Tag Archives: Kelly Robertson

Tag Archives: Kelly Robertson

Teams set for Seniors Finals in Yellowknife

March 29, 2014

The teams are set for the finals of the 2014 Canadian Senior Curling Championships taking place in Yellowknife, N.W.T., and both Manitoba men’s and women’s teams will be playing for gold.

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Canada Wins Gold and Silver at World Seniors Curling Championship

April 21, 2012

Heidi Hanlon stole five points in the last two ends to win the gold medal for Canada at the World Senior Curling Championships in Taarnby, Denmark today.

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Playoff Action Begins for Team Canada at World Seniors

April 20, 2012

As round robin play concluded Thursday at the World Seniors Curling Championships, both Team Canada men and women remained undefeated on top of the standings and ready for playoff action.

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Robertson, Hanlon heading for playoffs at World Seniors

April 19, 2012

Manitoba’s Kelly Robertson and New Brunswick’s Heidi Hanlon were undefeated in round-robin play after four days of competition at the World Seniors Curling Championships taking place  at the 7-sheet Taarnby Curling Club, in Kastrup, on the outskirts of Copenhagen. The event got underway on Sunday, April 14, with 14 women’s and 23 men’s teams competing for this year’s medals.

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Alberta Rocks & Rolls

March 19, 2012

The province with the oil seems to have spawned another natural resource, curlers, and very good ones.

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Co-ed Senior Curling in Abbotsford

March 18, 2012

For the first time at the 2012 Canadian Senior Curling Championships presented by Raymond James, the curling fans assembled at the Abbotsford Recreation Centre saw games played by both genders.

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Battle of the Atlantic

March 18, 2012

With only the Northumberland Strait dividing them geographically, the Atlantic provinces of New Brunswick and Prince Edward

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Manitoba’s Robertson Out Of The Gate

March 17, 2012

Manitoba’s Kelly Robertson, the 2011 Canadian Senior Men’s Curling Champion began the defence of his title with a solid 8-5 win over a tough Ontario squad led by Brian Lewis of the Ottawa CC.

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