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Remember Torino? Relive Brad Gushue’s ancestral Olympics

Brad Gushue and a b’ys are behind in St. John’s for a Brier this week. Regardless of how his course does, Gushue can still lay explain to being a partial of Canada’s initial men’s Olympic curling gold. Gushue is chasing an fugitive Brier championship in his home range some-more than a …

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Out during a Brier: Gay curler fulfils childhood dream

ST. JOHN’S — Dustin Kidby has never shied divided from doing things first. As a lead for Team Saskatchewan, he sets a tinge by throwing a initial rocks of any finish for his rink. And now, in his possess low-key way, he’s assisting carve out a trail to larger inclusion by …

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Koe vs. Jacobs, Homan vs. Hasselborg in Champions Cup finals

The finals are set during a Champions Cup curling tournament. Calgary’s Kevin Koe will face Brad Jacobs of Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., in a men’s pretension pull on Sunday. On a women’s side it’ll be Ottawa’s Rachel Homan opposite Sweden’s Anna Hasselborg. Homan has a possibility for emancipation after losing …

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Team Canada wins bullion during World Senior Curling Championships

Canada is on tip of a curling universe again as a comparison women’s team from Nova Scotia kick Switzerland in a bullion award final Saturday during a World Senior Curling Championships in Lethbridge, Alta. The course of Colleen Jones, Nancy Delahunt, Mary Sue Radford and Kim Kelly went undefeated via a tournament. The …

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Canada clinches churned doubles curling Olympic berth

Canada’s Joanne Courtney and Reid Carruthers downed a formerly dominant Latvia twin of Santa Blumberga and Andris Bremanis 10-5 in Friday night’s pull during a universe churned doubles championship. The win clinched a berth for Canada in a 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, where churned doubles curling will …

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