Ottawa is bidding to host the 2021 Canada Summer Games, which would be the biggest multi-sport event the nation’s capital has ever hosted. Check out our coverage as momentum continues to build towards the Mar. 30 announcement of the host city on our special page.
An elite-level women’s soccer team will return to the nation’s capital alongside a men’s team that offers a new avenue to the game’s higher levels as a pair of local clubs have secured licences to compete in League1 Ontario for the 2017 season.
Wrestling the one constant as former Syrian champ brings his family through Jordanian refugee camp to Ottawa
On a crisp January evening inside Gym C of St. Patrick Catholic High School, whistles blow, wrestlers slam onto yellow mats, and coaches overlook the action, providing encouragement and tips. One of these coaches is Mohammed Al-Akrad.
Coaching the fuel behind nordic skier’s path to FISU Games
The ski tracks leading Carleton Ravens cross-country skier Carrington Pomeroy to the FISU World Student Games in Almaty, Kazakhstan this month include some unexpected stops and starts. Those come from the Tuesday/Thursday evenings and Saturday mornings when he coaches younger athletes in the same direction.
Chopra family field hockey ‘legacy’ lives on at Jr. World Cup in India
About to embark on the biggest game of his career, it was impossible for Rohan Chopra to ignore the weight of the moment. There he was in India, the field hockey-mad nation his grandparents had left 60 years earlier before they laid the sport’s roots in Ottawa, set to make his Junior World Cup debut.