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Ottawa skier’s World Cup season debut ‘not good’ at Austrian giant slalom

Updated On: November 5, 2013
Up against a poor start position, Ottawa's Dustin Cook was unable to climb the ladder in his World Cup season debut on Oct. 27 in Austria, placing 64th in the giant slalom.

Olympic team contender enters 3rd World Cup season

Updated On: October 9, 2013
In a sport where athletes routinely hit speeds of 100 km an hour, slow and steady progress may just be the successful course to the Sochi Olympics for Ottawa alpine skier Dustin Cook.

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

Water skier earns world junior bronze

Updated On: March 11, 2013
In local water skiing champion Jonah Shaffer's case, a short rope is a good thing. In late February, Shaffer's rope was short enough to win a bronze medal at the world junior championships in Mulwala, Australia

Climb to the Top

Updated On: February 7, 2013
On the 2014 Olympic course for a test event at Sochi, Russia, former Nakkertok nordic ski club racer Perianne Jones earned a team relay bronze medal, while back at home, more than 600 athletes looking to follow in her tracks competed at the Haywood Eastern Canadian Championships and Nor-Am races at Nakkertok in Cantley.

World Cup rookie Tommy begins new chapter in family’s ski history

Updated On: February 7, 2013
Mikaela Tommy of Edelweiss Ski Club made her World Cup debut on Jan. 26 in Maribor, Slovenia.

Nakkertokker skis to new heights

Updated On: January 10, 2013
Former Nakkertok Nordic athlete Perianne Jones is continuing a career-best cross-country ski season into 2013.

2-time Olympian Semple retires

Updated On: December 7, 2012
After an 11-year career on the Canadian national team, Ottawa alpine skier Ryan Semple has retired, the 30-year-old announced recently.

Cookin' up a big season

Updated On: November 10, 2012
Ottawa alpine skier Dustin Cook got his sophomore season on the World Cup circuit off to a solid start on Oct. 28 in Soelden, Austria, earning a career-best finish.

2-time Olympic alpine skier Biggs calls it a career

Updated On: October 14, 2012
Pat Biggs says that never suffering a complete tear of the ACL knee ligament may have been the biggest blessing of his career.

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