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Ottawa Pan Am Games athletes

Updated On: July 9, 2015
There will be over 30 athletes from Ottawa in action at the July 10-26 Pan Am Games in Toronto.

Elite women’s soccer team missing in Ottawa

Updated On: July 9, 2015
The catchphrase of the FIFA Women’s World Cup was “To A Greater Goal.” In Ottawa, many voices in the local soccer community say the greater goal our city must achieve is clear: return an elite women’s team to the capital.

Local cyclists set stage for home nationals

Updated On: July 9, 2015
A year before the nation’s capital hosts the Canadian Road Cycling Championships, a trio of Ottawa cyclists all finished amongst the leaders at the 2015 nationals in St-Georges, Que.

Water polo goalie helps Canada to 6th place

Updated On: July 9, 2015
National team goalkeeper Jessica Gaudreault of the Capital Wave Water Polo Club backstopped the Canadian women to a shootout win over the Netherlands in the FINA World League Super Final tournament opener June 9-14 in Shanghai.

1-pt loss at home a killer for Outlaws ultimate

Updated On: July 9, 2015
The D.C. Breeze dealt the host Ottawa Outlaws a 26-25 heartbreaker on July 4 at Carleton University to put a dagger in the first-year American Ultimate Disk League franchise’s playoff hopes.

Judokas win national medals & nomination to Parapan team

Updated On: July 9, 2015
London 2012 Paralympian Tony Walby, 41, was one of four athletes nominated to the Canadian judo team for the Toronto 2015 Parapan Am Games.

Local ballers help Canada to FIBA Americas silver & best-ever worlds finish

Updated On: July 9, 2015
Ottawa’s Noah Kirkwood was a silver medallist for the Canadian under-16 men’s basketball team at the June 10-14 FIBA Americas Championships in Argentina.

Unexpectedly excluded, whitewater paddler fights for chance to race during Pan Am Games

Updated On: June 13, 2015
Halfway through her first run at the canoe slalom national team trials in Minden, Ont., Alexandra McGee was already in trouble. The Gloucester native missed a gate on the whitewater course and had to paddle hard against the current to backtrack. She gave up precious seconds in the process and couldn’t make up the difference over her final three runs of the women’s C1 (canoe single) event, placing 2nd behind Calgary’s Haley Daniels, who claimed Canada’s lone Pan Am Games entry in the discipline.

Glasgow 2014 vet retires with many injuries, plenty of pride

Updated On: June 13, 2015
Daring to be different works for Isabelle Després. That is, it worked until the age side of the weigh scale tipped lower than the experience side.

Cornett conquers 3rd-straight Canadian crown

Updated On: June 13, 2015
Ottawa-bred squash player Samantha Cornett won her third consecutive Canadian women’s singles national title on May 2 in Toronto.

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