Invictus Games demo brings first-time category for athletes with psychological injuries

By Anne Duggan On top of the local athletes representing Canada abroad this summer, a number will compete on home soil come the 2017 Invictus Games in Toronto. The Sept. 23-30 event is the third international games for servicemen and women who have suffered life-changing injuries, both visible and invisible, while serving their countries. Alongside…

Sportspage cover story: O Canada!

Ottawa welcomes cycling, athletics & triathlon nationals around Canada’s 150th By Martin Boyce Joanna Brown, Ariane Bonhomme and Sekou Kaba are all eager for the special chance to compete in their hometowns for Canadian championships in triathlon, cycling and track-and-field in the coming month, but the trio of top prospects for the podium in their…

Hurdler who broke Olympians’ records repeats OFSAA win

By Charlotte van Walraven & Dan Plouffe Keira Christie-Galloway repeated as senior girls’ 100-metre hurdles champion to lead a strong showing from national capital athletes at the June 1-3 OFSAA Track-and-Field Championships in Belleville. “I didn’t get my record, but I was happy with my run,” smiles Christie-Galloway, who blasted onto the scene in a…