Posts Tagged ‘Heather Nedohin’
Ça fait presque seize ans depuis que Heather Nedohin a mis les pieds sur la glace du Keystone Centre, à Brandon, Man., pour l’édition inaugurale des Essais canadiens de curling.
It’s been nearly sixteen years since Heather Nedohin stepped onto the ice at the Keystone Centre, in Brandon, Man., for the inaugural edition of the Canadian Curling Trials.
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.
Heather Nedohin (Team Canada) takes on Kelly Scott (British Columbia) in the Bronze Medal Game at the 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, Canadian Women’s Curling Championship.
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.