News from the University Championships
The Memorial University Sea Hawks team of skip Colin Thomas, third Cory Schuh, second Chris Ford, lead Spencer Wicks, fifth
So our run is over after an 11-7 loss to the Czechs in the TB. We got down early, battled back to tie it up after 5. Then gave up a 4 in 6 but got it back to only one down after 8.
Good Afternoon from Erzurum where it has finally stopped snowing! The mountains and trees are covered in snow making the city look beautiful…
Good Morning from Erzurum where it has been snowing non-stop for about 36 hours now. I’m sure the skiers are happy because the lack of snow that they were talking about earlier on in the week is a non-issue now.
Well it was a 3 win day for the Canadian curlers today. The girls beat Poland and China and the guys won 9-2 in 7 versus Norway (and yes they had “the pants”).
For those who didnt see we won our first game vs GB 7-4… we were ın control after we took a 3 in the 4th and played defensıvely the rest of the way.
Hope everyone is doing well back home. After being here for a few days we are pretty excıted to start the actual competition today wıth a bıg match agaınst Great Brıtaın
Canadian Interuniversity Sport announced Monday the 10 CIS student-athletes and the team officials who will represent Canada in curling at the 2011 Winter Universiade in Erzurum, Turkey.
Jon Beuk, skip of the Queen’s University Golden Gaels men’s curling team and University of Regina Cougars women’s skip Brooklyn Lemon captured their respective championships today at the 2010 CIS/CCA University Curling Championships at the Saville Sports Centre in Edmonton.