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Val Sweeting among recipients of Petro-Canada program grants

Winnipeg, MB Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings 2013 Team Sweeting Skip Val Sweeting CCA/michael burns photo

Edmonton’s Val Sweeting, and Canadian Curling Association National Team Program coaching consultant Renée Sonnenberg of Grande Prairie, Alta., are among 50 athlete-and-coach pairings who will receive funding through the Petro-Canada Fuelling Athletes and Coaching Excellence program, it was announced today by the Canadian Curling Association.

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The ice-covered road to the 2014 Scotties

Provincial playdowns are underway across the country to determine this year’s field at the 2014 Canadian women’s curling championship

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Sonnenberg navigates long road to the Roar

Renée Sonnenberg coached Team Denmark at the 2010 Vancouver Games, but now she’s hoping to represent her own country on the biggest stage in the sporting world

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Sonnenberg books trip to Winnipeg with Capital One Road to the Roar win

Renée Sonnenberg will get a chance to make a name for herself on Canadian curling’s most important stage.

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Sonnenberg books trip to Winnipeg with Road to the Roar win

Renée Sonnenberg will get a chance to make a name for herself on Canadian curling’s most important stage.

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Sonnenberg battles back to win Women’s B-Event Final

Renee Sonnenberg battled back after struggling much of the game to defeat Cathy Auld of Mississauga, Ont., 10-7 at the 2013 Capital One Road to the Roar Pre-Trials, presented by Monsanto, in the women’s B-Event final.

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Scott first to qualify for playoffs

Kelly Scott and her Kelowna, B.C., team are the first to qualify for the Page playoffs at the Capital One Road to the Roar, presented by Monsanto

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Sonnenberg hoping for new role at Sochi

Renée Sonnenberg gained an inside perspective of the Olympic experience in 2010 as coach for the Danish women’s team

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Alberta Scotties final goes down to the wire

The second Alberta team destined for the 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts was determined Jan. 23-27 at the Lethbridge Curling Club, with Kristie Moore taking the title in an extra-end victory.

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