Part 18 of our local holiday gift guide covers all the bases for Ottawa sports fans on your list.
Brand new soccer club Atlético Ottawa plays its first competitive match this weekend.
Adam Wawrzynczak: “Unfortunately, in light of the ongoing pandemic, we have been unable to skate with each other at all; a reality of today’s “new normal.”
Ottawa’s biggest Muay Thai event returns to the Canadian War Museum for its fourth installment on February 29. Some of North America’s best fighters will square off in the LeBreton Gallery for one of Ottawa’s most popular combat sports events.
Interview: Orléans native Scott Sabourin, Ottawa NHL club’s hometown hero shows support for “top prospects” in the community
The Ottawa Senators Foundation is hosting their annual telethon on Thursday, February 27.
The new club is financially backed by a major Spanish club and aims to begin play at TD Place in 2020.
A grassroots team of runners made the trek around Ottawa’s 360 kilometre perimeter. While the team expected to take 30 hours to finish the race, they finished in exactly…
Ottawa Swordplay recently held an open house celebrating their move to a new location on St. Laurent. They teach medieval swordplay six days a week and offer classes at different skill levels.
You may have noticed some shifts in the 613 yoga landscape over the last year. Rama Lotus closed. Soul Speak opened. Rideau Sports Centre built a hot yoga studio. Yogatown opened a third studio in Barrhaven. The Gatineau Yoga Coop opened its doors too.
With Pittsburgh currently ahead in the standings, Friday’s game is effectively a must-win for the Fury if they want to host a playoff match.
This summer, Rios led a local team of 12 Canadians, as part of a larger group of 40 volunteers, at the Malawi Impact Marathon event. The team worked with the small fishing village of Nkope in one of Impact’s most immersive and intimate combined volunteer-and-race sites.
Ottawa Fury FC takes on Halifax Wanderers FC at TD Place this Wednesday.
Prior to the match, TD Place will be hosting a watch party for the Canadian national team’s match against New Zealand at the Women’s World Cup. That game will start at 3pm and will be shown on the stadiums big screen.
Despite taking no more than 200 square feet, the shop is well equipped to service most types of bicycles.
Baseball is back, summer is here, and life begins anew!