Curling Canada News

  • Tardi wins third straight at World Juniors
    Tyler Tardi needed a hero shot with his last rock in the tenth end, but when the dust settled, Canada came out on top of an 8-4 battle over Germany to stay in the hunt for a playoff spot at the 2019 World Junior Curling Championships in Liverpool, N.S. “It ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada NewsPublished on 2019-02-20
  • Sturmay hands Switzerland first loss at World Juniors
    Selena Sturmay and her Edmonton-based foursome continue to build momentum after handing Switzerland’s Raphaela Keiser her first loss of the round robin on Wednesday afternoon at the 2019 World Junior Curling Championships in Liverpool, N.S. Sturmay, third Abby Marks, second Kate Goodhelpsen, lead Paige Papley, alternate Karlee Burgess and coach ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada NewsPublished on 2019-02-20
  • Sturmay rebounds for third win
    After starting the day with a lopsided 9-3 loss to Sweden, Selena Sturmay found her stride against South Korea’s Minji Kim, posting an 8-3 win in Draw 10 of the 2019 World Junior Curling Championships in Liverpool, N.S. Sturmay, backed by third Abby Marks, second Kate Goodhelpsen, lead Paige Papley, ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada NewsPublished on 2019-02-19
  • Canada cruises to third win at World Juniors
    Canada’s Tyler Tardi needed only six ends to shut down Italy’s Luca Rizzolli 10-3 and capture his third win at the 2019 World Junior Curling Championships on Tuesday afternoon in Liverpool, N.S. Tardi and his crew of third Sterling Middleton, second Matt Hall, lead Alex Horvath, alternate Rylan Kleiter and ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada NewsPublished on 2019-02-19
  • Canada falls short in extra-end battle with Scotland at World Juniors
    It was a battle of last year’s finalists as Canada’s Tyler Tardi and Scotland’s Ross Whyte faced off on Monday night in Liverpool, N.S., but this time it was Scotland who came out on top, taking an 8-7 extra-end decision in the men’s round robin at the 2019 World Junior ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada NewsPublished on 2019-02-18
  • Sturmay earns second win at World Juniors
    Selena Sturmay and her Edmonton-based team got off to a quick start, then needed to pull out all the stops to pick up their second win of the 2019 World Junior Curling Championships, a 9-6 victory over Japan’s Ami Enami on Monday afternoon in Liverpool, N.S. Sturmay, third Abby Marks, ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada NewsPublished on 2019-02-18
  • Sturmay back in the win column at World Juniors
    Selena Sturmay is back in the win column after posting a 7-6 victory over USA’s Cait Flannery on Sunday night at the 2019 World Junior Curling Championships, in Liverpool, N.S. After losing a tight 6-5 battle to Scotland’s Lisa Davie on Sunday morning, Sturmay, with third Abby Marks, second Kate ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada NewsPublished on 2019-02-17
  • Junior men rebound for first win at Worlds
    Team Canada’s Tyler Tardi rebounded from an opening-day loss with a 6-4 win over Norway’s Magnus Ramsfjell on Sunday at the 2019 World Junior Curling Championships, in Liverpool, N.S. “Yeah, it’s a good bounce back,” said a relieved Tardi, who is backed by third Sterling Middleton, second Matt Hall, lead ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada NewsPublished on 2019-02-17
  • Extra-end loss for Team Canada at World Juniors
    Tyler Tardi and his Canadian junior champions from British Columbia faced a tough first game against USA’s Andrew Stopera on Saturday night, losing 7-8 in an extra end on the opening night of the 2019 World Junior Curling Championships, taking place at Queen’s Place Emera Centre in Liverpool, N.S. For ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada NewsPublished on 2019-02-16
  • 2019 World Junior Curling Championships begin Saturday in Liverpool, Nova Scotia
    Canada’s men’s and women’s junior champions will be trying to reclaim gold when the action gets underway on Saturday at the Queen’s Place Emera Centre in Liverpool, N.S., for the 2019 World Junior Curling Championships. Alberta’s Selena Sturmay, third Abby Marks, second Kate Goodhelpsen and lead Paige Papley will be ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada NewsPublished on 2019-02-13
  • Dunstone and Sahaidak/Lott win gold for Canada at Curling World Cup
    Sunday was a good day for Canadian curlers at the third leg of the Curling World Cup in Jönköping, Sweden, as mixed doubles duo Kadriana Sahaidak and Colton Lott and the Regina foursome of Matt Dustone, Braeden Moskowy, Catlin Schneider and Dustin Kidby – all coached by Scott Pfeifer – ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada NewsPublished on 2019-02-03
  • Two Canadian teams will play for gold at Curling World Cup
    Matt Dunstone’s Regina foursome and Kadriana Sahaidak and Colton Lott from Winnipeg Beach, Man., are through to the gold-medal games at the Curling World Cup in Jönköping, Sweden. Dunstone, with vice-skip Braeden Moskowy, second Catlin Schneider and lead Dustin Kidby, drew the four-foot with his last shot to score a 5-3 ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada NewsPublished on 2019-02-02
  • Sahaidak/Lott still in contention at Curling World Cup
    Canada’s young mixed doubles team of Kadriana Sahaidak and Colton Lott from Winnipeg still have a shot at reaching the championship final of the third leg of the Curling World Cup in Jönköping, Sweden. The 2018 Canadian Mixed Doubles Championship runners-up split their games on Friday at the Jönköping Curling ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada NewsPublished on 2019-02-01
  • Team Dunstone remains perfect at Curling World Cup
    Matt Dunstone’s Regina team couldn’t have asked for a better start to its first trip to a Curling World Cup. Dunstone, backed up by vice-skip Braeden Moskowy, second Catlin Schneider and lead Dustin Kidby, improved to 2-0 on Thursday at the Jönköping Curling Club in Jönköping, Sweden, with a 6-3 ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada NewsPublished on 2019-01-31
  • Alberta’s Schmiemann named Canada’s flag bearer for 2019 FISU Winter Universiade
    (Courtesy, USPORTS) TORONTO (U SPORTS) – Alberta Pandas curling alumna Danielle Schmiemann has been named Canada’s flag bearer for the 2019 FISU Winter Universiade. Schmiemann, who will lead Canada into the Opening Ceremony, headlines the first 61 members of the delegation announced Thursday, set to compete March 2-12 in Krasnoyarsk, ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada NewsPublished on 2019-01-31

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