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Updated On: August 12, 2014
Canada captured only its third medal of all-time in Commonwealth Games table tennis competition, winning the women's doubles bronze medal. Down two sets and 8-5 in the third, former Ottawa resident Mo Zhang – who was based at the national team's past Ottawa training centre home several years ago – and Anqi Luo battled back against England to win three tight games 11-8, 14-12 and 12-10.

Olympic speed skater impresses in second Games of 2014 in track cycling

Updated On: August 12, 2014
Despite a relatively short period to prepare, Cumberland native Vincent De Haitre proved he can be a formidable competitor on wheels in the international scene, just like he is on blades.

2 Lions reach finals, 2 more DQed in Commonwealth track

Updated On: August 12, 2014
Sultana Frizell was the women’s hammer throw champion and record breaker, but the 2015 Commonwealth Games weren’t quite as golden for the other four Ottawa Lions Track-and-Field Club athletes representing Canada in Glasgow.

Commonwealth crash stings squash player on heels of standout season

Updated On: August 12, 2014
A breakthrough season didn’t come with a dream finish for Samantha Cornett.
The 23-year-old squash player won her first match at the Commonwealth Games but couldn’t get past English veteran Jenny Duncalf in the round 16 despite a valiant third-set comeback attempt at the Scotstoun Sports Centre in Glasgow, Scotland.

'Mind-blowing' first Games experience for badminton player

Updated On: August 12, 2014
RA Centre badminton player Andrew D’Souza wore wide eyes and an even wider smile as his face flashed on TV cameras during the Opening Ceremonies of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, and both didn’t fade at all throughout the July 23-Aug. 3 event as the 20-year-old soaked up every moment and experience he could.

Ottawa ultimate player revels in Canada's deciding-point junior worlds win

Created On: August 11, 2014
Owen Watt only began playing ultimate three years ago, and now the 18-year-old Ottawa native is a world champion.

Axemen seek return trip to lacrosse nationals in Year 2

Updated On: August 11, 2014
After an impressive debut season in the Quebec Senior Lacrosse League last season, the Ottawa Axemen have shown no signs of a sophomore jinx as they prepare to play in the league championship series.

Youth Olympics-bound sprinter & coach share bond

Updated On: August 11, 2014
As Shermar Paul prepares for the biggest competition of his life, he doesn't have to go far to find advice. The 17-year-old sprinter can turn to the man who's moulded him into the type of runner he is today – a member of the Canadian team ready to compete on the world stage at the Aug. 16-28 Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China.

Rising fencing phenom a medal threat

Updated On: August 11, 2014
Just a short time ago, Jenny Zhao would never have guessed that she'd soon be jumping on a plane for Nanjing, China and the Youth Olympic Games. But an 11th-place finish at April's FIE Cadet World Championships in Bulgaria vaulted the 17-year-old Ottawa fencer into the second edition of the Olympics for athletes under age 19.

Career-best Pan Am result boosts modern pentathlete before worlds

Updated On: August 11, 2014
After finishing 11th in her Olympic debut at age 21, Ottawa-based modern pentathlete Melanie McCann had already set her sights on the next Summer Games.

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