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The Canadian Press Published Tuesday, Jun. 17 2014, 12:12 PM EDT Last updated Tuesday, Jun. 17 2014, 12:15 PM EDT Cheryl Bernard has announced her retirement from competitive curling. She made four appearances at the Canadian championships and won a
Before the last Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver, British Columbia, the only curling match I ever had witnessed featured John, Paul, George and Ringo in the Beatles' movie Help. After one of the curling stones was rigged with a bomb George called it
Story Brad Jacobs is headed for Sochi after defeating John Morris 7-4 at curling trials. Jacobs says winning silver at the World Men's Curling Championship has made the curlers familiar with their Olympic opponents, and they're going for gold.
Sure, a 2014 Canadian Olympic team berth was on the mind of every curler worth her or his salt. But qualifying for a Canadian championship is not too shabby for an alternate goal. The Scotties isn't the consolation at all, pointed out Val Sweeting.
For all of the steps forward her sport seemed to make over the course of those two weeks, it was the moment when everything ground to a halt that sticks with Jill Shumay. It was the gold medal final in men's curling at the Vancouver Olympics, and the
Jill Officer will open play in her eighth straight Scotties Tournament of Hearts on Saturday afternoon, so she's kind of used to the routines of the Canadian women's curling championship. Except those routines will get thrown out the window over the
Lost amid all the talk of farewells for Cheryl Bernard's soon-to-bedisbanded Calgary curling team is the fact that they're in Grande Prairie this week with a job to do. Bernard, third Susan O'Connor, second Carolyn Darbyshire and lead Cori Morris
The final event of the curling season will be an opportunity for Cheryl Bernard and her current Calgary rink to officially say goodbye, in her native Grande Prairie, Alta., no less. The 2010 Olympic silver medallist is one of 32 skips set to compete
If Cheryl Bernard's rink from Calgary had lost the Canadian Olympic curling trials in 2009 at Edmonton, she might have walked away from the game. But Bernard, third Susan O'Connor, second Carolyn Darbyshire and lead Cori Morris did win and they went
Cheryl Bernard is mapping things out for the next phase of her curling career, which will be made official Thursday when she announces her new lineup for the run to the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. As reported previously, Bernard and