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Big ends boost Brad Gushue to victory in Canadian Open final
Brad Gushue scored four in the second end and added three more in the sixth end as he defeated Niklas Edin 8-3 in the final of the Grand Slam of Curling's Canadian Open in North Battleford, Sask., on [...]
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Brad Gushue shuts out Brad Jacobs to reach final at Canadian Open
Brad Gushue is heading to the finals after blanking Brad Jacobs 4-0 at the Grand Slam of Curling Canadian Open on Saturday in North Battleford, Sask. [...]
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Jacobs, Edin qualify for playoffs at Canadian Open curling
Brad Jacobs and Niklas Edin are the first two skips on the men's side to qualify for the playoffs, while Casey Scheidegger upset Rachel Homan 10-4 on Thursday at the Canadian Open in North Battleford, [...]
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Curlers Edin, Jacobs advance to A final at Canadian Open
Top curlers Rachel Homan and Jennifer Jones suffered upset losses Wednesday in the opening draw of Day 2 of the Canadian Open Grand Slam of Curling event in North Battlefield, Sask. [...]
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Canadian aerials team earns silver at freestyle skiing World Cup
The Canadian team of Catrine Lavallée, Travis Gerrits, and Lewis Irving came away with silver in the aerials event at the freestyle skiing World Cup stop in Beida Lake, China, on Sunday. [...]
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What if Canadian figure skaters were anime characters?
ISU figure skating is making its way to Sapporo, Japan for the NHK Trophy this weekend. In true Japanese fashion check out the Canadian skaters who are competing reimagined as anime characters. [...]
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Canadian skating great Wotherspoon lends a hand to Norway
In hopes of ending a three-decade Olympic medal drought in long track speed skating's sprint events, Norway has turned to the Canadian who once dominated the short distances to reverse its fortunes. [...]
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Lumsden, Wright give boost to Canadian men's bobsleigh team
The return of two-time Olympians Jesse Lumsden and Neville Wright to Canada's bobsleigh team has contributed to the sudden depth on the men's side. [...]
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Colleen Jones' naysayers proved wrong with Canadian Sports Hall of Fame induction
Colleen Jones has fond memories of the many curling titles she won over her long career. The victories that came after being told she couldn't repeat her early success have always stuck with her. [...]
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Road to the Olympic Games: Canadian curlers' toughest task
The toughest thing to do in curling, especially if you’re Canadian, is to repeat as gold medallist at the Olympic Games. The journey to that end continues with the advent of the high stakes campaign [...]
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Canadian Hall of Fame figure skating coach Ellen Burka dies at 95
Ellen Burka, one of the world's most respected coaches and choreographers, died Monday night, according to Skate Canada. Toller Cranston, six-time Canadian champion and 1976 Olympic bronze medallist, [...]
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