John Shuster won’t be catching anyone by surprise at these Olympics. The five-time Olympian is back to defend his curling gold medal in Beijing, and the target on his back will be almost as big as the one on the ice. Four years after surviving five straight elimination matches to win it all in Pyeongchang […]
It goes without saying that 2020 was a challenging year for a myriad of reasons. With clubs facing a seemingly un-winnable decision, most elected to hold off and skip the curling season entirely. Both Anne Lemon and Brent Keeling (current and former presidents of Bluewater Curling Club, respectively) said that the decision to not put the ice in had a very emotional buildup, but ultimately resolved itself.
Learn about the sport of curling from Elaine Robson who helped her team win the Saskatchewan Women’s Provincial title in 2018.
American Chris Plys will have two chances to take home a curling medal from the Beijing Olympics. The only member of the 2022 U.S. men’s team who wasn’t a part of the gold medal-winning foursome in Pyeongchang, Plys also qualified for the mixed doubles field on Thursday along with Vicky Persinger. The Americans beat Russia […]
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Defending Olympic curling champion John Shuster is going back to the Winter Games for a fifth time. The 2018 gold medalist skipped his team to victory over Team Dropkin at the U.S. trials on Sunday night, winning 5-4 to take the best-of-three finals two games to one and earn a spot […]
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Defending Olympic gold medalist John Shuster is still in the running for a fifth straight trip to the Winter Games. Shuster’s team, which returned three of the four members of the Pyeongchang champions, beat Team Dropkin in Game 2 of the best-of-three finals at the U.S. curling trials Saturday night. Korey […]
Team O’Keefe is a U18 women’s team and is made up of Ryenne O’Keefe, skip, Hazel Barta, vice, Sydney Hook, second, and Sierra Hardwick, lead.
The University of Regina curling club has a male team and a women’s team, each making waves in the game of curling. However, women’s curling seems to be seeking dominance as they strive to bring glory to the university and the city of Regina as a whole.
That’s the best way to describe the University of Regina men’s curling team – strong and committed. They’ve been winning even when other clubs and sports teams in the university haven’t.
Over the years, the beautiful Club has hosted many national and provincial championships, including the 1969 Teen ‘spiel, 1993 TSN Skins game, the 1999 CIBC Canadian Seniors Championship, the Saskatoon Ladies Curling Classic, and the Pointopical Curling Classic.