February 20, 2020

The Curling News Top 15

top15The Curling News Top 15 is a frequent ranking of the best curling team performances as they occurred around the world, for both men and women, and utilizes savvy curling knowledge, complex mathematical theorems, and plain old subjectivity.

Read the comments under each team name for hints and tips on our line of thinking; and if you disagree, or believe we’re missing a notable team performance entirely, send us a message via the contact page and we’ll consider your input.

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    • TCN Top 15 Men’s
    • Updated Dec 23, 2019
    • 1
    • Brad Jacobs (Sault Ste. Marie)

      Firing on all cylinders with Kennedy

    • 2
    • Niklas Edin (Sweden)

      Back-to-back world champions, Euro champs again, back in a Slam final and third in Karuizawa

    • 3
    • John Epping (Toronto)

      Canada Cup champs nabbed the Olympic Trials spot

    • 4
    • Mike McEwen (Winnipeg)

      Up from 11th last season. Stuck it out and playing well again

    • 5
    • Brad Gushue (St. John’s)

      Up from 6th last year. Back in the money but looking to win finals

    • 6
    • Kevin Koe (Calgary)

      Canada Cup finalists not quite themselves

    • 7
    • Bruce Mouat (Scotland)

      Scottish Euro playoff only blemish so far

    • 8
    • Brendan Bottcher (Edmonton)

      Slow start but picking up steam

    • 9
    • Matt Dunstone (Regina)

      That Slam win was something, eh?

    • 10
    • Yuta Matsumura (Japan)

      Karuizawa champs always cashing in

    • 11
    • Peter de Cruz (Switzerland)

      Battling Schwaller for top Swiss honours

    • 12
    • Yannick Schwaller (Switzerland)

      Battling de Cruz for top Swiss honours

    • 13
    • Ross Paterson (Scotland)

      ’At’s a fine young rink, innit?

    • 14
    • Ross Whyte (Scotland)

      More young Scots stealing the cash

    • 15
    • Glenn Howard (Toronto)

      The Iron Man of curling still cashing in

    • TCN Top 15 Women’s
    • Updated Dec 23, 2019
    • 1
    • Tracy Fleury (Winnipeg)

      Up from 12th last season… how about that

    • 2
    • Anna Hasselborg (Sweden)

      Great season but they’re always expecting more

    • 3
    • Silvana Tirinzoni (Switzerland)

      World champs still top 5 in cash

    • 4
    • Satsuki Fujisawa (Japan)

      Incredible three-player Slam performance, Karuizawa champs

    • 5
    • Rachel Homan (Ottawa)

      Will Canada Cup win awaken the giants?

    • 6
    • Kerri Einarson (Winnipeg)

      No sophomore jinx here

    • 7
    • Jennifer Jones (Winnipeg)

      Up and down season, still cashing in

    • 8
    • Elena Stern (Switzerland)

      Good young team

    • 9
    • Isabella Wrana (Sweden)

      Almost ready to challenge Hasselborg?

    • 10
    • Chelsea Carey (Calgary)

      Up and down, up and down

    • 11
    • Nina Roth (USA)

      Hot start in Korea/Japan, hot finish in Karuizawa

    • 12
    • Team Scheidegger (Lethbridge)

      Solid season without the skipper

    • 13
    • Sayaka Yoshimura (Japan)

      Rivalling Fujisawa in Japan

    • 14
    • Un-Chi Gim (Korea)

      Latest Korean success story

    • 15
    • EunJung Kim (Korea)

      Great to see them back in action

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