Tag Archives: Chelsea Carey

Tag Archives: Chelsea Carey

Homan-Jones showdown set at 2016 Home Hardware Canada Cup

Brandon MB,December 2, 2016.Home Hardware Canada Cup of Curling.Slider, Curling Canada/michael burns photo
December 2, 2016

BRANDON, Man. — It’s a Friday night showdown between, arguably, the two most dominant women’s curling teams in the country.

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Gushue, Laycock teams set pace after Day 1 of 2016 Home Hardware Canada Cup

Brandon MB,November 30, 2016.Home Hardware Canada Cup of Curling.Team Gushue, skip Mark Nichols.Curling Canada/michael burns photo
November 30, 2016

BRANDON, Man. — While the leader is away the soldiers will play. And they’ve certainly played well. The Brad Gushue team from St. John’s is tied atop the men’s standings with Saskatoon’s Steve Laycock at 2-0 after the opening day of play at the 2016 Home Hardware Canada Cup, presented by Meridian Manufacturing, at Westman Communications Group Place at the Keystone Centre in Brandon.

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Fundraising calendar returns with a glamorous look

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October 11, 2016

The glamour is back in one of curling’s most unique fundraising initiatives. After a few years’ absence, the Women of Curling calendar is making its return for 2017, featuring some of the sport’s most familiar faces and showing their beauty away from the curling rink.

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Field set for 2016 Home Hardware Canada Cup in Brandon

Ottawa Ont.Mar 13, 2016.Tim Hortons Brier.Alberta skip Kevin Koe, Curling Canada/ michael burns photo
June 6, 2016

World and Canadian champions, along with Olympic gold-medallists, will be heading to Brandon, Man., next December for the 2016 Home Hardware Canada Cup, it was announced today by Curling Canada.

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Curling season still rolling with the Players Championship

Ottawa Ont.Mar 5, 2016.Tim Hortons Brier.NL skip Brad Gushue reacts after defeating Manitoba's Mike McEwen in an extra end 5-4 in draw 1 of the Brier. michael burns photo
April 12, 2016

There was a time when the Men’s World Championship signalled the end of the curling season. Once a winner was crowned, clubs would pull the plug on their compressors, and curlers would go outside to find something called “sunshine” and anxiously polish golf clubs until the ground thawed enough to play.

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Swiss claim third straight world women’s gold medal

Swift Current Sk, March 27, 2016.Ford World Woman's Curling Championship.Gold medalist Switzerland, Curling Canada/ michael burns photo
March 27, 2016

SWIFT CURRENT — Less than a year after being diagnosed with cancer, Irene Schori is a world champion for the second time in three years.

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Russia topples Canada to win 2016 Ford Worlds bronze

Swift Current Sk, March 27, 2016.Ford World Woman's Curling Championship.Bronze.Russia skip Anna Sidorova,third Margarita Fomina,second Alexandra Raeva, lead Nkeiruka Ezekh, Curling Canada/ michael burns photo
March 27, 2016

SWIFT CURRENT — For Russia, it was its third consecutive bronze medal in world women’s curling play. For Canada, it was a disappointing end to a good week.

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Japan to battle Switzerland for Ford Worlds gold medal

Swift Current Sk, March 26, 2016.Ford World Woman's Curling Championship.Semi-FinalJapan skip Satsuki Fujisawa.Curling Canada/ michael burns photo
March 27, 2016

SWIFT CURRENT — Japan made curling history Saturday night at the Ford World Women’s Championship, presented by Meridian Manufacturing, when Satsuki Fujisawa and her young team defeated Russia’s Anna Sidorova 7-5 in an extra end.

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Russia ends Canada’s quest for gold at 2016 Ford Worlds

Swift Current Sk, March 26, 2016.Ford World Woman's Curling Championship.Team Russia, Curling Canada/ michael burns photo
March 26, 2016

SWIFT CURRENT — Canada’s hopes of winning the Ford World Women’s Championship, presented by Meridian Manufacturing, for the first time since 2008 came crashing down Saturday afternoon, when Russia’s Anna Sidorova defeated Chelsea Carey 7-4.

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Swiss playing for gold again at Ford Worlds

Swift Current Sk, March 25, 2016.Ford World Woman's Curling Championship.Switzerland (L-R) skip Binia Feltscher, second Franziska Kaufmann, third Irene Schori, lead Christien Urech, Curling Canada/ michael burns photo
March 26, 2016

SWIFT CURRENT — Switzerland is one win away from winning its fourth Ford World Women’s Curling Championship in five years.

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Team Canada bound for playoffs at 2016 Ford Worlds

Swift Current Sk, March 24, 2016.Ford World Woman's Curling Championship.Canada (L-R) third Amy Nixon,lead Laine Peters, second Jocelyn Peterman, skip Chelsea Carey, Curling Canada/ michael burns photo
March 25, 2016

SWIFT CURRENT — A team meeting between draws helped reignite Team Canada when it needed a spark the most. Canadian third Amy Nixon credited “Auntie Laurie” for getting the team back on track.

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Japan nails down Page 1-2 playoff berth at 2016 Ford Worlds

Swift Current Sk, March 24, 2016.Ford World Woman's Curling Championship.Japan skip Satsuki Fujisawa, Curling Canada/ michael burns photo
March 24, 2016

SWIFT CURRENT —Thursday was an historic day for Japanese curling. The country earned its first-ever spot in the Page 1-2 playoff game after dismantling both Scotland and Canada on the final day of round-robin play at the Ford World Women’s Curling Championship, presented by Meridian Manufacturing.

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Japan, Russia closing in on playoff berths at Ford Worlds

Swift Current Sk, March 24, 2016.Ford World Woman's Curling Championship.Russia skip Anna Sidorova, Curling Canada/ michael burns photo
March 24, 2016

SWIFT CURRENT, Sask. — A pair of teams took significant steps on Thursday morning toward nailing down playoff berths at the 2016 Ford World Women’s  Curling Championship, presented by Meridian Manufacturing.

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Playoff race heats up at 2016 Ford Worlds

Swift Current Sk, March 23, 2016.Ford World Woman's Curling Championship.Canada skip Chelsea Carey of Calgary Ab studies the stones line as, Finland skip Oona Kauste, checks the path during their draw 14 game.Canada leads Finland 7-0 after 7 ends. michael burns photo
March 24, 2016

SWIFT CURRENT — Five teams remain in contention for four playoff spots after play Wednesday at the Ford World Women’s Curling Championship, presented by Meridian Manufacturing.

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South Korea steals way to win over Canada at Ford Worlds

Swift Current Sk, March 23, 2016.Ford World Woman's Curling Championship.Korea skip Ji Sun Kim, Curling Canada/ michael burns photo
March 23, 2016

SWIFT CURRENT — The odds are long for South Korea to make the playoffs at the Ford World Women’s Curling Championship, presented by Meridian Manufacturing, but the team pulled a shocking upset on the afternoon draw Wednesday.

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