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Volume 60 Issue 4: February 2017

  • ONE YEAR TO GO

    Hall-of-fame columnist Terry Jones looks ahead to next year’s mammoth curlfest in Korea and wonders: Will Canada win any Olympic gold?
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  • “SPIRIT OF CURLING” IS NOT ENOUGH TO PROTECT US

    Rodger Schmidt says the sport just dodged a bullet, and the time to act is now

  • THE STOH PREVIEW

    A huge event preview, launching multiple videos and image galleries, published before the results of the Ontario STOH are known? You betcha…
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  • FEBRUARY CURLING TV/WEB GUIDE

    The sheer amount of curling available to watch in February is so enormous it forced its way onto a second page. Only we have the most in-depth and accurate listings
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  • CLUB CORNER: THE 40-60 AGE DEMOGRAPHIC

    Mark Inglis with his latest must-read column aimed at the continued health and welfare of your curling facility – read and learn

  • BERNARD, TEAM LAYCOCK PAY IT FORWARD

    Our columnist and one of our favourite teams are both giving back to the sport
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  • MORE CURLING DOPING SCANDAL

    The reaction, Paralympic medal concerns and the professor’s curling past

  • CURLING HARTUNGS SEND A STRONG RURAL MESSAGE

    Inside the town of Langenburg, Sask. and the Hartung curling family
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  • THE CURLING NEWS GOLD TRAIL

    We are the only ones to track every dollar won in the sport, regardless of event affiliation

  • CURLING’S NEW FRONTIER: THE UNITED STATES

    Warren Hansen: No other nation in the world is able to provide the same opportunity for growth and expansion
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  • B.C., ALBERTA TOP ONATRIANS (NORTH AND SOUTH)

    Roundup of the Canadian Junior shootout in Victoria
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  • MASTERWORKS? THE ART OF CURLING POSTERS

    A whack of colourful bonspiel adverts has caught our eye
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  • CURLERS: BRING YOUR EH! GAME

    This unabashedly “Canada and Curling” T-shirt is made for the nation’s 150th anniversary… and you simply must have it
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Updated February 1, 2017
1.Niklas Edin (Sweden)
Still No. 1 with a broadsword. Skins up next.
2.Brad Gushue (St. John’s)
Off to the hometown Brier
3.Reid Carruthers (Winnipeg)
Cont Cup heroes top seeds in ’Toba
4Brad Jacobs (Sault Ste. Marie)
Back for more Skins n’ wings
5.Steve Laycock (Saskatoon)
Read CurlingTown feature in our Feb issue
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Updated February 1, 2017
1.Anna Hasselborg (Sweden)
Tied for first in crazy women’s season
1.Eve Muirhead (Scotland)
Tied for first in crazy women’s season
1.Rachel Homan (Ottawa)
Tied for first in crazy women’s season
4.Jennifer Jones (Winnipeg)
Huge loss in buffalo semi
5.Silvana Tirinzoni (Switzerland)
Injuries = still winning
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