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Vol. 58 Issue 2: December 2014

  • Layout 1GREAT SHOT

    Mike McEwen killed it with the early Shot Of The Year nominee; click on the centre house in the digital edition to launch the video

  • CRISIS ON THE COUCH

    Our Hall-Of-Fame columnist Terry Jones thinks curling is cooking its own golden goose4

  • MURDER, SUICIDE OR MERCY KILLING?

    Rodger Schmidt is back with the behind-the-scenes scoop on the debacle that is German curling

  • GONE DIGITAL

    As we said, every issue of The Curling News is now enhanced and expanded online with more pages of exclusive, interactive curling content – but you must subscribe to get it all

  • CURLING TV/WEB GUIDE

    You won’t believe the amount of stuff to watch in late November through December, and only we have the most in-depth and accurate listings – EXPANDED FOR DIGITAL EDITION

  • THE FERB ON TELEVISION – DIGITAL EXCLUSIVE

    Randy Ferbey weighs in on TV curling and who are the best commentators – and not

  • CLUB CORNER: FINANCIAL PLANNING 101

    This second chapter in Mark Inglis’ three-part examination is essential reading for every curling manager and volunteer – that is all

  • STRATEGY: NEW 5RFGZ MOVES

    Mike McEwen shares some strategy secrets in today’s ultra-modern curling game

  • THE CURLING NEWSDESK

    Our annual Holiday Shopping Guide; curling cover boy raises over $16,000; Homan a hit at the Bay Street Bonspiel; the Canadian Mixed with online photo gallery

  • CHINA CHEATERS

    Robbie Gallaugher with some shocking insights into the scary growth of Chinese curling

  • JA, PRETZEL LOGIC

    Matt Sussman looks at Germany’s woes and suggests a savior for U.S. curling – jawohl!

  • BEHIND THE BOARD – DIGITAL EXCLUSIVE

    Andrew Stoakley takes guides readers through the ins and outs of TV sport audio

  • FOR THE LOVE OF MEAT

    Matt Brouwer cooks a steak, and recalls his greatest curling triumph

  • CURLING IN AMERICA – DIGITAL EXCLUSIVE

    Guy Scholz is back with a look at U.S. arena curling

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    The 2015 Spirit of Curling Calendar raises funds for three charities, and curling communities too

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Updated Oct. 28, 2014
1.Mike McEwen (Winnipeg)
Four events, four wins, 28-1 record. Say no more.
2.Brad Jacobs (Sault Ste. Marie)
Olympic champions have a win, and a semi and a DNQ under their Tour belts this fall
3.Kevin Koe (Calgary)
Winners in Edmonton, lost to the McWin juggernaut in Portage
4.Tom Brewster (Scotland)
Two CCT wins; no more alternate bench for this guy
5.Reid Carruthers (Winnipeg)
Big win at StuSells Toronto; semis in Gatineau
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Updated Oct. 28, 2014
1.Jennifer Jones (Winnipeg)
Autumn Gold and Portage champs have been lionized and muralized
2.M. Sigfridsson (Sweden)
Olympic finalists beat Jones and Homan in Stockholm; semis in Portage
3.Rachel Homan (Ottawa)
Lost Calgary final to JJ
4.Silvana Tirinzoni (Switzerland)
Semis in Stockholm, winner in Oakville, finalist in Basel
5.Ayumi Ogasawara (Japan)
Still climbing the rankings... is this Olympic veteran for real?
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