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Team Canada Sochi 2014 Blog: Ryan Fry

By Ryan Fry (Team Canada third) — We had a great practice today to get ready for the semifinal on Wednesday against China.

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Team Canada Sochi 2014 Blog: Jill Officer

By Jill Officer (Team Canada second) —We had a good end to the round robin tonight against South Korea. I found out during the media interviews that we’re the first women’s team to ever go unbeaten in the round robin at the Olympics.

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Team Canada Sochi 2014 Blog: Ryan Harnden

By Ryan Harnden (Team Canada lead) — Oh, man. My heart is beating pretty quick right now! But it was pretty calm on that last sweep. Brad knew his weight, and we just cleaned it in there, pretty much.

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Team Canada Sochi 2014 Blog: Elaine Dagg-Jackson

By Elaine Dagg-Jackson (Team Canada national women’s coach) — I knew coming into Sochi that our women’s team would be a contender, but I think they are even better than I expected them to be.

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Team Canada Sochi 2014 Blog: E.J. Harnden

By E.J. Harnden (Team Canada second) — The grinding has paid off! We’re in the playoffs, and that’s a big load off our shoulders. This morning’s game against the U.S. was a tough one; John’s team played very well, but we were able to make some big shots at the end for the win.

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Team Canada Sochi 2014 Blog: Paul Webster

By Paul Webster (Team Canada Team Leader) — This is my third Olympics with the Canadian curling teams, and in many ways it’s already very rewarding.

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Team Canada Sochi 2014 Blog: Rick Lang

By Rick Lang (Team Canada national men’s coach) — Today’s game against Great Britain had a little bit of everything, but I was really proud of the guys to hang in there for the win.

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Team Canada Sochi 2014 Blog: Janet Arnott

By Janet Arnott (Team Canada coach) — It was good to get back on the ice today at the Ice Cube, and the girls played very well to beat Japan this morning. The Japanese team gave us a very good test, but we managed to get it done in the end!

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Team Canada Sochi 2014 Blog: Tom Coulterman

By Tom Coulterman (Team Canada coach) — Being my first Olympic experience, it’s just fun being here with the boys in the Olympic Village and all the other parts of this Olympic Games. It’s just a great experience.

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Team Canada Sochi 2014 Blog: Kaitlyn Lawes

By Kaitlyn Lawes (Team Canada third) — We kept our winning streak alive tonight against a really good Switzerland team, and we’re very happy with the way we’ve been curling. We won twice today, and that’s a nice way to go to bed, especially with a day off tomorrow!!!

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Team Canada Sochi 2014 Blog: Caleb Flaxey

By Caleb Flaxey (Team Canada alternate) — My wife Alli is here to cheer on our team. She flew here after skipping Ontario at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Montreal.

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Team Canada Sochi 2014 Blog: Dawn McEwen

By Dawn McEwen (Team Canada lead) — This morning’s game against Denmark wasn’t easy, so we were glad to pull out the win in the end.

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Team Canada Sochi 2014 Blog: Ryan Harnden

By Ryan Harnden (Team Canada lead) — We knew it would be an intense night at the Ice Cube, and, yeah, the crowd was crazy.

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Team Canada Sochi 2014 Blog: Kirsten Wall

By Kirsten Wall (Team Canada alternate) — The one thing about being an alternate instead of being one of the four players on the ice is that it is DEFINITELY more nerve-racking!

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Team Canada Sochi 2014 Blog: Brad Jacobs

By Brad Jacobs (Team Canada skip) — A lot of people look at what we did when we went unbeaten at the Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings and think that we should be doing the same thing here in Russia.

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