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Canada bounces back with a morning win against Germany

It was bounce-back morning for Team Canada, putting Tuesday’s disappointing loss behind them to earn an 8-5 win over Germany’s Andrea Schoepp on Wednesday morning.

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Canada now tied for fourth after loss to Sweden

Team Canada’s Rachel Homan kept the pressure on Sweden’s Margaretha Sigfridsson, but just couldn’t break the game open, losing 8-4 on Tuesday night at the Volvo Sports Centre in Riga, Latvia.

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Crucial victory for Canada at World Women’s Championship

Team Canada kept its playoff hopes alive with a crucial victory on Tuesday at the 2013 Titlis Glacier Mountain World Women’s Curling Championship, presented by Ford Motor Company of Canada.

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Another win moves Homan into tie for second place

Rachel Homan maintained Canada’s win streak at the world women’s curling championship in Riga, Latvia, calmly drawing the four-foot to defeat Russia’s Anna Sidorova 5-4 on Monday morning.

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Homan steals a win at Women’s Worlds

It was a two-win day for Rachel Homan at the World Women’s Curling Championship, as she stole her way to a 8-2 victory over Lene Nielsen of Denmark on Sunday evening.

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Canada bounces back with a win at World Women’s

Team Canada’s Rachel Homan bounced back from an opening day loss to score a 7-5 victory over Latvia’s Iveta Staša-Šaršune on Sunday afternoon in Riga, Latvia.

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Slow start for Canada at Women’s Worlds

It was a slow start for Team Canada at the Volvo Sports Center in Riga, Latvia, today, losing to Scotland 6-4 in the first game of the round robin of the Titlis Glacier Mountain World Women’s Curling Championship 2013, presented by Ford Motor Company of Canada.

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Team Canada aims to end World Women’s gold-medal dry-spell

Rachel Homan and her Ottawa team open play on Saturday in Riga, Latvia, against Scotland’s Eve Muirhead in an early showdown at the 2013 Titlis Glacier Mountain World Women’s Curling Championship, presented by Ford Motor Company of Canada.

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Pas besoin d’être un « Jack of all trades » (touche-à-tout)

Le Championnat canadien de curling féminin est terminé depuis plus d’une semaine déjà, un championnat qui nous a donné des jeux spectaculaires et excessivement impressionnants de la part de la nouvelle équipe

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Team Canada pays a House call in Ottawa

Team Canada got a Parliament Hill sendoff on Tuesday in preparation for its trip to Riga, Latvia, for the 2013 World Women’s Curling Championship.

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Ontario’s Rachel Homan wins 2013 Scotties final

Rachel Homan won her first Canadian women’s curling championship on Sunday night, defeating Jennifer Jones of Manitoba 9-6 in the final of the 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts at the K-Rock Centre in Kingston.

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Ontario through to final after defeating Manitoba in Page playoff

In their only meeting of the round robin, Manitoba’s Jennifer Jones came out on top of a 9-7 score. But in the Page Playoff between the top two finishers, at the 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, Ontario’s Rachel Homan evened the score, stealing her way to an 8-5 win.

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Manitoba and Ontario through to Page 1-2 playoff

Jennifer Jones locked up her trip to the 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts Page playoff 1-2 game against Ontario’s Rachel Homan on Friday afternoon with a win – her 100th win at the event – over New Brunswick’s Andrea Crawford.

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Manitoba alone in first place after Draw 12

In the battle of the undefeated teams, it was Manitoba’s Jennifer Jones who hung on to her undefeated record, winning over Rachel Homan 9-7 on Thursday morning at the 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts.

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Manitoba and Ontario continue undefeated after Draw 10

The four top teams at the 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts faced off against one another on Wednesday afternoon at the K-Rock Centre in Kingston, Ont., fighting for position at the top of the standings. When the dust settled, it was Manitoba’s Jennifer Jones and Ontario’s Rachel Homan sharing the 7-0 record.

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