A victory in the Panda Game is best described by the University of Ottawa’s longest serving local player: “It’s huge.”
University of Ottawa rugby player Meredith Sirrs has accomplished a lot in her young life despite the adversity she’s faced on and off the field.
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Ottawa’s Aiden Warnholtz keeps ticking boxes in his home town: it’s where he won his first – and second – national championship, it’s where he got his first taste of Canada’s national basketball program, and now it will be where he takes the next step in his basketball career with the perennial powerhouse Carleton Ravens.
For a ninth consecutive year, the Nakkertok cross-country ski team captured the 2018 Ski Nationals aggregate club championship banner, a streak that now gives the club the record for most consecutive and total championship wins.
By Ottawa Sportspage Synchro swimmers near podium at FINA Artistic Swimming Worlds Two of Ottawa’s top synchro athletes participated in the 2018 FINA Artistic Swimming World Series in March, including Olivia Jensen-Large, who nearly made the podium as part of Canada’s top three teams at the event. Jensen-Large placed 4th in the women’s team free…
About a month removed from the Carleton Ravens women’s basketball team’s first-ever national championship victory, the ladies’ championship tour of Ottawa has just about reached its end.
Yet, sitting in his office at the Carleton University Athletics Centre, head coach Taffe Charles says he’s only now taking the time to think back on everything.