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St. Matthew hurdler beats Felicien & Lopes-Schliep records

Updated On: July 8, 2016
Lasagna is the fuel that fires the Ottawa athlete most determined to be “the fastest kid on hurdles in Canada.” In the space of three weeks, Keira Christie-Galloway erased the names of Canada’s two greatest female sprint hurdlers of all-time from the record books.

Rugby vet returns to national team

Updated On: July 3, 2016
Ottawa native Julianne Zussman, a Rugby World Cup silver medallist in 2014, will be back in Canadian colours for July’s Women's Rugby Super Series event in Salt Lake City, while Natasha Smith of the Barrhaven Scottish will play for the Maple Leafs side in a two-match series vs USA in Utah.

St. Peter Knights back for more at OFSAA girls’ rugby

Created On: June 1, 2016
The reigning OFSAA silver-medallist St. Peter Knights repeated as national capital champions with a 26-5 city final victory over Glebe on May 24. Glebe also gets a ticket to the provincials thanks to an additional host berth as Ottawa gets set to welcome Ontario’s best for the May 30-June 1 championships at Twin Elm Rugby Park.

Past Gee-Gees rugby captain returns to Canadian lineup in last stop before Olympics

Updated On: June 1, 2016
It was a triumphant return to the Canadian women’s rugby sevens team’s lineup for Natasha Watcham-Roy on May 28-29 in France. The former University of Ottawa Gee-Gees captain made her first appearance of the Women’s Seven Series season and helped Canada to its second Series title of all time.

2015 silver-medallist St. Peter Knights seek return to OFSAA for home provincials

Updated On: May 6, 2016
The reigning OFSAA ‘AAA’ silver-medallist St. Peter Knights are hungry to take another crack at the top of the provincial high school girls’ rugby circuit, doubly famished by the dangling carrot of playing in OFSAA at home.

Ottawa the super sports city set to welcome tons of championships

Created On: April 10, 2016
Basketball, canoe slalom, curling, cycling, figure skating, golf, ice cross downhill, mixed martial arts, rugby, tennis, track-and-field, triathlon and volleyball. It’ll be a sports lover’s dream in 2016 and 2017 as Ottawa gets set to host major events in each one of those sports (and odds are solid that hockey and football will join that list).

Local rugby players medal nationally

Updated On: April 10, 2016
Three local players claimed medals at the inaugural Rugby Canada National U18 Sevens Championships Mar. 10-12 in Vancouver. The Ottawa Indians’ Myles Donoghue and the Bytown Blues’ Elias Hancock won silver with the Ontario 1 men’s team, while Gabriel Casey of the Barrhaven Scottish earned bronze with the Ontario 2 men.

Capital loses 2 local sports scene stalwarts

Updated On: March 10, 2016
Ottawa lost two familiar faces from its amateur sports scene in the past month. Bill Foster coached men’s and women’s junior and senior teams with the Ottawa Irish Rugby Club, while Terry McKinty was a pioneer in the local triathlon and running community though his Somersault Events operation.

Stittsville rugby player appears for Canada

Updated On: March 10, 2016
Stittsville native Conor Keys was part of the Canadian men’s rugby under-20 national team for a World Rugby U20 Trophy qualification match on Feb. 13 in Austin, TX.

St. Peter CHS rugby coach picked to lead Ravens

Updated On: March 10, 2016
The Carleton Ravens elevated assistant coach Pat Thompson into the head coach position for their women’s rugby team, the school announced in early March.

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