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North America captures 5th straight Continental Cup

Team North America stretched its victory streak against Team World to five straight years by capturing the 2017 Continental Cup on Sunday.

North America holds slim Continental Cup lead after 2 wins

Team North America took a 6.5-5.5 lead over Team World at the Continental Cup of Curling after Reid Carruthers and Chelsea Carey posted wins in Friday's early draw in Las Vegas.

Kevin Koe's comeback avoids opening draw sweep at Continental Cup

A late comeback from North America's Kevin Koe prevented a World sweep in Thursday's opening draw of the Continental Cup of Curling. The Calgary skip scored two points in the eighth and final end to battle to a 5-5 draw with Norway's Thomas Ulsrud.

'Nice to be back,' says Brad Gushue after Canadian Open curling win

St. John's curler Brad Gushue says it was nice to get back on the ice this weekend — especially to throw a perfect 100 per cent in the men's final at the Canadian Open.

Big ends boost Brad Gushue to victory in Canadian Open final

Brad Gushue scored four in the second end and added three more in the sixth end as he defeated Niklas Edin 8-3 in the final of the Grand Slam of Curling's Canadian Open in North Battleford, Sask., on Sunday.

Brad Gushue to meet Brad Jacobs in Canadian Open curling semis

Brad Gushue defeated Steve Laycock in their quarter-final match at the Canadian Open on Saturday in North Battleford, Sask., when the sides shook hands after seven ends and Gushue leading 5-2.

Grand Slam of Curling: Canadian Open men's quarter-finals

Watch coverage of the men's quarter-final match between Brad Gushue and Steve Laycock at the Canadian Open Grand Slam of Curling tournament from North Battleford, Sask.

Gushue to face Laycock in Canadian Open quarter-finals

The men's quarter-finals are set at the Canadian Open after Edmonton's Brendan Bottcher, Saskatoon's Steve Laycock and Winnipeg's Mike McEwen grabbed the final three spots.

Road to the Olympic Games: The Rock's Golden Boy heads for home

The Brier is the one thing in curling Brad Gushue has never won. This year's will be held in his barn at Mile One Centre at the start of the Trans-Canada Highway in March.

Rachel Homan on ropes at Canadian Open curling

Casey Scheidegger upset Rachel Homan 10-4 in the early afternoon draw Thursday at the Canadian Open in North Battleford, Sask.

Classic rock: Celebrating 55 years of curling on CBC

This year marks the 55th anniversary of the start of CBC's televised curling coverage. To celebrate, here's a look back at some of the most memorable moments from more than five decades on the ice.

Brad Gushue begins Canadian Open with narrow victory

Brad Gushue of St. John's, N.L., eked out an 8-7 victory over Saskatoon's Bruce Korte in extra ends. Korte earned the sponsor's exemption for the event.

Hometown favourite Jacobs comes up with key steals to win the National

Hometown favourite Brad Jacobs picked up steals in the sixth and eighth ends to defeat Reid Carruthers 4-2 in the National Grand Slam of Curling men's final on Sunday.

Jacobs to play Carruthers in The National final

Olympic champion Brad Jacobs scored three in the eighth end to edge John Morris 6-5 in quarter-final action Saturday at The National Grand Slam of Curling in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont.

Jacobs edges Morris at The National to set up semifinal with Gushue

Olympic champion Brad Jacobs scored three in the eighth end to edge John Morris 6-5 in quarter-final action Saturday at The National Grand Slam of Curling.

Swedish skip Edin scores pair in final end to beat Mike McEwen at the National

Sweden's Niklas Edin scored a pair in the final end for a 6-4 win over Mike McEwen in round-robin play Thursday at the National.

Curler Jennifer Jones suffers blowout loss at the National

Jones who's coming off a Canada Cup victory last weekend, gave up three points in the opening end and four more points in the fifth to Switzerland's Binia Feltscher.

2018 women's world curling to be held in North Bay

Curling Canada and the World Curling Federation jointly announced Tuesday that North Bay, Ont., will serve as host from March 17-25, 2018.

Canada Cup: Jennifer Jones' early lead holds off Homan in final

Winnipeg's Jennifer Jones downed Ottawa's Rachel Homan 9-5 to win the women's 2016 Canada Cup of Curling title.

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