Une célébration des personnes spéciales, qui s’occupent de notre communauté sportive avec le Commissaire du sport de la ville d’Ottawa, Mathieu Fleury Read this column in English here. Il y a seulement deux ans, l’Association de Ringuette de la Ville d’Ottawa (CORA) a remporté l’appel d’offres pour accueillir les Championnats canadiens de ringuette en 2020.…
Young athletes and authors Sophie and Valérie LeVasseur marked International Women’s Day on March 8 in unique fashion, completing an interview with the 90th remarkable Canadian woman (out of the 100 they’ve forecast) – for their latest book project, inspired in large part by their own journeys in sport.
Corona Competitive clubmates Triton Huff-Boyle, Liam McLean and Yasir El Sakka earned 3 of the 4 local division championship titles from the Mar. 6-8 Ontario Cup men’s artistic gymnastics competition in Ottawa.
Team Members: Jasmine Delima-Baril, Karina Gruson, Amari Delima-Baril, Abby Brousseau & Coach Dave Bakelaar.
While most of the country and the global sports world shuts down due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Ottawa TFC Soccer Club players are continuing to hone their skills and improve their fitness daily thanks to the implementation of an innovative Virtual Training program.
Unity. Growth. Work ethic. Excellence.
When Ottawa TFC launched, those were the core values members identified to guide the club.
With no pro leagues and the big international tournaments cancelled, it was a largely depressing season overall for the world’s best women’s hockey players, but spend 5 minutes watching a Bauer/NHL First Shift session put on by the Ottawa Girls Hockey Association and it’s impossible not to feel energized about female hockey’s next generation.
It was only two years ago that the City of Ottawa Ringette Association (CORA) won the bid to host the 2020 Canadian Ringette Championships.
Planned for April 5 to 11, 2020 the event was to take place in rinks across the city.
Emma Kelly and her Nepean Ravens ringette team were in the midst of competing for a provincial championship when the novel coronavirus suddenly brought their season to a crashing halt.
On Feb. 25 at Sir Winston Churchill Public School, the Nepean Hotspurs Soccer Club celebrated a successful first season of offering a free futsal program for young players from the nearby Parkwood Hills community alongside the Nepean, Rideau and Osgoode Community Resource Centre. The wintertime program received funding from the Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group…
By Rémi Klander Ottawa continued its leading role in the implementation of Rowan’s Law with the Ottawa Sport Council’s Concussion Education Initiative, which has quickly exceeding its participation goals just 2 months since its launch on Jan. 1. Now in effect in Ottawa, the latest phase of Rowan’s Law requires sports organizations to develop and…
As Nick McDermid, 15, flew down the mogul course at Calabogie Peaks, his complete focus was on sticking his jumps and finishing with a fast-enough time. He blocked out the cheering crowd around him, landed a front flip, followed by a back-flip iron cross of his next launch before speeding through the moguls to the bottom of the course.
The Ottawa Sting Minor Atom ‘AAA’ team were the big local winners of this winter’s Bell Capital Cup, the largest annual hockey tournament held in the nation’s capital.
With the Dagenais era of the Ottawa Jr. Senators perhaps soon entering untrodden territory, six years in retrospect tell the story of a do-it-all executive and coach who broke the mould for what it takes to build a championship franchise in the Central Canada Hockey League.
Freya Cope earned a groundbreaking 10th-place finish in her debut national high-performance competition at the Feb. 5-9 Elite Canada women’s artistic gymnastics competition in Calgary.
In sports, you’re hard-pressed to find anybody who takes losing easily, and for Ottawa’s Capital Courts Academy girls basketball team, they’re no exception.
Being thrust into throngs of fans following a game is an experience most athletes dread, but for 17-year-old Manotick curler Emily Deschenes and her teammates at the Youth Olympic Games, it was a flash of fame they couldn’t have enjoyed more.
Selena Pang and Cynthia Zhang earned the right to compete at May’s Canadian Gymnastics Championships in Gatineau and their Kanata Rhythmic Gymnastics Club sent its biggest contingent yet to Elite Canada, a national competition held Feb. 12-16 in Burnaby, B.C.
Ottawa Footy For All is set to kick off Season 2 of their fun-filled youth soccer programs with an expanded lineup available at their home Immaculata High School facility on Main St.
The 2020 Tumblers Classic once again produced a pile of precious memories for the gymnasts who took part in the provincial championships qualifier on Feb. 7-8 in Orleans, like so many other young athletes have accrued in the 20+-year history of the event.
Ottawa South United is on the move.
The 67th annual Ottawa Sports Awards were held on Wednesday night, where the city’s top athletes and teams from across more than 65 sports were recognized for their accomplishments in amateur athletics in 2019.
National championship-bound Joshua Dore has figure skating in his blood.
Winning an award celebrating one’s own success is bound to excite someone and that’s exactly the case with Penny Glover, this year’s winner of the Ottawa Sports Awards (OSA) Lifetime Achievement Award for officiating.
Dozens of athletes-in-the-making are already benefitting from thousands of dollars in funding that was awarded in November to a pair of local sports programs.
The Ottawa TFC under-17 girls’ soccer team made history as the region’s first Canadian champions at the top youth level when they downed Lakeshore 2-1 at the Oct. 9-14 Toyota National Championships in PEI.
What better way to celebrate the start of Winter than running out to replenish and repair an outdoor rink tarp AND reading the OGHA Update in the Ottawa Sportspage?
The first time Darlene Joseph stepped into an arena – following closely behind her parents, who were taking her brother to hockey – she knew this was going to be a place where she would end up spending a lot of time.
The Myers Riders (in photo) squeezed past the Nepean Eagles 20-12 to complete a perfect season and win the National Capital Amateur Football Association’s Peewee title on Nov. 3 at Nepean Sportsplex’s Minto Field. Alongside the Kanata/West Ottawa Knights, the Myers Riders were one of two associations to win a pair of A-Cup titles on…
With her multiple-medal performance, Ottawa’s Toshka Besharah played a crucial part in helping the Rideau Canoe Club win its second straight Championship Burgee at the 2019 Canoe Kayak Sprint National Championships.