Tag Archives: 2012 Ford World Women’s Curling Championship

Tag Archives: 2012 Ford World Women’s Curling Championship

The Scotties Gets Even More Entertaining

January 29, 2013

Two new acts have been added to the outstanding lineup of entertainers that will perform for curling fans attending the 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, February 16-24 in Kingston’s K-Rock Centre.

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Expect Heavy Traffic on the Road to the Scotties

January 8, 2013

The 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts – the Canadian Women’s Curling Championship – is booked into Kingston’s K-Rock Centre, February 16-24 and the top teams in the country are getting prepared to compete for a spot in the big show.

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Team Canada Set to Join Team North America in Penticton

December 12, 2012

A victory at the 2012 Scotties Tournament of Hearts – the Canadian Women’s Curling Championship – earned Heather Nedohin the right to compete as Team Canada in this year’s Scotties in Kingston.

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Switzerland wins world women’s curling title

March 25, 2012

Switzerland’s 40-year-old Mirjam Ott, the most experienced skip in the 12-team field, executed a clutch tap-and-roll in the four-foot ring with the game’s last shot to score two points and defeat Sweden 7-6 in Sunday’s Ford World Women’s Curling Championship final match.

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Nedohin rebounds for bronze

March 25, 2012

It wasn’t the colour they were looking for, but at the end of the day, for Heather Nedohin’s Canadian crew of Laine Peters, Jessica Mair, and Beth Iskiw, a bronze medal represents a resiliency and a character statement.

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Swiss earn first final shot at World women’s championship

March 25, 2012

It wasn’t exactly Swiss clockwork, or even the workings of a fine timepiece, but Mirjam Ott and her Davos team from Switzerland have earned a reprise in the Ford World Women’s Curling Championship final against Sweden.

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Canadians eliminate Yanks in World women’s tiebreaker

March 23, 2012

Heather Nedohin said it would be a different day and a different skip and she was true to her word. The Canadian leader who admittedly had a bad Thursday and lost two games to drop into tiebreaker territory

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Canada loses, World women’s traffic jam still congested

March 22, 2012

It’s back to the congestion of a four-way traffic jam at the Enmax Centre as the Ford World Women’s Curling Championship heads into its last two qualifying round-robin draws.

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Three lead race for World women’s playoff berths

March 22, 2012

The Korean national curling team refuses to be counted out at the Ford World Women’s Curling Championship.

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Korea’s Kim continues to impress

March 20, 2012

Korea’s Ji-Sun Kim continues to be a major story here in Lethbridge at the Ford World Women’s Curling Championship at the Enmax Centre.

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Canada edges back in front of World pack

March 20, 2012

Heather Nedohin’s Canadian team climbed back atop the Ford World Women’s Curling Championship heap on Tuesday morning, striking early for a 3-0 lead and proceeding to a 7-5 victory over Russia’s entry skipped by Anna Sidorova.

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Eye Opener: Fourth Issue from the 2012 FWWCC

March 20, 2012

Enjoy the fourth issue of The Eye Opener, the Canadian Curling Association’s daily newspaper at the 2012 Ford World Women’s Curling Championship in Lethbridge, Alberta.

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Canada knocked off perch at World women’s test

March 20, 2012

Heather Nedohin said so herself. “Nobody is going to go through this without a loss so it doesn’t surprise me that we aren’t going to do it, either.”

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Koreans move up the Worlds pecking order

March 19, 2012

Unsung Korea won its third game in four starts at the Ford World Women’s Curling Championship on Monday morning, drilling favoured Scotland 7-2 with a sharpshooting display of the first water.

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Germany upends favoured Scotland at Worlds

March 18, 2012

Germany moved alongside the Czech Republic as two-game winners at the Ford World Women’s Curling Championship at the Enmax Centre in Lethbridge on Sunday morning.

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