Tomorrow: watch this space for Part 4 of our Senators season preview.
Helen Lam: “On fight nights, an ecosystem grows around the action in the Thai boxing ring. The hall is a controlled chaos governed by the ebbs and flows of events on the roped platform.”
Tomorrow: watch this space for Part 3 of our Senators season preview.
Tomorrow: watch this space for Part 2 of our Senators season preview.
Julian de Guzman is a legend in Canadian soccer. The first Canadian to ever play in Spain’s La Liga, and only the third to ever play in Germany’s Bundesliga, he is also the most capped player ever for the Canadian Men’s National Team.
Summer is back with a vengeance this weekend, bringing sunny skies and hot hot heat along with it. It’s a great time to get out there and enjoy what this city has to offer, which, as you will see, is plenty.
The Ottawa Champions end their season with a 4-game home stand at RCGT Park this weekend.
There will be some Gretzky starpower at the Ottawa Champions game when Walter Gretzky throws the ceremonial first pitch to his grandson, Trevor Gretzky.
Contest: Win tickets to see Ottawa Fury FC play first place Charlotte Independence at TD Place on Saturday night.
It’s that time again, folks: the Weekend Roundup has arrived. Coming off a short week, we’ve a short list of this weekend’s goings ons for you.
This Monday August 7, RCGT Park is literally going to the dogs. The Ottawa Champions are hosting Paws in the Park to welcome baseball fans and their furry best friends to enjoy a holiday day game in the sunshine.
A win would put Ottawa into a playoff position. Ottawa Fury FC play at TD Place this Saturday night.
Over the first weekend in August, the national competition for a little-known sport will be taking place on a set of rapids just off LeBreton Flats. Trans paddler Katalina Murrie has been competing in slalom for over a decade, but this year will be her first time entering in the women’s category.
The Ottawa Champions have hit the halfway mark of their 2017 season, and things are heating up! Currently in the midst of their hottest streak all season, the boys in blue and red are setting the stage for the Can-Am/American Association All Star Game festivities July 24 and 25 at RCGT Park.
Ottawa Fury FC is halfway through their first season in the USL, and head into the second half in a bit of a slump. Needing points to climb the standings, Fury FC have been winless in their last three games, losing their last two (most recently a 1–0 loss to Toronto FC II). The game […]