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Axemen fall 1 win short of national lacrosse title

Updated On: September 11, 2015
Bolstered by the return of National Lacrosse League stars Callum Crawford (pictured, left) and Caleb Wiles to their hometown team, the Capital Region Axemen made it all the way to the final of the Canadian Lacrosse National Championships on Sept. 5 in St. Catharines.

International title & Pan Am Games spectacle fuel boxer’s Olympic dream

Updated On: September 11, 2015
Erica Adjei didn’t care much for sports when she was younger. But on her 18th birthday, it all changed when a friend made a comment that would be a turning point in her life.

Ottawa racks up rugby feats

Updated On: September 11, 2015
Canada fell to USA 41-23 in a men’s international rugby exhibition game on Aug. 22 at Twin Elm Rugby Park in Richmond. There were no Ottawa players involved in the contest, however local products have excelled on a number of other rugby stages recently.

Dagenais scores gold in wheelchair rugby’s Parapan debut

Updated On: September 11, 2015
Winning gold and hearing O Canada was a long time coming for Patrice Dagenais and the Canadian national wheelchair rugby team, who won their first major international title since the 2002 World Championships at 2015 Parapan Am Games Aug. 7-15 in Toronto.

Local baseball player helps Canada to 6th at U18 worlds

Updated On: September 11, 2015
Ottawa’s Demi Orimoloye and the Canadian men’s under-18 national team placed 6th at the Aug. 28-Sept. 6 WBSC U-18 Baseball World Cup in Japan.

Gold & silver for local pentathletes at nationals

Updated On: September 11, 2015
Local modern pentathletes Garnett Stevens and Melanie McCann earned the gold and silver medals respectively in the men’s and women’s competitions at the Aug. 15-16 Canadian Championships in Kitchener-Waterloo.

Big medal haul for locals at Special Olympics World Games

Updated On: September 11, 2015
Kimana Mar won 5 gold and a silver and Christina Judd-Campbell won 4 gold and a silver in rhythmic gymnastics at the July 25-Aug. 2 Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles, while Ottawa’s Meagan Michie captured a gold, a silver and 2 bronze in swimming, and Marianne Scharf scored a silver and a bronze in track-and-field.

Local ice dance teams impress on Jr. Grand Prix circuit

Updated On: September 11, 2015
A pair of local ice dance pairs earned solid results representing Canada in August ISU Junior Grand Prix competitions. Audrey Croteau-Villeneuve and Jeff Hough of the Minto Skating Club placed 6th at their event in Slovakia, while Kanata siblings Melinda and Andrew Meng had the 3rd-best free dance en route to a 5th-place finish overall and a new international personal-best score of 130.51 points at their competition in Latvia.

2 local triathletes set to line up for world championships

Updated On: September 11, 2015
Ottawa’s Christine Robbins earned a silver medal in the PT5 women’s para-triathlon event at an ITU World Triathlon Series event on Sept. 5 in Edmonton.

3 national titles, 7 medals in total for local whitewater paddlers

Updated On: September 11, 2015
Ottawa River Runners paddlers earned 7 podium performances at the 2015 Canadian National Whitewater Championships in Chilliwack, B.C. Pan Am Games silver medallist Cam Smedley won the men’s C-1 competition, followed by his brother, Liam Smedley, while Cam also teamed up with Ben Hayward to win the C-2 event.

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