You would be pressed to find a local amateur athlete who had a busier 2019 than Florence Belzile.
National championship-bound Joshua Dore has figure skating in his blood.
By 5 a.m. most teens are far from waking up, while others have managed to crack an eye open to check their phones, but for one local high school student, that’s when her training day starts.
Although they came up short of winning a gold medal in the World Ringette Championships, a revamped training program is giving Ottawa’s members of Team Canada hope going forward.
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.
Edouard Parent of the Gloucester Concordes Speed Skating Club is off to a fast start on the Ontario Short Track Elite Circuit this season.