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Canada remains perfect at curling worlds

Canada improved to 3-0 after victories over China and Sweden at the world men's curling championship in halifax on Sunday.

Canada's Simmons remains perfect at curling worlds

Canada's Pat Simmons defeated China's Jialiang Zang 7-4 on Sunday for his second straight win at the world men's curling championship at Scotiabank Centre.

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World men's curling championship: Canada's Simmons beats American Shuster

Canada's Pat Simmons outscored American John Shuster 11-10 in a wild opening game Saturday night at the world men's curling championship at Scotiabank Centre.

Lib Tech Flies The Bird In Japan

With no snow in their Pacific Northwest homeland Blair Habenicht, Matt Edgers, Temple Cummins, and their crew took off for the land of the rising sun where the snow was stacking in like twigs in a bird’s nest or something like that. Let The Bird Fly. A motto embodied by a transient spirit, whose sideways […]

The North Face Base Camp Duffel Review

The North Face Base Camp Duffel Review Price: $120 – $170 Sizes: 42, 72, 90, 155 (in liters) Weight: 1250 g – 2240 g Website: The North Face Summary: Wherever you’re going, the Base Camp Duffel is a travel worthy companion. This simple, burly, and durable bag is ideal for weekend warriors or expedition adventurers. […]

Canada's curlers have home-ice advantage for men's worlds

John Morris, Carter Rycroft and Nolan Thiessen are all former world men's curling champions. They're hoping to get their skip his first world title at this year's tournament in Halifax.

Halifax ice-maker getting a master class at curling worlds

There's a real science to making world class curling ice, and Jamie Danbrook is getting an up-close look.

Snow Shred Whistler Dream House

In 2005 the architecture firm (N-1) designed what just may be the ultimate snow shred house on the edge of Whistler, BC’s Khyber Ridge, according to story in HUH Magazine. Consisting of five floors, the majority of the residence has a huge glass facade and a large terrace, making the most of the stunning views, […]

Mikey B’s Area 241 On Going Off Grid

The Going Off Grid show host Laura Ling gets a tour of Mikey Basich’s Area 241 house on 40 acres near Northern California’s Donner Summit. It’s a great look into living right. To bed with the sun, up with the sun. Man, brother Mikey...

Zeal Signs 4 Time Olympian Kjersti Buaas

Snowboarder Kjersti Buaas has some new gear up and protecting her eyeballs. Yep, she’s reportedly now on the Zeal Optic program. Growing up in Norway, Kjersti was on skis before most of us began walking. Starting at age one, Kjersti was born to be on the snow. At age 12, she tried snowboarding for the […]

Canada's McEwen takes inaugural Elite 10 curling title

Winnipeg skip Mike McEwen claimed the inaugural Syncrude Elite 10 title by defeating Sweden's Niklas Edin in Sunday's final match.

Swiss defeat Canada 5-3 to win women's world curling championship

Switzerland's Alina Patz defeated Canada's Jennifer Jones 5-3 Sunday to claim the gold medal at the world women's curling championship in Sapporo, Japan.

Canada, Jennifer Jones shooting for World Championship gold

Canada will play Switzerland for the gold medal at the world women's curling championship in Sapporo, Japan. Winnipeg skip Jennifer Jones, third Kaitlyn Lawes, second Jill Officer and lead Dawn McEwen defeated Russia's Anna Sidorova 7-4 in Saturday evening's semifinal at the Tsukisamu Gymnasium.

Canada's Jones downed by Swiss at world curling championships

Alina Paetz scored a deuce in the ninth end as Switzerland beat Canada's Jennifer Jones 6-4 in the one-two Page playoff on Saturday at the women's world curling championship in Sapporo, Japan.

Canadians Howard, Turnbull added to World Curling Hall of Fame

Former Canadian champions Russ Howard and Ray Turnbull will be inducted into the World Curling Hall of Fame next month.

Canada's Jones hits world curling playoffs on high note

Canada cruised to an 8-5 victory over Japan early Thursday at the world women's curling championship in Sapporo, Japan to complete its round-round at 9-2.

Jones clinches playoff spot at world curling championship

Jennifer Jones skipped Canada to a guaranteed playoff spot at the women's world curling championship on Thursday with a 7-5 extra ends win over Germany.

Tom Sims Retro Worlds At Boreal

The 32nd Annual Tom Sims Retro World Snowboarding Championships will be held at Boreal (which oddly enough is where we first learned to slide on snow) March 27-29, 2015. For over 30 years, riders from around the country have descended on Northern California to celebrate the history of snowboarding with retro boards from brands like […]

Stoked Turns 10 Years Old

Stoked, the organization founded by entrepreneur Steve Larosiliere and action sports announcer Sal Masekela turned 10 this year and they’re taking this as a the perfect time to update everyone on all the great things theme been doing for low-income high school students in New York City and Los Angeles. How’s this: The Brooklyn-based organization, […]

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