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Curling coaches receive Petro-Canada awards

November 7, 2014

Four coaches who guided Canadian curling teams to major international successes during the 2013-14 season were the recipients of the Coaching Association of Canada’s Petro-Canada Coaching Excellence Awards.

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CTRS race heating up this weekend

November 7, 2014

Just because many of the top teams are taking the weekend off, it doesn’t mean that it’s a quiet time on the World Curling Tour. The truth is quite the opposite — both the men and women have several events going on across the country, featuring some highly-positioned teams on the Canadian Team Ranking System.

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Gushue survives McEwen onslaught

November 3, 2014

Although Mike McEwen made what some people are calling the “shot of the year,” the Grand Slam of Curling’s Masters belonged to Brad Gushue of St. John’s.

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McEwen hopes to continue hot start

October 31, 2014

When all the the world’s top teams show up at the same event, the winner is often determined by who gets hot that week. In the case of Winnipeg’s Mike McEwen, it’s more of a case of staying hot.

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Winnipeg teams pad CTRS lead

October 28, 2014

Going into the weekend, two Winnipeg teams were at the top of the Canadian Team Ranking System lists. After all the dust had settled in Gatineau, Que., and Portage la Prairie, Man., the same two teams were still in the lead — just farther ahead.

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Team Gushue looks to build on high ranking

October 24, 2014

If you were to ask most curling fans who the top three men’s teams in the world are, many might be able to guess two out of three — Olympic champion Brad Jacobs (Sault Ste. Marie, Ont.) and Winnipeg’s Mike McEwen have been ranked first and second on the World Curling Tour’s Order of Merit, respectively, for what seems like an eternity.

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Fundraising calendar benefits For The Love of Curling

October 21, 2014

Curling’s newest fundraising calendar will provide a legacy to young athletes getting their start in the Roaring Game.

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Team McEwen pulls off big win in Portage

October 21, 2014

Team Brad Jacobs started the 2014-2015 season where they left off last year. After a season of unprecedented success that included an Olympic gold medal, the Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., foursome won 17 of their first 19 games to start the new season, launching them into first place in the Canadian Team Ranking System standings.

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Top men’s teams to clash in Portage la Prairie

October 17, 2014

After losing the final in last week’s Toronto event (only their second loss of in their first 19 games), Team Brad Jacobs is back in action in the World Curling Tour’s Portage la Prairie, Man., stop, the Canad Inns Men’s Classic.

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CCA’s Greg Stremlaw earns Canadian Olympic Committee appointment

October 17, 2014

The Canadian Curling Association will have a more prominent voice within the Canadian Olympic movement.

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Curling plays major role in Year of Sport in Canada

October 16, 2014

The Canadian Curling Association will play a significant role in the Year of Sport in Canada, it was announced today.

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Get ALL the scores on curling.ca!

October 15, 2014

Canada’s most comprehensive curling website now has even more to offer fans.

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Jones tops Homan in Calgary showdown

October 14, 2014

With several events on the World Curling Tour this weekend, there was plenty of action across the country and lots of points up for grabs. Two Manitoba teams came away as the big winners, with Jennifer Jones and Reid Carruthers cashing in tournament wins, in high-valued events.

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Stars on ice gather in Calgary!

October 10, 2014

Two different kinds of sliders gathered on Thursday afternoon at the Glencoe Club in Calgary for some Canadian team bonding.

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Courtney adjusting to life with Team Homan

October 9, 2014

At age 25, Joanne Courtney has already handled most of the high pressure situations in competitive curling. She’s played in the Scotties Tournament of Hearts, the Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings, and countless other high-level events. But this season, she’s facing a new challenge: being the new girl.

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