Lauren McGuire: Make Moments Matter

See video


Club Profile


Pilypaitis sees limited court time in solid Canadian FIBA worlds showing

Updated On: October 9, 2014
Coming off a concussion before the tournament, Orleans native Courtnay Pilypaitis played no more than nine minutes in any of Canada's seven games at the Sept. 27-Oct. 5 FIBA women's basketball world championships in Turkey.

Ottawa swimmer cashes in on Pan Am opportunity with silver

Updated On: October 9, 2014
Ottawa's Montana Champagne won a silver medal in the men's 400-metre individual medley on Sept. 29 at the Pan Am Sports Festival's swimming competition in Mexico City.

Top MLB draft hope Orimoloye caps eventful summer with Pan Am bronze

Updated On: October 9, 2014
Being a highly-touted baseball prospect means Demi Orimoloye is used to being quite busy. But the last few weeks have been a whirlwind (literally) for the 17-year-old Ottawa Nepean Canadians star.

Nepean players push Canada to all-time best international field hockey result

Created On: September 12, 2014
Nepean Nighthawks players Braedon Muldoon and Liam Manning wrote their way into the history books and collected Youth Olympic Games silver medals as they became the first-ever Canadian field hockey team to reach an international final on that type of stage.

Pinnacle moment, uncertain future

Updated On: September 6, 2014
Ottawa rugby player helps Canada to breakthrough appearance in Women’s World Cup final, but her next athletic steps remain in limbo without Olympic athlete funding assistance

Golden homecoming

Updated On: September 6, 2014
Ottawa’s Thea Froehlich won a Canadian title on the whitewater course where she spent plenty of summers in her youth at the Madawaska Kanu Centre in nearby Barry’s Bay. The 22-year-old kayaker topped the women’s K-1 division at the Aug. 26-29 Canoe Slalom National Championships.

Denied a prior berth, swimmer earns coveted jr. worlds spot

Updated On: September 6, 2014
Being asked to represent Canada is a treasured moment for many athletes, but for Ottawa native Maddie Walker-Byron, getting the call to compete at the FINA World Junior Synchro Championships in Helsinki was all that more special since she’d been excluded from last year’s junior national team.

Ottawa Rowing Club athlete wins worlds silver

Updated On: September 6, 2014
It’d be tough to find another summer sport where Canadians feel some disappointment when they finish second, fifth and sixth in the world, but that was the case for the three members of the Ottawa Rowing Club who competed at the World Rowing Championships Aug. 24-31 in windy Amsterdam.

Dagenais wins worlds silver half way to Rio

Updated On: September 6, 2014
Patrice Dagenais has his eyes set on one thing next: a gold medal. The 29-year-old member of the Canadian wheelchair rugby team settled for his second silver medal in a row from peak international competition at the Aug. 4-10 World Championships in Denmark.

Pilypaitis expects to be back from concussion in time for worlds

Updated On: September 6, 2014
Ottawa native Courtnay Pilypaitis was fully psyched up for her biggest competition since her team’s quarter-final appearance at the London 2012 Olympics. And she still is despite sustaining a concussion in practice prior to Canada’s departure for a series of European exhibition games in advance of the Sept. 27-Oct. 5 FIBA women’s basketball world championships in Turkey.

Keep up to date!     Newsletter RSS feed Facebook Icon Twitter Icon

Ottawa Fury camps

For advertising inquiries, download our Advertising Guide or call (613) 261-5838.


Meaghan Smith: Gymnastics

Know someone who should be Star of the Month? Nominate them