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Canada, Germany on top, Latvia wins first ever at Ford Worlds

March 21, 2010

Canadian champion Jennifer Jones of Winnipeg executed a spectacular raise-triple takeout with her last rock of the eighth end which served to preserve a 6-4 victory over Switzerland and a 2-and-0 record at the Ford World women’s curling championship, presented by Monsanto, on Sunday afternoon.

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Germany moves to 2-0 at Ford World Women’s

March 21, 2010

World champion Bingyu Wang of China suffered her second straight setback at the Ford World women’s curling championship on Sunday morning while European champion Andrea Schoepp of Germany extended her winning record to two.

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USA leads the way after Day One at Ford World Women’s

March 20, 2010

The Stars and Stripes were waving furiously at the Ford World women’s curling championship on opening day.

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Defending champion China drops opener to Germany

March 20, 2010

Defending world champion Bingyu Wang of China was upended Saturday afternoon in the initial round of action at the Ford World women’s curling championship, presented by Monsanto.

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World Financial Group Canadian Seniors begin Saturday in Ottawa

March 19, 2010

The World Financial Group Canadian Senior Men’s and Women’s Curling Championships get underway Saturday at the Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club.

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Teams ready to sink or swim in Swift Current

March 19, 2010

Supposedly, also purportedly, the Ford World women’s curling championship field departing the blocks Saturday at the Credit Union iplex is inferior to that which gathered last month in Vancouver to chase Olympic medals.

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Ford World Women’s starts Saturday in Swift Current

March 17, 2010

The 2010 Ford World Women’s Curling Championship, presented by Monsanto, gets underway Saturday at the Credit Union i-plex in Swift Current.

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John Morris, Marc Kennedy, and Ben Hebert greeted by more than 1000 fans at White Oaks Mall

March 15, 2010

The first official visit for Canada’s 2010 Olympic gold medal winners in men’s curling took place right here in London at the White Oaks Mall.

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Alberta claims 25th Brier title in dramatic fashion

March 14, 2010

It took a cold out-turn draw to a piece of the button in an extra end for Kevin Koe to win Alberta’s 25th Brier title, 6-5 over Ontario’s Glenn Howard.

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Alberta to face undefeated Ontario in Tim Hortons Brier final

March 13, 2010

From swagger to stagger?  Maybe it was a task too tough for the Moosies.  Getting behind on the scoreboard has, over a period of a couple of seasons in the curling wars, been tough for a lot of teams playing Kevin Koe and his Edmonton troops.

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Alberta advances to final

March 13, 2010

Defending champion Alberta’s entry prolonged its hot pursuit of another Tim Hortons Brier on Saturday night, defeating Northern Ontario’s Brad Jacobs of Sault Ste. Marie 10-3 in a semi-final collision.

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Alberta to face Northern Ontario in tonight’s semi-final

March 13, 2010

Alberta’s Kevin Koe, skipping an Edmonton team from the Saville Sports Centre, home of luminaries like Kevin Martin and Randy Ferbey, today advanced to the Tim Hortons Brier semi-final slated for 7:30 p.m. AT/6:30 pm ET, live on TSN, from the Metro Centre.

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Ontario on to Tim Hortons Brier final

March 12, 2010

It was nip, tuck, to say nothing of tense, but Ontario’s Glenn Howard finally escaped with his 12th straight victory at the Tim Hortons Brier on Friday night.

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Playoff pairings set at Tim Hortons Brier

March 11, 2010

For the first time since the last time Glenn Howard of Ontario won the Tim Hortons Brier (2007), the playoff field emerged cut and dried from the round-robin preliminary.

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Ontario officially claims top spot at Tim Hortons Brier

March 11, 2010

Ontario clinched top spot in the round-robin standings and Quebec fell out of the running as the playoff picture continued to clear up Thursday afternoon at the 2010 Tim Hortons Brier, presented by Monsanto, at the Metro Centre.

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