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Carleton Ravens curlers rocket to perfect start at FISU Games

Updated On: February 11, 2015
The 2014 Canadian university-champion Carleton Ravens rink of Jessica Armstrong, Lauren Horton and Lynn Kreviazuk, along with new skip Breanne Meakin (in place of Jamie Sinclair, now based in the U.S.), was undefeated through their first 6 matches in the women’s curling competition at the Feb. 4-14 FISU Winter World University Games in Granada, Spain.

Cross-country skier misses heats in 1st leg of World Cup season

Updated On: January 12, 2015
Nakkertok Nordic’s Perianne Jones finished 18, 3, 10 and 9 places away from qualifying in the top-30 for the sprint heats at her first four World Cup cross-country ski events of the 2014-2015 season in Finland, Norway and Switzerland.

Ottawa alpine skier posts 3 big World Cup super-g performances

Updated On: January 12, 2015
Ottawa native Dustin Cook is quickly establishing himself as a consistent top-30 performer on the FIS World Cup circuit thanks to a number of strong performances to start the 2-14-2015 season.

Manley & Bulau inducted into Canadian Sports Hall

Updated On: November 12, 2014
Ottawa sports legends Horst Bulau and Elizabeth Manley were inducted into the   Canadian Sports Hall of Fame on Oct. 22 at Mattamy Athletic Centre in Toronto.

Nakkertok captures 5th-straight national title

Updated On: April 9, 2014
Teamwork is the key to success when it comes to the individual sport of cross-country skiing. At least that's what the skiers and coaches at Nakkertok Nordic Ski Club believe after the area club earned its third consecutive aggregate national title at the March 15-22 Canadian championships in Corner Brook, N.L.

Cook wins Nor-Am GS title & super-G national bronze

Updated On: April 9, 2014
Ottawa alpine skier Dustin Cook won a bronze medal in the super-G at the Sport Chek Canadian Championships on March 25 in Whistler.

Still learning new sport and new reality, Bisson fast-tracks Paralympic plan

Updated On: March 7, 2014
When Caroline Bisson started feeling shoulder pain in March 2007, it took a number of doctors, and years of tests, before she was told she had contracted a rare form of bone cancer.

Skier combines work & play to earn Paralympic trip to native Russia

Created On: March 7, 2014
Meshing full-time work with training to be amongst the world’s best para-nordic skiers is always a challenging juggling act for Margarita Gorbounova, but the 29-year-old from Ottawa is nonetheless ready to tackle the biggest test of her career yet when she returns to her Russian homeland for the 2014 Paralympic Games.

Glebe sweeps OFSAA nordic

Updated On: March 7, 2014
The Glebe Gryphons proved they’re as fast on snow as they are on grass at the Feb. 25-26 OFSAA high school provincial nordic skiing championships.

Jones eyes return trip to Sochi podium

Created On: February 4, 2014
Cross-country skier Perianne Jones is no longer the new kid on the block.
With four solid years of training under her belt since her Olympic debut in Vancouver, the 28-year-old Almonte native hopes to bring home some hardware for Canada in Sochi.

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