Aurora, Ontario - With the 2023-2024 competitive curling season just getting underway, SeeWhatSheCanDo (SWSCD) is excited to announce their continued support of elite level women’s curling in Ontario. To that end, SWSCD is very pleased to launch a new partnership with Team Inglis, a high level competitive curling team with both national and international curling experience and is currently ranked 25th in the world and 11th in Canada. Team Inglis is led by skip Danielle Inglis and includes vice Kira Brunton, second Calissa Daly and lead Cassandra de Groot.
“Our new partnership with Team Inglis continues our efforts to shine a light on the high level athletes who compete to be their best in the sport of curling and to build greater awareness around the efforts these curlers make to represent Canada in international play. Together we also want to inspire more women and girls to get into the game of curling and to help them experience the strong sense of social connection that curling provides at all levels of competition.” shared Caroline Wiley, President and Co-Founder of SWSCD.
For Team Inglis, the opportunity to work together with SWSCD this season is driven by their desire to be true to who they are as a team and to highlight the many great parts of the game. “We are thrilled to be partnering with SeeWhatSheCanDo this curling season. This organization aligns with our team’s values in supporting women in their pursuits of excellence and in connecting communities,” says Danielle Inglis, skip of Team Inglis.
Team Inglis got their 2023-2024 season off to strong start with an undefeated record at the St-Félicien Summer Series in August. This past weekend in Oakville, Ontario at the Stu Sells Tankard (and the start of the Stu Sells Series), Team Inglis made it to the quarter finals before they faced a “red-hot" Team Peterson. Ultimately, they finished the event with a 4-1 record. Team Inglis plans to head to th Shorty Jenkins Classic in Cornwall this coming week and then will wrap up the month of September at Curling Canada’s PointsBet Invitational event happening again in Oakville, Ontario at the Sixteen Mile Sports Complex.
Find lots more information about Team Inglis, their play to date, and more on the SWSCD platform. Simply head to https://www.seewhatshecando.com/team-inglis where you can follow their progress this season. You can also find the Team on Instagram at @team_inglis, on Facebook at Team Inglis, and on X at @TeamInglis .
About SeeWhatSheCanDo (SWSCD)
SeeWhatSheCanDo (SWSCD) is a media and marketing company serving and showcasing active and sport-loving women at all levels of activity - from the local recreational league to the pinnacle of high-performance sport. SWSCD is excited to deliver community, adventures, stories and resources that will inspire and help keep women on the move.
SWSCD's first-of-its-kind digital platform also provides active women and their supporters coverage of 67 different activities and access to more than 60,000 local sport and recreation businesses operating across Canada. In addition, SWSCD provides its community members with direct access to easy-to-use storytelling, event and group creation tools that enables everyone to celebrate their own #SeeWhatSheCanDo moments and actively build their own community connections.
About Team Inglis
2023/24 will be a debut season for Team Inglis as this foursome, however, members of the team have a longstanding history of competing together. Danielle and Cassandra will be entering their tenth season together, and their second season with Kira. Calissa and Kira will be re-joining forces after having a successful junior season together.
For more information on SeeWhatSheCanDo, visit seewhatshecando.com and follow along on X, Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram (@SeeWhatSheCanDo).
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