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Nedohin ready for return to Trials

Heather Nedohin will be taking her second shot at Olympic glory, but this time with a lot more experience to back up her bid for an Olympic berth.

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Rocks & Rings: Beth Iskiw helps bring curling to local school children

The Capital One Rocks & Rings program has been growing strong across Canada over the past few years, and it certainly made an impression in Brier-hosting Edmonton this season. We’ve been very fortunate that several elite-level curlers have taken time out of their busy work and competition schedules to volunteer at the local schools and enhance the experience for the students.

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Expect Heavy Traffic on the Road to the Scotties

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

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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Nedohin Takes a Place Among Curling’s Elite

The 2012 curling campaign represented a breakthrough year for Heather Nedohin, highlighted by a celebration of gold at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Red Deer and a bronze medal at the Ford World Women’s Curling Championship in Lethbridge.

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Penticton Welcomes Curling’s Team Canada

Shouts of “hurry hard” rang loudly throughout the Cherry Lane Shopping Centre September 26 as a group of students from Wiltse Elementary School played Rocks and Rings with Canada’s reigning women’s curling champions.

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Featured Curling Athlete: Beth Iskiw

Beth Iskiw’s collection of provincial championship jackets is already an impressive one, with four provincial junior titles to her credit as well as two provincial Scotties women’s championships.

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Nedohin Looking to Build on Last Year’s Momentum

Heather Nedohin – Heather Godberson at that time – made her presence known on the competitive scene in 1996, skipping her young team to the top of the podium in both the Canadian and World junior curling championships.

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