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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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Women in Coaching: An Apprenticeship Program

Call it culture, call it history, call it anything you wish, but it is of no surprise that women have had a harder time finding coaching and leadership positions in sport.

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Inside the NTP (National Team Program)

Sometimes I have to pinch myself to believe that my job is real. Everyday I get to rub shoulders with some of the most amazing women in Canadian sport who are doing absolutely exceptional things – the elite performers in women’s curling.

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Female Athlete of the Week: Brenda Nicholls

This week’s Female Athlete of the Week is Brenda Nicholls of Quebec City.

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Between The Sheets by Cheryl Bernard

Welcome to the first (of many) blogs I will be doing exclusively for the Curling.ca website for the next year. Why a blog? Seems that after you win a silver medal, people are interested. They want to get “between the sheets” and find out the details – what we do and why we do it! So enjoy!

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Arsenault, Larouche lead women at Canada Cup

Mary-Anne Arsenault of Halifax and Marie-France Larouche of St-Romuald, Quebec are the current leaders in women’s play after Draw 3 of the Canada Cup, presented by Richardson International.

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Team World sweeps women’s games Friday morning at Continental Cup

Team World swept all three women’s games Friday morning at the Continental Cup, presented by Monsanto, to open a 54-18 point lead over North America, heading into this afternoon’s Mixed Doubles session.

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