The Maverick Outlaws 14-and-under girls posted the best local result as Ottawa welcomed the Eastern Canadian 14U Volleyball Championships from May 3-5 at Carleton University, reaching the tier 2 semi-final round.
Ottawa hosted its first-ever stop on the Alex Burrows Tour dek hockey circuit from Apr. 26-28 at Rideau Sports Centre.
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.
The Nepean Blue Devils juvenile girls (under-17) team left the first-ever Ontario Basketball Championships will gold medals draped around their necks.
Ottawa Fencing’s Joel Gervais came ever so close to being crowned a national champion in the sport of fencing but ultimately came up one spot short.
So far, 2019 has been a year that seems set on skipping any semblance of sunny weather, but Ottawa TFC plans to sizzle the season to life with its kickoff to summer event on Saturday, June 15 at Millennium Fields.
OSU Force player Adrian Dagres is en route to Barcelona, Spain to represent Team Canada at the Danone Nations Cup, the world’s biggest football tournament for children aged 10 to 12.