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Man-Sask Canadian Team ready for Wheelchair Mixed Doubles Worlds

(Curling Canada Release) With the inaugural Wheelchair Curling Mixed Doubles World Championship just days away, Canada’s athletes don’t really know what to expect. “I think it will be great,” said Jamie Anseeuw (Winnipeg). “There are no expectations, because it’s the first one.” Anseeuw, along with partner Marie Wright were selected from the National Team Program … Continue reading

MAGNUSSON-COUTTS WIN CANADIAN STICK OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP

(Monday, April 25: 9:30PM) (Publisher’s note: It is an interesting professional challenge to win a significant championship event – but then be the only available person to actually write about it. Forgive me if I cross the line between objective reporter and “wow – we were good”.) The Manitoba duo of Norm Magnusson and Resby … Continue reading

MAGNUSSON-COUTTS WIN CANADIAN STICK OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP

(Monday, April 25: 9:30PM) (Publisher’s note: It is an interesting professional challenge to win a significant championship event – but then be the only available person to actually write about it. Forgive me if I cross the line between objective reporter and “wow – we were good”.) The Manitoba duo of Norm Magnusson and Resby … Continue reading

CDN 2-PERSON STICK CHAMPIONSHIP UNDERWAY IN MONCTON

Curl Moncton is hosting a pair of national 2-person Stick Curling Championships this weekend – an Open which encompasses 27 mixed and men’s teams and a Women’s event which includes eight women’s teams. The Open represents the unique nature of this version of the sport: the opportunity for a completely age, gender, and abilities neutral … Continue reading

BEAUDRY NEW MANAGER AT CHARLESWOOD

Guy Beaudry’s new ‘pre-retirement’ job as the new Manager of the Charleswood Curling Club began with just over a month left in the season. It seems fitting, however, that the last event of the season and his first major event as Manager was helping to host CurlManitoba’s Canad Inns Youth Bonspiel. Beaudry’s name has been … Continue reading

HODGE RETIRES AS FORT ROUGE MANAGER

The longest serving of Winnipeg’s curling club managers, Jeff Hodge, has announced his retirement as Manager of the Fort Rouge Curling Club. Hodge has advised the Board of Directors and club members that he will be ‘stepping back” at the end of April. He admits that ‘covid’ did have a small role to play in his … Continue reading

WARREN STEALS MASTERS MEN’S FINAL

For curling fans who have become accustomed to a lot of guards in play, Monday’s Manitoba Credit Unions Masters Men’s final at Assiniboine Memorial provided a reminder of the games of years past. Undefeated Murray Warren had last rock in the opening end. He got the hoped for miss and put a deuce on the … Continue reading

HIT-DRAW-TAP WINNERS FROM THOMPSON, BRANDON, STE. ANNE

Eighteen young curlers from across Manitoba met at the Heather Curling Club Sunday for CurlManitoba’s Hit-Draw-Tap provincial championship. The 18 were the final qualifiers from among over 500 who had started at the club level and then qualified through regionals. Three of the actual 21 qualifiers, one from each region in each of three age … Continue reading

MCDONALD, TERRICK WIN U-18 TITLES

Jordon McDonald (Deer Lodge) and his second Elias Huminicki have won their second Manitoba curling championship of the season. Half of this year’s Manitoba Junior Men’s champion team, the pair teamed with Jace Freeman and Cam Olafson to win the U-18 Men’s championship today as well. Blaine Malo continues as the team’s coach. Team McDonald … Continue reading

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