Scotties champs want to keep up home team win streak at 2018 Olympic trials in Ottawa
Updated On: March 2, 2017
Team Homan kept their perfect record as the home team at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts alive to capture a third career national women’s curling crown on Feb. 26 in St. Catharines.
Sinclair & McEwen win curling Continental Cup
Updated On: February 3, 2017
A pair of Ottawa-raised curlers helped Team North America to victory at the Jan. 12-15 World Financial Group Continental Cup in Las Vegas.
Nepean athlete ready to return to centre-stage at figure skating nationals
Created On: December 14, 2016
In 2014, Alaine Chartrand competed in the Canadian Tire National Skating Championships in Ottawa, where the Nepean Skating Club product is set to return for the 2017 edition of the event from Jan. 16-22.
Homan hot in curling season opener
Updated On: October 5, 2016
The Rachel Homan Ottawa Curling Club rink trounced the competition in their season-opening World Curling Tour event Sept. 15-18 in Cornwall.
Ottawa the super sports city set to welcome tons of championships
Created On: April 10, 2016
Basketball, canoe slalom, curling, cycling, figure skating, golf, ice cross downhill, mixed martial arts, rugby, tennis, track-and-field, triathlon and volleyball. It’ll be a sports lover’s dream in 2016 and 2017 as Ottawa gets set to host major events in each one of those sports (and odds are solid that hockey and football will join that list).
Morris cools off and misses Brier playoffs
Updated On: April 10, 2016
After a solid 3-0 start, Ottawa native John Morris and his Pat Simmons-skipped Team Canada curling rink cooled off and finished 6-5 to miss the four-team playoff round by one place at the Mar. 3-13 Tim Hortons Brier at TD Place.
Updated On: March 10, 2016
Ottawa native John Morris (left) and his Pat Simmons-skipped Team Canada rink got off to a hot start at the March 5-13 Tim Hortons Brier at TD Place, jumping to the top of the men’s national curling championship tournament standings with a 3-0 record after five draws.
Hanna humbles Homan in all-Ottawa Ontario Scotties curling final
Created On: January 28, 2016
The Jenn Hanna rink dropped a bombshell in Brampton that rocked the Canadian curling scene as they upset their Ottawa Curling Club counterparts and world #1-ranked Rachel Homan to claim Ontario’s lone entry in the Feb. 20-28 Scotties Tournament of Hearts.
World Championships silver medallist skier & runner earn Athlete of the Year honours at Ottawa Sports Awards
Updated On: January 28, 2016
Dustin Cook and Melissa Bishop are both speedsters – the first on skis, the second on shoes – and they both celebrated sweet silver medals at World Championships in 2015.
Back-to-back Grand Slam-winning Team Homan off to blazing start
Updated On: December 3, 2015
The Ottawa Curling Club rink of skip Rachel Homan, third Emma Miskew, second Joanne Courtney and lead Lisa Weagle has been on absolute fire to start the 2015-16 season, winning 5 of 6 tournaments they’ve entered and reaching the final of the other.
Team Homan leads this season’s World Curling Tour order of merit by an unheard of 160+-point margin ahead of Team Jennifer Jones (417.613-255.746) thanks to tournament triumphs in Oakville, Stockholm and Calgary and Grand Slam event victories in Truro, NS and most recently in Oshawa Nov. 10-15.