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Jason Dunkerley and Colleen Hayes well along on recovery road from kidney transplant

Updated On: May 11, 2013
Love was most definitely in the air at this year’s Alive to Strive race on April 27 at Mooney’s Bay.

Dorion wins gold at sledge worlds

Created On: May 11, 2013
Ottawa’s Marc Dorion and the Canadian sledge hockey team are back on top of the world, one year outside the Sochi Paralympic Games. The Canadian sledge hockey team returned home with gold medals after completing a perfect 5-0 tournament at the 2013 world championships  in Goyang, South Korea.

Wheelchair curling keeps drive alive

Updated On: April 13, 2013
For Collinda Joseph, the competitive edge has always been there. Whether it was as a spring-board  diver as a teenager, later when she looked to wheelchair basketball following a 1983 train crash in France during a high school senior French trip, or now, as a national-level wheelchair curler.

Schloss helps Canada to season-opening paraequestrian win

Updated On: April 13, 2013
Barrhaven’s Jody Schloss won all three of her Grade 1a classes to help Canada to a team championship at a MArch 14-17 paraequestrian event in Florida.

Who will be in Sochi?

Updated On: March 28, 2013
A dozen or more Ottawa athletes could represent Canada in Sochi, with numerous medal contenders

National paratriathlon comes to Carleton

Created On: February 7, 2013
Call it another coup for the capital. For years, Ottawa’s top triathletes have had to move away to find optimal training, but now, on the heels of the Regional Training Centre launch a year ago at the University of Ottawa, the country’s first National Paratriathlon Academy will also be coming to town at Carleton University.

Canadian triathlon

Updated On: February 7, 2013
He tripped and fell twice due to cracks and bumps in the ice, but Orleans’ Kevin Frost became the first deaf-blind athlete to complete the 8 km skating portion of the Winterlude Triathlon Feb. 2 on the Rideau Canal. Frost completed the relay with visually-impaired skier Leona Emberson and sighted runner Sean Maddox.

Ottawa Special Olympian snowshoer places 4th

Updated On: February 7, 2013
Orleans resident Jacob Mathews finished fourth in his first event the Special Olympics World Winter Games Jan. 29-Feb. 5 in PyeongChang, South Korea.

Locals receive Diamond Jubilee medals

Updated On: February 7, 2013
Jason Dunkerley and Josh Karanja each picked up their third British medals in the space of a few months at a ceremony on Jan. 25 at Hotel Indigo on Metcalfe St.

1st marathon on skates race for Frost

Updated On: January 10, 2013
Ottawa deaf-blind speed skater Kevin Frost completed his first 42 km marathon at a December competition in Lake Placid, NY. Racing able-bodied competitors, the 45-year-old earned a silver medal in that event and a bronze in a sprint competition.

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