Tag Archives: Gerry Peckham

Tag Archives: Gerry Peckham

Revised ranking system a collaborative effort

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September 10, 2015

Brendan Bottcher has always loved a challenge — be it in school, in his career or on a sheet of curling ice. So, when the 24-year-old former world junior men’s curling champ was discussing some of the pros and cons of the Canadian Team Ranking System (CTRS), and the Order of Merit — both crucial measuring sticks for high-performance curling teams in Canada — with his coach Rob Krepps, Bottcher realized rather quickly that instead of simply talking about the problem, he should play a role in contributing some potential solutions.

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Canadian curlers hope research pays off with gold in Sochi

June 13, 2013

Canada’s Olympic curlers won’t just have a top-level coaching and support staff behind them next February in Russia. They’ll also have science on their side.

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Curlers, coaches sing Peckham’s praises

May 30, 2013

It’s not very often that you encounter a leader with the ability to impact a sport and a country to the degree that Gerry Peckham has done for curling in Canada.

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CCA’s Gerry Peckham honoured with prestigious coaching award

January 17, 2013

Gerry Peckham, the Canadian Curling Association’s Director, High Performance, has won a prestigious coaching honour.

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