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Early winter a blessing for Paralympian

Updated On: December 3, 2013
Ottawa’s harsh winter has unofficially started, and Margarita Gorbounova couldn’t be happier.

Sledge hockey, TKD, Manotick & City View curling projects need online votes for funding

Updated On: December 3, 2013
Four local sports projects competing for funding from the Aviva Community Fund are into the semi-final voting round.

Lions wheelchair racer loses Chicago & Ottawa defending-champion titles

Updated On: November 5, 2013
Ottawa Lion Josh Cassidy placed fifth in the men's wheelchair division at the Oct. 24 Chicago Marathon. Cassidy was the defending champion at the event.

Online voting to determine local sports projects’ funding fate

Updated On: October 9, 2013
Several local sports groups are amongst the candidates for Aviva Community Fund grants.

Paratriathlete captures third consecutive world title in London

Updated On: October 9, 2013
Ottawa’s Jennifer Hopkins captured her third-straight world championship title in the paratriathlon les autres category at September's ITU Grand Final in London, England.

A Petit visit

Updated On: September 9, 2013
12-time Paralympic gold medalist Chantal Petitclerc was in town Aug. 24 as keynote speaker for the Shoppers Drug Mart Run for Women Series, which supports women’s mental health programs.

Team Canada vet, rookie share golden sledge win at Sochi test event

Updated On: September 9, 2013
On Sept. 1, the Canadian sledge hockey team won the colour of medal in Sochi, Russia they’d like to repeat come the 2014 Paralympic Games, capturing gold in the Four Nations Tournament.

FISU silver medal win for mom & dad

Updated On: August 5, 2013
When Mike Robertson earned his first-ever international medal – a silver from the July 6-17 FISU world student games in Kazan, Russia – he did something with it that he would do a million times without hesitation.

Dunkerley headed to worlds for 800 m

Created On: July 11, 2013
Jason Dunkerley is about as modest an athlete as they come, but it sounds downright strange to him that he enters the July 20-29 International Paralympic Committee track-and-field world championships as the defending gold medalist in the T11 800 metres for athletes with no vision.

Local para-speed skater honoured on Parliament Hill

Updated On: July 10, 2013
Orleans deaf-blind speed skater Kevin Frost was honoured at the House of Commons on June 20 for his athletic achievements, his pioneering role in promoting para-speed skating, and the numerous charitable causes he's helped support.

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