COVER: PHOTOS OF THE YEAR
It was a season to remember, and the year’s best images prove it
MIKE McEWEN WRAPS UP SOCHI
You loved his behind-the-scenes Olympic blogs; now Mike finishes what he started
STUNNING NUMBERS FROM SOCHI
Canadian TV expert Bill Brioux examines curling and the Olympic movement
CURLING TV/WEB GUIDE
Can’t find the listings? Even for the Slam in PEI, or the World Mixed Doubles in Scotland? We’ve got it… in fact, we’ve got it all…
HIS LOVE WILL COST ME MONEY
Columnist Mike Fournier received a love letter from Olympic champ Brad Jacobs – with strings attached
BRIER GONE BUST
Award-winning columnist Terry Jones on what happened in Kamloops
RELEGATION ROCKS THE CURLING WORLD
Larry Wood isn’t afraid of using “The R Word”
THREE WHEELS IN A ROW
Canada wins its third straight Paralympic wheelchair title
RIP Harry… No pants for Ulsrud… Johnny Mo donates $13,000 in Men of Curling Calendar revenues to charity… OCA versus CCA, again.. and more!
THEY SAID IT
Jacobs, Werenich, Murdoch, Hansen, Gushue and more in our amazing curling quotes feature
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No Mo Johnny… unless…
John Morris has spoken.
The finalist from both the Brier and the Canadian Olympic Trials has issued a statement today on his immediate curling future, and here it is:
After a lot of thought and deliberation, I have decided to take a step back from the game of curling next year.
I had the tremendous pleasure of playing with three great, genuine teammates in Jim Cotter, Tyrel Griffith and Rick Sawatsky as we made it farther than I think anyone would have predicted for a team playing its first year together. You were all amazing, as was our coach, Pat Ryan, and our alternates Jody Epp and Jason Gunnlaugson.
I am extremely proud of our squad for what we accomplished, and would like to thank my guys for helping me recover my passion and heart for the game of curling, and for providing me with one of the most memorable years in my career.
I will be taking some time off to pursue an educational course that I’ve been wanting to take for a few years now, as well as to secure a career in the fire service. If our team happens to be awarded the default Team Canada berth at the Brier next year, then I will consider coming back to play a light schedule.
Thank you to all our true fans, friends, sponsors and to all of our families for being there every inch of the way and showing us the support we needed to almost make the improbable happen!