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All Stars and Sportsmanship Winner Declared at 2012 Scotties Tournament of Hearts

The first and second All Star teams were announced tonight with Team Manitoba claiming all of the spots on the first Team. The two teams were selected based solely on their statistics during round robin play.

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Unbeaten Canada and Scotland battle tonight at Ford World Men’s

It’s headed to a battle of unbeaten teams later today in the Ford Worlds at Regina’s Brandt Centre. Canada’s Jeff Stoughton pulled even with his 7:30 p.m. adversary, Scotland, on Tuesday afternoon, scoring three in the first end and cruising past France’s Thomas Dufour 11-5.

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Canada beats Switzerland, moves into third place tie at Capital One World Women’s

Canada’s Amber Holland prevailed over Switzerland’s Mirjam Ott, 7-4 Wednesday afternoon at the Capital One World Women’s Curling Championship in Esbjerg, Denmark, to improve to 5-3 in the 12-nation round robin.

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Pete Fenson and team to represent USA at 2011 Ford World Men’s

Team USA will have a familiar face at the upcoming world championship as Pete Fenson of Bemidji, Minn., defended his team title with a perfect 11-0 record at the 2011 USA Curling National Championships at Scheels Arena in Fargo, North Dakota, February 12 – 19.

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Norway Wears the Pants in this Field!

Team Norway captured international attention when they appeared in the 2010 Winter Olympics dressed in their outrageous pants.  But, their performance on the ice was equally noteworthy as the Thomas Ulsrud foursome took home the silver medal.

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Gushue first to qualify for Tim Hortons Brier

2006 Olympic gold medallist Brad Gushue will make his eighth appearance at the Canadian men’s curling championship when the Tim Hortons Brier gets underway March 5 at the John Labatt Centre in London.

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The Stars are Aligning for the Charlottetown Scotties!

With the Scotties Tournament of Hearts set to take to the stage at the Charlottetown Civic Centre, February 19 – 27, the field is shaping up for one of the most entertaining women’s championships in recent memory.

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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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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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Gushue’s new gang: Shades of 2006

There’s been plenty of reaction to the curling marriage of Randy Ferbey and Brad Gushue. All of it tinted in varying shades of disbelief.

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Flatlanders join forces

Sherry Anderson is a career skip. Make that… was a career skip.

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Inside the NTP: Elaine Dagg-Jackson’s Trip to Sochi, Russia

Many of my friends have been asking me if there is any chance that Russia will be unable to complete the venues in time to host the 2014 Winter Olympics

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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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Inside the NTP: National Wheelchair Curling Program

In April, about a month after the Olympic/Paralympic Games, Olympic and Paralympic athletes and coaches were invited to Ottawa to be recognized for their successes in Parliament and to celebrate with each other in Montreal at a parade and Gala! It was a terrific end to a great year in curling!

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Hey Coach: Lessons from our Olympians in Vancouver

Welcome to the first post in our new “Hey Coach” blog on Curling.ca!!! My name is Paul Webster, I am the CCA’s National Development Coach and am currently Level IV certified.

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