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Sorensen earns bobsleigh worlds team bronze, struggles with Carrière in 4-man

Created On: September 17, 2013
Ottawa natives Cody Sorensen and Jean-Nicolas Carrière started the season far apart on the Canada-1 and Canada-3 bobsled teams, but wound up pushing together in Chris Spring's Canada-2 sled for the biggest competition of the year Feb. 1-2 in St. Moritz, Switzerland.

Ottawa Rowing Club women help Canada to 3 worlds medals

Updated On: September 9, 2013
In the rowing world, the highest honour that a club can bestow upon an athlete is naming a boat after them. The Ottawa Rowing Club may be a bit busy in the paintjob department this fall thanks to the performances of their athletes at the Aug. 25-Sept. 1 World Rowing Championships in Chungju, Korea.

A tale of 2 rising racquet stars

Updated On: September 9, 2013
Both in their early 20s, tennis player Dabrowski & squash athlete Cornett are strong Canadian Olympic team prospects, but Cornett still needs the green light from the IOC to include her sport

Julien resets sights on 2015 World Cup

Updated On: September 9, 2013
It was a difficult, bittersweet moment, but it’s been a busy year for Christina Julien since she narrowly missed out on a spot with the bronze medal-winning Canadian women’s soccer team at the London 2012 Olympics.

Mother’s aneurysm challenges hammer thrower Frizell

Updated On: September 9, 2013
When there’s turmoil at home, it’s hard to make sports a priority. That’s the challenge facing 28-year-old hammer thrower Sultana Frizell, who continues to compete on the world stage while helping care for her mother.

Jr. worlds bronze tops paddler’s medal haul

Updated On: September 9, 2013
It was back to the regular grind at Woodroffe High School for Maddie Schmidt after Labour Day, but her summer was anything but ordinary as she collected piles of medals in national and international canoe-kayak competitions.

Chartrand earns international PB in Jr. Grand Prix season debut

Updated On: September 9, 2013
Alaine Chartrand opened her 2013-14 figure skating season with a fourth-place finish at the season’s first ISU Junior Grand Prix circuit stop Aug. 30 in Latvia, earning a personal-best international score of 146.95 points.

Ottawa talent added to Skyhawks team roster

Updated On: September 9, 2013
The Ottawa Skyhawks National Basketball League of Canada team unveiled their first pair of local signees in August – Rideau High School grad Manock Lual and St. Matthew Catholic High School grad Eric Kibi.

Fencer helps Canada to ‘breakthrough’ worlds showing

Updated On: September 9, 2013
Ottawa’s Kelleigh Ryan helped Canada’s women’s foil team to its best result of all-time at the fencing world championships on Aug. 10 in Hungary, placing seventh.

Team Canada vet, rookie share golden sledge win at Sochi test event

Updated On: September 9, 2013
On Sept. 1, the Canadian sledge hockey team won the colour of medal in Sochi, Russia they’d like to repeat come the 2014 Paralympic Games, capturing gold in the Four Nations Tournament.

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