Curling Canada News

  • Jacobs grinds way to Stu Sells Toronto Tankard title
    “Wow, what a grind,” Team Jacobs wrote on their Instagram caption. “Which makes the win that much better.”  The caption was posted below a photo of Brad Jacobs, Marc Kennedy, E.J. Harnden, and Ryan Harnden holding the Stu Sells Toronto Tankard, on the ice at the High Park Curling Club.  ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada NewsPublished on 2019-10-09
  • Team Homan prevails in Saskatoon
    For a week in early September, Ottawa’s Rachel Homan was not the No. 1 team in the world… according to the rankings, at least. With strong finishes in early season events, both Sweden’s Anna Hasselborg and Switzerland’s Silvana Tirinzoni surpassed Team Homan on the World Curling Tour Order of Merit. ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada NewsPublished on 2019-10-01
  • Curling Canada concludes annual meetings in Kanata, Ont.
    A new national Under-15 event, new opportunities for accomplished curling athletes to work with current teams, and various visions for the future of curling in Canada were unveiled in Kanata, Ont., this past weekend at the 2019 National Curling Congress and Curling Canada Annual General Meeting.   Representatives of Curling ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada NewsPublished on 2019-09-30
  • World Curling Tour recap: Gunnlaugson, Walker prevail in Winnipeg
    When Jason Gunnlaugson won the Mother Club Fall Curling Classic on the weekend, it wasn’t the first time for most of the Winnipeg squad. Three of the four team members had accomplished the feat already in 2017, when they defeated Pat Simmons – who was also playing with a Winnipeg-based ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada NewsPublished on 2019-09-24
  • World Curling Tour Preview: Local spiels taking over circuit
    After two exciting weeks on tour, it seems that it’s already time to take a break. With the high-profile, big-money events like the Stu Sells Oakville Tankard, the Booster Juice Shoot-Out (Edmonton), and the AMJ Campbell Shorty Jenkins Classic (Cornwall, Ont.) out of the way, this weekend’s World Curling Tour ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada NewsPublished on 2019-09-19
  • 2020 Men of Curling fundraising calendar now on sale
    The boys are back for another rendition of the Men of Curling calendar, featuring curlers from four countries across the globe and benefitting numerous charitable efforts – including Curling Canada’s philanthropic programs that support and develop youth programs across the country. “All of the athletes featured in the Men of ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada NewsPublished on 2019-09-18
  • World Curling Tour preview: More top teams taking to the ice for 2019-20 season
    If there was any doubt prior to this week, it’s now officially curling season. While some of Canada’s best teams hadn’t played a bonspiel yet during the 2019-2020 season, virtually every top team in the world will be in action across the country, spread between a couple of events. In ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada NewsPublished on 2019-09-13
  • World Curling Tour review: Epping claims top spot at Stu Sells Tankard
    Covering the walls of the Oakville Curling Club are a number of championship banners sporting the name “John Epping.” Until this weekend, however, it had been a long time since he’d won an event in that building, on that ice. That changed Sunday, as Toronto’s Epping, Ryan Fry, Matt Camm, ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada NewsPublished on 2019-09-10
  • Curling Canada, World Curling Federation extend partnership with eight-year agreement
    A valuable and beneficial partnership between the World Curling Federation and Curling Canada has been extended for the long-term after reaching an eight-year agreement, it was announced today at the World Curling Congress in Cancun, Mexico. The two organizations will continue working together in staging a world championship in Canada ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada NewsPublished on 2019-09-06
  • Many teams getting season underway at Stu Sells Oakville Tankard
    It happens every year. Before you’ve put the golf clubs away, finished your slo-pitch softball season or put away your camping gear, curlers from around the world are hitting the ice in World Curling Tour events, and often in unfamiliar combinations of players. Although the Tour website says this is ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada NewsPublished on 2019-09-05
  • Recipients announced for 2019 For The Love of Curling Scholarships
    Some of Canada’s up-and-coming curling athletes will get a little financial breathing room after being named recipients of the 2019 Curling Canada For the Love of Curling scholarships, Curling Canada announced today. A total of 62 applications were received from across Canada for the scholarships, which are one of the ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada NewsPublished on 2019-08-27
  • Birthright added to Curling Canada residency rules
    The residency rules that determine eligibility for the national men’s and women’s curling championships has been updated, it was announced today by Curling Canada. Players can now use birthright status to represent the province or territory they were born, even after moving away. For a summary of the update, click ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada NewsPublished on 2019-06-06
  • Birthright added to Curling Canada residency rules
    The residency rules that determine eligibility for the national men’s and women’s curling championships have been updated, it was announced today by Curling Canada. Players can now use birthright status to represent the province or territory they were born, even after moving away. For a summary of the update, click ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada NewsPublished on 2019-06-06
  • Curling Canada signs pledge to join the Responsible Coaching Movement
    Curling Canada has taken another significant step in its ambition to keep sport healthy and safe for all, it was announced today. The governing body for curling in Canada has formally signed a pledge to join the Responsible Coaching Movement (RCM). The RCM is a call to action for organizations ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada NewsPublished on 2019-05-29
  • Curling Canada signs pledge to join the Responsible Coaching Movement
    Curling Canada has taken another significant step in its ambition to keep sport healthy and safe for all, it was announced today. The governing body for curling in Canada has formally signed a pledge to join the Responsible Coaching Movement (RCM). The RCM is a call to action for organizations ... read more
    Source: Curling Canada NewsPublished on 2019-05-29

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