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Squash player’s run culminates with national crown

Updated On: May 13, 2014
Deep River native Samantha Cornett, who spent her teenage years training in Ottawa to launch her international career, followed up her unexpected trip to the final-16 at the women's squash world championships with an appearance in the final of a Women's Squash Association World Tour event.

Volley victors: Ottawa volleyball players earn titles and distinctions locally, in Ontario, Canada & globally

Created On: April 24, 2014
Whether it's high school or club provincials, university nationals or the international stage, a remarkable number of local players' names continue to pop up at the top of various levels of volleyball.

National Capital gymnast earns Brazilian bronze

Updated On: April 9, 2014
It might be hard to find any other 15-year-olds with as impressive a medal collection as Sam Zakutney, and his aren't simply given out for showing up and participating.

Sledge Paralympians take bronze

Updated On: April 9, 2014
The colour of the medal wasn't his first pick, but having a Paralympic bronze around his neck nevertheless felt pretty good for Ottawa's Marc Dorion.

Ottawa keeper stays home to live pro dreams

Updated On: April 9, 2014
Seven years ago, he was a wide-eyed youngster, lucky enough to stand alongside the stars of the FIFA U20 World Cup at Lansdowne Park as a flag bearer.

Ice & Devils return to nationals

Updated On: April 9, 2014
Both of Ottawa's National Ringette League clubs are back at the Canadian Ringette Championships this year, with the third-seeded Ottawa Ice and seventh-seeded Gloucester Devils in Regina April 7-12 to chase a national title.

Chartrand rebounds in big way

Updated On: April 9, 2014
With Olympic dreams in sight, Alaine Chartrand of the Nepean Skating Club was devastated to fall short of that objective by placing fifth at January's qualifier in Kanata, a year after winning a bronze medal at the Canadian Tire National Skating Championships.

Former Gee-Gee Blomberg wins Crashed Ice bronze

Created On: April 9, 2014
Alicia Blomberg has experienced her fair share of adrenaline-pumping moments in a hockey career that included five years as a University of Ottawa Gee-Gee, but standing atop an icy chute about to descend a 500-metre track on a pair of skate blades, with 150,000 spectators cheering in anticipation, that’s a different proposition altogether.

3 Ottawa ultimate players selected for Canadian world junior teams

Updated On: April 9, 2014
Three Ottawa ultimate players were named to the Canadian national junior team in March.

Cook wins Nor-Am GS title & super-G national bronze

Updated On: April 9, 2014
Ottawa alpine skier Dustin Cook won a bronze medal in the super-G at the Sport Chek Canadian Championships on March 25 in Whistler.

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