Sam Zakutney wasn’t disappointed by finishing just shy of the podium at the national championships for gymnastics as it marked a successful return to form for the athlete with international aspirations.
When the Ottawa Fusion’s 16U boys team arrived in Edmonton for the 2018 Volleyball Canada Nationals between May 17-23, they were expecting to be one of the top teams at the tournament and come away with a championship.
They were able to secure a championship, but it wasn’t the title they were hoping for.
The Gloucester Wolverines Under-16 boys basketball team is the latest Ottawa basketball team to help bolster the city’s reputation as a basketball hotbed.
Jr. Sens halted in semifinals of Junior A national championships The magical run of the Ottawa Jr. Senators came to an end at the hands of the eventual national champs in the semifinals of the RBC Cup, the junior A national championships. The Jr. Senators advanced to the championships after winning the Fred Page Cup,…
The Glebe Collegiate Grade 10 duo of Rachel Weber and Mackenzie Mihorean were their school’s top finishers at the 73rd annual Canadian Secondary School Rowing Association Regatta.
Myra Fauchon squeaked out a narrow 1st place all-around finish at the Women’s Artistic Gymnastics Ontario Championships.
Ottawa South United Soccer Club is pleased to announce a quartet of player advancement successes early this season, with Tony Mikhael headed to Carleton University, Ali Jabara to Acadia University, David Chung to the University of Waterloo, and Ronan Kratt to a U.S. Soccer Development Academy team.