One of the most accomplished curlers in the history of the sport will enter the World Curling Hall of Fame, it was announced today.
BEIJING — Team Canada has hit the midway point at the 2014 World Men’s Curling Championship, presented by Ford of Canada, feeling awfully good about the road ahead.
BEIJING — Team Canada came up a much-needed two-win Monday at the 2014 World Men’s Curling Championship, presented by Ford of Canada.
BEIJING — The struggles of the opening weekend were left firmly in the past by Team Canada on Monday morning at the World Men’s Curling Championship, presented by Ford of Canada.
The awards were given out on Saturday at the 2014 Canadian Senior Curling Championships in Yellowknife after the championship finals, which were won by Nova Scotia’s Alan O’Leary (men) and Manitoba’s Lois Fowler (women).
BEIJING — A mid-game momentum swing was precisely what Team Canada needed on Sunday night to get back into the win column at the 2014 World Men’s Curling Championship, presented by Ford of Canada.
BEIJING — Japan’s Yusuke Moruzumi apparently saves his best curling performances for Team Canada.
Manitoba, skipped by Lois Fowler of Brandon, and Nova Scotia, directed by Alan O’Leary of Halifax, won their respective Canadian Senior Curling Championship titles Saturday at Yellowknife, N.W.T.
BEIJING — Even on the other side of the world, it remains an indisputable fact that when you give Kevin Koe’s curling team a lead, it rarely surrenders it.
The teams are set for the finals of the 2014 Canadian Senior Curling Championships taking place in Yellowknife, N.W.T., and both Manitoba men’s and women’s teams will be playing for gold.
Alberta’s Mark Johnson scored four points in the 10th end to come from behind and defeat Ontario’s Peter Mellor 6-3 in Draw 16 action on Thursday afternoon in Yellowknife at the Canadian Senior Curling Championships.
The playoff picture continues to take shape as the round robin winds down at the 2014 Canadian Senior Curling Championships in Yellowknife, N.W.T.
Nova Scotia’s Alan O’Leary (7-1) may be leading the pack in the men’s draw at the Canadian Senior Curling Championships, but three teams – Northern Ontario, Alberta and Manitoba – all won games on Wednesday afternoon to keep it close.
Saskatchewan’s Lorraine Arguin took sole possession of first place in the women’s standings at the 2014 Canadian Senior Curling Championship on Wednesday morning in Yellowknife, N.W.T., with a 9-6 win over Ontario’s Marilyn Bodogh.
Kevin Koe’s team from the Glencoe Club in Calgary will look to win Canada’s fourth international gold medal of the 2013-14 curling season when the 2014 World Men’s Curling Championship, presented by Ford of Canada, opens Saturday at the Capital Indoor Stadium in Beijing.