No corner of the sports community has been spared from the shock waves of COVID-19. As the standstill of the sports world hits the two-month mark, the best many clubs can hope for is that the long-term impacts of the pandemic remain just ripples.
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Ottawa fencer Kelleigh Ryan’s long journey to reach her first Olympic Games at age 33 (a quest now made a year longer with the Tokyo 2020 postponement) is the “commemorative cover story” in the latest Ottawa Sportspage. Initially slated to hit the presses on April 1, we instead bring you an “e-edition” due to the COVID curveball.
If you were to pick a time for Carleton’s grip on Canadian men’s university basketball supremacy to loosen, out of the last two decades this season would have been your best bet.
When the sporting world screeched to a halt because of the global COVID-19 pandemic, Ottawa South United (OSU) released previously exclusive content to all its athletes to make sure they can return to soccer without missing a step.
In an attempt to course-correct the short history of professional basketball in the nation’s capital, the Ottawa Blackjacks are wagering their success on the riches of hoops talent from the nation’s capital.
Caught in front of a viral tidal wave that rapidly closed down the sporting world, Ottawa’s top young artistic swimming pair made the most of what may end up being their final competition as a tandem.