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North America wins World Financial Group Continental Cup

North America captured the 2011 World Financial Group Continental Cup, presented by Monsanto, at Servus Credit Union Place, beating Team World 298-102.

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North America approaching points record at WFG Continental Cup

This is possibly shaping up to be the most lopsided Continental Cup in history. Not that the victors are counting, mind you.

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The 4th issue of The Morning Cup

Here’s the Fourth issue of The Morning Cup, the Canadian Curling Association-supported daily newspaper at the World Financial Group 2011 Continental Cup of Curling in St. Albert.

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North America claims World Financial Group Continental Cup

In the end, it was the cakewalk that appeared to be developing from the start.

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North America closing in on Cup win

As he stepped off the ice at Servus Credit Union Place, it was suggested to David Murdoch that he’d just kept Team World’s ship afloat.

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The Pause that Refreshes

There was constant jabber last curling season about burnout and fatigue. Some players were wiped out from following the long grind leading to the Winter Olympic Games. Some said they needed a break.  Some wanted to take a year off.

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The 3rd issue of The Morning Cup

Here’s the Third issue of The Morning Cup, the Canadian Curling Association-supported daily newspaper at the World Financial Group 2011 Continental Cup of Curling in St. Albert.

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North America grabs a commanding 90-18 lead at WFG Continental Cup

The World Financial Group’s Continental Cup is threatening to become the event’s biggest blowout in its seven-year history.

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Home side increases lead to 72-18 through Friday afternoon

Team North America persisted in piling on the pressure Friday afternoon at the Servus Credit Union Place, taking two of three mixed doubles matches at Continental Cup VII.

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North America continues to roll at WFG Continental Cup

It’s been a one-sided battle to date, but Rick Lang isn’t in a comfort zone just yet.

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Schoepp Around

Andrea Schoepp doesn’t have the use of a bicycle during the Continental Cup at the Servus Credit Union Place this week. If she did, the current world women’s curling champion skip claims she’s be riding from the hotel to the arena and back every day, and never mind the minus-20 temperatures or the ice-bound streets.

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The 2nd issue of The Morning Cup

Here’s the Second issue of The Morning Cup, the Canadian Curling Association-supported daily newspaper at the World Financial Group 2011 Continental Cup of Curling in St. Albert.

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North America leads Team World after Day One at WFG Continental Cup

It may be early days at the World Financial Group Continental Cup but the form chart from the past more than supports the premise that this issue is far from being decided.

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Team North America widens lead to 30-6 after Mixed Doubles

Susan O’Connor of Calgary knows mixed doubles curling. Matter of fact, she knows mixed curling, having won two Canadian championships.

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North America 12, World 6 after Women’s team play

So, the only important matches at the Continental Cup are on the weekend, eh?

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