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Inside Junior Curling: Final thoughts on the World Junior Curling Championships

Cathlia Ward, fifth for Team Canada at the World Junior Curling Championships, has just returned home from Sochi, Russia after a whirlwind journey. The team had some ups and downs during the week; however, as you read Ward’s account, it is very apparent that the team reflects very fondly on their exciting adventure.

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World Juniors: A bronze medal – and much more

Two young Canadian teams are on their way home from the World Junior Curling Championships with a bronze medal – and so much more, says Canadian Team Leader Andrea Ronnebeck.

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Bronze medal for Canada at the World Juniors

Canada’s Matt Dunstone will bring home a bronze medal after defeating Sweden’s Patrick Mabergs 6-4 at the 2013 World Junior Curling Championships in Sochi, Russia today.

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Canada will play for bronze at World Juniors

Canada will play Sweden for the bronze medal after losing the semifinal 11-8 to Russia’s Evgeny Arkhipov in an extra end at the World Junior Curling Championships in Sochi, Russia today.

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Extra-end loss in Page 1-2 game sends Canada to semifinal at World Juniors

It was their second meeting of the competition, and the second extra-end thriller between Canada and Scotland – and once again Scotland’s Kyle Smith came out on top.

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Playoffs for Team Canada men at World Juniors

Matt Dunstone’s Canadian men’s team is through to the Page 1 vs 2 playoff game at the 2013 World Junior Curling Championships in Sochi, Russia.

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Canada tied for second place at World Juniors

With a 9-6 win over Norway’s Eirik Mjoen on Wednesday, Canada’s Matt Dunstone is one step closer to the playoffs at the World Junior Curling Championships in Sochi, Russia.

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Canadian junior men and women win North American battle

Both junior men’s and women’s teams won games against their North American curling rivals in round-robin play at the 2013 World Junior Curling Championships today in Sochi, Russia.

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First win for Team Canada women at World Juniors

Corryn Brown and Team Canada are breathing easier today after notching their first win at the World Junior Curling Championships in Sochi, Russia.

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Canadian women still looking for first win at World Juniors

It’s been a slow start for Corryn Brown, who’s still looking for a win at the 2013 World Junior Curling Championships in Sochi, Russia.

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Dunstone wins another for 3-1 record at World Juniors

Matt Dunstone got off to a rough start on Saturday, losing 7-6 to Kyle Smith of Scotland in an extra end, but he came back strong to win 5-3 against Czech Republic’s Marek Cernovsky to stay in touch with the leaders at the 2013 World Junior Curling Championships.

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Team Canada women lose to Scotland at World Juniors

Team Canada’s Corryn Brown has fallen to 0-2 at the 2013 World Junior Curling Championship in Sochi, Russia.

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Inside Junior Curling: Journey to Sochi for Junior Worlds

Cathlia Ward was chosen to be the fifth for the Canadian junior team who is currently in Sochi, Russia for the World Junior Curling Championships. I asked Cathlia about her experience of joining Team Canada, and she shared her experience with me in her own words – which isn’t surprising since she’s also blogging about it at Memoirs of a Fifth.

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Two wins for Dunstone on first day of World Junior Curling Championships

Team Canada’s Matt Dunstone won both games on the first day of competition at the World Junior Curling Championships in Sochi, Russia, defeating Switzerland and Russia.

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Canadian teams set for World Junior Championships

Canada’s newly crowned national junior curling champions will hit the world stage this week at the Ice Cube Curling Center in Sochi, Russia.

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