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Men with a plan: Team Gushue targets Olympics

If there’s a skeleton for curling success, Brad Gushue believes he has it. After mapping out — and successfully executing — their devise to win their initial Brier pretension and initial universe championship, Gushue and his teammates are now locking their sights on a Olympic trials in December. “We have a good template to go …

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Canada stays undefeated during churned doubles curling worlds

Canada softened to 3-0 during a universe churned doubles curling championship with a 14-0 win over Kazakhstan on Monday in Lethbridge, Alta. Canada improves to 2-0 during universe churned doubles championship Men with a plan: Team Gushue targets Olympics Edmonton’s Joanne Courtney and Winnipeg’s Reid Carruthers got a round rolling …

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Canada improves to 2-0 during churned doubles curling worlds

Canada remained undefeated during a universe churned doubles curling championship on Sunday after a 9-1 feat over France. Mixed doubles curling, explained Courtney, Carruthers win Canadian churned doubles championship Winnipeg’s Reid Carruthers and Edmonton’s Joanne Courtney finished a feat in only 6 ends to urge to 2-0. Canada is tied …

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Canada wins opener during universe churned doubles curling championship

Canada’s Joanne Courtney and Reid Carruthers kick Turkey’s Dilsat Yildiz and Alican Karatas 10-4 in their opening diversion Saturday during a universe churned doubles curling championship in Lethbridge, Alta. Courtney, Carruthers win Canadian churned doubles championship Canada never trailed after scoring 5 points in a second end. Courtney, from Edmonton, …

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Is a Brier throng removing out of hand?

ST. JOHN’S — They’re loud. They’re proud. But are a fans during a Mile One Centre going too far? Some curlers at a Brier are questioning a poise of a throng during games involving St. John’s dear Newfoundland Labrador rink. LIVE BLOG: The Brier “I’ve never indeed seen a throng entertaining as aloud …

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Brad Gushue wins 1st Brier in front of hometown crowd

When Brad Gushue was a youngster, he wrote his 10 goals in curling on a piece of Bristol board. He had achieved 9 of them during a start of a Tim Hortons Brier. Gushue delivered when it counted Sunday night in St. John’s and can finally parasite a inhabitant men’s curling championship off his list. LIVE BLOG: …

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Canada stays behind a 8-ball in churned doubles curling

Canada competence be a widespread nation in curling, though not in a chronicle of a competition creation a Olympic debut. When a International Olympic Committee pronounced reduction than dual years ago that churned doubles would be in a 2018 Winter Games, Curling Canada went into hurry-up mode. Canada helped rise …

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Brad Gushue wins one for The Rock

ST. JOHN’S — This year’s Brier was about so most some-more than curling. With Newfoundland and Labrador hosting a Canadian men’s championship for a initial time in 45 years, a tournament became a pitch of provincial honour for a people here. Brad Gushue knew it. And he done certain to send them off …

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