Tag Archives: Featured (page 3)

Tag Archives: Featured

Another win for Canada at World Mixed Doubles

Canada’s Dustin Kalthoff and Marliese Kasner are building momentum with two wins at the 2016 World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship in Karlstad, Sweden (WCF/Richard Gray photo)
April 18, 2016

Canada’s Marliese Kasner and Dustin Kalthoff continue to build momentum after scoring a decisive 8-3 win over father-daughter duo Neil and Alison Fyfe of Ireland on Monday at the 2016 World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship taking place at the Kobbs Arena in Karlstad, Sweden.

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Canadian teams still perfect at 2016 World Seniors

World Senior's Curling Championship 2016, Karlstad, Sweden
April 17, 2016

Team Canada — both of them — continues to have an unblemished record at the 2016 World Senior Men’s and Women’s Curling Championships in Karlstad, Sweden.

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Canada opens World Mixed Doubles with victory

World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship 2016
April 17, 2016

After being idle on the opening day of the 2016 World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship in Karlstad, Sweden, Team Canada made up for lost time early Sunday morning.

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Canadian men undefeated at World Seniors

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April 16, 2016

Canada’s Randy Neufeld is on a roll at the 2016 World Senior Curling Championships in Karstad, Sweden with a decisive 8-2 victory during the second game of round robin play.

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Canadian men open World Seniors with victory

World Senior's Curling Championship 2016, Karlstad, Sweden
April 15, 2016

It was an ideal start for the Randy Neufeld’s Canadian men’s team at the 2016 World Senior Curling Championships, which kicked off on Friday at the Karlstad Curling Arena.

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Canadian teams chase gold at World Mixed Doubles, Seniors in Karlstad

Manitoba's Randy Neufeld (Curling Canada photo)
April 13, 2016

The race to 2018 begins in earnest when the 2017 World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship gets underway on Saturday at Kobbs Arena in Karlstad, Sweden.

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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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One family wearing the provincial jacket proudly

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April 11, 2016

I saw my little sister Selena running towards me from across the ice, and then she jumped up into my arms, giving me a big hug (says Alberta’s Karsten Sturmay). This was the moment it hit me that I was going to the 2016 Canadian Junior Curling Championships, and so was she.

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Saskatchewan wins Canadian Wheelchair gold medal

Team Saskatchewan, 2016 Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship gold medallists (Curling Canada photo)
April 10, 2016

The Canadian Wheelchair Curling title is coming back to Saskatchewan thanks to the hometown team of Darwin Bender, Larry Schrader, Marie Wright, Gil Dash and Moose Gibson with coaches Lorraine Arguin and Lloyd Thiele, who defeated Northern Ontario’s Doug Dean 5-2 in the championship final on Sunday afternoon at the Callie Curling Club in Regina.

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Team Canada captures gold at 2016 World Men’s Championship

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April 10, 2016

BASEL, Switzerland — It was worth the wait. It had been four years since a Canadian team stood atop the medal podium at the world men’s curling championship, but that dry-spell came to a thrilling conclusion on Sunday at St. Jakobshalle.

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Northern Ontario and Saskatchewan will play for gold

Northern Ontario skip Doug Dean in action at the 2016 Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship in Regina (Curling Canada/Morgan Daw photo)
April 9, 2016

Doug Dean will try to win Northern Ontario’s first Canadian Wheelchair Curling title when he faces off against Darwin Bender of Saskatchewan in the final of the 2016 Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship on Sunday in Regina.

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Saskatchewan is through to gold-medal game at Wheelchair Championship

Skips Doug Dean (Northern Ontario) and Darwin Bender (Saskatchewan) in the house as the Page 1 vs 2 playoff game gets underway at the 2016 Canadian Wheelchair Championship in Regina (Curling Canada/Morgan Daw photo)
April 9, 2016

Saskatchewan’s Darwin Bender certainly knows how to keep the hometown fans happy. Bender, the 2012 Canadian Wheelchair Curling champion, and his team of Gil Dash, Marie Wright and Larry Schrader scored four points in the final end of the Page 1 vs 2 playoff game against Northern Ontario’s Doug Dean on Friday evening at the Callie Curling Club in Regina to earn a 9-6 win and the assurance of at least a silver medal in the 2016 Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship.

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Team Canada one win away from gold at 2016 World Men’s Championship

World Men's Curling Championship 2016, Basel, Switzerland
April 8, 2016

BASEL, Switzerland — On the fourth anniversary of Canada’s last world men’s curling title, the 2016 edition of Team Canada took a significant step toward putting an end to that dry-spell.

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Warren Hansen inducted into World Curling Hall of Fame

World Men's Curling Championship 2016, Basel, Switzerland
April 8, 2016

BASEL, Switzerland — A man who whose contributions to the sport of curling, on and off the ice, are recognized around the world was acknowledged on the world stage today.

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Northern Ontario, Saskatchewan through to Wheelchair playoffs

Northern Ontario skip Doug Dean calls the shot during play at the Callie Club in Regina during the 2016 Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship (Curling Canada/Morgan Daw photo)
April 7, 2016

Thursday was moving day at the 2016 Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship in Regina, as the standings changed dramatically during the fourth day of round robin play and two teams secured their spot in the playoffs.

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