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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.

Sprinter-turned-javelin thrower sets surprise new record

Created On: June 12, 2016
Two years ago, Wariso Dullo would have never fathomed that he’d become a record-setting javelin thrower.

Bean, Frost, Takahashi in Ottawa Sports Hall class of ’16

Updated On: June 1, 2016
Three stalwarts in Ottawa’s amateur sports community will enter the Ottawa Sports Hall of Fame on June 3, alongside perhaps the most recognizable face in the city’s pro sports scene, Daniel Alfredsson, as well as former Ottawa Rough Rider Bill O’Billovich.

uOttawa grad in fine Race Weekend form

Updated On: June 1, 2016
Expected 2016 Olympian Lanni Marchant, who spends some of her time training in Ottawa, was the national women’s champion and 4th-place finisher overall in the 10k on May 28 during Tamarack Ottawa Race Weekend.

Super sports month at Louis-Riel high

Updated On: May 11, 2016
Louis-Riel high school hosted an Olympic champ, the Ottawa Senators’ GM, a Montreal Impact scout and a sports day fundraiser for Right To Play amongst a slew of special activities during a busy month of April.

Alive and well

Updated On: May 6, 2016
Participants blast off in the 1k walk/run event at the Alive to Strive Race to support kidney fitness, held Apr. 14 out of Terry Fox Athletic Facility. A record turnout of around 900 took part in the 6th-annual event to support the organization’s active living grant program to benefit individuals in the Ottawa area living with chronic kidney disease.

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).

World silver skier & runner take top athlete prizes

Updated On: March 10, 2016
Dustin Cook and Melissa Bishop are both speedsters – the first on skis, the second on shoes – and they both celebrated sweet silver medals at World Championships in 2015.

Q & A with Melissa Bishop

Updated On: March 10, 2016
Melissa Bishop was selected as the Ottawa Sports Awards 2015 Female Athlete of The Year. She won a Pan Am Games gold medal, a World Championships silver and set a new Canadian women’s 800 metres record. Here is our interview with her.

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.

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