helped Canada to a strong sixth-place performance at the Aug. 8-16 U17 FIBA World Championship in Dubai.

Phoenix finish 13th at club ultimate worlds

Updated On: September 6, 2014
The Ottawa Phoenix placed 13th overall in the Open category at the World Championships of Club Ultimate, which wrapped up on Aug. 9 in Lecco, Italy.

Cyclist places 19th and 8th at track worlds debut

Updated On: September 6, 2014
Ottawa’s Connor Byway placed 19th in the scratch event (3rd out of 17-year-olds) and 8th with Canada in the team pursuit at the Aug. 8-12 UCI Track Cycling Junior World Championships in Seoul, South Korea.

Nighthawks pair bring ice hockey skills to field hockey 5s debut

Created On: August 12, 2014
It's been on their radar for awhile now – the chance to be part of history. But that still couldn't prepare Nepean Nighthawks players Braedon Muldoon and Liam Manning for the moment they found out they'd been chosen to play for Canada in the inaugural field hockey "5s" tournament at the Aug. 16-28 Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China.

Turning the wrestling world on its head

Created On: August 12, 2014
Commonwealth Games gold the latest in Erica Wiebe’s breakout 2014 run to world #1

Lions record-breaker bears Canadian flag in style at Games closing ceremony

Updated On: August 12, 2014
Sultana Frizell had it going on at the Commonwealth Games. The Ottawa Lions hammer thrower was a Glasgow 2014 gold medalist, one of four Canadians to break Games records, and maybe the most entertaining athlete of the bunch, with dance moves to boot.

Energizer Erika keeps swimming faster and faster

Updated On: August 12, 2014
Ottawa native Erika Seltenreich-Hodgson came within a narrow margin of reaching the Commonwealth Games podium, however the 19-year-old’s massive improvements to her personal-best times were anything but marginal.

Weightlifter savours hard-earned opportunity to represent Canada

Updated On: August 12, 2014
It wasn’t the performance she was looking for, but it was still impossible for Ottawa weightlifter Isabelle Després to do anything but smile when she came off the stage, her first international multi-sport games officially complete.

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