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St-Germain returns to golf world juniors at home

Updated On: September 11, 2015
Grace St-Germain has been selected to play for Canada in her hometown as The Marshes Golf Club prepares to host the World Junior Girls Championship from Sept. 20-25. The 17-year-old helped Canada to a 3rd-place finish in the team event at last year’s inaugural girls’ world juniors.

Team Homan blasts off with perfect record at season’s first WCT event

Updated On: September 11, 2015
The Ottawa Curling Club rink of Lisa Weagle, Joanne Courtney, Emma Miskew and skip Rachel Homan got their 2015-16 season off to a perfect start with a 7-0 record and women’s title at the season-opening World Curling Tour event in Oakville.

Group rhythmic gymnast hits new PB before Olympic qualifier

Updated On: September 11, 2015
Kanata Rhythmic Gymnastics Club product Lucinda Nowell and the Canadian group rhythmic gymnastics team achieved new personal best scores in both of their events at the Aug. 15-16 World Cup event in Bulgaria to place 14th in the qualification round.

Bronze medal for Simac, and some cool Games memories

Created On: August 9, 2015
As a competition that didn’t count towards Olympic qualification or world ranking points, the Pan Am Games were more of a tune-up for bigger events ahead for Adam Simac and the Canadian men’s volleyball team.

Toronto 2015 triathlete's first stop on trying comeback trail

Created On: August 9, 2015
Joanna Brown did her job at the Pan Am Games. The Carp triathlete knew she wasn’t back in good enough shape to contend for the podium, but it was possible that a couple of her Canadian teammates were.

Games debut leaves karateka hungry for more

Created On: August 9, 2015
There’d been little action in Jasmine Landry’s first karate bout at the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games, but with 10 seconds remaining in her contest against Chile’s Lorena Salamanca, the Mississauga Hershey Centre crowd roared its encouragement, chanting “Ca-na-da, Ca-na-da!”

Ottawa Sportspage cover story: Golden Games

Updated On: August 8, 2015
Melissa Bishop’s upset 800 m win part of major Ottawa medal haul exceeding 2 dozen at TO2015

Gee-Gee grad flies to Pan Am rugby gold

Updated On: August 8, 2015
Coming off 55-0, 60-0 and 45-0 victories over Colombia, Mexico and Argentina, Team Canada was about to receive its first real test of the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games against USA. Before you could barely blink an eye from the opening kickoff, there was Natasha Watcham-Roy blazing towards the try zone, igniting the first of many roars from the Canadian crowd.

Devastating home Games letdown for pentathlete

Updated On: August 8, 2015
From the highest of highs to the lowest of lows, Melanie McCann’s Pan Am Games were a total whirlwind. The 25-year-old has been through a great number of modern pentathlons in her career now, but Toronto 2015 showed her about the widest range of emotions possible in her five-sports-in-one-day pursuit.

Canadian quad rowing girls flex muscles a year outside Olympics

Updated On: August 8, 2015
Kate Goodfellow was in the middle of a Canadian gold rush on the Royal Canadian Henley race course in St. Catharines, helping the host nation dominate the Pan Am Games rowing competition.

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