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Volume 60 Issue 1: November 2016

  • THEY’RE BACK: THE WOMEN OF CURLING

    12 athlete models from four nations have teamed up to raise much-needed funds for 14 different charitable causes – DIGITAL EDITION FEAT. EXCLUSIVE IMAGES NOT SEEN IN THE CALENDAR (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • FROM BROOMGATE TO… NYLON OXFORD 420D?

    “The Guy Who Ruined Curling” is back with an investigation of all post-Broomhaha decisions and, well, he’s not sure the war is over – DIGITAL EDITION FEAT. IMAGE GALLERY (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • WORLD MIXED MAYHEM IN RUSSIA

    Thirty-seven nations battled for the second-ever World Mixed Championship title –DIGITAL EDITION EXCLUSIVE (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • CURLING TV/WEB GUIDE

    You simply won’t believe the amount of curling to watch in November, and only we have the most in-depth and accurate listings – DIGITAL EDITION FEAT. EXPANDED LISTINGS (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • THE CURLING NEWS TOP 15

    Updated regularly online and appearing for the first time in print, The Curling News Top 15 ranks the best curling team performances as they occur around the world, for both men and women, and utilizes savvy curling knowledge, complex mathematical theorems, and plain old subjectivity. So there… – DIGITAL EDITION FEAT. UPDATED PHOTO INFO (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • OUT OF RETIREMENT?

    2010 Olympic heroine Cheryl Bernard hit the ice not once, not twice, but four times between September and the end of October… what is going on? – DIGITAL EDITION FEAT. IMAGE GALLERY (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • LET’S TALK EIGHT ENDS… AGAIN

    Warren Hansen says national and word curling needs to go to eight-end games, and here’s why…

  • CURLING PODCASTS: GAINING POPULARITY

    Matt Brouwer explains podcasting and spotlights some of the shows available for audio bliss – DIGITAL EDITION FEAT. DIRECT CONTENT LINKS (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • WHERE PRAIRIE CURLING LIFE MIRRORS THE RIDERS

    “On The Road” Columnist Guy Scholz went home – almost – for the 112th Saskatoon Men’s Bonspiel and experienced prairie family, faith and vocations – DIGITAL EDITION FEAT. IMAGE GALLERY (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • NOVEMBER NEWSDESK

    A new face of Russian curling masks deep problems with the country’s sport administrators… new expanded “pool” formats for Canada’s major championships… In two provinces, Sportsnet is out and Shaw and Title Sports Live are in… and we say farewell to an old friend from Grande Prairie

  • BRUSHING BADASSERY ON THE RISE

    “Curling In America” columnist Dean Gemmell is super busy these days as his Badass Brushing machine continues to roll

  • And more… subscribe today!

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