Canadian women post critical win at curling worlds over top Chinese rink

Chelsea Carey’s Canadian rink bounced back with a much-needed 8-7 win over China’s Jie Mei on Wednesday at the world women’s curling championship in Silkeborg, Denmark. The win improved the Calgary-based team’s record to 4-4 as it aims to avoid … Continue reading Canadian women post critical win at curling worlds over top Chinese rink

Carleton University claims school’s 1st men’s national curling championship

FREDERICTON, N.B. — Six years ago Ottawa’s Cameron Goodkey had never watched a curling game in his life. Today, he’s a university curling champion. Goodkey skipped his Carleton University rink to the school’s first-ever national men’s curling championship by defeating Memorial … Continue reading Carleton University claims school’s 1st men’s national curling championship

Follow all the action of the Canadian mixed doubles curling championships

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The secret of the stone, or how ‘papering’ gets the best out of 42 lbs. of granite

FREDERICTON, N.B. — For years it was one of curling’s best kept secrets — sacred stones wrapped in the mystery of when they were “papered” and where.    Papering, as it’s referred to,  is an old craft — the process of … Continue reading The secret of the stone, or how ‘papering’ gets the best out of 42 lbs. of granite

Canada’s Carey slips to .500 after loss to Japan at women’s curling worlds

Canada’s Chelsea Carey dropped to 2-2 at the world women’s curling championships after a 7-5 loss to Japan’s Seina Nakajima on Monday. Carey’s Calgary-based rink trailed 4-2 after giving up consecutive single-point steaks in the fourth and fifth ends. Canada … Continue reading Canada’s Carey slips to .500 after loss to Japan at women’s curling worlds