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Latvia The Canadian Press Published Saturday, Mar. 16 2013, 3:42 PM EDT Last updated Saturday, Mar. 16 2013, 3:42 PM EDT Canada's Rachel Homan is off to a slow start at the world women's curling championship. She dropped a 6-4 decision to Scotland's
Story The five-hour-energy shot of Colangelo acquiring Rudy Gay has crashed like a patented 18-foot miss from the former Memphis Grizzly. The Raps compete, but they're still nowhere close to a playoff team for the fifth straight season. That means
Ont. The Globe and Mail Published Sunday, Feb. 24 2013, 12:23 PM EST Last updated Sunday, Feb. 24 2013, 12:37 PM EST Manitoba's Jennifer Jones is headed to back to the final at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts. The four-time winner defeated Team
Ont. The Globe and Mail Published Saturday, Feb. 23 2013, 5:00 PM EST Last updated Saturday, Feb. 23 2013, 5:00 PM EST And then there were three. Defending champion Heather Nedohin eliminated British Columbia's Kelly Scott from contention on
Jill Shumay's Saskatchewan rink kicked off Thursday at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts with a come-from-behind 7-5 victory over Heather Nedohin's Team Canada rink. The Maidstone quartet couldn't ride the high for long though as they lost 9-2 to B.C.
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We had one loss in our provincials and it kind of gave us a kick in the pants, Jones said. Right now I feel like we're playing well and we don't need that kick in the pants...Saskatchewan's Jill Shumay defeated Team Canada's Heather Nedohin 7-5 in
Ont. The Canadian Press Published Wednesday, Feb. 20 2013, 5:28 PM EST Last updated Wednesday, Feb. 20 2013, 5:30 PM EST Defending champion Heather Nedohin has her first loss at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts. She dropped an 8-5 decision to
Kaitlyn Lawes was given a tremendous opportunity in 2010 when she joined an experienced and successful Winnipeg rink skipped by Jennifer Jones. The two-time national junior champion fit in right away and hasn't looked back since. "Our first couple of
Manitoba's Jennifer Jones defeated British Columbia's Kelly Scott 10-4 on Sunday morning in a battle of former champions at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts. Jones led 3-1 after three ends and pulled ahead with three points in the fifth, improving