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  • Curlers balk at Marc Kennedy's Canada-first approach

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    Just recently, curler Marc Kennedy said he believes Canadian coaches and resources should stay in the country to help get Canada back on top. Another Canadian, J.D. Lind, who coaches in Japan, believes Kennedy's opinion is shortsighted.

  • Watch the Grand Slam of Curling: The National

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    Watch live coverage from the Grand Slam of Curling: The National featuring the women's quarter-finals from Conception Bay South, NL.

  • Gushue bounces back for 1st National Grand Slam of Curling win

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    Hometown skip Brad Gushue of St. John's bounced back from an opening-draw loss to beat Scotland's Ross Paterson 8-1 on Wednesday at the National Grand Slam of Curling tournament.

  • Stop the clock: Curlers sound off on new timing system

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    If you’re still trying to wrap your head around the ever-shifting rules of curling and the game's landscape, you’re not alone. Conversations and changes surrounding the length of games, time clocks and five-rock, free-guard zones have fans bugging and players a little grouchy.

  • Hometown favourite Gushue drops National Grand Slam of Curling opener

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    Hometown favourite Brad Gushue began the National Grand Slam of Curling tournament with a loss Tuesday night.

  • Jacobs beats Koe to win Canada Cup title

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    Brad Jacobs, the runner-up at the 2014 Canada Cup, defeated Calgary's Kevin Koe 5-4 to win his 1st Canada Cup.

  • Shuster downs Edin in curling World Cup men's final

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    American John Shuster repeated his Olympic victory over world champion Niklas Edin of Sweden to win the second Curling World Cup of the season by a 3-1 score on Sunday in Omaha, Neb.

  • Jones tops Einarson to win 4th Canada Cup curling crown

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    Winnipeg's Jennifer Jones beat Kerri Einarson of Gimli, Man., 8-5 on Sunday to win her record fourth women's title at the Canada Cup. The 44-year-old skip calmly executed a long runback double takeout to score three in the ninth end.

  • Canada's Fleury misses out on curling World Cup finals

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    Canada will be on the sidelines for the women's finals of the second World Cup of the season after round-robin action wrapped up Saturday.

  • Kerri Einarson advances to Canada Cup final

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    Kerri Einarson's rink from Gimli, Man., advanced to the women's final of the Canada Cup of curling and will take on the winner of Saturday's semifinal between Winnipeg's Jennifer Jones and Ottawa's Rachel Homan.


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