Volume 59 Issue 6: April 2016

  • April 2016 TCN CoverTHE BRIER: STORY AFTER STORY AFTER STORY

    It was, as predicted and projected, a most ballistic Brier, and our award-winning columnist Terry Jones was there – DIGITAL EDITION FEAT. VIDEO AND IMAGE GALLERY (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • WOMEN’S WORLDS: OUR ULTIMATE WRAP-UP

    We provide your most in-depth look at the Speedy Creek worlds that was – DIGITAL EDITION EXCLUSIVE (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • TSN vs SPORTSNET SHOCKER

    Matt Brouwer takes another look at Canada’s TV curling wars – and he discovers something most surprising

  • PHOTOS OF THE YEAR

    Two pages of stunning curling imagery in print, and a total of eight enhanced and interactive pages online – EXPANDED FOR DIGITAL EDITION (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • CURLING TV/WEB GUIDE

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

  • THE CURLING NEWS GOLD TRAIL

    Only The Curling News tracks every dollar won in the sport, regardless of event affiliation, and no less than 10 men’s and women’s teams have cracked the $100K mark this season – UPDATED FOR DIGITAL EDITION (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • THE NOUVEAU CURLING: ARE YOU NOT ENTERTAINED?

    Award-winning columnist Kevin Palmer analyzes the hysteria behind blank ends, the current Free Guard Zone, directional brushing and more

  • YOUTH OLYMPIANS CAPTURED HEARTS

    Robbie Gallaugher had a ringside seat in Lillehammer for the youth story of the season – DIGITAL EDITION EXCLUSIVE (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • THE FUTURE OF TV CURLING

    Warren Hansen on where curling needs to go, and how it can lead the sports pack

  • MORE CURLING FOR LAS VEGAS

    Sam Corea has finally recovered from Vegas… and we’ll be sending him back there far sooner than expected – DIGITAL EDITION EXCLUSIVE (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • WHEELCHAIR CURLING IN DESPERATE TROUBLE

    Columnist Chris Daw raises the alarm and actual regression in the once-growing sport of wheelchair curling – DIGITAL EDITION FEAT. IMAGE GALLERY (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • WHAT A DREAM JOB IT IS

    Columnist Stephanie LeDrew pursued and achieved her dream job with the TSN curling crew – DIGITAL EDITION FEAT. IMAGE GALLERY (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • WATCH YOUR HEAD, CURLING FOLKS

    Bill Neilson summarizes the concussion issues plaguing curling today

  • MAKING FRIENDS AT THE RINK – BY TRADITION

    Westerner Sam Corea curled in Ontario – and became confused. Now he explores the major social difference between eastern and western curling

  • EDWIN HAS THE RIGHT CURLING STUFF

    As baseball returns for another season, columnist Jim Corrigan explains why curling fans should watch a Blue Jay batsman very carefully

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