Tag Archives: Tim Hortons Brier (page 4)

Tag Archives: Tim Hortons Brier

Featured Curling Athlete: Carter Rycroft

February 6, 2012

Carter Rycroft has never been one to seek the curling spotlight, but it always seems to find him because ever since he finished his junior career, he’s played on some of the best curling teams on the planet.

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Featured Curling Athlete: Matt Wozniak

January 23, 2012

Matt Wozniak and his Team Mike McEwen ’mates are living proof how what commitment and effort can do for a young curling team.

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Brier Bound: Prairies Update

January 17, 2012

Who’s bound for the 2012 Tim Hortons Brier? The journey continues with an update from the Prairies.

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Brier Bound: West Update

January 13, 2012

The road to the 2012 Tim Hortons Brier continues with an update from the West.

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Brier Bound: East Update

January 11, 2012

The road to the 2012 Tim Hortons Brier continues with an update from the East.

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Featured Curling Athlete: Craig Savill

January 9, 2012

Front-enders in curling are typically anonymous — players who do the sweeping and let the skip and third make the shots that get shown on the highlight clips.

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Featured Curling Athlete: Ben Hebert

December 26, 2011

Ben Hebert had built up a pretty nice collection of Brier Purple Hearts since exhausting his junior eligibility.

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Brier Bound

December 21, 2011

The 2012 Tim Hortons Brier will be contested at Saskatoon’s Credit Union Centre from March 3-11, and the country’s best curlers are now in the thick of provincial play-downs to determine who will comprise the field at the game’s highest profile championship.

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Featured Curling Athlete: Steve Gould

December 12, 2011

These days, teams protecting a lead in the last end of a curling game can’t be successful if their lead doesn’t have the tick shot in his arsenal.

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Featured Curling Athlete: Joel Jordison

November 28, 2011

After a few years of calling the shots, Joel Jordison was ready to take a step away from the house and give his sweeping muscles a wakeup call for the 2011-12 curling season.

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Thinking Time: A new rule gets a look at the Canada Cup of Curling

November 28, 2011

Around 20 years ago, former Canadian women’s curling champion Patti Wuthrich (back then, she was Patti Vande) was trying to get her head around a problem.

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Featured Curling Athlete: Pat Simmons

October 31, 2011

Alberta is filled with former Saskatchewan residents who’ve headed west in search of opportunities, so Pat Simmons fits right in as the first-year vice-skip for Kevin Koe’s curling team.

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Howard Intent on Bringing the Cup Back to the East

October 18, 2011

Alberta held exclusive rights to the Canada Cup of Curling men’s crown until last year when the Glenn Howard team from Coldwater, Ontario turned back Kevin Martin in his bid for a fourth title.

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Featured Curling Athlete: Brad Jacobs

October 17, 2011

Sault Ste. Marie’s Brad Jacobs has already managed to put together a solid curling resume as a skip at the relatively tender age of 26.

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TSN Enhances Major Partnership with Canadian Curling Association with Multi-Year Rights Extension

September 29, 2011

Bell Media’s TSN and the Canadian Curling Association (CCA) announced today they are enhancing their partnership with a long-term multimedia rights extension. As part of the new deal, TSN continues to be the home of curling in Canada through to the 2019-20 season with exclusive Canadian rights to Season of Champions events. The new deal also includes extended French-language coverage on Bell Media’s RDS and RDS2 – ensuring more French-language curling coverage than ever before with 250 hours of Season of Champions coverage. Multiple other components and activation strategies, such as Continental Cup coverage in Olympic years and guaranteed broadcasting of the new Pre-trials Road to the Roar, have been established to help to continue to grow the sport across Canada.

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