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Local skier captures 1st career World Cup victory

Updated On: April 9, 2015
World Championships silver medallist Dustin Cook concluded his breakout international ski season with a World Cup bronze medal followed his first career victory at the World Cup Finals in France, beating the reigning Olympic super-g champion from Norway on March 19.

Former Mav celebrates 1st CIS volleyball crown

Created On: March 17, 2015
Ottawa native Sophie Carpentier helped lift the Trinity Western University Spartans to their first-ever Canadian Interuniversity Sport women’s volleyball national championship on March 1 at the University of Toronto.

Lisgar & Glebe combine to win all available OFSAA nordic titles

Updated On: March 11, 2015
Beyond domination. That is how Lisgar Collegiate Institute nordic ski coach Darius Arjang describes the local results from the last two OFSAA Nordic Ski Championships.

2-time Olympian Perianne Jones plans to retire

Updated On: March 11, 2015
Local cross-country skier Perianne Jones went out with a bang at what she strongly suggested would be the last FIS Nordic World Ski Championships of her career on Feb. 24 in Falun, Sweden.

Young Gun

Updated On: February 11, 2015
4 local Canada Winter Games athletes show capital’s emergence as province’s biathlon hub

Ottawa sends 4 alpine skiers to Canada Winter Games

Updated On: February 11, 2015
They’ve all been on skis just about as long as they’ve been able to stand up, but the three local Team Ontario alpine ski members fully understand that their Canada Winter Games runs won’t be any old trip down the hill.

New Thunder Bay home serves XC skier well

Updated On: February 11, 2015
He was used to turning heads locally with his blazing speed on cross-country skis, and though he’s now found plenty of speedy company at the national development centre in Thunder Bay, Ben Wilkinson-Zan continues to attract awestruck stares from onlookers at his new home base.

Breakout season culminates in world silver

Updated On: February 11, 2015
A terrific season just keeps getting better for skier Dustin Cook. The 25-year-old from Ottawa reached the international podium for the first time in his career in the biggest race of the season on Feb. 5 at the FIS World Ski Championships in Beaver Creek, CO.

Freezing weather lifts local skiers at Easterns

Updated On: February 11, 2015
Cold temperatures did not chill the performances of more than 600 athletes at the Jan. 30-Feb. 1 Canadian Eastern Championships held at Nakkertok Nordic’s cross-country ski complex in Cantley.

Local alpine skier wins 3 of 4 Ontario series competitions

Created On: February 11, 2015
Louis-Riel high school and Harvard University grad Rebecca Nadler was the dominant performer during four days of Ontario FIS races at Craigleith and Georgian Peaks ski clubs in Collingwood.

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