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Ottawa at the Olympics profile – Tim Nedow (athletics)

Updated On: August 1, 2016
Excluded from 2012 team, Lion on pace for shotput final

Ottawa at the Olympics profile – Natasha Watcham-Roy (rugby)

Updated On: August 1, 2016
Former Gee-Gees rugby Canada part of one of Canada’s best threats for the podium

Ottawa at the Olympics profile – Melanie McCann (modern pentathlon)

Updated On: August 1, 2016
11th in London, pentathlete wants to repeat special Olympic day

Ottawa at the Olympics profile – Erica Wiebe (wrestling)

Updated On: August 1, 2016
Mom matches wrestling podium contender’s dedication

Ottawa at the Olympics profile – Mike Woods (cycling)

Updated On: August 1, 2016
Runner-turned-cyclist wants to create iconic sports moment of his own

Ottawa at the Olympics profiles – Mike Tayler & Cam Smedley (canoe slalom)

Updated On: August 1, 2016
Paddling pals move from Ottawa Pumphouse to Rio river

Sport politics & near misses keep several local athletes from competing in Olympics

Updated On: August 1, 2016
On top of Kelleigh Ryan’s exclusion due to her fencing event rotating out of of the Olympics this quadrennial, sport politics kept another local athlete out of the Games as well. Two-time Olympic hammer thrower Sultana Frizell of the Ottawa Lions Track-and-Field Club was not nominated for Canada’s track-and-field team despite hitting the international standards set out to make her eligible.

Local coach has just 1 fencing Olympian due to IOC entry limits

Updated On: August 1, 2016
On top of the strong team of athletes, a number of Ottawa coaches will occupy key roles for Team Canada at the Rio Olympics. Paul ApSimon owns the distinction of being the only one to coach athletes in two different sports on the Olympic programme.

Judoka wins Cadet Pan American gold

Updated On: August 1, 2016
The stars were not terribly well-aligned for Ben Kendrick to put in his best effort at the July 1-4 Cadet Pan American Judo Championships in Argentina.

Outlaws finish a win short of playoffs

Updated On: August 1, 2016
The Ottawa Outlaws turned around a 1-5 start to their season to post a 7-7 overall mark in their second year of play in the American Ultimate Disc League. The Outlaws finished in a tie for the final east division playoff spot by lost out on tiebreaker to the New York Empire, who recorded 24-19 and 23-21 victories before Ottawa won the third meeting 24-19.

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