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Childhood dream come true: wrestler Wiebe is Olympics-bound

Created On: March 10, 2016
There were plenty of twists and turns on Erica Wiebe’s road to the Olympics, but with tickets to Rio 2016 on the line, it was only the Stittsville wrestler’s opponents who were twisting and turning.

Olympic berth not out the question for new Elite Canada champ

Updated On: March 10, 2016
Sam Zakutney is a Canadian champion. That statement has been true for about seven years ever since he burst onto the youth gymnastics high-performance scene, but in February, for the first time, the 17-year-old Ottawa Gymnastics Centre athlete earned a national crown at the senior level, winning the parallel bars event final at Elite Canada in Halifax.

3 Concordes all record career bests at speed skating worlds

Updated On: March 10, 2016
Last year she won the Kristina Groves Female Athlete of the Year Trophy from the Ottawa Sports Awards, and now Ivanie Blondin has replicated another feat Groves achieved in her legendary speed skating career: she’s a world champ.

World silver skier & runner take top athlete prizes

Updated On: March 10, 2016
Dustin Cook and Melissa Bishop are both speedsters – the first on skis, the second on shoes – and they both celebrated sweet silver medals at World Championships in 2015.

Q & A with Melissa Bishop

Updated On: March 10, 2016
Melissa Bishop was selected as the Ottawa Sports Awards 2015 Female Athlete of The Year. She won a Pan Am Games gold medal, a World Championships silver and set a new Canadian women’s 800 metres record. Here is our interview with her.

Sprinkles of Ottawa connections at Clarkson Cup in town

Updated On: March 10, 2016
It’ll be the Calgary Inferno squaring off against Les Canadiennes de Montréal in the Canadian Women’s Hockey League’s championship game on March 13 in Ottawa at the Canadian Tire Centre.

MOwed down

Updated On: March 10, 2016
Ottawa native John Morris (left) and his Pat Simmons-skipped Team Canada rink got off to a hot start at the March 5-13 Tim Hortons Brier at TD Place, jumping to the top of the men’s national curling championship tournament standings with a 3-0 record after five draws.

Strong season starts for local triathletes

Updated On: March 10, 2016
Carp native Joanna Brown got her 2016 season off to a solid start by placing 4th at the March 5 Clermont Challenge Pan American Cup race in Florida.

Ottawa soccer player competing for Costa Rica at CONCACAF U-17s

Updated On: March 10, 2016
With a 4-2 loss to Mexico on March 4 and a 3-2 win over Jamaica on March 6, 14-year-old Ottawa soccer player Carmin Marin’s Costa Rican under-17 women’s soccer team maintained a faint hope of advancing to the knockout stage at the CONCACAF U-17 Women’s Championship in Grenada, with a final group match against USA looming.

2 wins, 4 losses for local wheelchair rugby player with Canada at Rio test event

Updated On: March 10, 2016
Patrice Dagenais and the Canadian wheelchair rugby team beat Brazil twice (61-42 & 53-40) but lost a pair of contests to both Australia (60-52 & 66-57) and champion Great Britain (57-53 & 50-47) at the Feb. 26-28 Rio test event in Brazil.

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