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Groves remained true to hometown roots throughout illustrious international career

Created On: September 25, 2011
On the day that Ottawa’s most decorated Olympian of all-time retired from speed skating after a long and fulfilling international career as one of the very best athletes in her sport, it was a race that Kristina Groves skated as a 15-year-old Ottawa Pacer that she reflected on.

Groves retires from speed skating

Created On: September 21, 2011
Kristina Groves – perhaps the best athlete from Ottawa in the city’s history – announced her retirement from speed skating at a news conference today in Calgary.

Capital City cruises to home victory

Created On: September 18, 2011
Capital City FC reemphasized its status a true contender for a Canadian Soccer League title last evening with a 6-0 thumping of visiting St. Catharines at Terry Fox Athletic Facility.

Bisson earns first career appearance with Canadian national team

Updated On: September 16, 2011
Former Ottawa-Nepean Canadians baseball player Chris Bisson will make his debut for the senior national team at the Oct. 2-15 World Cup in Panama and the Pan American Games Oct. 19-26 in Guadalajara, Mexico.

Titans players place ninth at water polo world juniors

Created On: September 16, 2011
Ottawa Titans players Rebekka Steemkamer and Jessica Gaudreault finished in ninth place as members of Team Canada at the world junior women’s water polo championships Sept. 11-17 in Trieste, Italy.

Back at the Helm - Stephen O'Kane Ecstatic About Return to Old Post 
as Fury PDL Coach

Created On: September 16, 2011
The Ottawa Fury are pleased to announce that Stephen O'Kane will return as the head coach of the Ottawa Fury PDL team for the 2012 season. O'Kane resigned as the club's head coach following the 2009 season, due to personal reasons, after leading the club to its first-ever post-season on the shoulders of an undefeated regular season.

Homan rink gears up for new season as the team to beat

Created On: September 15, 2011
No longer the hot new kids on the block, the Rachel Homan Ottawa Curling Club rink kicks off their second season in the senior ranks as the undisputed favourite at the Shorty Jenkins Classic in Brockville.

World junior triathlon race recap - Joanna Brown

Created On: September 15, 2011
I had the most amazing swim warmup and knew it was going to be a good swim. I was start position #50 of 56 so I didn't have much choice of position and ended up lining up beside Alison Hooper at the far left side.

Storm triathlon not just for the elite, coach says

Created On: September 15, 2011
For Greg Kealey, the owner and founder of the Bytown Storm triathlon club, the tremendous success his athletes have achieved is strangely a double-edged sword.
From one perspective, seeing Joanna Brown and Tristan Woodfine place amongst the very best on the planet at last weekend’s world junior championships in Beijing is exactly what the club set out to do on the high-performance side.

Fractures, dislocations & other freak injuries wear down triathlete Brown

Created On: September 15, 2011
It’s been a painful year all around for Joanna Brown. From not achieving her pre-season goal of a world junior title, an endless number of freak injuries and the mental battle of not being able to train properly when that was the main focus of her life, the Bytown Storm triathlete calls 2011 “a rollercoaster ride” – one that ended with a trip to the hospital in Beijing, China.

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