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CURLING Preview: Hasselborg the favorite at 2019 Women’s World Championship in Denmark?

The 40th edition of the World Curling Federation’s world championship for women starts on Saturday in Silkeborg (DEN) and runs through the 24th of...

CURLING: Korean women pull upset to win third WCF World Cup in Sweden

Let’s face it, Canada will be the favorite in almost any international match, so it was not too big a surprise to see two...

CURLING Preview: Third World Cup underway in Jonkoping

The inaugural season of the World Curling Federation’s World Cup has started its second half, with a competition in Jonkoping (SWE) for men and...

CURLING Preview: Carey and de Cruz try to defend titles at Canadian Open

The fifth of seven stops on the Grand Slam of Curling schedule is the Meridian Canadian Open, being held at the Civic Centre in...

CURLING Preview: Second World Cup comes to Omaha

The second leg of the World Curling Federation’s new World Cup tour is getting ready at the Ralston Arena in Omaha, Nebraska, with competition...

THE BIG PICTURE: ANOC resolves its presidential dilemma, at the request of Sheikh...

The drama over the withdrawal of Kuwait’s Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah from his duties as the head of the Association of National Olympic Committees was settled – for now – on Wednesday. The ANOC General Assembly, meeting in Tokyo, approved the postponement of its election for President, with Sheikh Ahmad the only candidate. Until the […]
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CURLING: Epping completes career Grand Slam with Masters win

It took 11 seasons, but Canada’s John Epping finally got his career Grand Slam in the Grand Slam of Curling circuit with a win...

CURLING: Olympic champs Gushue and Hasselborg win Elite 10

The opening tournament of the Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling ended up with familiar faces on the top of the standings, with skips Brad Gushue of Canada and Anna Hasselborg of Sweden leading the winning teams once again. Gushue, who skipped the 2006 Olympic champs for Canada, won a tense duel with Reid Caruthers’ rink, […]
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CURLING: Canada sweeps first-ever World Cup

Canada is Curling’s traditional power, so it’s fitting that Canadian teams won the men’s women’s and Mixed Doubles divisions in the first leg of the first edition of the World Curling Federation’s World Cup, in Suzhou (CHN). The format was tough: only the group winners advanced to play in the final! As it turned out, […]
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