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Relations between Ottawa and Beijing have become strained since Canada's arrest of Chinese executive Meng Wanzhou at the request of the United States last month. Canadian coach Marcel Rocque spent nearly three years working with the Chinese curling program. He'd have no problem travelling back despite the heightened tension between the two countries.
Kaitlyn Lawes playing third for Rachel Homan, Ben Hebert throwing lead stones for U.S. skip John Shuster and Sweden's Niklas Edin calling games with Scotland's Jennifer Dodds as his vice are all possible scenarios in this year's Continental Cup of Curling.
Edmonton's Brendan Bottcher scored a 6-3 win over Toronto's John Epping to claim the Grand Slam of Curling Canadian Open title in North Battleford, Sask.
Grand Slam of Curling Canadian Open men's final between John Epping and Brendan Bottcher from North Battleford, Saskatchewan.
Rachel Homan made curling history Sunday afternoon by winning the 10th Grand Slam title of her career, surpassing Jennifer Jones's previous record of nine.
It's hard to forget about those fancy curling pants from Norway, but fashion norms in curling remained conservative for a while. Now, an apparel company started by a Canadian curler is working to give the sport a wardrobe overhaul.
Saskatchewan curler Joan McCusker could have never prepared for the guilt she would feel trying to balance the roles of new mother and elite-level curler.
There's a certain type of pride Saskatchewanites exude when it comes to curling, but the feeling is being challenged by the province's lack of championships in recent decades.
The Canadian curling carousel was furiously spinning during this past off-season as teams were shaking up their lineups to secure their foursomes for this next four-year Olympic cycle. It was almost weekly that teams were announcing their new lineups — keeping track of it all was challenging.
In his first two games back with Team Brad Jacobs after taking an indefinite leave to work on personal growth, Ryan Fry was nearly perfect.
It appears the level of curling is the highest it’s ever been. Many of the games are being decided by the smallest of margins as curling continues to evolve and grow. That level of play should continue at this week's Canadian Open in North Battleford, Sask.
After avoiding public comment since his ejection from the Red Deer Curling Classic, Ryan Fry returns to the spotlight this week as the Grand Slam series makes a stop in North Battleford, Sask., for the Canadian Open.
Ryan Fry is set to make his return to curling next week at a Grand Slam Curling event in North Battleford, Sask., less than two months after the now infamous Red Deer Curling Classic incident.