Tag Archives: Nolan Thiessen (page 3)

Tag Archives: Nolan Thiessen

The mental side of the Roar of the Rings

October 22, 2013

Preparing for the Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings goes well beyond the physical work, as blogger Nolan Thiessen tells us.

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It can’t be done without family support

September 24, 2013

Every single player in the Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings Canadian Curling Trials has someone who makes a sacrifice for them so that they can follow their dream.

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Koe back on track for gold

September 17, 2013

Kevin Koe will take his third shot in his quest for Olympic gold when the Canadian Curling Trials get underway, Dec. 1-8 at the MTS Centre in Winnipeg.

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Small-town clubs are the lifeblood of curling

September 3, 2013

Winters in Manitoba can be harsh to say the least. The story I always go back to when I describe how cold the winters can be was from January 2004 when I was curling in the Manitoba Curling Association (MCA) bonspiel with Sean Grassie.

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Trials hopefuls must give their everything for Olympic dream

August 20, 2013

As some of you know if you follow me on twitter (@nolancurling34) or are fans of Team Koe I was once a baseball player of some very minor acclaim.

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Sochi already on the minds of Canada’s top curlers

July 24, 2013

The Canadian Curling Association asked me to pen a blog series for www.curling.ca to provide insight into what curlers go through in our preparation for the Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings Canadian Curling Trials in December.

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Koe Takes Aim at Another Cup

October 30, 2012

In the history of the Canada Cup Alberta teams have clearly dominated the men’s side of the championship, winning in eight of the nine competitions.  Kevin Koe is hoping to add one more for the Wild Rose province November 28-December 2 at the 2012 Capital One Canada Cup of Curling in Moose Jaw.

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A New Look for Koe at the Canada Cup

August 23, 2011

Kevin Koe lived the ultimate curling dream in 2010, winning two of the sport’s most prestigious events – the Tim Hortons Brier and Capital One World Men’s Curling Championship.

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