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World Cup debut leaves gymnast hungry for more

Updated On: May 13, 2014
Along with clubs, hoops, balls, ribbons and ropes, Lucinda Nowell and her senior women’s national rhythmic gymnastics team have been bringing determination to their recent practices and competitions.

Ice capture club’s 1st NRL crown

Updated On: May 13, 2014
Youth, depth, fitness and a strong heart were the keys to a historic first title for the cardiac kids known as the Ottawa Ice, who captured the club’s first National Ringette League crown at the championship tournament in Regina.

Nasty crashes fail to quell cyclist’s Commonwealth hopes

Updated On: May 13, 2014
Even a broken jaw, broken C6 vertebrae, a concussion and a pile of missing teeth won’t stop Ottawa native Alex Cataford from getting back on a bike.

Ottawa triple-threat on Canada rugby team

Updated On: May 13, 2014
Three Ottawa natives are in the running to play at the Aug. 1-17 Women’s Rugby World Cup, as Julianne Zussman, Natasha Watcham-Roy and Asya Bartley compete in the final selections for spots on Team Canada.

Team Homan second slides off into Swedish sunset

Updated On: May 13, 2014
She’d been teammates with Rachel Homan and Emma Miskew for more than half of her life, becoming a dominant force in national and international competition. So when Alison Kreviazuk made the decision to step away from her Ottawa Curling Club mates to be with her boyfriend, Fredrik Lindberg, in Sweden, it was almost as heart-breaking as it was heart-warming for the 25-year-old.

First Fury fight

Updated On: May 13, 2014
Fans officially welcomed pro soccer to town May 19 as Ottawa Fury FC kicked off its inaugural NASL season.

OSU product debuts with Canadian youth soccer national team program

Updated On: May 13, 2014
Ottawa South United-brewed soccer player Zoom Langwa made his first appearance in Canadian colours with the under-16 men's national team program for the April 15-21 Montaigu Tournament in France.

8 young players begin hockey road to Pyeongchang

Updated On: May 13, 2014
Eight local players were invited to be part of Canadian national women's hockey team programs in April.

Morris breaks break plans, to suit up alongside defending Canadian champs

Updated On: May 13, 2014
Ottawa native John Morris has cancelled his plans for a year off from competitive curling, electing to take over the rink made up of Pat Simmons, Carter Rycroft and Nolan Thiessen formerly skipped by Kevin Koe, who is forming a new team of his own for next season.

Paralympic snowboarder earns national award

Updated On: May 13, 2014
Ottawa Akademy snowboarder John Leslie received the Auclair Team Spirit Award from Canada Snowboard in April in recognition of his strong results, leadership skills, positive impact on teammates, dedication to his community and for acting as excellent representative for the sport at home and abroad.

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