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Vol. 58 Issue 6: April 2015

  • TCN_April_2015_COVER_HRSIX COLUMNS IN ONE

    Hall-of-Fame columnist Terry Jones takes us through the biggest debates of the curling year– DIGITAL EDITION LAUNCHES MULTIPLE PHOTO GALLERIES

  • SHOTS OF THE YEAR

    We provide quick links to the season’s best shots as part of our Newsdesk – DIGITAL EDITION LAUNCHES MULTIPLE VIDEOS

  • PHOTOS OF THE YEAR

    Two pages in print, and another eight in our digital edition; we present the best in 2014-15 curling imagery – DIGITAL EDITION LAUNCHES MULTIPLE PHOTO GALLERIES

  • THE TV CURLING WARS

    The Brier marked a turning point in the TSN versus Sportsnet battle – DIGITAL EDITION LAUNCHES VIDEO

  • CURLING TV/WEB GUIDE

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

  • WELCOME CHERYL

    New columnist Cheryl Bernard on her debut commentating season

  • DESPERATE FOR ICE TECHS

    Matt Hames on U.S. desperation; Mark Dacey tears a strip off Nova Scotia curling mandarins

  • BEWARE THE PIPS

    Columnist Rodger Schmidt warns us of the People in (Curling) Power

  • MATT THE ENGINEER FIXES CURLING

    Columnist Matt Brouwer says curling fans have got it wrong – DIGITAL EDITION LAUNCHES PHOTO GALLERY

  • THE CURLING NEWS GOLD TRAIL

    Which nine men’s and 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

  • SPECIAL OLYMPICS

    Columnist Fred Rinne knows firsthand of the curling payback, which is “Immediate and priceless” – DIGITAL EDITION LAUNCHES PHOTO GALLERY

  • GUY ON THE ROAD – DIGITAL EDITION EXCLUSIVE

    Travelling man Guy Scholz went a Mile High at the new Denver Curling Club’s first big bonspiel

  • UNIVERSITY CURLING – DIGITAL EDITION EXCLUSIVE WITH PHOTO GALLERY

    A 2015 CIS roundup; columnist Heather Maxted on an uncertain future at U of M

  • CLUB CORNER: CUSTOMERS AND VOLUNTEERS

    Columnist Mark Inglis helps facility managers differentiate between two confusing stakeholders

  • THE LEGEND OF LARRY GREEN

    Columnist Jim Corrigan’s search for the perfect teammate who got away

  • HE THOUGHT HE KNEW IT ALL

    We welcome back columnist Colin Hodgson, the new Brier Hot Shot – DIGITAL EDITION LAUNCHES PHOTO GALLERY

  • PRIERS, AMATEURS AND LAUNDRY

    Columnist Kevin Palmer weighs in on the topics of the year

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2.Val Sweeting (Edmonton)
Silver again for this talented foursome; the future looks bright
3.Rachel Homan (Ottawa)
Struggled to bronze in Moose Jaw
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Winning a ton, including Universiade in Spain
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