Tag Archives: jim waite

Tag Archives: jim waite

Kasner and Kalthoff still undefeated at World Mixed Doubles

Team Canada’s Marliese Kasner watches the line as Dustin Kalthoff sweeps her shot during action at the 2016 World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship in Karlstad, Sweden (WCF/Richard Gray photo)
April 19, 2016

Canada’s Marliese Kasner and Dustin Kalthoff added two more wins to their undefeated record on Tuesday at the 2016 World Mixed Doubles Curling Championships taking place in Karlstad, Sweden.

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

The Ice Cube Curling Center
April 16, 2015

Three Canadian curling teams will be looking to add to our country’s 2014-15 international medal haul beginning Saturday when the 2015 World Senior Men’s, Senior Women’s and Mixed Doubles Championships get underway in Sochi, Russia.

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2015 Canadian Mixed Doubles Team

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April 15, 2015

From left, Charley Thomas, Kalynn Park, coach Jim Waite.

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World Mixed Doubles underway in Dumfries, Scotland

April 24, 2014

The 2014 World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship is underway in Dumfries, Scotland, where Team Canada’s Wayne and Kim Tuck lost a close opening match to Sweden’s Camilla Johansson and Per Noreen on Thursday morning.

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From a Coach’s Perspective: World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship

May 2, 2012

Canadian National Team Coach Jim Waite recently returned from Turkey, where he supported curlers Chantelle Eberle and Dean Hicke at the 2012 World Mixed Doubles Curling Championships. During the week, Waite sent reports back to Canada, describing not just the curling competition, but also the scene in Erzurum, a predominantly Muslim city high in the mountains.

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Inside the NTP (National Team Program)

September 8, 2010

Sometimes I have to pinch myself to believe that my job is real. Everyday I get to rub shoulders with some of the most amazing women in Canadian sport who are doing absolutely exceptional things – the elite performers in women’s curling.

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