Tag Archives: Richardsons

Tag Archives: Richardsons

Curling world mourns passing of Sam Richardson

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January 21, 2016

His life in curling went beyond merely throwing a rock or sweeping it. Sam (Garnet) Richardson, who died on Thursday in his hometown of Regina at the age of 82 after a lengthy illness, preached the gospel of curling wherever he went after his competitive career was done, and become a much-sought-after (and willing) banquet speaker.

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The First Family of Moose Jaw Curling Welcomes the Canada Cup

April 19, 2012

The 2012 Capital One Canada Cup is heading to Moose Jaw November 28 – December 2 at Mosaic Place, the impressive new arena in the heart of the city.  And one of the legendary families in Saskatchewan curling history is ready to welcome the top 14 teams in the country for the opening event of the new Season of Champions schedule.

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Saskatchewan Hoping to End Dry Spell at the Brier

November 24, 2011

In a province so abundant in agricultural resources, there’s nothing quite as disturbing as the mere mention of the word “drought”.  Saskatchewan is almost as serious about its curling… and when it comes to Brier championships, the dreaded word has been hanging in the air for the past three decades.

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