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Jennifer Jones bid a reluctant goodbye to a curling stage where she’s performed brilliantly in her career. Her Manitoba team’s exit in Sunday’s 5-4 loss to Rachel Homan in the Scotties Tournament of Hearts final marked the end of an era in women’s curling. Manitoba skip will continue to curlContinue Reading

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Ontario’s Rachel Homan won her fourth Canadian women’s curling championship with a 5-4 victory over Manitoba’s Jennifer Jones on Sunday in Calgary. Homan denied the retiring legend’s bid for a record-breaking seventh Scotties Tournament of Hearts title in her final appearance. Ontario skip secures 5-4 win in 10th end to capContinue Reading

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The road to another Canadian women’s curling championship for both Ontario’s Rachel Homan and Manitoba’s Jennifer Jones shortened with their playoff victories Friday. Einarson ousted by Manitoba’s Cameron in late draw, ending bid for historic 5-peatDonna Spencer · The Canadian Press · Posted: Feb 23, 2024 5:35 PM EST |Continue Reading

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Edmonton skip Selena Sturmay facing six-time Scotties Tournament of Hearts champion Jennifer Jones injects buzz into a non-elimination game on Friday at Calgary’s WinSport Event Centre, but one with stakes nonetheless. B.C.’s Grandy taking on Manitoba’s Cameron for final playoff spot in CalgaryDonna Spencer · The Canadian Press · Posted:Continue Reading

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ROUNDUP Alberta’s Selena Sturmay clinched a playoff spot at the Canadian women’s curling championship. Meanwhile, Skylar Ackerman claimed third in the pool. Albertan’s team stormed back from 6-1 deficit after 4 sets to defeat McCarville teamDonna Spencer · The Canadian Press · Posted: Feb 21, 2024 3:07 PM EST |Continue Reading

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ROUNDUP Kaitlyn Lawes has asked for her teammates’ patience as she irons out her game at the Canadian women’s curling championship. Sturmay, Homan remain perfect; Galusha stages biggest comeback in decadesDonna Spencer · The Canadian Press · Posted: Feb 20, 2024 3:17 PM EST | Last Updated: 3 hours agoContinue Reading