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Boucherville to host second straight Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship

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Boucherville, Que., will play host to the Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship for the second straight year, it was announced today by the Canadian Curling Association.

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A conversation with Andy Jones, wheelchair curling coach

Andy Jones of Calgary recently coached Team Alberta to the bronze medal at the Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship in Ottawa. Jones works with both able-bodied and wheelchair curlers, and he’s a role model for coaches who might be looking to expand their repertoire of coaching experiences.

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Canada playoff-bound at Wheelchair Worlds

Team Canada has made it to the Page playoff one-two game at the 2013 World Wheelchair Curling Championship in Sochi, Russia.

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Featured Curling Athlete: Felix Green

They call him “Flex” – and for good reason!

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Featured Curling Athlete: Anne Hibberd

Transplanted Australian Anne Hibberd has found a home in Canada – on the curling ice in Calgary, Alberta.

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Featured Curling Athlete: Chris Rees

Chris Rees, of Toronto, Ontario, won a bronze medal at the 2003-2004 Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship in Toronto – and he’s been building a solid list of on-ice achievements ever since.

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Featured Curling Athlete: Wayne Ficek

Wayne Ficek has captured four Northern Ontario Provincial Wheelchair Curling Championships, including a fourth-place finish at the national championship in 2009, but the new season holds a special appeal that has nothing to do with his own curling goals.

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Featured Athlete: Johanne Daly

Québec’s Johanne Daly, who plays at both the provincial and national championship level, is one busy curler.

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Featured Athlete: Dennis Thiessen

Dennis Thiessen has earned medals at four consecutive Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championships, but naturally it’s the 2011 event that stands out.

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