Edmonton's Kelsey Rocque skipped Canada to a 6-4 victory over Korea to win the women's world junior curling championship in Flims, Switzerland, on Wednesday.
Kevin Koe of Alberta moved into a first-place tie with B.C.'s John Morris Tuesday night at the Canadian men's curling championship with an 8-6 win over Saskatchewan.
John Morris and his B.C. rink held on to top spot at the Canadian men's curling championship Tuesday afternoon with a 9-3 thumping of New Brunswick in eight ends.
Quebec's Jean-Michel Menard beat Manitoba's Jeff Stoughton 9-7 in an extra end Tuesday at the Tim Hortons Brier.
It didn’t take long for the Colorado shred crowd to respond to Inside Edition’s weed story with an edit that puts the entire “legalization” debate in perfect perspective. Link via Yobeat.
Big mountain dominator Jeremy Jones has added another logo to his helmet in the form of former Japanese electronics giant Sony. Yes, they still exist and are apparently making products. Remember the Walkman? Same company. Guess they make some kind of video game playing device for people who don’t have iPhones.
Canadian skip Braden Calvert dropped a 4-3 extra-end decision to Switzerland’s Yannick Schwaller in Tuesday's Page 3-4 playoff and will play for bronze Wednesday.
Alberta's Kevin Koe set up a three-way tie for first at the Canadian men's curling championship Monday night with a 10-4 win in eight ends over previously unbeaten Jeff Stoughton from Manitoba.
Kevin Koe of Alberta won the family feud at the Canadian men's curling championship Monday, defeating brother Jamie Koe from the Northwest Territories-Yukon 8-3 in eight ends.
Canada's Kelsey Rocque edged South Korea's Kyeong-Ae Kim 7-6 to advance to the women's final at the world junior curling championship Monday.
Big Mountain Jeremy Jones is going to be on the Showtime sports show 60 Minutes Sports soon talking about his art. Here’s a little taste of what cable subscribers will get to see this Wednesday (March 5, 2014) at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Showtime.
A snowboarder is being blamed for triggering an avalanche on Mt. Jumbo that destroyed a home in the Missoula, Montana neighborhood of Rattlesnake Valley, burying three people, according to a story on Mail Online. The avalanche on Friday roared down Mount Jumbo and through a neighborhood northeast of downtown Missoula, several blocks from the University […]
Guess Leo’s Cabin at Breckenridge has been destroyed by the resort to help clean up their pot smoking problem. As one snowboarder says, “I was high this morning when I got here, and I was high last night when I went to bed.” Here’s a little of the back story from the sensationalists at Inside […]
Manitoba's Jeff Stoughton made it look hard again Sunday night but he improved to 4-0 at the top of the standings at the Canadian men's curling championship.
Manitoba's Jeff Stoughton was the only unbeaten skip at the Canadian men's curling championship after grinding out a 7-6 extra-end win over the Northwest-Yukon Territories Jamie Koe Sunday afternoon.
Winnipeg's Braden Calvert and Edmonton's Kelsey Rocque are headed for the playoffs at the world junior curling championships after both Canadian teams won their final two games on Sunday, the last day of the round-robin portion of the tournament.
Eddie MacKenzie scored a pair of points in the ninth end to lead P.E.I. past Nova Scotia's Jamie Murphy 7-5 at the at the Canadian men's curling championship Sunday.
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The B.C. rink led by John Morris and Manitoba's Jeff Stoughton both remained unbeaten after two draws Saturday at the Canadian men's curling championship.
The hometown crowd was cheering as B.C's John Morris stole one in the 10th end to beat Alberta's Kevin Koe 7-6 on Saturday in the opening draw of the Canadian men's curling championship in Kamloops.