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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.

Paralympians collect Queen’s award

Updated On: January 10, 2013
Ottawa Paralympic rower David Blair was one of 25 Olympians and Paralympians to receive Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medals from Canadian sport minister Bal Gosal in Toronto on Dec. 21

Dorion wins world sledge challenge silver

Updated On: January 10, 2013
Ottawa's Marc Dorion got Canada started on the right foot at December's World Sledge Hockey Challenge by scoring a hat trick in the Canadians' tournament opener against Japan.

Para-taekwondo bronze for Stasiak

Updated On: December 7, 2012
Ottawa’s Ken Stasiak is once again a para-taekwondo world championships medalist. The Tae E. Lee club member who has little use of his right arm earned bronze in the men’s A6 80 kg+ division at the Nov. 22 competition in Santa Cruz, Aruba.

Two locals honoured with Coaching Association of Canada awards

Created On: December 7, 2012
Recognized as one of Canada’s most innovative and prolific coaches over a vast career in water polo, Ottawa’s David Hart received the Coaching Association of Canada’s Geoff Gowan Award for lifetime contribution to coaching development in November.

Local para-speed skating crusader raises $20,000+ to support new national organization

Created On: November 10, 2012
Visually impaired speed skaters are thrilled with the creation of the new Visually Impaired Speed Skating Association of Canada (VISSAC), a non-profit organization that has two main goals: provide these athletes with opportunities to compete nationally and internationally, and get the sport sanctioned at the Paralympic Games.

Blind Ambition movie tells life story of para-speed skater

Updated On: October 14, 2012
The premiere of a movie on local deaf-blind speed skater Kevin Frost premieres at the Centrum Plaza's Mayfair Theatre on Thursday, Oct. 18 at 7 p.m.

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