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Krista McCarville wins to enter 4-way tie for 1st at Olympic curling pre-trials
John Morris suffered his first setback in his long road back to Olympic competition, losing 8-7 to Colton Flasch on Wednesday at the Road to the Roar Olympic curling pre-trials in Summerside, P.E.I. [...]
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Calgary's Alex Gough wins 9th national luge title
Calgary's Alex Gough finished over a half-second ahead of the competition Saturday to win the Canadian women's luge championship for the ninth time in her career. [...]
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Kim Boutin wins silver at short track World Cup opener
Kim Boutin of Sherbrooke, Que., had a successful start to the season, earning silver in the 1500-metre at the short track speed skating World Cup opener in Budapest, Hungary, on Saturday. [...]
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Team Canada wins gold at World Senior Curling Championships
Canada is on top of the curling world again as a senior women's team from Nova Scotia beat Switzerland in the gold medal final Saturday. [...]
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Canada wins opener at world mixed doubles curling championship
Canada's Joanne Courtney and Reid Carruthers beat Turkey's Dilsat Yildiz and Alican Karatas 10-4 in their opening game Saturday at the world mixed doubles curling championship in Lethbridge, Alta. [...]
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Brad Gushue adds 2 more wins to stay perfect at curling worlds
Canada's Brad Gushue wanted to build on his team's strong performance during the national playdowns in his first appearance at the Ford World Men's Curling Championship. [...]
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Morris wins Elite 10 with 1-up victory over Jacobs
Jim Cotter chipped out Brad Jacobs's counter to lead the John Morris rink to win the Elite 10 championship on Sunday at the Grand Slam of Curling event with a 1-up victory. [...]
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Canada's Mike Riddle wins halfpipe silver at worlds
Edmonton's Mike Riddle won silver in the men's skiing halfpipe on Saturday at the world freestyle skiing championships. [...]
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Mark Arendz wins para-biathlon silver at Pyeongchang test event
Canada's Mark Arendz won silver in the men's 7.5-kilometre standing biathlon event at the World Para-Nordic World Cup in Pyeongchang, South Korea. [...]
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Northern Ontario's Brad Jacobs 1st to 6 wins at Brier
Northern Ontario's Brad Jacobs is the first skip to reach the six-win mark at the Tim Hortons Brier. The reigning Olympic curling champion defeated New Brunswick's Mike Kennedy 6-5 in Wednesday's earl [...]
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Mikael Kingsbury wins 6th straight World Cup moguls gold
Canada's Mikael Kingsbury captured his sixth straight World Cup freestyle skiing gold medal on Saturday in Zhangjiakou, China. [...]
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