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Tag Archives: Brad Gushue

Top seeds prevail in Truro; Gushue shows his grit

Camrose Ab.December 2, 2014.Home Hardware Canada Cup.Skip Rachel Homan of Ottawa Ontario delivers her stone during practise seesion.Homan will attempt to capture the womans division.The Home Hardware Canada Cup offers a purse of $140,000 dollars for the winners of the mens; and womans division. michael burns photo
November 2, 2015

When the world’s best curling teams all play each other in a major competition, it’s anything but guaranteed that the No. 1 seeds will win the event. Sure, it happens, but it’s just as likely that a No. 2, 3 or a 6 could get hot that weekend, and knock off the top squad en route to a championship.

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Another weekend, another win for Team Gushue

2015, Calgary Ab, Tim Hortons Brier, N.L. skip Brad Gushue, lead Geoff Walker, second Brett Gallant, Curling Canada/michael burns photo
October 27, 2015

New season. Different Team. Same story. One year ago, the curling world was marvelling at the run that Winnipeg’s Mike McEwen was on to start his season. His team was winning practically every event it played in, and rarely lost a game along the way. And while Team McEwen is still the World Curling Tour No. 1, having won two of its first three events this season, Brad Gushue’s incredible start has got his St. John’s foursome in striking distance of the top spot.

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Points race heats up on World Curling Tour

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October 16, 2015

With all of the chatter this week about new broom technology and sweeping techniques, it’s easy to forget that the World Curling Tour is marching on, and that several events featuring top teams will be taking place this weekend.

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Top men’s team converge on Stu Sells ’spiel in T.O.

Reid Carruthers will be looking for back-to-back titles at the Stu Sells Toronto Tankard this weekend. (Photo, Curling Canada/Michael Burns)
October 8, 2015

This time last year, Mike McEwen (Winnipeg) was running away with the lead on the Canadian Team Ranking System leaderboard, winning all but one of his first seven events. The one he didn’t win was won by Brad Gushue (St. John’s), who is starting this season like McEwen did last year.

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Gushue does it again at Shorty Jenkins Classic

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September 21, 2015

Although it was the first time Cornwall, Ont., hosted the event, the AMJ Campbell Shorty Jenkins Classic felt just like always, and saw a familiar champion crowned.

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Grand Slam wins for Koe and Tirinzoni

Kevin Koe (Photo CurlingCanada/Michael Burns)
September 14, 2015

For a while, it looked like Rachel Homan was going to win her second straight bonspiel without losing a game. Unfortunately for the Ottawa skip, and her team of Emma Miskew, Joanne Courtney and Lisa Weagle, their season-opening win streak ended at 13. A come-from-behind win by Switzerland’s Silvana Tirinzoni stole the Grand Slam of Curling’s Tour Challenge championship, and the $21,000 pay day.

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St. John’s named to host 2017 Tim Hortons Brier

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September 14, 2015

Curling’s biggest rock stars will be heading to the Rock in 2017 for the Tim Hortons Brier, it was announced today by Curling Canada.

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Homan, Gushue head into opening Slam on winning note

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September 8, 2015

The sliders have barely cooled from the Stu Sells Tankard in Oakville, Ont., and already another event is underway.

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Field set for 2015 Home Hardware Canada Cup in Grande Prairie

2014 Home Hardware Canada Cup of Curling, Camrose, Val Sweeting, Lori Olson-Johns, Dana Ferguson, Rachelle Brown, CCA/michael burns photo
May 15, 2015

Two teams will take a significant step towards the 2018 Winter Olympics this December at Revolution Place in Grande Prairie, Alta.

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Players Championship underway in Toronto

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April 8, 2015

With the Players Championship underway in Toronto this week, there is no shortage of storylines to follow. Some teams are playing their first event with a new lineup (Toronto’s John Epping). Some teams are playing the last event with an old lineup (Penetanguishene, Ont.’s Glenn Howard). And other teams are just playing their last event (Winnipeg’s Jeff Stoughton)… for now.

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Inside Junior Curling: Finding the next Brad Gushue

Brad Gushue (Curling Canada/Michael Burns photo)
March 17, 2015

After years of watching the Brier on television, a young Brad Gushue was finally able to convince his family to let him try out the sport for himself. He didn’t know it then, but the moment his young feet hit the ice, a legend was born.

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Saskatchewan claims Tim Hortons Brier bronze

2015, Calgary Ab, Tim Hortons Brier, Saskatchewan skip Steve Laycock, Curling Canada/michael burns photo
March 8, 2015

Steve Laycock of Saskatchewan stole two in an extra end Sunday to beat Brad Gushue of Newfoundland-Labrador 7-5 in the bronze medal game at the Tim Hortons Brier, presented by SecurTek Monitoring Solutions.

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Team Canada nails down trip to Tim Hortons Brier final

2015, Calgary Ab, Tim Hortons Brier, Team Canada skip Pat Simmons, Curling Canada/michael burns photo
March 8, 2015

Team Canada’s miraculous turn-around in the Tim Hortons Brier, presented by SecurTek Monitoring Solutions, continued Saturday with two victories that moved the Pat Simmons-led squad into today’s final.

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Northern Ontario headed to Tim Hortons Brier final

2015, Calgary Ab, Tim Hortons Brier, Northern Ontario skip Brad Jacobs, Curling Canada/michael burns photo
March 7, 2015

Brad Jacobs of Northern Ontario saw an opportunity in the fifth end so he took it, scored three and went on to defeat Brad Gushue of Newfoundland-Labrador 7-5 in the Page playoff 1-2 game Friday at the Tim Hortons Brier, presented by SecurTek Monitoring Solutions.

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Saskatchewan keeps Tim Hortons Brier playoff hopes alive

2015, Calgary Ab, Tim Hortons Brier, Saskatchewan lead Dallean Muyres, second Colton Flasch, Curling Canada/michael burns photo
March 5, 2015

Steve Laycock’s last-rock double takeout gave Saskatchewan a vital 6-5 win Thursday over Kevin Koe to virtually eliminate the defending champion skip at the Tim Hortons Brier, presented by SecurTek Monitoring Solutions.

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