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Canada Games skip to curl in Youth Olympics
Gushue closes out season with another quarter-final loss
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Gushue 2-1 heading in Champions Cup showdown with Koe
Gushue is without Gallant at the Champions Cup
Gushue falls short of final berth again
Canada rolls into world curling semifinal with nail-biting win over Scotland
LETHBRIDGE, Alta. — The clock was ticking down, the air was thick with intensity and the crowd was hanging on every second of the pressure-packed moment. But, as usual, Kevin Koe was as calm as can be and he delivered a perfect shot that ...
Canadians cut through Swiss to stay in mix for playoff bye at men's curling worlds
LETHBRIDGE, Alta. — It says something about the quality of the competition at this year’s world men’s curling championship that Canada had an 8-3 record heading into its final game and still hadn’t clinched a playoff ...
TERRY JONES: U-18 national curling championships an inspiration-filled field
There’s no national television and few fans outside of family and friends have any real interest in the results. It’s the third annual edition of Curling Canada’s U-18 Nationals currently being held at the Glen Allan Recreation ...
Youth movement in men’s curling on display at world championship
LETHBRIDGE, Alta. — It says something about the youth movement in men’s curling that Scottish skip Bruce Mouat is just 24 and there are 14 players younger than him at the world championship. Mouat is one of the best young players on ...
Kevin Koe's winning streak comes to screeching halt in blowout loss to Japan
A 24-game winning streak came to an abrupt halt Wednesday morning, against the most surprising team in the world men’s curling championship, and now Kevin Koe’s Canadian team is in a dogfight for the most coveted playoff ...
Extra tough losses for Newfoundland and Labrador to open Canadian U18 girls curling championship
It would be accurate to say they were more than glad just to be there. Nevertheless, you have to forgive Katie Follett and her St. John’s rinkmates for feeling some frustration after the opening day of play at the Canadian girls under-18 ...
Planes, training and automobiles: You can bet this St. John's rink has been driven to succeed
Katie Follett and her rinkmates are sure to face some big challenges at the Canadian girls U18 curling championship in Sherwood Park, Alta., this week. However, Newfoundland and Labrador’s representatives have already overcome a huge ...
Canada remains unbeaten at world men's curling championship
Even a guy as even-keeled as Kevin Koe had to have a lump in his throat when he delivered his final stone of the ninth end against Italy. Looking to make a double of two stones in the four-foot, Koe’s second delivery grazed by a guard with ...
Anderson, Korte rinks capture Canadian senior curling titles
It was a clean sweep for Saskatchewan at the 2019 Everest Canadian senior curling championships in Chilliwack, B.C. Saskatchewan’s Bruce Korte won the senior men’s title and Team Saskatchewan, skipped by Sherry Anderson, captured gold ...
Calgary's Kevin Koe looking to take care of business at world men's curling championship in home province
Kevin Koe’s last international curling experience did not go well, but that doesn’t mean he’s about to change his approach for this year’s world championship. Koe finished fourth at the Olympics last year in South Korea, a ...