Tag: curling

Mixed Doubles Trials

December 20, 2021Photo credit: Curling Canada/Michael Burns The board is set. Sixteen teams will compete in the Mixed Doubles Curling Trials December 28 to January 2 in Portage La Prairie, MB for the right to represent Canada at the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing.… Continue Reading “Mixed Doubles Trials”

Curling Trials

Saskatchewan’s Team Dunstone and Regina’s Ben Hebert —who will be competing as part of Team Koe— are in Saskatoon for the Curling Canada Trials running Nov. 20-28. Both the Dunstone and Koe rinks will get their first taste of action in Draw 2, with… Continue Reading “Curling Trials”

Dunstone, Hebert at Trials

Written by: Matt Johnson for Sask SportPhoto credit: Curling Canada/Michael Burns (Ben Hebert) There would be no words to explain how cool it would be to be able to represent Canada at the Olympics. Kirk Muyres – Team Dunstone The best curlers in the… Continue Reading “Dunstone, Hebert at Trials”

Curling Olympic Qualifiers

curling.ca, September 27, 2021 Regina’s Team Matt Dunstone went 5-1 at the Olympic Curling Trials Direct Entry Event in Ottawa to secure one of the men’s spots at the Canadian Olympic Curling Qualifier in November in Saskatoon. Dunstone, who’s rink includes Braeden Moskowy, Kirk… Continue Reading “Curling Olympic Qualifiers”

Curling Trials

Curling Canada, September 22, 2021 The competition has begun for curling teams to represent Canada at the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics. Nine men’s and women’s teams will descend on Saskatoon Nov.20-28 for the Canadian Curling Trials, with four women’s teams and five men’s teams… Continue Reading “Curling Trials”

Mixed Doubles Curling

Curling Canada, September 10, 2021 Saskatoon’s Nancy Martin and partner Tyrel Griffith (Kelowna, B.C.) have secured one of 16 spots in the 2022 Canad Inns Canadian Mixed Doubles Trials in Portage la Prairie, Man. The duo earned a spot after results from events as… Continue Reading “Mixed Doubles Curling”

Curling qualification

CurlingCanada, February 4, 2021 Curling Canada announced changes to qualification trials for four-player and mixed doubles earlier this month. With the COVID-19 pandemic cancelling many competitive curling events, which were slated to help determine the teams, the revised criteria allows a broader group to… Continue Reading “Curling qualification”

Muyres 2020 Reflection

Olympic hopeful Muyres looks back on 2020 Saskatoon StarPhoenix, December 17, 2020 Olympic curling hopeful Kirk Muyres of Team Dunstone was invited by the Saskatoon StarPhoenix and Regina Leader-Post to submit a personal essay to reflect on the COVID-19 pandemic. The five-time Saskatchewan men’s… Continue Reading “Muyres 2020 Reflection”

Flasch returns home

Biggar’s Flasch forms team Global Saskatoon, May 1, 2020Photo Credit: Piper Sports Photography (Tanner Piper) Biggar’s Colton Flasch has spent the last two curling seasons throwing second stones for Olympian and World Champion Kevin Koe in Alberta. Now, he’s returning home to form a… Continue Reading “Flasch returns home”