Ottawa rhythmic gymnasts Christina Judd-Campbell and Kimana Mar, swimmer Meagan Michie and track-and-field athlete Marianne Scharf are all is Los Angeles from July 25-Aug. 2 to represent Canada at the 2015 Special Olympics World Games.
Kanata rhythmic gymnast wins back-to-back Pan Am medals
Updated On: July 20, 2015
Rhythmic gymnast Lucinda Nowell captured her second medal of the Pan Am Games on Monday afternoon, helping the Canadian group rhythmic team to a 6 clubs, 2 hoops event final bronze a day after earning a matching bronze in the 5 ribbons event final.
Page produces provincial rhythmic triple crown
Updated On: July 19, 2015
The three-peat is complete for Cleo Page of the Ottawa Rhythmic Gymnastics Club. The 16-year-old captured her third consecutive all-around title at the June 13-14 provincial championships in Burlington, this time topping the Level 6B category, with gold medal wins for her ball and hoop routines and bronze for clubs.
Bittersweet silver squash player’s 3rd medal of Pan Ams
Created On: July 19, 2015
Sam Cornett earned her third medal of the Pan Am Games on Friday night at Exhibition Place with a silver in the women’s team event, but after winning singles bronze and doubles silver earlier, the 24-year-old veteran of the Canadian women’s squash team was disappointed to not complete her collection.
Gymnasts mine Canadian gold in Gatineau
Created On: June 18, 2015
Sofia Baggio won the first national title of her career while Sam Zakutney earned a Canadian crown for the sixth year in a row to lead the Ottawa contingent across the river at the May 26-31 Canadian Gymnastics Championships in Gatineau.
12-year-old Miller a rhythmic thriller
Updated On: June 13, 2015
At age 12, Haley Miller has enjoyed a rapid rise in the rhythmic gymnastics world, and this summer she’ll get to see the world because of it.
Theme weeks a hit at popular Tumblers camps
Updated On: June 13, 2015
Superheroes, magicians, princesses, alien hunters, lions and tigers and bears, oh my! If you thought gymnastics camp was only about practicing somersaults and walking on the balance beam, then you sure haven’t seen Tumblers Gymnastics Centre summer camps.
Gymnastics nationals qualifier beats broken bone
Created On: May 19, 2015
Local athletes completed a number of comeback stories by overcoming illness, broken bones and earlier subpar performances to secure their spots in the May 26-31 Canadian Gymnastics Championships at Branchaud-Brière Complex in Gatineau.
The sister act of Bella and Catarina Musca followed one another to the podium in back-to-back sessions of Level 7 competition at the April 9-12 Ontario Men’s and Women’s Artistic Gymnastics Championships in Windsor.
Updated On: May 6, 2015
Hundreds and hundreds of young gymnasts took part in local invitational meets on back-to-back weekends. The Tumblers Gymnastics Centre hosted its 15th-annual Tumblers Classic from April 24-26 in Orleans, while Les Sittelles held their Envol meet for the 26th year from May 1-3.