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Big medal haul for locals at Special Olympics World Games

Updated On: September 11, 2015
Kimana Mar won 5 gold and a silver and Christina Judd-Campbell won 4 gold and a silver in rhythmic gymnastics at the July 25-Aug. 2 Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles, while Ottawa’s Meagan Michie captured a gold, a silver and 2 bronze in swimming, and Marianne Scharf scored a silver and a bronze in track-and-field.

2 local triathletes set to line up for world championships

Updated On: September 11, 2015
Ottawa’s Christine Robbins earned a silver medal in the PT5 women’s para-triathlon event at an ITU World Triathlon Series event on Sept. 5 in Edmonton.

5-time Paralympic medallist leads Ottawa crew to Parapans

Updated On: August 8, 2015
Two-and-a-half years after a life-changing surgery, Ottawa runner Jason Dunkerley is rounding back into form – just in time for the Toronto 2015 Parapan Am Games.

4 locals headed to Special Olympics worlds

Updated On: August 8, 2015
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.

Judokas win national medals & nomination to Parapan team

Updated On: July 9, 2015
London 2012 Paralympian Tony Walby, 41, was one of four athletes nominated to the Canadian judo team for the Toronto 2015 Parapan Am Games.

Floor hockey fanatics

Updated On: June 13, 2015
The 2015 Special Olympics Ontario Provincial Floor Hockey Championships were held from May 7-9 at Carleton University. The Senators Division was won appropriately by a local team, the Ottawa Gladiators, while the Ottawa Spartans also finished on the provincial podium with a bronze medal in the Leafs Division.

Unsatisfying sledge worlds silver for Team Canada pair

Updated On: May 6, 2015
Whenever the equation of Team Canada plus hockey equals anything other than gold, it’s an unpleasant finish, but Ottawa’s Marc Dorion and Ben Delaney were able to find a bit a silver lining to their team’s runner-up performance at the April 26-May 3 IPC Sledge Hockey World Championship in Buffalo.

Capital hosts world’s largest special needs hockey tourney

Updated On: April 9, 2015
The Capital City Condors hosted the largest Special Hockey International Tournament to date with 73 teams as special needs hockey players lit up west-end areas with slapshots, slides and smiles from March 18-21.

Capital City Condors to host large special needs hockey tourney

Updated On: March 11, 2015
The Capital City Condors are set to host 75 teams for the largest-ever Special Hockey International Tournament March 18-21 at the Bell Sensplex, Kanata Rec Centre and Canadian Tire Centre.

Able-bodied wheelchair bball player boosts sport in Canada

Updated On: February 11, 2015
Playing wheelchair basketball doesn’t necessarily mean you are in a wheelchair all the time. That’s the case for Canada Winter Games participant Émilie Mondor, who was introduced to the sport while playing “stand-up” basketball.

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