They’re rivals for the top of the podium every time they meet, and they are members of different clubs that share the same facility at Nepean Sportsplex but largely keep to themselves.
Three weeks after competing for Canada for the first time internationally, Rich Davidson became a Canadian weightlifting national champion for the second time.
Ottawa welcomed the province’s youngest grapplers for the Ontario Youth Wrestling Festival on April 27 at Earl Armstrong Arena.
The Ottawa South United Force men’s team got tripped up 4-1 by Aurora in their League1 Ontario season opener on May 4 at Quinns Point field in Barrhaven.
The Maverick Outlaws 14-and-under girls posted the best local result as Ottawa welcomed the Eastern Canadian 14U Volleyball Championships from May 3-5 at Carleton University, reaching the tier 2 semi-final round.
The Nepean Blue Devils juvenile girls (under-17) team left the first-ever Ontario Basketball Championships will gold medals draped around their necks.
Ottawa Fencing’s Joel Gervais came ever so close to being crowned a national champion in the sport of fencing but ultimately came up one spot short.