News from the Canada Cup
Everyone loves a parade – and that includes the volunteers for the 2012 Capital One Canada Cup of Curling heading to Moose Jaw November 28-December 2 in Mosaic Place, the city’s new state-of-the-art arena.
The 2012 Capital One Canada Cup of Curling is coming to Moose Jaw November 28-December 2 in Mosaic Place when the best women’s and men’s teams in Canada will compete in one of the most challenging events of the season.
With the 2012 Capital One Canada Cup of Curling coming to Moose Jaw’s Mosaic Place November 28 – December 2, it’s only fitting that the company after which the arena is named take a front-and-centre role in the event.
The curlers always shine in the spotlight of every Season of Champions event, but all competitive teams will attribute a fair share of their success to the dedication of their coach.
The first Volunteer Rally for the 2012 Capital One Canada Cup, heading to Moose Jaw’s Mosaic Place, took place Monday, November 28 with a crowd of 168 excited supporters coming out to the Moose Jaw Ford Curling facility.
The 2012 Capital One Canada Cup is heading to Moose Jaw November 28 – December 2 at Mosaic Place, the impressive new arena in the heart of the city. And one of the legendary families in Saskatchewan curling history is ready to welcome the top 14 teams in the country for the opening event of the new Season of Champions schedule.
It’s “out with the old and in with the new” for the Capital One Canada Cup of Curling with preparations underway for the 2012 edition in Moose Jaw November 28 – December 2, 2012.
Kevin Martin just keeps piling up the skipping laurels in the sport of curling at the highest levels.
Glenn Howard and Kevin Martin chat with media following the men’s final about their last game at the Canada Cup.
What’s in Jennifer Jones’s wallet now? Another berth in the Canadian Olympic curling trials leading to the Sochi Games, that’s what!
Chelsea Carey and Jennifer Jones chat with media following the women’s final about their last game of the Canada Cup.
Here’s the fifth issue of The Morning Cup, the Canadian Curling Association-supported daily newspaper at the 2011 Capital One Canada Cup of Curling in Cranbrook, BC.
The two finals that will be played today at the Capital One Canada Cup of Curling at the Cranbrook RecPlex are really heads and tails of the same coin.
It’s going to be same-old, same-old in the Capital One Canada Cup men’s championship final.
Glenn Howard and Jeff Stoughton chat with media following the semi final about heading into the Canada Cup final/”the battle of the baldies” and what’s next.