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.
Ottawa’s Mike Woods couldn’t one-up his bronze medal performance at last year’s World Championships in road racing at this year’s event, as the 33-year-old registered a did not finish in the race held in Yorkshire, U.K. in September
About two years after a life-altering illness almost brought an end to the professional tennis career of one of the country’s once most-promising young players, she’s again contemplating retirement from the sport and what could come next.
The Pan American Games are close to the peak for Ottawa squash player Samantha Cornett, whose sport is not on the Olympic programme. She is one of 22 local athletes representing Canada at Lima 2019.
Carp’s Joanna Brown won a bronze medal in her second World Triathlon Series (WTS) race of the season. The former Bytown Storm athlete also finished with top five times in both the bike and run portion of the race held in Bermuda in April.
Fourteen-year-old Iman Shaheen is already proving her chops in the world of squash.
By Ottawa Sportspage, for Tennis For Life Ottawa What do basketballs, soccer nets, rope ladders and paintbrushes have in common? If you answered “tennis camp”… then you must have cheated and read the headline to this article. Either that, or you’ve been to a camp operated by Tennis For Life Ottawa. “It’s a tennis camp,…