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Canada volleyball drops continental Olympic qualifier

Updated On: January 28, 2016
Recovering from shoulder surgery, Adam Simac missed the Canadian men’s volleyball team’s Jan. 8-10 continental qualifier in Edmonton, but the Ottawa veteran now still has a chance to help Canada qualify for its first Olympics since 1992 due to the Canadians’ straight-sets loss to Cuba in the tournament final.

Woods off to superb start with new World Tour cycling team

Updated On: January 28, 2016
Ottawa native Mike Woods carried on his swift rise in the cycling world with a standout World Tour debut for his new Cannondale-Garmin pro cycling team at the six-stage Tour Down Under Jan. 16-24 in Adelaide, Australia.

Medals of all colours for local women’s hockey elite

Created On: December 4, 2015
Ottawa native Erica Howe made the first senior international start of her career for the Canadian women’s hockey team on Nov. 7 at the Four Nations Cup, stopping 11 of 12 shots in a 3-1 victory over host Sweden.

Injury sidelines volleyball player from Olympic qualifier

Created On: December 4, 2015
Adam Simac has been driving himself crazy assembling IKEA furniture lately. But he doesn’t mind much; at least it’s something he is capable of doing. Ask him to do anything that requires him to raise his arm to eye level or above and he’s pretty useless.

Ottawa Sportspage cover story: Wrestling for redemption ...and Rio

Updated On: December 3, 2015
After contentious nationals defeat last season, former world #1 driven to make good at Canadian Olympic trials

De Haitre wins 1st World Cup medal, Blondin adds 3

Updated On: December 3, 2015
According to local speed skater Vincent De Haitre, the rinks of Europe may be in trouble. After all, a little heat can do a lot of damage to ice.

Dunkerley survives Qatar heat to win IPC 5,000 m world silver

Updated On: December 3, 2015
In a race where half the field succumbed to the intense desert heat and failed to finish, Ottawa’s Jason Dunkerley survived the T11 men’s 5,000-metre race and was rewarded with a silver medal at the International Paralympic Committee Athletics World Championships on Oct. 26 in Doha, Qatar.

Pan Am BAM!

Updated On: December 3, 2015
The star attraction of the first-ever all-women’s card hosted by the Beaver Boxing Club didn’t disappoint on Nov. 7 in Ottawa as Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games champion Caroline Veyre of Montreal scored a unanimous decision over Bonnie Cook of Toronto.

2 Nepean Synchro products chosen to centralize at Pan Am pool

Updated On: December 3, 2015
Two swimmers with Nepean Synchro roots have selected to take part in a new regional training centre program out of the Pan Am Sport Centre pool in Scarborough.

Track cyclist chosen for national ‘NextGen’ program

Updated On: December 3, 2015
Arianne Bonhomme of the Ottawa Bicycle Club was one of six Canadian athletes selected to be part of the national women’s NextGen track endurance program run out of the Mattamy National Cycling Centre in Milton, Ont.

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