Author Archives: Kyle Jahns

Author Archives: Kyle Jahns

Canada takes top playoff seed at 2019 World Mixed

October 17, 2019

The Canadian team was not content on simply coasting into the playoffs at the 2019 World Mixed Curling Championship. Canada closed the round robin with two more wins on Thursday and finished with an unbeaten record in Aberdeen, Scotland.

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Canada qualifies for playoffs at 2019 World Mixed Curling Championship

October 16, 2019

The Canadian mixed curling team has secured its ticket to the playoffs at the 2019 World Mixed Curling Championship.

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Canadian comeback win keeps Kurz on top at World Mixed Curling Championship

October 15, 2019

It wasn’t the prettiest of wins, but it did prove that when it mattered most the Canadian team could battle back from adversity at the 2019 World Mixed Curling Championship.

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Canada sweeps Thanksgiving weekend at 2019 World Mixed

October 14, 2019

Colin Kurz and his Winnipeg-based team are a long way from home during the Thanksgiving weekend, but have plenty to be thankful for at the 2019 World Mixed Curling Championship.

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Canada remains lone unbeaten team in pool at 2019 World Mixed

October 13, 2019

Canada has gained an edge on its competition and remains the only undefeated team in its pool at the 2019 World Mixed Curling Championship in Aberdeen, Scotland.

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Canada caps first World Mixed victory against Germany’s Kapp

October 12, 2019

Canada started the 2019 World Mixed Curling Championship with an opening-day victory, setting the tone for what the team hopes will be a successful week.

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Canada targeting another gold at World Mixed Curling Championship

October 10, 2019

Canada will attempt to become the first nation to win back-to-back gold medals when the team steps onto the ice at the 2019 World Mixed Curling Championship this Saturday at Curl Aberdeen in Aberdeen, Scotland.

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Jacobs grinds way to Stu Sells Toronto Tankard title

October 9, 2019

“Wow, what a grind,” Team Jacobs wrote on their Instagram caption. “Which makes the win that much better.” 

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Youth Olympics adventure: Making the Canadian team

October 4, 2019

Jaedon Neuert is a 17-year-old curler from Winnipeg who will compete for Canada at the 2020 Youth Olympic Games in Lausanne, Switzerland, next January. This is the first in a series of stories where Jaedon will share his Youth Olympic Games experience from making the team to representing Canada for the first time in his career.

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2020 Men of Curling fundraising calendar now on sale

September 18, 2019

The boys are back for another rendition of the Men of Curling calendar, featuring curlers from four countries across the globe and benefitting numerous charitable efforts – including Curling Canada’s philanthropic programs that support and develop youth programs across the country.

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Curling Canada, World Curling Federation extend partnership with eight-year agreement

September 6, 2019

A valuable and beneficial partnership between the World Curling Federation and Curling Canada has been extended for the long-term after reaching an eight-year agreement, it was announced today at the World Curling Congress in Cancun, Mexico.

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Tomorrow’s curling stars today: NextGen camp laying groundwork for future Canadian success on world stage

August 23, 2019

They’re recent national junior and university champions, but it’s not about what these athletes have accomplished in the past; it’s about their potential of providing excellence to Canadian curling for years to come.

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Birthright added to Curling Canada residency rules

June 6, 2019

The residency rules that determine eligibility for the national men’s and women’s curling championships have been updated, it was announced today by Curling Canada. Players can now use birthright status to represent the province or territory they were born, even after moving away.

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Colleges’ commitments to curlers paying off at CCAA-Curling Canada championships

May 13, 2019

When Owen Tester was considering which college to attend there were a few requirements on his list. He was looking for a solid education and overall enjoyable post-secondary experience. But he also wanted something else from school – the chance to win a national curling championship.

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Canada’s Jones and Koe win Curling World Cup Grand Final

May 12, 2019

Canada’s Jennifer Jones and Kevin Koe ended their seasons on high notes by topping the competition in the women’s and men’s events at the Curling World Cup Grand Final in Beijing. Both teams ensured their victories thanks to some timely steals throughout the day. The Canadian team of Laura Walker and Kirk Muyres finished second overall in the mixed doubles competition.

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