Curling

Canada extends world curling championships hosting deal
Canada will continue to host a world curling championship annually until 2020 thanks to an extended agreement between Curling Canada and the World Curling Federation. [...]
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Brad Gushue completes undefeated run with Tour Challenge title
Brier champion Brad Gushue downed Steffen Walstad of Norway 9-1 on Sunday in Regina to win the Grand Slam of Curling's Tour Challenge. [...]
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What to expect at The Pinty's Grand Slam of Curling
Saturday marks the start of the 2017 Grand Slam of Curling season. Here's who to look out for this Olympic-qualifying season. [...]
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Curling season starts with eye on Olympic prize
The top 60 curling teams from not only Canada but around the world are in Regina this week to begin the Grand Slam of Curling calendar year. [...]
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Gushue defeats Howard in opening draw of Tour Challenge
Brad Gushue is off to a perfect start at the Tour Challenge curling tournament. The St. John's, N.L., skip opened the Grand Slam of Curling event Tuesday afternoon with an 8-1 victory over Glenn Howar [...]
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Gushue, teammates bag rich season start at Everest Challenge
Brad Gushue made a routine takeout on his last shot of the inaugural Everest Curling Challenge Sunday night in Fredericton to capture the single-largest curling cash prize ever of $200,000. [...]
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Cash before gold: Canadian Olympic curling champions play for $200K
The who’s who of Canadian curlers have assembled in Fredericton this weekend for the Everest Curling Challenge with the chance of winning the largest cash prize in the sport’s history. For many, i [...]
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28-team field chosen for Canada's pre-Olympic curling trials
Olympic medallists John Morris and Shannon Kleibrink are two of the headliners in the 28-team field for the Home Hardware Road to the Roar Pre-Trials curling competition. [...]
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Canadian curling championships adding wild-card team
A 16th team has been added to next year's Canadian men's and women's curling championships, and it will have to win its way in via a wild-card game. Curling Canada revamped the format of the Tim Horto [...]
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Rachel Homan's Olympic pursuit starts now
After winning her third Scotties title and her first world championship, Rachel Homan took a (much deserved) vacation. Now the skip and her Ottawa rink are reloading and setting their sights on winnin [...]
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Canadian curling clubs rocked by big cable companies
Curling clubs across Canada are rallying together and pushing back against what they see as unfair treatment by the country's two biggest cable television providers. [...]
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