Tag Archives: Rachel Homan (page 10)

Tag Archives: Rachel Homan

Road to the Scotties – Central Update

January 16, 2013

Team Ontario will have a short trip to the Canadian Women’s Curling Championship this year with Kingston playing host to the 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, February 16-24 in the K-Rock Centre.

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Featured Curling Athlete: Tracy Horgan

April 9, 2012

It was supposed to be another coronation for Rachel Homan at the 2012 Ontario women’s curling championship in Kenora, but Tracy Horgan and her team from Sudbury had other ideas.

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Featured Curling Athlete: Lisa Weagle

February 27, 2012

When Rachel Homan’s Ottawa curling team graduated from the junior ranks, it was on the lookout for an experienced lead who could immediately fit into the team dynamic.

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The Road to Red Deer: Ontario Update

February 6, 2012

Tracy Horgan and her Sudbury Idylwylde team of Jennifer Seabrook, Jenna Enge and Amanda Gates won their first Ontario Scotties Tournament of Hearts title in Kenora on Sunday, January 29.

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The Road to Red Deer: Central Update

December 30, 2011

The Road to Red Deer continues with an update from Central Canada.

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2011 Capital One Canada Cup of Curling – Draw 5 Media Scrum

December 1, 2011

Kevin Koe, Rachel Homan and Chelsea Carey chat with media about their wins and losses following Draw 5.

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Capital One Canada Cup begins Wednesday in Cranbrook

November 29, 2011

The Canadian Curling Association’s Season of Champions officially gets underway with the Capital One Canada Cup of Curling, November 30-December 4 at the Recreation Complex in Cranbrook, British Columbia.

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Featured Curling Athlete: Alison Kreviazuk

November 21, 2011

The way Alison Kreviazuk is piling up provincial championships in Ontario, she’d better make sure she has enough closet space to accommodate all of the Ontario jackets.

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The Young and the Restless are Heading to Cranbrook

July 18, 2011

Rachel Homan has been making waves in the curling world since the age of 14, winning four consecutive Ontario Provincial Bantam Championships between 2003 and 2006.  This year she leads one of the hottest young teams on the women’s curling circuit to Cranbrook for the Canada Cup.

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