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Posts Tagged ‘2014 Olympic Games’


The hometown’s talking about the Jones girls

In one of the most storied careers in competitive curling, it’s hard to imagine a whole lot of unresolved issues on the ‘bucket list’ for Jennifer Jones, the longtime pride of Winnipeg’s St. Vital Curling Club.

 
Frans returns to skip for Road to the Roar

Joe Frans initially earned his reputation in competitive curling as third for the John Morris squad at the 2001 Canadian Curling Trials, followed by the 2002 Brier where they lost to Randy Ferbey in the championship final. In 2005, he returned to the Brier as second for Wayne Middaugh.

 
Ménard takes second shot at Olympic gold

Jean-Michel Ménard will be making his second appearance at the final qualifying event for the Canadian Curling Trials when he joins the 24-team field in Kitchener, Nov. 5-10, for the Capital One Road to the Roar, presented by Monsanto.

 
Balsdon hits the road to the Olympics

Greg Balsdon will lead one of the 10 Ontario squads in the 24-team field at the 2013 Capital One Road to the Roar, presented by Monsanto, the qualifying event for this December’s Canadian Curling Trials.

 
Howard hopes for just “one more win”

Ontario’s Glenn Howard boasts a competitive curling resume that would be the envy of virtually anyone that ever sat in the hack with the championship on the line, encompassing almost every major achievement in the sport.

 

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