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Vol. 58 Issue 5: March 2015

  • ANOTHER CALGARY BRIER

    Hall-of-Fame columnist Terry Jones breaks down the Brier field and makes predictions – DIGITAL EDITION INCLUDES SIX PHOTO GALLERIES

  • THE 2015 STOH – DIGITAL EDITION EXCLUSIVE

    The real story of Canada’s women’s championship in Moose Jaw – INCLUDES VIDEO AND PHOTO GALLERY

  • WORLD CURLING DISASTER?

    Put down your pom-poms, curling fans. Columnist Rodger Schmidt explains why one nation’s dominance will destroy the sport – in Canada, too

  • CURLING TV/WEB GUIDE

    You won’t believe the amount of curling to watch in March, and only we have the most in-depth and accurate event listings

  • TANKARD TALES AND RELEGATION THOUGHTS

    Columnist Matt Brouwer on site at a Brier qualifier, and on the art of curling spin – DIGITAL EDITION INCLUDES EXCLUSIVE ONLINE VIDEO

  • GONE DIGITAL

    That’s right: Each and 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

  • THE CURLING NEWS GOLD TRAIL

    Which three women’s teams have now earned over 100K this season? Only The Curling News tracks every dollar won in the sport, regardless of event affiliation

  • CURLING IN AMERICA

    Matt Sussman stays up late and breaks down NBC’s Curling Night in America

  • CLUB CORNER: ATTRACTING SPECTATORS

    Columnist Mark Inglis crunched the numbers and suggests how to increase the number of live action fans

  • CURLING? YEAH MON

    Columnist Jim Corrigan accepts the World Curling Federation’s Hall of Fame award for launching curling in… Jamaica!

  • BLUENOSERS ONLINE

    We welcome back Atlantic Canada columnist Teri Udle, who interviews the man behind Livecurling.com

  • ROAD TRIP I: SMALL TOWN CANADA

    New columnist Heather Maxted on the beauty of small town curling trips – DIGITAL EDITION INCLUDES PHOTO GALLERY

  • ROAD TRIP II: TO YOUR STOMACH – DIGITAL EDITION EXCLUSIVE

    Columnist Andrew Stoakley reveals the curling world’s favourite road restaurants

  • ROAD TRIP III: THAT GUY – DIGITAL EDITION EXCLUSIVE

    Columnist Guy Scholz concludes his epic odyssey from Graceland to St. Paul

  • TEAM HOMAN GEARS UP

    One of the world’s top teams offers fans a chance to wear team clothing

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Updated Feb. 23, 2015
1.Mike McEwen (Winnipeg)
Still No. 1 despite crushing loss in Manitoba final
2.Brad Jacobs (Sault Ste. Marie)
Skins champs subdue a resurgent Hackner to make the Brier
3.Brad Gushue (St. John’s)
Pushing hard for a St. John’s Brier; winning in Calgary would help
4.Kevin Koe (Calgary)
Most impressive of the Brier qualifiers; hitting their stride?
5.Steve Laycock (Saskatoon)
Bringing glory back to Sasky
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Updated Feb. 23, 2015
1.Jennifer Jones (Winnipeg)
She wanted the STOH, she got the STOH – now her team is off to Sapporo
2.Val Sweeting (Edmonton)
Silver again for this talented foursome; the future looks bright
3.Rachel Homan (Ottawa)
Struggled to bronze in Moose Jaw
4.Anna Sidorova (Russia)
Winning a ton, including Universiade in Spain
5.Eve Muirhead (Scotland)
Bronze at the Euros; emphatic win at the Scottish
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