The December 2018/January 2019 edition of the Ottawa Sportspage newspaper is now available!
Just because they’re given an award – or another award, in the case of many of this year’s Ottawa Sports Awards lifetime award recipients – doesn’t mean everything is all of a sudden going to be about them. A lifetime of dedication to sport instills certain selflessness, morals and principles, at least two of this year’s headlining winners agree, and it’s just that that they’ve spent so much time trying to pass along to others.
There were no medals, trophies or championships, but the smiles and cheers of youngsters from Ste.-Anne elementary school celebrating a simple relay race win underlined the magic of sport.
Fresh off of his first appearance at the Artistic Gymnastics World Championships, Sam Zakutney is more confident than ever.
A 3rd place finish nationally was a disappointing finish for the University of Ottawa’s women’s rugby team after winning the national championship a year ago. However, the bronze medal and another undefeated regular season has reinforced the Gee-Gees’ position as a perennial powerhouse in the sport of women’s rugby.
Fifteen-year-old Jasmine Liu has devoted much of her life to music and figure skating, and for this year’s season she decided to put the two together.
In Panda Bowl-esque fashion, Ashbury College students piled over the south section barricade at TD Place to celebrate with their team’s first ever OFSAA bowl title.
A new gymnastics club is off to a strong start having already produced its first Team Ontario athletes.