The Ottawa Sportspage’s monthly summary of sports news in the nation’s capital.
The Ottawa South United Force League 1 Ontario team continues to provide exceptional opportunities for player advancement into the university and professional ranks, as well as call-up experience for our club’s young talents.
After a few lean seasons, St. Anthony Soccer Club has restored its long history of soccer excellence, welcoming culture, and family feel in time to carry on past the 65-year mark on the local soccer scene.
Miguel Alvarez enjoyed a new career high moment in his young triathlon journey when his Bytown Storm club hosted its annual Dunrobin Youth Triathlon on Aug. 12.
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.
By Brendan Shykora The chance to play sports has arrived for kids who need it most. With funding from the OSEG Foundation, Ausome Ottawa is offering a new opportunity for children with autism to have a summer sports camp experience. On July 19, the OSEG Foundation formally presented their $52,000 contribution to Ausome Ottawa, a…