Just three years into her ultimate frisbee career, Ottawa’s Emily Scott is already competing on the world stage. Scott wouldn’t be playing at the world junior championships for ultimate, let alone playing the sport if it weren’t for a devastating injury that derailed her soccer career.
It was a Grade ‘A’ year for the Gloucester Griffins, as the local lacrosse club enjoyed a continued climb in the quality of its minor lacrosse programs during the 2018 season.
Seven years ago, Louise Munro and Alex Bernst arrived separately at the Ottawa Rowing Club as novices in the sport. Now close friends at 21 years old, they cheered each other on at the 2018 Under-23 World Rowing Championships in Poznan, Poland.
Karen Sparks wasn’t sure she would return to competitive horse riding after having three children. But when legendary equestrian Ian Miller offered her his former horse, it was an opportunity she couldn’t pass up.
Halley and Maya Chopra had only a week to prepare for the Field Hockey Canada National Championships, but by the end of the Toronto tournament they were wearing silver medals.
The Under-15 girls representing Ontario’s east region won bronze at the Ontario Summer Games in London.
Ottawa’s Charlotte McLaughlin left the 2018 Adequan/FEI North American Youth Championships with two medals around her neck thanks to her technically perfect rides.