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Canada Remains Undefeated at World Championship

Team Canada continues to sit in first place at the World Men’s Curling Championship today, defeating Norway 8-3 in eight ends to remain undefeated after six draws.

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A Last-Rock Win for Team Canada

It came down to last rock, but Glenn Howard drew for one point to finalize an 8-7 win over a never-say-die USA team in Sunday evening action at the 2012 World Men’s Curling Championship presented by Ford Motor Company of Canada Ltd. in Basel, Switzerland.

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Team Canada Remains Undefeated in Basel, Switzerland

Team Canada sits at the top of the leaderboard, tied with Scotland for first place, after posting a decisive 9-2 win over Germany in Draw 3 action at the 2012 World Men’s Curling Championship presented by Ford Motor Company of Canada Ltd.

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Opening Win for Team Canada at Men’s World Championship

Team Canada’s Glenn Howard opened with a 7-5 win over France’s Thomas Dufour on Saturday afternoon in Basel, Switzerland at the 2012 World Men’s Curling Championship presented by Ford Motor Company of Canada Ltd.

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Ontario’s Middaugh wins Ford Hot Shots

So what’s the secret of skills-competition curling and Ontario shotmakers at the Brier? Wayne Middaugh, a 44-year-old veteran, two-time Brier and world champion as a second and a skip, and a newcomer to the current Ontario champions’ lineup, won the pre-Brier Ford Hot Shots competition

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Brier Bound: Ontario Update

Glenn Howard won twelve straight games in capturing his fourteenth Ontario men’s curling championship in Stratford on the afternoon of Sunday, February 12. He and his Coldwater & District Curling Club team of Wayne Middaugh, Brent Laing and Craig Savill earned the trip to Saskatoon’s Brier with a successful last end, last rock, tap back for a 5-4 victory over Peter Corner’s Brampton Curling Club squad.

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Howard Intent on Bringing the Cup Back to the East

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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Howard in the Hunt for Another Title

In the world of competitive curling, not many in the game can match the experience of Ontario’s Glenn Howard… and he’ll be bringing every bit of it to Langley for the 2012 World Financial Group Continental Cup of Curling.

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Featured Athlete: Wayne Middaugh

When it comes to the expression “match made in heaven”, it would seem tailor-made for the new back-end combination of Wayne Middaugh and Glenn Howard.

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