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House Call: Getting Started sweeps across the Ottawa Valley

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The Ottawa Valley Curling Association has found a way to improve its already successful Getting Started in Curling for Adults program: they’re not just training new curlers, they’re training the trainers, too.

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Curling coaches receive Petro-Canada awards

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Four coaches who guided Canadian curling teams to major international successes during the 2013-14 season were the recipients of the Coaching Association of Canada’s Petro-Canada Coaching Excellence Awards.

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Sports Leadership Award for Rea, Morris and Coulterman

Three highly successful Canadian curling coaches have been announced as recipients of 2013 Petro-Canada Coaching Excellence Awards at the Coaching Association of Canada’s annual Sport Leadership sportif conference in Calgary.

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Coaching Profile: Earle Morris

There’s never been a time where Earle Morris didn’t love the sport of curling. In fact, he didn’t really have a choice while growing up.

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Pas besoin d’être un « Jack of all trades » (touche-à-tout)

Le Championnat canadien de curling féminin est terminé depuis plus d’une semaine déjà, un championnat qui nous a donné des jeux spectaculaires et excessivement impressionnants de la part de la nouvelle équipe

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Young Kingston curler is the Scotties’ biggest fan

The Scotties Tournament of Hearts is coming to Kingston, and one of its biggest fans can’t wait. He’s a competitive curler, a fundraiser for the Sandra Schmirler Foundation, as well as the author of a blog devoted to this year’s Scotties. He’ll also be marching onto the ice at the K-Rock Centre as one of the event’s Junior Stars. Meet Bilal Islam, age 13, and hooked on curling.

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Getting Started in Curling – The Right Way

Paul Webster is the Curling Director at The Glencoe Club in Calgary. He does “a fair bit of coaching” in this sport, but he also has valuable insights from a club program perspective. Currently in his second year of working with the membership of The Glencoe Club, Webster shares his personal perspective on what is undoubtedly his club’s most successful program.

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The Honourable Bal Gosal, Minister of State (Sport) Gives Curling a Try

As the curling season approaches, new curlers are being introduced to the game at clubs across the county. On Tuesday morning, The Ottawa Curling Club hosted a special Learn-to-Curl session: under the watchful eye of OCC Curling Professional Earle Morris, The Honourable Bal Gosal, Minister of State (Sport), took to the ice, joined by local high-performance curlers Craig Savill, Rachel Homan, Alison Kreviazuk, Emma Miskew and Lisa Weagle.

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Featured Curling Athlete: John Morris

You’d be hard-pressed to find a curler on the planet who’s more used to curling in the glare of the spotlight than John Morris.

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