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28-team margin selected for Canada’s pre-Olympic curling trials

Olympic medallists John Morris and Shannon Kleibrink are dual of a headliners in a 28-team margin for a pre-Olympic curling trials competition. The Nov. 6-12 eventuality during Summerside’s Credit Union Place in P.E.I. will establish a final entries for a Canadian Curling Trials in Ottawa. The Trials winners will paint Canada …

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Canadian curling championships adding wild-card team

A 16th group has been combined to subsequent year’s Canadian men’s and women’s curling championships, and it will have to win a approach in around a wild-card game. Curling Canada revamped a format of a Tim Hortons Brier and Scotties Tournament of Hearts since a before pre-tournament qualifier was unpopular. …

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Rachel Homan’s Olympic office starts now

Rachel Homan doesn’t devise on holding off her third Scotties Tournament of Hearts championship ring anytime soon. “It’s exciting. It’s fresh,” says a curling star, who captured her latest Canadian title in February. “Winning it 3 times we feel is a outrageous accomplishment.” Three inhabitant titles in 5 Scotties appearances …

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Canadian curling clubs rocked by large wire companies

Curling clubs opposite Canada are rallying together and pulling behind opposite what they see as astray diagnosis by a country’s dual biggest wire radio providers. In March, Bell and Rogers announced that “public observation establishments” with a permit to sell alcohol, especially bars and restaurants, would be charged some-more income …

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Curling’s stats colonize headed to Hall of Fame

ST JOHN’S — When Brian Cassidy first started analyzing and documenting how curlers were executing on a ice, there was a high turn of skepticism. “Typically you’d hear a players contend a usually numbers they cared about was a final score,” Cassidy said. “And they didn’t consider there was useful information we were collecting.” ​LIVE BLOG: The 2017 …

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