The July 2018 edition of the Ottawa Sportspage newspaper is now available!
Beatrice Weiss-Reid of the Greater Ottawa Kingfish may be dealing with some neck problems after hauling off seven medals from the 2018 ‘AA’ Ontario Provincial Swimming Championships.
At his first nationals as a senior athlete, Thomas Nedow made a bet with his brother, Tim Nedow, to see who could best the other in the men’s shotput final.
Meanwhile, twin sisters Divya and Devyani Biswal proved they still know how to represent their home town at the 2018 Canadian Track and Field Championships.
Carleton Ravens legend Phil Scrubb came to play in his homecoming with Canada’s national team, leading his squad to a 99 to 69 victory over the U.S. Virgin Islands at TD Place on July 2nd.
By Brandi Awad Athletes from gymnastics clubs around the city found their rhythm at the Rhythmic Gymnastics Provincial Championships in Etobicoke early last month. Top gymnasts from across the province travelled to the Toronto suburb from June 9-11 to compete against Ontario’s best, where Ottawa-based clubs proved they were a force to be reckoned with.…
Two years ago heading into the 2016 Junior Diving Development Nationals in Montreal, Kate Miller was an unknown in the Canadian diving scene.
Since those nationals – which saw her win all her events and set a new national record for the three-metre springboard – she’s done nothing but attract the attention of Diving Canada.
The 2018 Global Relay Canadian Road Championships went about as well as they could have for Ottawa’s Katherine Maine, who came home from the events in Saguenay, Que. with two gold medals and a bronze.
Paddlers braved extreme conditions at the 2018 Sprint East Canada Cup on a stifling Canada Day weekend – only to have the afternoon races canned due to a severe heat warning.