Tag Archives: Women (page 2)

Tag Archives: Women

Women in Coaching: Amazing Opportunities

September 23, 2010

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

September 9, 2010

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)

September 8, 2010

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

September 7, 2010

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

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Between The Sheets by Cheryl Bernard

June 7, 2010

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

March 18, 2009

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

December 19, 2008

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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