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Gymnast saves best for last in Japan

Updated On: October 7, 2015
Nerves almost stopped local gymnast Sam Zakutney at a major junior international meet Sept. 22-23 in Yokohama, Japan.

Olympic dreams squarely in focus for runner-turned-cyclist

Updated On: October 7, 2015
Most might care to exclude details about diarrhea dumps in the hotel lobby and road rash to his penis, but Mike Woods is as colourful a blogger as they come, and his 2015 cycling chronicles had him wearing a rainbow of colours too.

Golfer savours ‘special’ chance to play at home world juniors

Updated On: October 7, 2015
With the 2015 World Junior Girls Golf Championship now in the books, Ottawa native Grace St-Germain can now breathe a little easier.

Figure skater 4th in international season opener

Updated On: October 7, 2015
Alaine Chartrand of the Nepean Skating Club placed 4th in her international figure skating season debut at the Sept. 24-26 Nebelhorn Trophy in Germany, finishing a point-and-a-half from the podium with her score of 161.35.

Local lacrosse player chosen for Canadian field worlds evaluations

Updated On: October 7, 2015
Greely’s Cam Badour was one of 63 players selected to compete for a spot on the men’s under-19 national team that will take part in the Field Lacrosse World Championships next July in B.C.

Fury FC academy players strut their stuff at U20 national soccer team camp

Updated On: October 7, 2015
Six players from Ottawa Fury FC’s youth academy teams participated in a Canadian under-20 men’s national soccer team identification camp in Laval, Que. from Sept. 18-20.

Brown 14th, Robbins 8th at triathlon worlds

Updated On: October 7, 2015
Ottawa para-triathlete Christine Robbins placed 8th in the PT5 category for athletes with visual impairments at the Sept. 15-19 ITU World Triathlon Grand Final in Chicago.

Group rhythmic gymnast misses shot at Rio, but team pleased with worlds

Updated On: October 7, 2015
Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games double-bronze medallist Lucinda Nowell and the Canadian group rhythmic gymnastics team fell short of qualifying for the Rio 2016 Olympics with their 19th-place showing at the Sept. 7-13 World Championships in Germany, missing out on earning a spot at a last-chance qualifier by two places.

Ottawa cyclist top Canadian at Tour of Alberta, signs with team that rides Tour de France

Created On: September 13, 2015
Ottawa’s Mike Woods of Optum Pro Cycling earned a top-10 result in the general classification of the Sept. 2-7 Tour of Alberta and finished as the top Canadian, ahead of Ryder Hesjedal.

Surprise no more as Bishop scores world silver

Updated On: September 11, 2015
Ottawa Lions 800-metre runner Melissa Bishop followed up her upset Pan Am Games gold medal with an even bigger silver medal victory at the Aug. 22-30 IAAF World Athletics Championships in Beijing.

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