If this sounds like a commercial, it’s because it is. Well, in a sense. With less than six weeks left to game day, the city is already preparing to play host. It’s a chance it gets once in a “grey” moon. But behind the fanfare, corporate sponsorship and anticipation of watching football greats battle it out, there is much left undone. Enter the volunteers.
The acoustics in this gym enhance every last sound, from the squeaks of shoes on the court to the heavy breaths coming from each player’s mouth.
Frisbees aren’t just a beach toy anymore. Ulimate frisbee is a fast growing sport and the Ottawa-Carleton Ultimate Association has increased indoor field time to accommodate its popularity.
She’s a floor general, a leader, a clutch shooter and simply incredible. That’s how longtime friend and fellow wheelchair basketball player, Vito Perri, describes Tracey Ferguson, star guard for Canada’s women’s wheelchair basketball team.