News from the Wheelchair Championships
(By Rob Neff and Sarah Mendek)…..The featured game in Thursday’s seventh draw pitted a pair of struggling teams against each other. The Northern Ontario host team (1-5), skipped by Richard Prud’homme and featuring a blend of curlers from Sudbury and Thunder Bay, was hoping to build on their fifth round win over Nova Scotia.
(by Rob Neff and Sarah Mendek)…..Darwin Bender’s Team Saskatchewan (4-2) from Regina’s Callie Curling Club is in serious playoff contention. With wins over Ontario, Quebec and Nova Scotia already under its belt, Saskatchewan is brimming with confidence.
(By Rob Neff and Sarah Mendek)…. Alberta is playing like a team on a mission at the Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championships in Thunder Bay, Ont. Unbeaten through four draws, veteran skip Bruno Yizek’s crew has been razor sharp. Three-time Canadian finalists, Alberta seems determined to shed the bridesmaid’s mantle this time around.
(By Rob Neff and Sarah Mendek)…..The fourth draw of the Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship featured a classic matchup between natural rivals.
(By Rob Neff and Sarah Mendek)….Like Old Red River, Team Manitoba just keeps on rollin’ along.
(By Rob Neff and Sarah Mendek) Two teams bent on redemption squared off in the second draw of the Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championships Monday afternoon.
(By Rob Neff and Sarah Mendek) Team Ontario definitely came ready to play in the opening draw of the Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championships in Thunder Bay, Ont.
The Canadian Curling Association today announced that the 2013 Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship will take place March 24-31 at the RA Centre in Ottawa.
Manitoba’s Chris Sobkowicz captured the 2011 Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship Sunday in Edmonton, Alberta, defeating Alberta’s Bruno Yizek, 8-7.
Playoffs started today at the Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship.
The last day of the Round Robin at the Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship saw the end of Alberta’s undefeated record and the elimination of any tiebreaker games.
The sun came out for the first time all week to open day four at the Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship in Edmonton, AB.
It was a snowy day in Edmonton, but things are heating up at the Jasper Place Curling Club in Edmonton, as teams vie for the coveted 5-0 on the standings board.
Another day is in the books from Edmonton at the 2011 Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship.