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Home Hardware Canada Cup starts Wednesday in Camrose

Winnipeg Mb. Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings 2013.skip Jennifer Jones,CCA/michael burns photo

The race to the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, begins for Canada’s top curling teams when the 2014 Home Hardware Canada Cup of Curling, presented by Meridian Manufacturing, gets underway Wednesday at the Encana Arena in Camrose, Alta.

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Top teams chase CTRS points in Red Deer

Team Canada. The 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, February 16-24, Kingston Onatrio, The Canadian Womans Curling Championship.

With all of the talent in the Red Deer Curling Classic, the top 10 on the women’s Canadian Team Ranking System could look very different come Monday.

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Team Nedohin goes to camp

Sherwood Park Team Nedohin FI

On September 27, over 50 curlers had a chance to get up close and personal with Heather Nedohin and some curling “friends” at the Sherwood Park Curling Club, kicking off the new season – and Nedohin’s new role as the club’s Curling Pro and Manager – with camps for both juniors and adults.

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New-look lineups on display in Edmonton


While many of the top teams from eastern Canada were able to start their season last weekend in Ontario, most of the western teams are going to have that chance to get on the Canadian Team Ranking System board starting today, in the HDF Insurance Shoot-Out in at the Saville Centre in Edmonton.

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CCA announces 2014-15 National Team Program squads

2009 Ford World Men's Curling Championship

Six men’s and six women’s teams will be part of the Canadian Curling Association’s National Team Program (NTP), it was announced today.

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The ice-covered road to the 2014 Scotties

Provincial playdowns are underway across the country to determine this year’s field at the 2014 Canadian women’s curling championship

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Olympic hopefuls pitch in with Capital One Rocks & Rings

Heather Nedohin has been a top-level competitor for many years and is loved by fans everywhere for the emotion she shows on the curling ice. Last spring we connected with her to get her involved with the Rocks & Rings program and she jumped at the opportunity.

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Martin set to defend Roar of the Rings title

The Martin team is already off to a strong start this season

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Coaching Profile: Darryl Horne

Even though Darryl Horne has his mind focused on one of the biggest prizes in curling, he can’t help but think about where it all begins.

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Nedohin ready for return to Trials

Heather Nedohin will be taking her second shot at Olympic glory, but this time with a lot more experience to back up her bid for an Olympic berth.

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House Call: A word about swearing, smack talk, broom bashing and other tomfoolery

Curling is a game. No match, that I know of (though perhaps it would make good reality TV), has ever been to the death. In league play there is no car on the line; in fact, there’s very little money on the line. At most we’re usually talking enough money to cover the bar tab after the game.

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B.C.’s Kelly Scott wins bronze at the 2013 Scotties

Kelly Scott was determined to put the most recent losses behind her and focus on winning instead, and that’s what she and her B.C. team did – defeating Heather Nedohin and Team Canada to win the bronze medal at the 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts on Sunday afternoon.

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Manitoba and Ontario in Scotties final; Canada and B.C. play for bronze medal

Manitoba’s Jennifer Jones rebounded from a loss to Ontario on Saturday night to earn her spot in the Final of the 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts after defeating Team Canada’s Heather Nedohin 8-5 in the Semifinal on Sunday morning.

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Team Canada through to Semifinal; B.C. plays for Bronze

Heather Nedohin is through to the Semifinal of the 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, defeating Kelly Scott 8-4 on Saturday afternoon in the Page Playoff 3-4 game.

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B.C. moves up to fourth place after Draw 14 at the Scotties

When Draw 14 began on Thursday evening, B.C. and Saskatchewan were tied in the standings behind Manitoba, Ontario and Team Canada. By the end of Draw 14, Kelly Scott had moved alone into fourth place at the 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts.

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