Kelsey Rocque rebounded from two straight losses to win both games on the third day of round-robin play at the World Junior Curling Championships in Flims, Switzerland.
Team Canada junior men, led by skip Braden Calvert, stole their way to an 8-7 win over Italy at the World Junior Curling Championships today in Flims, Switzerland.
Alberta’s Kelsey Rocque got off to a strong start at the World Junior Curling Championships today in Flims, Switzerland, winning both her games on the first day of the round robin.
A few years ago, when Kathy Arnold looked into starting a Learn to Curl program at the McArthur Island Curling Club in Kamloops, B.C., she had no idea the results would be so spectacular – and so long term.
Both Canadian entries will kick off the 2014 World Junior Curling Championships on Wednesday at the Waldhaus Arena in Flims, Switzerland.
One of the finest front-end players in curling history has passed away.
The Capital One Rocks & Rings program recently visited with Mount Pearl Special Olympics athletes. Superstar instructor Geoff Walker exposed them to a new sport and they loved it! Here is Coach Guy’s take on their experience with Rocks & Rings.
SOCHI — Canada is officially on top of the curling world.
By Brad Jacobs (Team Canada skip) — This is a night I’ll remember for the rest of my life; that’s pretty obvious! The whole night couldn’t have gone any better.
By Jennifer Jones (Team Canada skip) — The game has been over for a couple of hours now and I still can’t believe it when I hear the words “Olympic Champion.”
By E.J. Harnden (Team Canada second) — This is an amazing feeling, to know that we have already won an Olympic medal.
By Dawn McEwen (Team Canada lead) — The game has been over for around an hour now and I’m still shaking. This is so exciting!
By Ryan Fry (Team Canada third) — We had a great practice today to get ready for the semifinal on Wednesday against China.
By Jill Officer (Team Canada second) —We had a good end to the round robin tonight against South Korea. I found out during the media interviews that we’re the first women’s team to ever go unbeaten in the round robin at the Olympics.
By Ryan Harnden (Team Canada lead) — Oh, man. My heart is beating pretty quick right now! But it was pretty calm on that last sweep. Brad knew his weight, and we just cleaned it in there, pretty much.