So much for a post-Brier letdown. It’s a post Brier dial-up.
Figure out ice fast. Check.
Michel Riesen was the original ‘Swiss Miss’ in Edmonton.
The Bally Haly is Newfoundland’s oldest golf and curling club located on the edge of downtown St. John’s with a view of the Cabot Tower and the Atlantic Ocean.
Canada's Rachel Homan has every reason to feel confident as she prepares for the title game at the world women's curling championship.
Canada’s Rachel Homan kept her unbeaten streak intact at the world women’s curling championship on Wednesday, locking up first place in the round-robin standings in the process.
Rachel Homan and her Canada rink gave themselves a major confidence boost Monday in their quest for gold at the women’s world curling championship, handing Switzerland its first loss to and taking sole possession of first place in the round-robin standings.
Lots of great curling has taken place this past week at the Orillia Curling Club leading up to the Day of Champions Saturday afternoon.
Brad Gushue of Newfoundland and Labrador defeated Canada's Kevin Koe 7-6 on Sunday night to win the Tim Hortons Brier for the first time.
Manitoba's Mike McEwen defeated Northern Ontario’s Brad Jacobs 7-5 in extra ends to win bronze at the Tim Hortons Brier on Sunday at Mile One Centre.
Despite having watched both the Canadian men's and women's curling championships for years on television, I have never attended either the Scotties Tournament of Hearts or the Tim Hortons Brier in person.
After conquering Canada for the third time in dramatic fashion, Rachel Homan and her robust Ontario rink have their sights set on yet more gold.
ST. CATHARINES, Ont. – Thanks to her spectacular, clutch shot-making, Rachel Homan and her Ontario foursome are Canadian champions again.
Michelle Englot's best finish in seven previous appearances as skip at the Scotties came all the way back in March 1989.
ST. CATHARINES, Ont. — After winning every game over the first five days of the Scotties, Ontario’s Rachel Homan — the world’s top-ranked curler — has lost twice in 24 hours.
There’s no satisfaction for Krista McCarville and her Northern Ontario rink.
ST. CATHARINES, Ont. — Rachel Homan going undefeated again at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts was beginning to feel like a foregone conclusion.
ST. CATHARINES, Ont. — Had Alberta skip Shannon Kleibrink not been suffering from a back injury, Heather Nedohin probably would have been watching the 2017 Scotties Tournament of Hearts from the comforts of her rec room couch.
Lauren Mann would love to say she draws some of her inspiration at the 2017 Scotties Tournament of Hearts from a part of her life that didn’t involve a tragedy.