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Vol. 58 Issue 4: February 2015

  • February 2015, Vol. 58, Issue 4NOT GONE GIRLS

    Sorry, boys : Our Hall-Of-Fame columnist Terry Jones proves that women – and perhaps mixed doubles – are the biggest things in curling these days – DIGITAL EDITION INCLUDES PHOTO GALLERY

  • (VIDEO) GAME ON

    Columnist Matt Brouwer dissects the curling video game industry and ranks his favourites – DIGITAL EDITION INCLUDES EXCLUSIVE ONLINE VIDEO

  • GONE DIGITAL

    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

  • CURLING TV/WEB GUIDE

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

  • STOH PREVIEW – DIGITAL EXCLUSIVE

    The Curling News breaks down the provincial women’s championships in advance of February’s STOH nationals – INCLUDES EXCLUSIVE PHOTO GALLERIES

  • WORLD WHEELCHAIR PREVIEW

    Columnist Eric Eales previews the entire international field as the 2015 World Wheelchair Curling Championship is poised to begin

  • “ANY FOUR” VS THE PROVINCIAL ELITE

    How many times has once province’s championship men’s team NOT been skipped by one of “The Big Six”? The answer will shock you…

  • GOLD TRAIL RANKINGS

    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

  • CLUB CORNER: RECREATION TRENDS

    Part III in columnist Mark Inglis’ series on How To Run A Curling Club – essential reading for any facility manager, volunteer or board member

  • CURLING IN AMERICA

    Columnist Guy Scholz is on the road again, this time from Graceland to St. Paul

  • THE CURLING COUCH POTATO

    From his world of golf and darts – that’s right, darts – columnist Bill Nielson summarizes a fall and winter of curling on TV

  • THE CURLING NEWSDESK

    What’s wrong with playdowns; Brazil versus USA; our Skins Game contest winner; Outdoor curling in Toronto; Target blew it with curling, among other things; who won and who lost on the Plays of the Year, and more – DIGITAL EDITION INCLUDES DIGITAL PHOTO GALLERIES

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Updated Jan. 5, 2015
1.Mike McEwen (Winnipeg)
Still No. 1 with a bullet
2.Brad Gushue (St. John’s)
Winner of two Slams this season
3.Steve Laycock (Saskatoon)
Likes playing Opens – finalist at Canadian, winner at U.S.
4.Brad Jacobs (Sault Ste. Marie)
Having a fine season; back on the playdown trail
5.Kevin Koe (Calgary)
Decent season thus far
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Updated Jan. 5, 2015
1.Val Sweeting (Edmonton)
Heckuva season – and with three different thirds
2.Rachel Homan (Ottawa)
85K in the bank for the youngsters
3.Jennifer Jones (Winnipeg)
Strong season with a couple of hiccups
4.Binia Feltscher (Switzerland)
World and European champions
5.Anna Sidorova (Russia)
European finalist playing well again
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