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Val Sweeting remains undefeated at Scotties

Skip Val Sweeting and Team Alberta defeated Ontario 8-5 in the evening draw of the Scotties Tournament of Hearts on Wednesday.

Jennifer Jones suffers 1st loss at Scotties

Nova Scotia's Mary-Anne Arsenault beat Jennifer Jones 9-6 to hand the Manitoba skip her first loss at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts.

Jennifer Jones remains unbeaten at Scotties

Manitoba's Jennifer Jones improved to 6-0 at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts on Tuesday after a 9-3 victory over Quebec's Lauren Mann at Mosaic Place in Moose Jaw, Sask.

Scotties Tournament of Hearts: Jones halts Homan's win streak

Manitoba's Jennifer Jones beat Team Canada's Rachel Homan 8-7 on Monday night to hand the defending champion her first loss at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts and end Homan's 22-game winning streak at this event.

Scotties Tournament of Hearts: Jennifer Jones hands Homan her 1st loss

Manitoba's Jennifer Jones beat Team Canada's Rachel Homan 8-7 on Monday night to hand the defending champion her first loss at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts.

Scotties Tournament of Hearts: Jennifer Jones stays perfect

Jennifer Jones stole five points in the decisive seventh end to lead Manitoba to a 9-3 rout of Newfoundland and Labrador on Monday in Draw 6 action at the Canadian women's curling championship in Moose Jaw, Sask.

Couple builds backyard curling rink

Who hasn't seen a backyard hockey rink somewhere in this province? But a backyard curling rink? Not nearly as common. David and Natal Laycock built one in the back yard of their home in Saskatoon's Willowgrove neighbourhood.

Alberta's Val Sweeting tops Sylvie Robichaud at Scotties

Alberta skip Val Sweeting came out on top at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts with a 10-4 victory over Sylvie Robichaud on Sunday.

Northern Ontario emerges from qualifying round at Scotties

Sarah Koltun's run at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts ended after about 11 hours. Kerry Galusha lasted a little while longer before making her exit.

Yukon's Koltun exits Scotties qualifier after pair of loses

The Scotties Tournament of Hearts experience ended the same day it began for Yukon skip Sarah Koltun on Friday following a pair of loses. Koltun's 0-2 record in the three-team round robin eliminated her from contention in the battle for the last spot in the 12-team main draw.

The Flow Darwin ABT Looks Rad

Just looking at this new Flow Darwin ABT makes us want to go ride some powder, but they say it works just as well on the groomed stuff. The Darwin ABT snowboard is the quiver filling powder board of choice for Mike Basich, Shin Biyajima and all the Flow team athletes looking to float the […]

John Jackson Goes Under Armour

John Jackson, who recently joined up with Signal Snowboards, now has jumped in with Under Armour. Jackson joins the Under Armour team with a multi-year partnership, alongside veterans and snowboarding icons Bjorn Leines, Kyle Clancy as well as multi-slope mavens Chas Guldemond, Dustin Craven and Tyler Nicholson. Together, these athletes will be critical in building […]

Tim Windell In Court On Gun Charges

Windell’s Camp founder Tim Windell was in court last week on charges of “unlawful possession of a firearm and possession of firearm or dangerous weapon in a court facility” after trying to enter the Clackamas County Courthouse with an unloaded 9mm Lugar pistol in his backpack on May 6, 2014, according to a story in The Oregonian. On […]

Alberta women, Manitoba men take junior curling championships

After ten days of great competition, the Canadian Junior Curling Championships in Corner Brook have come to an end.

Edmonton skip Rocque wins 2nd straight Canadian junior curling title

Kelsey Rocque has done it again. The 20-year-old Edmonton native captured her second straight women's gold medal at the Canadian junior curling championships on Saturday night as Alberta beat Ontario's Chelsea Brandwood 8-2.

Shaun White Out Peddling Air & Style Tickets

Looks like X Games 4th place finisher Shaun White is having a little trouble drumming up sales for his upcoming Air & Style event in the Rose Bowl parking lot (not the bowl) in Pasadena, California in February (you know, “Coachella meets X Games”). Either that, or he just likes having local news crews (San […]

Halldor Helgason Joins VonZipper

Watch out jocks! Halldor Helgason will apparently steal your girlfriend then wet you own pants for you now that he’s rocking the VonZipper goggles. For the official word from VZ please follow the jump.VonZipper and Halldor Helgason Get the Last Laugh Irvine, CA, January 30, 2015 – Halldor Helgason never played varsity basketball. He also […]

Spy Now Official Eyewear Of Powdr Resorts

Spy announced today that they will be the official eyewear sponsor of all eight Powdr-owned and operated resorts and Snowbird Ski and Summer Resorts. That means the you can look for Spy eyewear on employees at Copper Mountain, Mt. Bachelor, Boreal, Ski & Snowboard Las Vegas, Soda Springs, Killington, Pico and Gorgoza Park (looks like […]

Massive Photo Look-back At Denver SIA Show

We’re not in Denver, Colorado this week for the 2015 Snow Industries of America Show. In fact, we haven’t attended the Denver show since January 2013. Why? The biggest reason is that it’s easier not to go, but the biggest reason is that like many other companies who are skipping this year (Burton, Mervin, etc. […]

Snowboarding Via Fat Bikes In Oregon

In April of 2014, snowboarders Josh Dirksen, Forrest Shearer, Adam Haynes and a small media crew from frequency TSJ rode fat bikes to the base of South Sister, Oregon. From there, they donned split boards and spent four days camping and riding on the mountain the locals call Charity. [Link: frequency The Snowboarders Journal]

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