As the temperature begins to drop, so do many of our outdoor options for exercise – snow has a tendency to make it harder to do many of our favourite activities, and with the addition of the COVID-19 pandemic, options become even more limited to what type of activities individuals are able to do. Skiing, snowboarding, skating – there are multiple options – but one long time runner and Running Room Regional Manager, Phil Marsh said a new hobby that many have picked up in the spring is one that does not need to be dropped the minute the temperature goes below zero.
Par Ottawa Sportspage, pour les Rebelles de Louis-Riel Tout comme le programme Sports-Études de l’École secondaire publique Louis-Riel continue de s’agrandir, son propre système de transport s’étend aussi, avec une quatrième autobus rajouté au flotte et prête à rouler lorsque la crise COVID est éteinte. « En réalité, c’est un élément déterminant pour notre programme…
As Louis-Riel high school’s popular Sports-Study program continues to grow in size, so does its in-house transportation system, with a fourth bus now added to the fleet and ready to roll once the COVID crisis clears.
The 2020 soccer season will go down as a lost year in many people’s minds, but Ottawa South United nevertheless continued to advance players to soccer’s higher levels and broke new ground despite the pandemic’s roadblocks.
While COVID-19 kept OSU from building on its championship trophy collection, many club products nonetheless earned opportunities to play soccer in the university and professional ranks.
The COVID cloud hanging over Ottawa has felt a fair bit darker as more rigid restrictions return, and frustration is mounting among local sport leaders who’d worked hard to figure out how to make sport as safe as possible during pandemic times, only to be dealt a step backwards.
They became history-makers as Eastern Ontario’s first-ever national soccer champions at the top youth level, and now the pioneering generation from Ottawa TFC’s Girls’ Academy are setting the bar high again.
All nine players graduating from the 3-year-old Academy have committed to playing varsity soccer at Canadian universities.
Like the rest of the world, COVID-19 considerations have been top of mind for the Ottawa Girls Hockey Association this summer, but the familiar draw of the rink has players craving the new hockey season nonetheless as the calendar flips into fall.
Par le Ottawa Sportspage, pour les Rebelles de Louis-Riel La fin de l’année scolaire fut certainement unique pour la classe de diplômés 2020, mais un aspect constant c’est la grande collection d’élèves-athlètes du programme Sports-Études de l’École secondaire publique Louis-Riel qui poursuivront leurs carrières sportives en université. « C’était assez déchirant de ne pas les…
The Class of 2020’s school year finish was certainly an experience never before seen, but what remained the same was a big crew of student-athletes from Louis-Riel high school’s Sports-Study program inking plans to play varsity sports at universities and colleges.
By Ottawa Sportspage, For Ottawa Lions Track-and-Field Club With many having developed from a young age in the Ottawa Lions Track-and-Field Club’s youth, foundation and aspire programs, more than 2 dozen Lions are now set to tackle the next stage of their athletic careers with university programs. Among them are Doyin Ogunremi and David Adeleye,…
For Matteo de Brienne, signing with the new Atlético Ottawa Canadian Premier League franchise represents the fulfilment of a longstanding objective to become a professional soccer player, while his youth club is proud to see a homegrown talent serve as an inspirational figure for the next generation of local players.
As we are learning almost daily, getting back to normal is not necessarily the future. Instead, a new normal is forming.
For the sports community, it is an understatement to say the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the way we play, interact and enjoy our favourite sports.
Tumblers Gymnastics is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing our community with the opportunity to discover, explore and embrace the sport of gymnastics in a safe, stimulating and nurturing environment.
A part of the Orleans community for 30+ years, well over 20,000 young athletes have taken the opportunity to build up confidence, grow strong bodies and minds, and develop lifelong friendships within our programs.
–By Ottawa Sportspage, For Royal City Soccer Club With the most popular grassroots soccer camps in Canada, the Royal City Soccer Club has hosted over 100,000 campers in over 100 locations nationwide. This year, Royal City will reach many more locations thanks to its innovative Virtual Royal Camp @ Home programming, though an extremely difficult…
Ottawa’s Luke Allan was named to Nordiq Canada’s special “prospects” roster in May.
Maisonneuve, Vaslet and Sterling were named to Hockey Canada’s National Women’s Under-18 Team Summer Camp.
Two-time Olympian Michael Tayler of Ottawa qualified for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics only two weeks before it was evident COVID-19 had spread across the world.
L’Académie de basketball féminin Louis-Riel est devenue un foyer fertile pour les recruteurs de sports universitaires, et maintenant c’est le programme de Pré-académie qui prend son envol aussi.
The Louis-Riel Girls’ Basketball Academy has established itself as a hotbed for varsity recruiters, and now the program’s Pre-Academy is catching fire too.
The pre-season pandemic stung like a tackle from behind with cleats up, but Ottawa South United Soccer Club rose back up to keep players connected and support their development before their long-awaited return to the pitch.
By Ottawa New Edinburgh Club If you want to give your children (or grandchildren) a great summer day camp experience, check out the Ottawa New Edinburgh Club (ONEC), where they will discover new skills, new friends… and lots of fun adventures! ONEC has operated summer day camps from its scenic location on the Ottawa River…
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.
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.…
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.
Le biathlète Zach Connelly adore respirer de l’air frais, et c’est ce qu’il a obtenu quand il a transféré à Louis-Riel pour sa dernière année d’école secondaire.
Comme beaucoup d’athlètes élites, Connelly trouvait que le système scolaire typique n’embrassait pas ses ambitions.
Biathlete Zach Connelly loves nothing more than a breath of fresh air, and that’s what he got when he transferred to Louis-Riel for his senior year of high school.