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The Last End: Perspective on the Cost of Curling

There is no doubt that the 2010 Olympic Winter Games was the most successful event ever for the sport of curling in all of North America.

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Inside the NTP (National Team Program)

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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Male Athlete of the Week: Marc Kennedy

This week’s Male Athlete of the Week is Olympic Gold Medallist, Marc Kennedy of Edmonton, Alberta.

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The Olympic Experience: how fitness played a role in Vancouver.

The Vancouver Olympics was, of course, one of the very best experiences of my life. In this month’s blog entry, I’m going to share with you some of the fitness- related things that my team and I did throughout the month we spent in Vancouver.

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Between the Sheets: To Curl or Not To Curl

It was common knowledge that prior to the Olympic Trials in December our team had agreed that if we didn’t win the 2009 Trials we were going our separate ways at the end of the season.

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Fit to Curl: Taking a break. And how to get back at it.

I imagine I’m like a lot of people who work hard at the game throughout a curling season. By the time May rolls around, I’m ready for a break.

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Between The Sheets by Cheryl Bernard

Welcome to the first (of many) blogs I will be doing exclusively for the Curling.ca website for the next year. Why a blog? Seems that after you win a silver medal, people are interested. They want to get “between the sheets” and find out the details – what we do and why we do it! So enjoy!

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