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Rising Lions shot put star earns Pan Am silver

Updated On: August 8, 2015
At the time, Tim Nedow’s top throw in the men’s shotput competition would have left him in the uncomfortable 4th-place position. But just as Canadian steeplechasers were called up to collect their gold and silver medals just a few steps away, the Ottawa Lions athlete unleashed his best effort of the day to vault into podium position himself, finishing 2nd to only O’Dayne Richards of Jamaica, the new Pan Am Games record holder.

‘Off day’ nevertheless produces hammer bronze

Created On: August 8, 2015
Sultana Frizell has a number of records in her name, and she probably set another one at the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games for the slowest victory lap ever.

Ottawa connections sprinkled amongst Canada’s medallists

Updated On: August 8, 2015
Team Canada enjoyed its all-time best Pan Am Games performance at the 2015 edition in Toronto with a total of 217 medals, which included several won by athletes who carry some connections to the nation’s capital.

5-time Paralympic medallist leads Ottawa crew to Parapans

Updated On: August 8, 2015
Two-and-a-half years after a life-changing surgery, Ottawa runner Jason Dunkerley is rounding back into form – just in time for the Toronto 2015 Parapan Am Games.

Unsatisfying repeat silver for U23 ultimate player

Updated On: August 8, 2015
The Canadian open under-23 ultimate disc team won nine matches at the July 12-18 World U23 Ultimate Championships in London, England, but their only loss – to USA in the gold medal match – was the one that lingered for Ottawa’s Nick Boucher.

4 locals headed to Special Olympics worlds

Updated On: August 8, 2015
Ottawa rhythmic gymnasts Christina Judd-Campbell and Kimana Mar, swimmer Meagan Michie and track-and-field athlete Marianne Scharf are all is Los Angeles from July 25-Aug. 2 to represent Canada at the 2015 Special Olympics World Games.

'Surreal' gold for softball player in extra-inning upset over USA

Created On: July 27, 2015
In one of the final events of the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games, Ottawa resident Jenn Yee and the Canadian women’s softball team got to belt out O Canada at the Ajax Pan Am Ballpark on Sunday afternoon, victorious over nemesis USA in extra innings.

Fencer Ryan leads Canada to major upset gold over USA

Updated On: July 26, 2015
“Gold medallists, and Pan American champions: Canada!” It was seven words they’d waited seven years to hear. Ottawa fencer Kelleigh Ryan and Canadian women’s foil teammates Alanna Goldie and Eleanor Harvey had lost to USA every time they met at the Pan Am Championships or Pan Am Games for that time period, but the streak came to an end in the most dramatic fashion possible on Saturday night at the CIBC Pan Am Field House in Scarborough.

Bishop bounds past rivals on homestretch for upset Pan Am gold

Updated On: July 22, 2015
Seeded fourth in the women’s 800 metres, Melissa Bishop of the Ottawa Lions Track-and-Field Club bolted down the home stretch to gold on Wednesday night at York University as the Ottawa medal haul hit a remarkable total of 20 with four days left in the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games.

Lions pair bag pair of medals to kick off TO2015 track-and-field

Created On: July 22, 2015
It wasn’t the best performances of their careers, but the Ottawa Lions throws tandem of Tim Nedow and Sultana Frizell both experienced career highlights nonetheless on Tuesday evening at York University as they won silver and bronze medals respectively at the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games.

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