Still undefeated, Colleen Pinkney and Wayne Tallon have both secured playoff spots as the round robin winds down at the 2014 World Senior Curling Championships in Dumfries, Scotland.
Canada’s Wayne and Kim Tuck earned two more wins on Monday to secure a spot in the playoffs at the 2014 World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship in Dumfries, Scotland.
It was another successful day for Canadian men’s and women’s senior teams, both of whom remain undefeated after four days of competition at the World Senior Curling Championships taking place at the Ice Bowl in Dumfries, Scotland,
Canada’s husband-and-wife mixed doubles team of Wayne and Kim Tuck won their fourth straight game at the 2014 World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship on Sunday afternoon, squeaking by Estonia 8-7 at the Ice Bowl in Dumfries, Scotland.
Wayne Tallon added two more wins on Saturday to remain undefeated in the round robin at the 2014 World Senior Curling Championships in Dumfries, Scotland.
Kim and Wayne Tuck kept their winning streak going, notching up two more wins as the round robin continues at the 2014 World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship in Dumfries, Scotland.
Wayne Tallon and Colleen Pinkney remain undefeated in their respective pools at the World Senior Curling Championships in Dumfries, Scotland, after both teams earned lopsided victories on the second day of the round robin.
After an opening day loss to Sweden, Team Canada’s Kim and Wayne Tuck bounced back with a decisive 10-5 win over Latvia on Friday morning at the World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship in Dumfries, Scotland.
Wayne Tallon and his team from Fredericton got off to a strong start on Thursday morning at the 2014 World Senior Curling Championships, defeating France’s Eric Richert 11-2 at the Dumfries Ice Bowl in Dumfries, Scotland.
The 2014 World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship is underway in Dumfries, Scotland, where Team Canada’s Wayne and Kim Tuck lost a close opening match to Sweden’s Camilla Johansson and Per Noreen on Thursday morning.
Three more medal opportunities will be on the line when Canadian teams open play on Wednesday at the 2014 World Senior Men’s, Senior Women’s and Mixed Doubles Championships at the Dumfries Ice Bowl in Dumfries, Scotland.
The 14th annual Optimist U18 International Curling Championships have concluded in Langley and Surrey B.C., with Team Connecticut winning the men’s title, and Team Manitoba winning the women’s.
A motivated group of Quebec Bantam curlers and their coaches recently had an opportunity to hone their competition skills at a camp designed for teams with their sights set on representing their province at the 2015 Canada Winter Games.
Curling’s voice on the Canadian sports scene got a little bit louder with the election of Canadian Curling Association Chief Executive Officer Greg Stremlaw as the Chair of the Canadian Sport Tourism Alliance.
It has been almost 14 years since the curling world lost one of its greatest athletes, Sandra Schmirler. A native of Saskatchewan, Schmirler quickly climbed the ranks to curling greatness and stole the hearts of Canadians from coast to coast. To say Sandra is a Canadian and curling hero is an understatement.