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Team Canada Pyeongchang 2018 Blog: Adam Kingsbury

February 15, 2018

By Adam Kingsbury (Team Canada women’s coach) We all know this is not the start that we expected, but it’s the Olympics — we’ve seen strange things happen in the past.

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Team Canada Pyeongchang 2018 Blog: Brent Laing

February 15, 2018

By Brent Laing (Team Canada second) That was the usual grind we always have when we play Thomas and the boys from Norway. In the end, though, Kevin made some great shots down the stretch to get us the win.

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Team Canada Pyeongchang 2018 Blog: Rachel Homan

February 15, 2018

By Rachel Homan (Team Canada skip) Even though we didn’t like the end result, it was still amazing to be in the venue today for our first game at the Winter Olympics.

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Team Canada Pyeongchang 2018 Blog: Kevin Koe

February 14, 2018

By Kevin Koe (Team Canada skip) I’ve been playing so many years to get to the Winter Olympics, and now that I’m here, I’m seeing things differently on the inside of the Games.

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Team Canada Pyeongchang 2018 Blog: Marc Kennedy

February 13, 2018

By Marc Kennedy (Team Canada men’s team vice-skip) We were waiting for this morning for a long, long time, ever since winning at the Trials in December, and it was exciting — definitely exciting!

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Team Canada Pyeongchang 2018 Blog: Kaitlyn Lawes and John Morris

February 13, 2018

By Kaitlyn Lawes and John Morris (Olympic mixed doubles curling champions) WHAT A NIGHT!!! We are still feeling the excitement after an amazing game tonight against Switzerland.

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Team Canada Pyeongchang 2018 Blog: Jeff Stoughton

February 11, 2018

By Jeff Stoughton (Team Canada mixed doubles coach) We knew today’s semifinal against a really good Norway team wasn’t going to be easy, so nobody should be surprised that it was a grind.

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Team Canada Pyeongchang 2018 Blog: Kaitlyn Lawes

February 10, 2018

By Kaitlyn Lawes (Team Canada mixed doubles player) We’ve had a great round robin, and now we’re getting ready for the playoffs.

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Team Canada Pyeongchang 2018 Blog: Jeff Stoughton

February 10, 2018

By Jeff Stoughton (Team Canada mixed doubles coach) That game was phenomenal. I mean, right from the first rock — perfect draws, perfect taps, double-takeouts, a couple in-offs. Kaitlyn and John were clicking on all cylinders, that’s for sure.

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Team Canada Pyeongchang 2018 Blog: John Morris

February 9, 2018

By John Morris (Team Canada mixed doubles player) After each game, we have go through a lot of media questions. First, we talk to Colleen Jones and Devin Heroux with CBC, and then we go through another room of TV cameras for televisions networks from other parts of the world.

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Team Canada Pyeongchang 2018 Blog: Kaitlyn Lawes

February 9, 2018

By Kaitlyn Lawes (Team Canada mixed doubles player) Today was a great day, for a lot of reasons.

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Team Canada Pyeongchang 2018 Blog: Jeff Stoughton

February 8, 2018

By Jeff Stoughton (Team Canada mixed doubles coach) OK, now it’s really hit me that I’m at the Olympics with Team Canada.

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Team Canada Pyeongchang 2018 Blog: John Morris

February 8, 2018

By John Morris (Team Canada mixed doubles player) This was an interesting day in a lot of ways, but it sure ended nice with the win over the U.S. That was a tough game to play because Becca and Matt Hamilton are really good friends of ours, but it was definitely important to win it after the loss this morning.

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Team Canada Pyeongchang 2018 Blog: Kaitlyn Lawes

February 7, 2018

By Kaitlyn Lawes (Team Canada mixed doubles player) We all knew the first Olympic mixed doubles competition wasn’t going to be easy. Yes, we’re disappointed to lose this morning against Norway, but they really played great.

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Team Canada Pyeongchang 2018 Blog: Jeff Stoughton

February 7, 2018

By Jeff Stoughton (Team Canada mixed doubles coach) We just finished our first practice session here in Gangneung, but it still really hasn’t hit me yet that I’m at the Winter Olympics.

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