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Epping Building on Momentum of a Breakthrough Season

When John Epping steps on the ice in Moose Jaw for the 2012 Capital One Canada Cup, he’s hoping to start off the new curling season the same way he finished the last one – with a victory celebration.

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Featured Curling Athlete: Denni Neufeld

Losing the final at the Manitoba men’s championship to Rob Fowler was a crushing disappointment for Denni Neufeld and his teammates with the Mike McEwen squad from Winnipeg.

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Get Maximum Excitement with the New Mini Pack!

The 2011 Capital One Canada Cup of Curling is coming to the Kootenays November 30 – December 4 in the Cranbrook Rec Plex.  And the new mini pack ticket offer gives fans the chance to be there when the action hits its peak!

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Ten Would Be Perfect for Stoughton in 2012

After nine trips to the Brier in a twenty-year competitive curling career, last year’s edition of the Canadian men’s curling championship may have been the sweetest of them all for Jeff Stoughton.

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Martin Shooting for Canada Cup History

Alberta’s Kevin Martin stands out as one of the most accomplished curlers to ever play the game, with a resume that includes virtually every championship title in the world.

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Jones Looking for the Taste of a Second Cup

Jennifer Jones stepped on the ice for the championship game at last year’s Scotties Tournament of Hearts with visions of joining Nova Scotia’s Colleen Jones as the only skips to win four consecutive titles.

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Manitoba’s McEwen Ready to Take the Next Big Step

The 2011 season proved to be a breakthrough year for Winnipeg’s Mike McEwen as he led his young team to within one win of their first shot at the Tim Hortons Brier.

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Can Kleibrink Set a New Canada Cup Standard?

Shannon Kleibrink has the honour of skipping the first women’s team to a pair of Canada Cup championships and she’s coming to the Cranbrook Rec Plex with her sights set on number three.

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A New Look for Koe at the Canada Cup

Kevin Koe lived the ultimate curling dream in 2010, winning two of the sport’s most prestigious events – the Tim Hortons Brier and Capital One World Men’s Curling Championship.

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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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Laycock Looking for Strong Start to New Season

Saskatchewan’s Steve Laycock is taking a very serious approach to the 2011 Canada Cup with the first berths in the 2013 Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings on the line.

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Rising Stars Set to Shine in 2011 Canada Cup

The 2010-2011 season was a memorable one for Chelsea Carey as her team played their way to the upper ranks of the women’s competitive curling circuit.

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The Moose May Run Loose in Cranbrook

One of the unique Brier experiences is the sound of moose calls coming out of the stands from antler-clad Northern Ontario fans.  You might just witness it this year in the Cranbrook Rec Plex when the Brad Jacobs team competes in the 2011 Canada Cup.

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The Young and the Restless are Heading to Cranbrook

Rachel Homan has been making waves in the curling world since the age of 14, winning four consecutive Ontario Provincial Bantam Championships between 2003 and 2006.  This year she leads one of the hottest young teams on the women’s curling circuit to Cranbrook for the Canada Cup.

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