Transplanted Australian Anne Hibberd has found a home in Canada – on the curling ice in Calgary, Alberta.
The way Alison Kreviazuk is piling up provincial championships in Ontario, she’d better make sure she has enough closet space to accommodate all of the Ontario jackets.
Nova Scotia’s Emily Dwyer has spent the last three years adding title after title to a growing list of impressive curling accomplishments.
You’d be hard-pressed to find a curler on the planet who’s more used to curling in the glare of the spotlight than John Morris.
Chris Rees, of Toronto, Ontario, won a bronze medal at the 2003-2004 Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship in Toronto – and he’s been building a solid list of on-ice achievements ever since.
It’s not a matter of “if” Stefanie Lawton wins a Scotties Tournament of Hearts Canadian women’s curling championship; it’s a matter of “when.”
Thomas Scoffin, of Whitehorse, Yukon, made history the first time he stepped onto the national curling scene in 2007 at the age of 12.
Alberta is filled with former Saskatchewan residents who’ve headed west in search of opportunities, so Pat Simmons fits right in as the first-year vice-skip for Kevin Koe’s curling team.
Since 2005, when she started blind curling in Regina, 20-year-old Natasha Achter has been accumulating trophies and titles.
Long considered one of the bright talents on the Calgary curling scene, it’s no wonder the services of Bronwen Webster have been sought after by the city’s top teams.
For Youth Olympian Corryn Brown, of Kamloops, B.C., the 2010 and 2011 curling seasons provided a highlight reel of accomplishments.
Sault Ste. Marie’s Brad Jacobs has already managed to put together a solid curling resume as a skip at the relatively tender age of 26.
Wayne Ficek has captured four Northern Ontario Provincial Wheelchair Curling Championships, including a fourth-place finish at the national championship in 2009, but the new season holds a special appeal that has nothing to do with his own curling goals.
Opportunity came knocking for Joëlle Sabourin when Jennifer Jones’s second, Jill Officer, told her teammates last spring that she was expecting her first baby in December.
Junior curler Emily Gray, of O’Leary, Prince Edward Island, is enthusiastically enjoying her journey towards the 2012 Youth Olympic Games in Innsbruck, Austria.