By Mike Dodd
MIDLAND – With world championships in 1993, 1998 and 2012, plus three Brier titles and countless Grand Slam wins on his curling resumé, Victoria Harbour resident Wayne Middaugh has decided it’s time to focus more on family life.
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Wayne Middaugh announced he is stepping away from the elite curling scene to focus more on family ...
The Ottawa Curling Club has just announced that, after considering 11 candidates, seasoned veteran Ian MacAulay has been selected as the new ice technician of the OCC. MacAulay, a native of Souris PEI, has been making ice in the National Capital Region for many years, and, back in 2010, assisted in getting the sport of curling back into the Town ...
The four PEI Canada Games Training Teams, skipped by Lauren Moerike, Kaleigh MacKay, Tyler Smith, and Alex MacFadyen, had the opportunity to play against each other, with help from some of the Players' Championship participants, on Sunday afternoon on the world-class ice at the Eastlink Arena of Credit Union Place in Summerside, in the Junior Grand Slam of Curling event. ...
The men's final of the season-ending Players' Championship Grand Slam of Curling event wrapped up on Sunday at Credit Union Place in Summerside, with Kevin Martin beating Brad Jacobs. Here's our photo gallery.
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Here's PEICurling.com's photo gallery from the Players' Championship women's final on Sunday at Credit Union Place in Summerside, won by Jennifer Jones over Rachel Homan.
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Over 60 young and Special Olympics curlers took to the world-class ice of the Eastlink Arena at Credit Union Place in Summerside on Sunday morning for the Future Rockstars event, held in conjunction with the Players' Championship. The morning featured a visit by the Grand Slam of Curling mascot, Slammer. There were also snacks for the curlers, along with a ...
Team Gushue announced today that Mark Nichols has now joined the team.
"I am very pleased to announce the return of Mark Nichols to our team. It will be great to be teammates once again, as Mark brings experience and talent that will certainly benefit our team as a whole." said Brad Gushue. “Really looking forward to having a world ...
Canadian teams set for World Mixed Doubles, Seniors in Scotland
Three more medal opportunities will be on the line when Canadian teams open play on Thursday at the 2014 World Senior Men’s, Senior Women’s and Mixed Doubles Championships at the Dumfries Ice Bowl in Dumfries, Scotland.The Canadian entries will be looking to defend the gold medals our country won at the ...
(by Jonathan Brazeau)
SUMMERSIDE, P.E.I. — The season was barely 10 minutes over and Brad Jacobs was already making big plans for the fall.
Jacobs fell 4-3 to Kevin Martin in the Grand Slam of Curling Players’ Championship final on Sunday, concluding a year that saw his team reach the peak of the sporting world by capturing gold at the Sochi Olympics.
The 2014 Players Championship quarter-finals and semifinals were played at Eastlink Arena on Saturday, April 19. Journal Pioneer sports editor Jason Simmonds was there to capture the following images:
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