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RT @CurlingCanada COVID-19 UPDATE: Curling facility resources, webinars and upcoming return-to-play guidelines all discussed in our latest story.
Read all about it ➡️ https://t.co/l915BUHrSd https://t.co/qHKHoTNX89
Today is #CurlingDayinCanada. A day to celebrate a sport that welcomes all, builds community, creates lifelong memories and demonstrates the power of sport to transform lives. #seewhatshecando #BeCelebrated #GetInspired #KeepActive #GoodCurling @_curlon @curlingcanada @parasportontario @team_brandwood
Throwback to when curling was a thing. This is what we do when we aren't helping other curlers improve their game. We try out new techniques and use each other as test subjects. Here is Ailsa Schmitt teaching an old dog new tricks 🙂 🥌🥌🥌 #curling
RT @Sportsnet "It was an up-and-coming sport and they were looking for para-athletes."
Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame inductee Sonja Gaudet (@SonjaGrocks) explains the unique way she got involved with wheelchair curling.
Full interview ➡️ https://t.co/gWQHde1Epu
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RT @CurlBC The deadline to apply for Curl BC's High Performance Program is next Friday, May 29. Program athletes get one month online fitness program. More on HP program: https://t.co/xiiV3QpZFE Apply:
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A couple of B&W shots from last weeks _curlon Scotties #seewhatshecando
Keatyn and Ethan Chisamore-Johnston will be representing the York Curling Club at the Mixed Doubles Provincials in Brockville Feb 28-Mar 1. Keatyn and Ethan both came up through the junior program at York. Ethan now is the University of Ottawa where he is trying to get a varsity program off the ground. Keatyn plays on the Team Ramsay, a U18 women’s team that plays out of York.
Live scoring will be available on CurlON - https://ontcurl.com/scoreboard/#!/competitions/4918
We will all be rooting for you! Have fun and good curling!
This year, for the first time, Curling Canada will award the men’s and women’s national champions the same amount of prize money. This weekend, join the 1.5M active Canadian curlers in celebrating Curling Day in Canada (February 22) and tune in to the final games of the Scotties Tournament of Hearts 2020 happening in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.
2020 Ontario Scotties
Tournament of Hearts, team_homan are heading to Moose Jaw. 🥌
Team Brown from Kamloops are the new 2020 BC Scotties champions. The rink of skip Corryn Brown, third Erin Pincott, second Dezaray Hawes, lead Ashley Klymchuk, and coach Allison MacInnes defeated Sarah Wark’s Abbotsford rink 8-7 in a nail-biting extra end game. The 2020 Scotties BC Women’s Curli...
RT @curlmanitoba We would like to take a moment to thank all of the brave essential workers who are “hurrying hard” during these difficult times each day! We appreciate everything you do. Retweet with a 💪🏼 to show your support. #FlattenTheCurve #StayHome #ThankYou https://t.co/U3LtK6sohS
The off-season has begun!
We had a blast at the 2020 Ontario Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Cornwall. Didn’t end the week with the record we wanted but we certainly learned from the experience. Thank you to all the competitors, the officials and ice crew for making it a week to remember. Best of luck to team_homan and teamepping ! #seewhatshecando #CurlON #OCA #STOH 📸: mikemartinpictures
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