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McCulloch’s 11th leads Lions results at IAAF U20 worlds

Created On: August 1, 2016
Longfields-Davidson Heights Secondary School student Shona McCulloch ran to a 5-second personal best and a Canadian youth record of 9:16.93 when she placed 11th in the women’s 3,000 m at the July 19-24 IAAF World Under-20 Track-and-Field Championships.

Local goalball veteran fired up for return to Paralympics

Updated On: July 3, 2016
Heading into the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games, Ottawa’s Amy Burk has a chip on her shoulder. First, there’s the stinging memory of the London 2012 Paralympics when she and her Canadian women’s goalball teammates suffered a heartbreaking overtime loss to keep them out of the medal round.

Army Run launched future Paralympian’s sitting volleyball career

Created On: April 13, 2016
Chantal Beauchesne experienced two unplanned life-changing events in 2009. The first was not at all pleasant. She was the passenger during a motorcycle crash and had her left leg amputated on the spot when it was sliced by a hydro post cable.

2 wins, 4 losses for local wheelchair rugby player with Canada at Rio test event

Updated On: March 10, 2016
Patrice Dagenais and the Canadian wheelchair rugby team beat Brazil twice (61-42 & 53-40) but lost a pair of contests to both Australia (60-52 & 66-57) and champion Great Britain (57-53 & 50-47) at the Feb. 26-28 Rio test event in Brazil.

Parasnowboard lands on podium & just misses at World Cups

Updated On: March 10, 2016
Ottawa Akademy snowboarder John Leslie placed 2nd and 4th at February parasnowboard World Cup events in Colorado and B.C.

Dorion & Delaney take World Sledge Hockey Challenge silver

Updated On: January 28, 2016
Ottawa national sledge hockey team players Marc Dorion and Ben Delaney had to settle for a heartbreaking silver medal from the Jan. 17-23 Hockey Canada-organized World Sledge Hockey Challenge in Nova Scotia, falling 3-2 in overtime to USA in the tournament final.

Dunkerley survives Qatar heat to win IPC 5,000 m world silver

Updated On: December 3, 2015
In a race where half the field succumbed to the intense desert heat and failed to finish, Ottawa’s Jason Dunkerley survived the T11 men’s 5,000-metre race and was rewarded with a silver medal at the International Paralympic Committee Athletics World Championships on Oct. 26 in Doha, Qatar.

Wheelchair rugby player will enter Paralympics with Canada ranked #1

Updated On: December 3, 2015
On their heels on their gold medal performance at the Toronto 2015 Parapan Am Games, Patrice Dagenais and the Canadian wheelchair rugby team assumed the #1  world ranking for the first time since 2002 thanks to their victory at the Oct. 12-16 World Wheelchair Rugby Challenge in London, UK.

Brown 14th, Robbins 8th at triathlon worlds

Updated On: October 7, 2015
Ottawa para-triathlete Christine Robbins placed 8th in the PT5 category for athletes with visual impairments at the Sept. 15-19 ITU World Triathlon Grand Final in Chicago.

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.

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