Curling Canada Championships

  • 2019 Canadian Curling Club Championships headed to Leduc, Alta.
    Canadian curling’s grassroots will be celebrated alongside this country’s top stars when the 2019 Canadian Curling Club Championships are staged in Leduc, Alta., in November. The 11th annual Canadian Curling Club Championships, which offer an elite national championship experience to Canada’s top club curlers, will take place Nov. 25-30 at ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada National ChampionshipsPublished on 2019-05-06
  • Alberta finally claims Canadian wheelchair gold
    After years and years of knocking at the door, Jack Smart and his Alberta teammates finally wheeled their right through it on Wednesday afternoon in Boucherville, Que. Smart and his Calgary-based team — vice-skip Martin Purvis, second Bruno Yizek, lead Anne Hibberd, alternate Wendy Frazier and coach Bridget Wilson — ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada National ChampionshipsPublished on 2019-05-01
  • Medal games set at 2019 Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship
    Manitoba’s Dennis Thiessen and Alberta’s Jack Smart will battle for gold, and Ontario’s Jim Armstrong and Northern Ontario’s Doug Dean will decide who takes home the bronze medal after a day of playoff action wrapped up at the 2019 Canadian Wheelchair Championship in Boucherville, Que. Thiessen, the 2017 champion, and ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada National ChampionshipsPublished on 2019-04-30
  • Playoff teams set at 2019 Wheelchair Curling Championship
    The playoff match-ups are set at the 2019 Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship in Boucherville, Que., after the final round robin draw wrapped up on Monday evening at the Club de curling de Boucherville. After four days of pool play, the six teams moving forward to the playoffs have been determined. ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada National ChampionshipsPublished on 2019-04-29
  • Alberta remains the only perfect team at 2019 Canadian Wheelchair Championship
    After three days of round-robin play at the 2019 Canadian Wheelchair Championship, team Alberta’s Jack Smart holds a perfect 4-0 record after defeating Saskatchewan’s Donna Ackerman 9-3 in Draw 5 on Sunday. Alberta becomes the only undefeated team and has secured a spot in the playoffs. In other action on ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada National ChampionshipsPublished on 2019-04-28
  • ONTARIO TEAMS SECURING TOP SPOTS AT WHEELCHAIR CHAMPIONSHIP
    Day two of the 2019 Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship saw the Ontario-based teams rise to the top of the standings. The biggest match-up of the heavyweights saw Jim Armstrong and his Ontario teammates take on 2018 bronze medal Paralympian Marie Wright from Saskatchewan in a battle to claim top and ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada National ChampionshipsPublished on 2019-04-27
  • Canadian Wheelchair championship is underway in Boucherville, Que.
    The 2019 Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship got underway at the Boucherville Curling Club in Boucherville, Que., today with fourteen teams from across Canada vying for the national title. In Draw 1 action, Ontario’s top-seeded team from the Toronto Cricket and Skating Club in Toronto, skipped by Jim Armstrong, with third ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada National ChampionshipsPublished on 2019-04-26
  • 2019 Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship starts Friday in Boucherville, Que.
    An expanded field of 14 teams will be on the ice when the 2019 Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship begins Friday at the Club de curling de Boucherville in Boucherville, Que. With an eye on increasing participation in the Paralympic discipline from coast to coast, some provinces and territories will be ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada National ChampionshipsPublished on 2019-04-24
  • Sudbury, Ont., to play host to 2020 Canadian U-18 championships
    Canada’s future curling stars will be on display in Sudbury, Ont., when that city plays host to the 2020 Canadian Under-18 Boys and Girls Curling Championships, it was announced today by Curling Canada. The fourth annual Canadian Under-18 Championships are scheduled for April 21-26, and will be co-hosted by the ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada National ChampionshipsPublished on 2019-04-16
  • Canada takes silver, Edin wins record-tying fourth Pioneer Hi-Bred world curling crown
    LETHBRIDGE, Alta. — Canada’s Kevin Koe, who had produced magic all weekend long, couldn’t conjure up one last “Koedini” to prevent Sweden’s Niklas Edin from tying a record with his fourth world title at the 2019 Pioneer Hi-Bred World Men’s Curling Championship, presented by Service Experts, Heating, Air Conditioning and ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada National ChampionshipsPublished on 2019-04-07
  • Northern Ontario girls, Ontario boys win 2019 Canadian Under-18 Championships
    SHERWOOD PARK, ALTA. — Northern Ontario’s Bella Croisier and her team became the first to win gold at both the Canada Winter Games and Canadian Under-18 Curling Championships in the same season. Croisier, vice-skip Jamie Smith, second Piper Croisier, lead Lauren Rajala and coach Shawn Croisier of the Idylwylde Golf ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada National ChampionshipsPublished on 2019-04-07
  • Swiss capture Pioneer Hi-Bred world championship bronze medal
    LETHBRIDGE, Alta. — Peter de Cruz has become a collector of a precious metal he’s happy to have, but he feels his collection of bronze is “way too big.” The Swiss skip picked up his sixth international bronze medal as Switzerland defeated Japan, skipped by Yuta Matsumura, 8-4 to claim ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada National ChampionshipsPublished on 2019-04-07
  • Koe’s last-rock draw gives Canada semifinal win at Pioneer Hi-Bred World Men’s Championship
    LETHBRIDGE, Alta. – Kevin Koe is known more for his spectacular doubles and run-backs but Saturday night he needed perfect draw weight to give Canada a heart-stopping 6-5, extra end victory over Peter de Cruz of Switzerland to give himself a shot at a third world championship title. Koe drew ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada National ChampionshipsPublished on 2019-04-07
  • Ontario’s Niepage finds groove, advances to semis at 2019 Under-18’s
    SHERWOOD PARK, Alta. — Ontario’s Dylan Niepage had a less than ideal start at the 2019 Canadian Under-18 Curling Championships. The 17-year-old skip was feeling discouraged after starting the event with one win and two losses. But the team from the Coldwater & District Curling Club picked up two important ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada National ChampionshipsPublished on 2019-04-07
  • Sweden beats Japan to advance to final at Pioneer Hi-Bred World Men’s Championship
    LETHBRIDGE, Alta. – Defending world men’s curling champion Niklas Edin of Sweden moved one step closer to a record-tying fourth title Saturday at the ENMAX Centre with an impressive 8-2 semifinal win over Yuta Matsumura of Japan. Sweden, which finished atop the round-robin standings at 11-1, will play in Sunday’s ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada National ChampionshipsPublished on 2019-04-06

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