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Snowboarder Leslie 5th at home para worlds

Updated On: March 2, 2017
Ottawa Akademy snowboard product John Leslie earned a top result of 5th place at the Feb. 4-7 World Para Snowboard Championships in Kelowna. That came in the men banked slalom lower limb 2 race, while he was also 11th in the cross competition.

Parasnowboard lands on podium & just misses at World Cups

Updated On: March 10, 2016
Ottawa Akademy snowboarder John Leslie placed 2nd and 4th at February parasnowboard World Cup events in Colorado and B.C.

Para-snowboarder makes X Games big final

Updated On: February 11, 2015
Ottawa Akademy snowboarder and Sochi 2014 Paralympian John Leslie reached the X Games final in men’s adaptive snowboard cross, finishing 4th at the Jan. 23 event in Aspen, CO.

Paralympic snowboarder earns national award

Updated On: May 13, 2014
Ottawa Akademy snowboarder John Leslie received the Auclair Team Spirit Award from Canada Snowboard in April in recognition of his strong results, leadership skills, positive impact on teammates, dedication to his community and for acting as excellent representative for the sport at home and abroad.

Rider rollin’

Updated On: April 9, 2014
Ottawa resident Ron Tremblay finished in third place at the Red Bull Roll The Dice snowboard event on March 15 at Camp Fortune.

First career World Cup medals boost Leslie ahead of Paralympic debut

Created On: March 17, 2014
He’s at the top of his game. In a matter of days, John Leslie could be at the top of his sport. March 14 will mark the seminal race of the 21-year-old snowboarder’s budding career.

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.

Numerous Olympians own links to the Capital

Updated On: February 4, 2014
A handful of athletes with past ties to the nation’s capital will be competing at the 2014 Olympics, while several local coaches and support staff are also headed to Sochi as part of the Canadian Olympic team contingent.

Para-snowboarder wins first career World Cup medal just outside Sochi

Updated On: February 4, 2014
Ottawa Akademy’s John Leslie won the first World Cup para-snowboard medals of his career in January, earning snowboard cross bronze medals in Colorado on Jan. 20 and in B.C. on Jan. 27.

Snowboarder Allport returns to World Cup circuit after injury

Updated On: February 4, 2014
After losing the bulk of last season to injury, Kanata snowboarder Natalie Allport is now back on track, having competed in her second World Cup competition of the season on Jan. 19 in Stoneham, Que.

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