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National-champion diver calls it a career, plunges into medicine

Updated On: May 6, 2016
Twenty-two is certainly an early age for most to think about retirement, and it seems doubly unusual for someone who recently experienced a major career breakthrough

Field hockey player debuts with Team Canada

Updated On: May 6, 2016
At the Apr. 2-10 Hawke’s Bay Cup in New Zealand, Team Canada goalkeeper Rowan Harris stood tall against some of the world’s top women’s field hockey players. Half-a-decade ago, the Ottawa native could barely stand up.

Silver-medallist Devils break through for 1st NRL medal, Ice win bronze

Updated On: May 6, 2016
It was a bittersweet ending to a fantastic run for the Gloucester Devils at the Apr. 3-9 Canadian Ringette Championships in London, Ont.

Holloway gets call to Canada Sports Hall

Updated On: May 6, 2016
Four-time Olympian Sue Holloway of Ottawa was unveiled as one of this year’s seven inductees into Canada's Sports Hall of Fame on Apr. 26 in Toronto.

Local fencer & Canadian coach place 9th at team worlds

Updated On: May 6, 2016
Ottawa native Kelleigh Ryan and the Paul ApSimon-coached Canadian women’s foil team placed 9th at the Team World Championships on Apr. 25 in Rio de Janeiro in what amounts to their discipline’s Olympic competition for 2016.

Ottawa resident to play for Canada in softball worlds

Updated On: May 6, 2016
Long-time national team player and 2015 Pan Am Games champion Jen Yee has had her spot confirmed on the 2016 Canadian women’s softball team. The Ottawa resident from North Delta, B.C. will have the opportunity to play in the Women’s World Softball Championship next door to her hometown from July 15-24 in Surrey, B.C.

Brown 2nd in pro triathlon debut

Updated On: May 6, 2016
Carp native Joanna Brown debuted with a 2nd-place finish in the first-ever Major League Triathlon event on Apr. 16 in Texas.

Ottawa rower opens Olympic season with World Cup silver

Updated On: May 6, 2016
University of Ottawa grad Cristy Nurse of the Ottawa Rowing Club kicked off her Olympic season with a silver medal win in the women’s eight at the first World Cup of 2016 Apr. 15-17 in Italy.

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.

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