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Muirhead wins, but Middaugh makes CTRS move

Penticton, BC 2013 World Financial Group Continental Cup. Skip Eve Muirhead CCA/michael burns photo

With a pile of different events going on this weekend, plenty of points were up for grabs for both the men’s and women’s Canadian Team Ranking System. And with many of the top teams out of the mix, other teams saw it as a chance to make up some ground on the leaders.

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CTRS race heating up this weekend

Winnipeg Mb. Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings 2013.skip Sherry Middaugh,lead Leigh Armstrong,second Lee Meklinger.CCA/michael burns photo

Just because many of the top teams are taking the weekend off, it doesn’t mean that it’s a quiet time on the World Curling Tour. The truth is quite the opposite — both the men and women have several events going on across the country, featuring some highly-positioned teams on the Canadian Team Ranking System.

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Weekend roundup: Canadian teams shine in Sweden

Saint John N.B.Mar21_2014.Ford World Woman's Curling Championship.Canada skip Rachel Homan,third Emma Miskew.CCA/michael burns photo

It’s been a busy couple days on the World Curling Tour. Sunday morning, both Ottawa’s Rachel Homan, and Winnipeg’s Jennifer Jones were playing for major Canadian Team Ranking System points at the Stockholm Ladies Cup in Sweden. Homan lost the final to Sweden’s Margaretha Sigfridsson, while Jones won the bronze-medal game over Switzerland’s Silvana Tirinzoni.

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National Team Program squads chase CTRS points in Sweden

Sochi Ru.Feb19-2014.Winter Olympic Games.Team Canada,skip Jennifer Jones.lead Dawn McEwen.second Jill Officer,WCF/michael burns photo

As the competitive season moves into Week 5, it’s suddenly not that easy to keep track of all the teams, events, and points up for grabs. Between the men and the women, there are nine bonspiels on the World Curling Tour schedule this weekend, many of which feature some high-level talent.

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Another victory for Team Jacobs

Sochi Ru.Feb16-2014.Winter Olympic Games.Team Canada,skip Brad Jacobs,lead Ryan Harnden,second E.J.Harnden.WCF/CCA/michael burns photo

Brad Jacobs and his team picked up exactly where they left off.

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Mentoring comes easily to Team Middaugh

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Ontario’s Sherry Middaugh and her team are trying out a new way to thank team sponsors and give back to the sport.

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CCA announces 2014-15 National Team Program squads

2009 Ford World Men's Curling Championship

Six men’s and six women’s teams will be part of the Canadian Curling Association’s National Team Program (NTP), it was announced today.

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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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Homan leads youth movement in women’s curling

Ottawa’s Rachel Homan brings her Scotties championship team to Las Vegas for the WFG Continental Cup

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Homan leads Team Canada to Montreal

One team has already booked its ticket to the Canadian women’s curling championship: Ontario’s Rachel Homan returns, this time as Team Canada

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Team Middaugh advances to Roar of the Rings final

Sherry Middaugh feels like she’ll be the underdog when she steps on the ice at the Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings, presented by Monsanto, women’s final. But that’s OK, because she knows what her team is capable of.

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Team Middaugh survives Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings tiebreaker

Sherry Middaugh and her Coldwater, Ont., team survived the tiebreaker by defeating Chelsea Carey of Winnipeg 6-3 to advance to the semifinal at the Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings, presented by Monsanto, at the MTS Centre on Friday afternoon.

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Middaugh, Carey headed to tiebreaker at Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings

Sherry Middaugh defeated Chelsea Carey 7-6 Thursday afternoon to secure her spot in a tiebreaker at the Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings, presented by Monsanto at the MTS Centre

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Valentine’s Day in Sochi for Canada’s curling couples?

While the national Olympic team traditionally comes together as a family in the quest to reach the medal podium on the biggest stage in the sporting world, Canada’s men’s and women’s curling representatives could bring new meaning to the term ‘family ties’ this time around.

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Middaugh hoping Trials experience pays off

After three previous trips to the biggest stage in Canadian curling, Sherry Middaugh feels she has learned some valuable lessons.

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