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Ten Would Be Perfect for Stoughton in 2012

After nine trips to the Brier in a twenty-year competitive curling career, last year’s edition of the Canadian men’s curling championship may have been the sweetest of them all for Jeff Stoughton.

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Great Scot… Muirhead’s Coming to the Cup!

One of the most exciting young curlers in the world will be competing in Langley January 12 – 15 for the 2012 World Financial Group Continental Cup of Curling.

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The Brewster Bunch is Coming Back to Canada

Tom Brewster’s introduction to international curling came in 1995 when he skipped his young team to victory in the World Junior Curling Championships.

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2011 Ford World Men’s Gold Medal Media Scrum Video Interviews

Enjoy post-draw interviews from the 2011 Ford World Men’s Curling Championship, featuring Jonathan Mead, Jeff Stoughton and Tom Brewster.

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Team Canada wins the 2011 Ford World Men’s

Canadian champion Jeff Stoughton of Winnipeg skipped his team of Jonathan Mead, Reid Carruthers and Steve Gould to his second Ford World men’s curling title Sunday night with a 6-5 championship-final victory over Scotland

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It’s a Canada-Scotland final at Ford World Men’s

The post-game question posed to Tommy Brewster on Saturday night was obvious. Can Canada’s Jeff Stoughton beat Scotland three times in a row today?

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2011 Ford World Men’s Semi-Final Media Scrum Video Interviews

Enjoy post-draw interviews from the 2011 Ford World Men’s Curling Championship, featuring Thomas Ulsrud and Tom Brewster.

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Canada in final at Ford World Men’s

For the third time in 16 years, Winnipeg’s Jeff Stoughton is one victory shy of his second world curling championship. When Stoughton skips his Canadian champion team of Jon Mead, Reid Carruthers and Steve Gould in Sunday’s 5 p.m.

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Scotland to meet Canada in Page 1-2 game Friday evening at Ford World Men’s

Tom Brewster was asked Thursday morning about a best-of-three scenario against Canada. “Best of three? As long as I win the last one, it’ll be good,” quipped the Scottish skip.

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