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5 new faces in Ottawa Sports Hall

Updated On: May 13, 2014
The Ottawa Sports Hall of Fame will welcome five more members, as Kristina Groves, Wayne Giardino, Todd Nicholson, Tom Casey and Ed Laverty join the Hall’s already luxurious family at a May 7 induction ceremony at City Hall.

Paralympic snowboarder earns national award

Updated On: May 13, 2014
Ottawa Akademy snowboarder John Leslie received the Auclair Team Spirit Award from Canada Snowboard in April in recognition of his strong results, leadership skills, positive impact on teammates, dedication to his community and for acting as excellent representative for the sport at home and abroad.

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.

Orleans takes 1st prize in second tier, Stittsville 2nd in tier 1 at sledge tourney

Updated On: April 9, 2014
A local team took home top prize at the 10th anniversary edition of the Sledge Hockey of Eastern Ontario Tournament.

First career World Cup medals boost Leslie ahead of Paralympic debut

Created On: March 17, 2014
He’s at the top of his game. In a matter of days, John Leslie could be at the top of his sport. March 14 will mark the seminal race of the 21-year-old snowboarder’s budding career.

Dorion wants back on top of podium in 3rd Paralympics

Updated On: March 20, 2014
Still young at age 26, Marc Dorion has a long career ahead of him, but the Ottawa sledge hockey player also has a long career behind him. Sochi will be the 11-year national team member’s third Paralympic Winter Games.

High school student Delaney rises rapidly onto top sledge stage

Updated On: March 7, 2014
Preparing to compete in the Winter Games for the first time is a stressful adventure for any athlete, but Ottawa sledge hockey player Ben Delaney had one extra challenge on his plate in the lead-up to the Sochi Paralympics that most others didn’t – homework.

Still learning new sport and new reality, Bisson fast-tracks Paralympic plan

Updated On: March 7, 2014
When Caroline Bisson started feeling shoulder pain in March 2007, it took a number of doctors, and years of tests, before she was told she had contracted a rare form of bone cancer.

Skier combines work & play to earn Paralympic trip to native Russia

Created On: March 7, 2014
Meshing full-time work with training to be amongst the world’s best para-nordic skiers is always a challenging juggling act for Margarita Gorbounova, but the 29-year-old from Ottawa is nonetheless ready to tackle the biggest test of her career yet when she returns to her Russian homeland for the 2014 Paralympic Games.

Ottawa staff back Canadian Paralympic team’s drive

Updated On: March 7, 2014
Along with the five local athletes set to compete in Sochi, there are a number of Ottawa coaches, managers and staff working to support the Canadian team for the Paralympic Games.

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