Canada’s Under-19 gridiron squad won a 13-7 defensive battle against Mexico in the tournament’s finals, making Canada the first country to win back-to-back championships.
A pair of Ottawa paddlers participated in 2018 ICF U23 and Junior Canoe Sprint World Championships last month in Plovdiv, Bulgaria.
The beat rolled on for Ottawa South United’s Under-15 girls at the 2018 Ontario Summer Games. The youth competitive soccer team played its way to a silver medal at the London, Ont. Games, which took place halfway through a season they’ve been dominating in the Ontario Player Development League.
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.
With funding from the OSEG Foundation, Ausome Ottawa is offering a new opportunity for children with autism to have a summer sports camp experience.
David Quirie, 16, was the first swimmer to complete the Ottawa Riverkeeper 4K, a charity swim dedicated to protecting the water quality of the Ottawa River.
Tim Nedow kept up his exceptional track and field season by setting a new personal best throw of 21.02 m in the shotput at the North American Central American and Caribbean Championships.