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Classic Curler: Julie Skinner (Sutton)

Julie Skinner (nee Sutton) appeared on the Canadian curling scene in 1986, when she and her twin sister, Jodie, captured the Canadian junior women’s title in Noranda, Quebec.

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Women in Coaching: The fall is gone, time for some R&R!!

Where did the FALL go?  And have we Recovered?

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Women in Coaching: From Curler to Coach

After moving to Victoria for competitive curling, I realized it was one of the toughest regions to win.  We had some highly competitive games with another very good local team.  Sometimes we won, sometimes we lost.

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Women in Coaching: Networking

Being a part of a sport is awesome!  It is an opportunity to do something you love doing as well as a chance to meet people from every corner of the world.   You will never know what impact these people may have on your life, at the time, or in the future.

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Women in Coaching: Amazing Opportunities

People always tell me things happen for a reason.  And when my playing career ended I didn’t know which direction I would be going.  Now, there is absolutely no question.

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Hey Coach: A Weekend of Learning at La Releve Camp

It’s an amazing experience as a curling fan to see a young athlete turn around and say “How was that Coach?” and the person answering is a current high performance curler in our country. That was our reality this past weekend at our La Releve Camp in Edmonton.

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