No more games: Sports journalists deal with a COVID-19 reality
As COVID-19 continues to spread, the possibility of sports returning soon seems to diminish every day. And that’s a huge problem for journalists making a living covering sports.
Temporary ban on in-person varsity sports recruiting across Canada may be extended soon
USports, the body that oversees varsity sport in Canadian universities is expected to extend its ban on in-person recruitment.
Rising star forward Jack Quinn excels for hometown 67’s
Cobden-native Jack Quinn is putting up historic numbers for the Ottawa 67’s as he prepares for this summer’s NHL draft.
Is Ottawa losing its chill? Winter sports feel burn of climate change
The impact of global warming is starting to affect Ottawa’s winter sports reputation.
High as a kite: Riding the wind above Ottawa’s Britannia Bay
Ryan Campbell is one of many kiteboarders in Ottawa. They go to Britannia Bay to catch some serious airtime.
Ravens and Huskies claim national titles in first-ever combined U Sports Final 8 tournaments
Both the top-seeded men’s and women’s basketball teams walked away with the 2020 U Sports national title in the programs first-ever combined tournament.
There be Dragons: The weather smiled on the World Ice Dragon Boat Championships in Ottawa
Canada won gold and universal bragging rights at the World Ice Dragon Boat Championships this past week. A Canadian winter was in full effect with it being -29 on race day.
Battle of the fans: The faces in the crowd at the 14th Capital Hoops tournament
Fans from Carleton and the University of Ottawa packed into TD Place this past Friday night to support their basketball teams as they faced off for the 14th annual Capital Hoops classic. The fans were treated to two nail biting games that saw the uOttawa’s men and women pull out…