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A Last-Rock Win for Team Canada

It came down to last rock, but Glenn Howard drew for one point to finalize an 8-7 win over a never-say-die USA team in Sunday evening action at the 2012 World Men’s Curling Championship presented by Ford Motor Company of Canada Ltd. in Basel, Switzerland.

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Team Canada Remains Undefeated in Basel, Switzerland

Team Canada sits at the top of the leaderboard, tied with Scotland for first place, after posting a decisive 9-2 win over Germany in Draw 3 action at the 2012 World Men’s Curling Championship presented by Ford Motor Company of Canada Ltd.

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Opening Win for Team Canada at Men’s World Championship

Team Canada’s Glenn Howard opened with a 7-5 win over France’s Thomas Dufour on Saturday afternoon in Basel, Switzerland at the 2012 World Men’s Curling Championship presented by Ford Motor Company of Canada Ltd.

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Team Canada Ready to Rock in Basel, Switzerland

Canadian curling fans can turn their attention to Switzerland tomorrow for the start of the 2012 World Men’s Curling Championship, which takes place Saturday March 31 to Sunday April 8. Twelve of the world’s top men’s curling teams will take to the ice at the St. Jakobshalle in Basel.

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Canada’s Teams are Set for the World Financial Group Continental Cup

When the 2013 World Financial Group Continental Cup of Curling takes to the ice in Penticton next January, the most accomplished players in the world will be there to compete in one of international curling’s most prestigious championships.

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Ontario’s Howard wins fourth Brier title

You can’t blame Glenn Howard for thinking it might never happen again. The Coldwater skip who has won seven straight Ontario curling titles while rarely suffering a defeat, went into Sunday night’s Tim Hortons Brier final with a dubious record of having won only one national final in the last five tries.

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Alberta advances to Brier final against Ontario

Alberta’s Kevin Koe twice scored four points in critical eighth ends Saturday at the Tim Hortons Brier to qualify for tonight’s championship final against Ontario’s Glenn Howard.

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Ontario one win from Brier title

How familiar is this face in the Tim Hortons Brier final? Almost as familiar as the Tim Hortons logo in the curling arena, that’s how. The coffee and doughnut outfit became the Brier sponsor eight years ago.

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Only four survive Brier round robin

It was one of the most unlikely finishes in the history of the Tim Hortons Brier’s round-robin preliminaries. Following Thursday night’s final round at the Credit Union Centre, Ontario’s Glenn Howard (10-1) and Manitoba’s Rob Fowler (8-3) qualified for tonight’s Page One-Two playoff

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Ontario breezes into round-robin finale

It’s boiling down to the last-round clash tonight at the Tim Hortons Brier involving Glenn Howard (Ontario) and Kevin Koe (Alberta), the only former champions at the Credit Union Centre.

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Howard rises to the top

It was a clear case of the rich getting richer at the Tim Hortons Brier on Wednesday afternoon. Ontario’s Glenn Howard went top-of-the-table with an 8-1 record, turning a close contest against P.E.I. into a runaway 10-5 win.

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Alberta’s Koe wins battle of brothers

It was brother vs. brother at the Credit Union Centre on Wednesday morning but the result didn’t live up to the hype. Alberta’s Kevin Koe survived a couple of tough opening ends against Jamie Koe’s Territories team

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Polar pandemonium in Saskatoon

The whipping winter winds of a Saskatoon Tuesday reminded Brier faithful that it’s a case of Polar pandemonium going on here.

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Brothers Koe upstage Howard’s record-tying effort

The Koe brothers gave it their best shot to upstage Glenn Howard’s record-tying Brier appearance at the Credit Union Centre on Monday night. Alberta’s Kevin Koe directed his fifth straight victory without a defeat

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Territories, Ontario post third Brier wins

There’s no way Yellowknife’s Jamie Koe can match his best-ever Brier start at this edition of the Tim Hortons event. When he tagged Saskatchewan’s Scott Manners with a four-ender Monday morning in the eighth end which proved the crusher in a 9-5 victory, it gave the Territories skip a 3-and-1 record which isn’t too shabby.

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