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B.C. heading to final at Tim Hortons Brier

KAMLOOPS — The fans in the nearly full Interior Savings Centre were chanting “Jimmy, Jimmy, Jimmy” by the fourth end Friday evening as they watched their local hero, Jim Cotter, pull off a highlight reel shot that sparked B.C. to a 9-5 win over Alberta that moved them into Sunday’s final of the Tim Hortons Brier, presented by SecurTek.

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Scott’s Back in the Scotties for B.C.

When the top teams in women’s curling hit the ice February 16-24 in Kingston for the 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, fans will see a familiar smiling face wearing British Columbia colours.

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Inside Junior Curling: Youth Olympic Games Bronze Medallists Reflect

Let’s start off the year with a reflection on one hugely significant event for junior curlers around the world in 2012 – the Youth Olympic Games.

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British Columbia is rocking with Capital One Rocks & Rings!

Three years ago, Curl BC signed an agreement and brought the Capital One Rocks & Rings program to the Metro Vancouver region as a pilot project. It proved to be such a success that it has been expanded, and by the end of this curling season, should have the program in every region in BC!

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The Road to Red Deer: West Update

The Road to Red Deer continues with an update from the West.

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School’s Out for Curling!

When the 2012 World Financial Group Continental Cup of Curling takes to the ice January 12 – 15 in the Langley Events Centre, the stands will be alive with the cheers from hundreds of enthusiastic young curling fans.

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Wang Will Be in Langley with Team World

It was 2001 when Bingyu Wang first picked up a curling stone… but it certainly didn’t take the young Chinese skip long to pick up the game.

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Saskatchewan Hoping to End Dry Spell at the Brier

In a province so abundant in agricultural resources, there’s nothing quite as disturbing as the mere mention of the word “drought”.  Saskatchewan is almost as serious about its curling… and when it comes to Brier championships, the dreaded word has been hanging in the air for the past three decades.

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BC’s Hodder back into the fight at The Dominion Curling Club Championship

Dwight Hodder wasn’t about to get pushed around in his home province of British Columbia for too long at the Dominion Curling Championship in Richmond.

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Penticton awarded 2013 WFG Continental Cup

The Canadian Curling Association (CCA) and the World Curling Federation (WCF) today jointly announced that Penticton, British Columbia has been selected to stage the 2013 World Financial Group Continental Cup, presented by Monsanto.

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Victoria awarded 2013 Ford World Men’s Curling Championship

The City of Victoria, British Columbia has been awarded the 2013 Ford World Men’s Curling Championship, it was confirmed today in a joint announcement by the World Curling Federation (WCF) and the Canadian Curling Association (CCA).

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The Canada Cup Floats into Cranbrook

When the Sam Steele Day parade hits the streets of Cranbrook June 18 the Canada Cup float will feature three of the most successful curlers on the country’s competitive circuit.

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Jim Cotter to represent British Columbia at Tim Hortons Brier

Jim Cotter, and his team of Ken Maskiewich at third, Kevin Folk at second and lead Rick Sawatsky won the British Columbia provincial title on Sunday, February 13 in Vernon, defeating Victoria’s Neil Dangerfield, 6-4 in the final.

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Male Athlete of the Week: Brent Pierce

This week’s male Athlete of the Week is Brent Pierce of New Westminster, British Columbia.

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Brier Bound: The Road to the 2011 Tim Hortons Brier in London – West Region

With less than two months before the start of the 2011 Tim Hortons Brier at London’s John Labatt Centre, provincial curling championships are getting underway across the land.

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