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SPORTSNET:
Jones stays golden to win Manitoba...
Reigning Olympic champion Jennifer Jones ran Kerri Einarson out of rocks in the 10th end and captured her seventh career Manitoba Scotties Tournament of Hearts title with a 5-2 win Sunday in Winkler, Man. The Winnipeg team of Jones, third Kaitlyn Lawes, second Jill Officer and lead Dawn McEwen stayed golden throughout the tournament finishing on top of the Asham Group in the round-robin stage with an undefeated 7-0 record and beating Einarson 9-6 Saturday night in the page playoff 1-vs-1 game. Einarson, who went 7-0 in the Extreme Force Group, held off Barb Spencer 5-3 in the semifinal earlier in the day to set up the rematch. Jones opened with the hammer and already held shot stone before throwing her final rock and looked to score two. However, her rock had a little too much heat on it,...
PLAYDOWNS:
Knezevic wins the BC Scotties Women’s...
By Ellie Lambert Patti Knezevic has won the 2015 BC Scotties presented by Best Western - a decade after she first made the final. Knezevic claimed the crown after winning a tense extra end in the final which took place at Golden Ears Winter Club in Maple Ridge. The Prince George restauranteur and her team [...]
CCA CURLING:
Former champs return to 2015 M;M...
A year away from the M&M Meat Shops Canadian Junior Curling Championships only made Corryn Brown's competitive fires burn hotter. The 19-year-old Team B.C. skip and her team from Kamloops â€;quot; third Erin Pincott, second Samantha Fisher, lead Sydney Fraser and coach Allison MacInnis â€;quot; won gold at the 2013 M&M Meat Shops Canadian Juniors ...
THE CURLING NEWS BLOG:
Vol. 58 Issue 3: January 2015
BRIER/STOH FUTURE IN DOUBT Our Hall-Of-Fame columnist Terry Jones breaks down the CCA's shocking event concepts of the future – INCLUDES DIGITAL PHOTO GALLERY GONE DIGITAL As we've said, every issue of The Curling News is now enhanced and expanded online with more pages of exclusive, interactive curling content – but you must subscribe to get it all CURLING TV/WEB GUIDE You won't believe the amount of stuff to watch in January, and only we have the most in-depth and accurate listings – EXPANDED FOR DIGITAL EDITION BEWARE THE CURLING ZOMBIES Veteran Jim Corrigan on the joy of beating young...
GOLDLINE CURLING:
2014-15 Goldline Catalogue
WHEELCHAIR CURLING:
Nova Scotia Wheelchair Curling...
The 2015 NS Wheelchair Curling Championship is set for January 30th to February 1st at Lakeshore Curling Club in Lower Sackville. Two teams will play head to head in a best of five championship series. The winner will represent Nova Scotia at the 2015 Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championships in Boucherville, Quebec.Veteran curler and four-time Nova Scotia Champion, Trendal Hubley-Bolivar, will take his team to the ice seeking the championship. He will be playing head to head against former team mate Laughie Rutt who will skip the late George Horning team. The Horning team had considered withdrawing from the event with the recent passing of their skip but have decided to honor George by continuing with his plan for the year.Hubley-Bolivar will be joined by his ongoing team mates of Terry Coussineau,...
CANOE:
Jones clips Einarson in Scotties...
WINKLER - East St. Paul skip Kerri Einarson got her wish.
THE CURLING SHOW:
Steve Laycock of Saskatchewan,...
He showed his savvy ways as a currency trader when he led his team to a win at the U.S. Open of Curling in early January, securing a wad of American cash to spend on a vacation in Palm Springs. But Team Laycock has done more than just win in the USA â€;quot; they've made big strides this year and are consistently in the hunt at major events. A runner-up finish at the Pinty's Grand Slam of Curling Canadian Open indicates that this team has moved into the top tier of elite teams. I hope you'll pay attention to the introduction of this podcast and think about making a donation to support web streaming of the US Men's and Women's Nationals. If you've been a fan of this podcast for a number of years, I would really appreciate your support of this effort. If you don't want to donate here, you...
BOB WEEKS ON CURLING:
Some Sunday night thoughts on ice...
Bad ice. It gets the blame for everything these days. We've heard a lot about it recently and while watching the women's provincial playdowns, it was easy to see.;nbsp;In the Ontario men's playdowns, the conditions during regional play were described as horrid. Straight and relatively slow. That was where Glenn Howard got bounced. In the Alberta women's championship, the game between Heather Nedohin and Chelsea Carey had some inconsistent speed and curl that seemed to confuse both teams. Same thing in the B.C. semi-final, which appeared to have a bit of a straight spot that caught Kelly Scott's last rock, and the Manitoba women's semi where Einarson and Spencer were made to look silly. Now it should be noted that none of these curlers used the ice as an excuse...
BEHIND THE GLASS:
Pipelines and Things
It is fair to report that our sport has enjoyed great success at recent Olympic, World and European events.;nbsp; You may well argue that it has never been healthier and that we live in a golden age of success.;nbsp; If you look at the international achievements of the likes of Anna Sloan, Greg Drummond, Michael Goodfellow, Scott Andrews, Tom Brewster, Claire Hamilton, Vicky Adams, Lauren Gray, Eve Muirhead and David Murdoch - to name but ten, and in no particular order - well, you cannot really argue.;nbsp; These people have been prepared to commit wholly to their sport; they have given up huge amounts of time and effort and, yes, they are living their dream. But the rest of us should never forget that they didn't achieve this success by accident: they visit the gym regularly; they put...
COACH BILL:
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I don't feel you have to be a golfer to appreciate how incredibly talented the professionals (and some amateurs) you see play on TV are. And, should you ever have the inclination or invitation to actually attend a professional tournament, don't even hesitate. Go! It's the best live spectator sport, especially if you attend one of the practice rounds as the players generally don't mind a quick chat as they walk from green to next tee and the taking of photographs is allowed. During the tournament, you can select a spot and watch the groups pass by or you can follow a group or, well, I think you get the picture. It's the just the best!And, to see them strike the ball, well, it will take your breath away at the distance and accuracy. But, if you're not a golfer, and...
BELFRY CURLING:
Something to think about with Ontario...

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M: Canadian Junior Mens Championship
W: Canadian Junior Womens Championship
W: PEI Scotties
W: Saskatchewan Viterra Scotties
W: Manitoba Scotties
W: BC Scotties
W: Jiffy Lube Alberta Scotties
W: Ontario Scotties
W: Nova Scotia Scotties
M: German Masters
M: Illinois State Curling Championship
M: USA Junior Mens National Championships
W: USA Junior Womens National Championships