Ravens rule: Carleton teams are kings and queens of basketball in Canada
The Carleton Ravens’ Men’s and Women’s basketball teams both won the gold medal at Nationals, read more to find out more and see what you may have missed.
On the verge: Carleton women’s team will need continued scoring from everyone to take national title
The Carleton Ravens’ women’s basketball team is at their best when everyone contributes offensively, can they continue playing at their best at Nationals to contend for a national championship?
After season of stumbles, ‘youthful’ Ravens back to No. 1 as playoffs begin
The Carleton men’s basketball team holds a dynasty that no other team in USports or NCAA has ever seen. With almost half of the roster being rookies, will the team still be able to prove their dominance in the sport?
For this Brazilian-Canadian, World Cup ’22 means double the fun, not divided loyalties
Brazilian-Canadian Veronica Carvalho says she’s cheering for two teams during this year’s World Cup — Canada and Brazil.
Canada set to compete in men’s World Cup as soccer enjoys nationwide growth
Team Canada qualified for their second World Cup, their first in 36 years. Read more to find out how and what it means for Canadian soccer.
The 25th Hour: Boxing Without Barriers
A boxing gym in Little Italy for people with physical, developmental and cognitive disabilities is the first of its kind in Ottawa.
The 25th Hour: Swimming Upstream
After the pandemic posed some unique issues for Carleton’s swim team, women’s swim captain Aoife Mc Grory is finding herself back in the pool, determined to boost team spirit and face these challenges head-on.
The 25th Hour: Quadball: New Name, New Beginnings
For Carleton Ravens Quadball president Darren Bell, the name change his beloved sport is going through is a chance to reach new audiences
Ottawa Titans determined to make the capital a true baseball town
Titans fans and front office are considering how to expand on a successful debut season
On a roll: Atlético Ottawa hosting first home playoff game after incredible journey to postseason
Atletico Ottawa are set to host their first ever CPL playoff game, at 2 p.m. on Oct. 23 at TD Place against Pacific FC.
Fields of Dreams: Ottawa’s baseball community makes a pitch to municipal candidates
The Ottawa Baseball Infrastructure Improvement Group makes a wishful pitch to mayoral candidates in hopes to improve baseball in Ottawa