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Vol. 59 Issue 4: February 2016

  • I CAN SWEEP LIKE A PRO… AND I AM RUINING CURLING

    Our explosive exposé of what is going on with brushing these days – DIGITAL EDITION FEAT. EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

  • TOURNAMENT OF HEARTS PREVIEW

    Your first look at the 2016 STOH field and how it will play out – DIGITAL EDITION EXCLUSIVE (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • 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 – DIGITAL EDITION FEAT. EXPANDED LISTINGS (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • YES, I AM STILL CURLING

    Randy Ferbey returns with an explanation of his increasing profile

  • YES, I ROAD-TRIPPED WITH THE FERB

    On the highways and air lanes with a living legend of curling – DIGITAL EDITION EXCLUSIVE (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • MID-SEASON MAYHEM

    Our “Club Corner” column returns to help your facility troubleshoot the second half of the curling season

  • KIRK BEATS PICARD (AND THE GORN)

    The man behind the popular CurlingGeek empire – DIGITAL EDITION FEAT. SCREENSHOT GALLERY (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • NO MORE COLD, EMPTY BUILDINGS

    Well, that didn’t last very long. Our international specialist is grumpy again, and the WCF needs to make up its Euro-mind once and for all

  • BITING OURSELVES IN THE STONES

    Warren Hansen says curling’s hazy approach to rules makes the sport less deserving of respect

  • GUYS IN SPEEDOS, GIRLS IN BIKINIS?

    Things got crazy in Las Vegas, and our own Terry Jones was there – DIGITAL EDITION FEAT. IMAGE GALLERY PLUS VIDEO (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • THE CURLING NEWS GOLD TRAIL

    Only The Curling News tracks every dollar won in the sport, regardless of event affiliation… and the money winnings are redonkulous – DIGITAL EDITION FEAT. EXPANDED TOTALS (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • WORLD WHEELCHAIR CHAMPIONSHIP PREVIEW

    Wheels columnist Chris Daw on a mostly unpredictable global shootout – DIGITAL EDITION FEAT. IMAGE GALLERY (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • TWENTY-FIFTH ANNIVERSARY EVENT

    The “Spinal Tap” turns 25 and will pass the 600K mark in charity funds raised

  • CATCH THE SPIRIT

    The 2016 Spirit of Curling Calendar raises funds for charities, and curling communities too

  • And more… subscribe today!

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Vol. 59 Issue 3: January 2016

  • OLYMPICS 2018: A LOOK AHEAD

    Our Hall-Of-Fame columnist Terry Jones studies the potential Canadian Olympic hopefuls for PyeongChang – INCLUDES DIGITAL PHOTO GALLERY

  • GONE DIGITAL

    As you know, 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 January, and only we have the most in-depth and accurate listings – EXPANDED FOR DIGITAL EDITION

  • CHASING GOWSELL II

    We finally tracked the legend down as he reunited his world junior squad on the ice, 40 years later – INCLUDES EXCLUSIVE ONLINE “2015 PIZZA DELIVERY” VIDEO

  • THE ART OF TANKING

    Veteran Jim Corrigan on the rarely discussed choice to lose a game

  • WARREN HANSEN’S SOLUTION

    Our new/returning columnist outlines how he would save the Brier and STOH

  • DIGITAL SPECIAL: SASKY SLAMMING

    “On The Road” contributor Guy Scholz meets with the athletes, behind-the-scenes at the Saskatchewan Slam – INCLUDES DIGITAL PHOTO GALLERY

  • GOLD TRAIL RANKINGS

    Only The Curling News tracks every dollar won in the sport, regardless of event affiliation

  • COLIN HODGSON RETURNS

    The popular lead man for Team Reid Carruthers dishes on his squad’s off-ice support staff

  • A LONELY CURLING QUEST

    “Curling In America” correspondent Matt Sussman says we should all be preaching to prospective curlers

  • ATLANTIC TEAMS ROCK

    Eastern squads swept the honours at Canada’s Curling Club Championship

  • CURLING’S NEW STATISTIC

    Our resident mathman Andrew Denny explains “Total Miss Value”

  • CATCH THE SPIRIT

    The 2016 Spirit of Curling Calendar raises funds for charities, and curling communities too

  • And more… subscribe today!