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Volume 60 Issue 6: April 2017

  • GREAT GUSHUES ME B’YS

    Hall-of-fame columnist Terry Jones dissects that amazing Brier in St. John’s and previews the worlds
    DIGITAL EDITION LAUNCHES VIDEO AND PHOTO GALLERY (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • SPORTSNET VERSUS TSN

    Matt Brouwer tracks the data and reveals which broadcaster is curling’s best friend
    DIGITAL EDITION EXCLUSIVE (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • APRIL CURLING TV/WEB GUIDE

    Only we have the most in-depth and accurate listings of every curling match you can watch on TV or the interweb
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  • PHOTOS OF THE YEAR

    Page after page after page of the best curling imagery from 2016-17
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  • FROST WARNING

    Guest columnist Håvard (from Norway Pants fame) reveals how honest Gushue was, and issues a warning to authorities

  • WORLD WOMEN’S WRAPUP

    It was quite a show in Beijing, so let your click-fingers do the walking
    DIGITAL EDITION EXCLUSIVE WITH MULTIPLE VIDEOS AND PHOTO GALLERIES (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • CLUB CORNER: IN SUMMARY

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

  • PYEONGCHANG PREVIEW

    Guest columnist Kirk Muyres got an inside look at next year’s Olympic locales
    DIGITAL EDITION LAUNCHES PHOTO GALLERY (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • IT’S OFFICIAL: CANADA CHALLENGE

    Robbie Gallaugher reveals how Canada will be challenged for its worlds berth in 2018

  • BY GEORGE, IT’S TYLER

    The inside scoop on the interesting third for Team USA in Edmonton
    DIGITAL EDITION LAUNCHES VIDEO (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • THE CURLING NEWS GOLD TRAIL

    We are the only ones to track every dollar won in the sport, regardless of event affiliation – and the money totals are just getting silly

  • 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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Volume 60 Issue 5: March 2017

  • YES B’Y: IT’S THE NEWFOUNDLAND BRIER

    Hall-of-fame columnist Terry Jones looks ahead to the Brier in St. John’s and gives his infamous predictions with odds
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  • MORE PUGNACIOUS PROGNOSTICATIONS

    Three-time champion Wayne Middaugh – with wife Sherry batting cleanup – makes a bold claim as to who will win the Brier
    DIGITAL EDITION EXCLUSIVE (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • PREPARING FOR THE NL BRIER

    Multiple nationals competitor Cathy Cunningham reveals all the excitement teeming on The Rock
    DIGITAL EDITION LAUNCHES AMAZING RETRO PHOTO GALLERY (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • STOH IN ST. CATHARINES

    What really happened at the Canadian women’s championship, and why it matters
    DIGITAL EDITION EXCLUSIVE WITH MULTIPLE VIDEOS AND PHOTO GALLERIES (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • MARCH CURLING TV/WEB GUIDE

    Only we have the most in-depth and accurate listings of every curling match you can watch on TV or the interweb
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  • CLUB CORNER: THE 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

  • GUESS WHICH UGLY ARGUMENT AIN’T GOING AWAY

    Warren Hansen recalls the infamous athlete cresting issue and why outstanding concerns need to be addressed
    DIGITAL EDITION LAUNCHES PHOTO GALLERY (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • 3,533 CURLING GAMES AND COUNTING

    Meet the man who has tracked every single curling game he’s ever played – and intends to make it to 5,000
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  • HOW JUNIOR CURLING GOT A SLAM SERIES

    The inside scoop on an eye-opening junior high-performance initiative
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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 – and the money totals are rising and rising

  • BREAKING NEWS: WE HAVE CURLING’S BEST NEW STATISTIC

    Prepare yourself, curling world – wDF is here
    DIGITAL EDITION EXCLUSIVE (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • WORLD JUNIORS IN KOREA

    The official test event of the PyongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games
    DIGITAL EDITION EXCLUSIVE LAUNCHES VIDEO AND PHOTO GALLERY (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • 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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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…
    DIGITAL EDITION EXCLUSIVE WITH MULTIPLE VIDEOS AND PHOTO GALLERIES (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • 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
    DIGITAL EDITION EXCLUSIVE (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • 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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Volume 60 Issue 3: January 2016

  • CURLING DOPING SCANDAL

    An exhaustive examination of the McLaren Report reveals that curling athletes were swept up in Russia’s state-sponsored cheating effort
    – DIGITAL EDITION LAUNCHES MULTIPLE VIDEOS, EVIDENCE SAMPLES, WEB ARCHIVES (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • JANUARY CURLING TV/WEB GUIDE

    The sheer amount of curling available to watch in January is so enormous it made our page designer cry. Only we have the most in-depth and accurate listings
    – DIGITAL EDITION LAUNCHES DIRECT WEBLINKS (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • SENSATIONAL SCRAMBLE

    Columnist Terry Jones tries to make hay of the CTRS and declares the next two Olympic trials teams from “The Curling News Election Desk”
    – DIGITAL EDITION LAUNCHES PHOTO GALLERY (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • CLUB CORNER: ATTRACTING THAT ELUSIVE AGE DEMOGRAPHIC

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

  • EUROPEAN CONFETTI CHAMPIONSHIPS

    It was simply shock and awe at Scotland’s Braehead arena
    – DIGITAL EDITION EXCLUSIVE FEATURING MULTIPLE VIDEOS (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • FROM TONKIN, SASK. TO ZURICH

    Guy Scholz sits down with the Canadian coach of Switzerland’s Team Tirinzoni
    – DIGITAL EDITION EXCLUSIVE FEATURING VIDEO (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • DOUBLES WITHOUT THE MIX?

    Warren Hansen visits Top Golf in Las Vegas and thinks of more changes to the Roaring Game

  • RANDOM THOUGHTS FOR A NEW YEAR

    Matt Brouwer muses on rock handle colours, more curling podcasts, the Viking Horde’s logo and the Dutch qualifying for the worlds

  • CURLING IN AMERICA: WISCONSIN JUNIORS

    Eau Claire, Wisconsin had never hosted a junior bonspiel before – now Canadian kids are invited to the 2017 sequel
    – DIGITAL EDITION LAUNCHES PHOTO GALLERY (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • 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
    – DIGITAL EDITION LAUNCHES DIRECT WEBLINK (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

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Volume 60 Issue 2: December 2016

  • KING NIKLAS HAS RISEN

    No non-Canadian team had ever won a Grand Slam title. Then the red-hot Swedes won two of them in a row
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  • DECEMBER CURLING TV/WEB GUIDE

    The sheer amount of curling to watch in December is truly remarkable, and only we have the most in-depth and accurate listings
    – DIGITAL EDITION LAUNCHES DIRECT WEBLINKS (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • OLYMPIC PODIUM ALREADY DECIDED

    Columnist Rodger Schmidt returns with a stunning declaration: Only four nations will win all the medals at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games
    – DIGITAL EDITION LAUNCHES PHOTO GALLERY (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • PACIFIC INTRIGUE WITH 14 MONTHS TO GO

    The Pacific Championships provided intriguing storylines as the 2018 Olympic Winter Games draw ever closer
    – DIGITAL EDITION EXCLUSIVE (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • CLUB CORNER: KEYS TO SUSTAINBLE CURLING

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

  • 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. Got it? Good. Now, argue away
    – DIGITAL EDITION LAUNCHES PHOTOS (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • WANT WOMEN? HURRY HARD RIGHT NOW

    The 2017 Women of Curling Calendar is almost sold out; order now to grab the best-selling stocking stuffer of the curling season
    – DIGITAL EDITION LAUNCHES PHOTOS (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • IS THE CORNER GUARD STILL EFFECTIVE?

    Andrew Denny plays the numbers game with the corner guard, featuring all kinds of statistics that melt our brains
    – DIGITAL EDITION GUARANTEED TO CONFOUND YOU AS MUCH AS THE PRINT EDITION

  • ON WARREN, WITCHCRAFT AND WIZARDRY

    Kevin Palmer sat down to chat with our columnist, aka the man in the dark robes
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  • SALUTING THE REAL TOP CURLING COACHES

    Robbie Gallaugher sings the praises of the curling coach you’ve never heard of, because he or she is still toiling away at the rec/club level

  • THE MOOSE RAN LOOSE… AND OTHER TALES

    The Canadian Mixed is proving to be a top competition that commands respect
    – DIGITAL EDITION EXCLUSIVE (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • 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
    – DIGITAL EDITION LAUNCHES DIRECT WEBLINK (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • CHERYL AT CURLERS’ COURT

    Cheryl Bernard finally went to Scotland and battled in curling, golf and Scotch
    – DIGITAL EDITION LAUNCHES VIDEO (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • DECEMBER NEWSDESK

    Ontario rivals coach for Scotland (there’s actually three of them)… Ben is not so gentle… The Curling News Gold Trail sees six teams with over 50K so far

  • YES, HE ACTUALLY STOLE THE BOOK

    Matt Brouwer reviewed a curling book, and liked it so much he is refusing to give it back
    – DIGITAL EDITION LAUNCHES EXCLUSIVE EXCERPT

  • THERE’S A LITTLE TORONTO GOING ON IN VANCOUVER

    Sam Corea is back home in B.C. and lo and behold, the Harvest Bonspiel revealed evidence of a healthy new club spirit
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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

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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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Vol. 59 Issue 5: March 2016

  • BRUSHING MADNESS SWEEPS CURLING – AGAIN

    Blame the rulemakers? Blame some/all players? Blame the Sinister Sweeper? Regardless, “Broomgate” continues leading up to…

  • THE STOH: OUR ULTIMATE WRAP-UP

    Our army of correspondents provide your most in-depth look at the 2016 STOH that was – DIGITAL EDITION EXCLUSIVE (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • THE BRIER: OUR ULTIMATE PREVIEW

    The great Terry Jones provides your most in-depth look at the 2016 Brier field and how it will play out – DIGITAL EDITION FEAT. IMAGE GALLERY (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • THE BRIER: PRO PICKS

    Some of the biggest names in curling make their Brier predictions – DIGITAL EDITION EXCLUSIVE (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • CURLING TV/WEB GUIDE

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

  • THE BRIER: MEMORIES PT. I

    Randy Ferbey slides down memory lane to the Ottawa Brier that started his legacy – DIGITAL EDITION FEAT. IMAGE GALLERY (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • THE BRIER: MEMORIES PT. II

    A younger correspondent has some Ottawa Brier memories, too

  • THE BRIER (AND STOH) IN A PLAYDOWNS CRISIS

    Kevin Palmer returns with an in-depth and worrying report on the decline of the competitive curler – DIGITAL EDITION FEAT. IMAGE GALLERY (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • THE BRIER: WHAT DOES THE FUTURE HOLD?

    Warren Hansen on Briers past, present and future – DIGITAL EDITION FEAT. IMAGE GALLERY (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • ACHIEVING YOUR CURLING CLUB GOALS

    Mark Inglis with another essential “Club Corner” how-to guide

  • A ROYALS WELCOME FOR A SYRIAN NEWCOMER

    Three days after arriving in Canada, a Syrian refugee was dispatched to the curling ice

  • I GOT THE CALL AND JUMPED AT THE CHANCE

    The sabbatical didn’t last long for our own Stephanie LeDrew

  • IF THEY CAN SUCCEED IN THE DESERT…

    … then we can succeed anywhere in the curling world, sayeth the sun-drenched drivers of the Coyotes Curling Club – 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 EXCLUSIVE (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • A HANSEN BRIER REBUTTAL

    One reader takes issue with our columnist’s opinion – DIGITAL EDITION EXCLUSIVE (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY)

  • 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)

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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

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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

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