Ottawa Sports Hall of Fame to welcome 5 new members
Updated On: May 11, 2013
Jim McKenny, Heather Gifford-Seaman, Charmaine Hooper, Tom Foley and Mike Chambers will join the Ottawa Sports Hall of Fame at a May 9 induction ceremony at City Hall.
Capital Wave coach to assist Canada team
Updated On: March 11, 2013
The head coach of the half-year-old Capital Wave Water Polo Club was chosen in February as an assistant coach for the Canadian youth girls' national team.
Conway advances to FINA worlds
Updated On: February 7, 2013
Ottawa's John Conway helped Canada to a gold medal and a berth in the 2013 FINA water polo world championships at the UANA (Americas zone) qualifier Jan. 30-Feb. 3 in Calgary.
Goalie climbing Canada’s water polo ranks
Updated On: January 10, 2013
Alone, in her rez room for the very first time, Ottawa’s Jessica Gauldreault is filling up the empty space with dreams.
New Wave in capital water polo scene
Updated On: December 7, 2012
They’re not ready to be world-beaters quite yet, but for the members of two 14-and-under teams from the new Capital Wave water polo club, a November tournament in Gatineau was all about getting their first taste of competition.
Two locals honoured with Coaching Association of Canada awards
Created On: December 7, 2012
Recognized as one of Canada’s most innovative and prolific coaches over a vast career in water polo, Ottawa’s David Hart received the Coaching Association of Canada’s Geoff Gowan Award for lifetime contribution to coaching development in November.
Ravens win OUA water polo medals
Updated On: December 7, 2012
The Carleton Ravens women’s water polo team reclaimed its provincial championship banner with a 6-5 home-pool double-overtime victory over the University of Toronto in the Ontario University Athletics gold medal final on Nov. 25.
Water polo washout
Updated On: May 19, 2012
Ottawa native John Conway and the Canadian men’s water polo team performed well in front of a home crowd for the last-chance Olympic qualifying tournament last month in Edmonton, but lost the one match that mattered most. With four tickets to London available, the quarter-final was the key game, which Canada lost to Greece 10-6.
London next in Conway’s travel plans
Updated On: March 30, 2012
“Train, eat, sleep and study. That’s basically it,” John Conway says, describing his life these days. The 20-year-old Ottawa native is part of the Canadian men’s water polo team, currently preparing for their last-chance Olympic qualifier, set for the beginning of April in Edmonton.
Toronto dethrones host Ravens in OUA water polo final
Updated On: November 27, 2011
The host Carleton University Ravens women’s water polo team’s dream of a third consecutive title was shattered on Sunday afternoon as they fell 9-4 to the University of Toronto Varsity Blues at the 2011 OUA Championships.