For three days the city of Dudinka, which is called the water gate of the Taimyr Peninsula, became the center of the world of Curling this was the first in the Arctic the international tournament on Curling among women’s teams of Arctic Cup. Polar day came along with a Curling Snow, freezing temperatures (in late…

Russia was good to Jennifer Jones once before, so a return trip now makes perfect sense. But this time it’s Siberia, not balmy Sochi. Indeed, temperatures will be well-below freezing and snow will likely be falling when Jones and her Winnipeg teammates curl on the May long weekend in an eight-team women’s event in Russia….

Canada’s Rachel Homan knew there would be pressure heading into the final of the 2017 world women’s curling championship. Not only was Homan trying to erase past personal disappointments in her third appearance at the championship, but her Ottawa rink was being counted on to erase Canada’s lengthy title drought. The fact that Homan advanced…

Canada’s Rachel Homan has every reason to feel confident as she prepares for the title game at the world women’s curling championship. The Ottawa skip has yet to lose at the Capital Gymnasium. Homan’s latest victory — a 7-3 win over Russia’s Anna Sidorova in the Page playoff 1-2 game — gave her a berth…

The Canadian women’s curling championship will not include perennial favourite Jennifer Jones. The five-time national champion lost a playoff game in the Manitoba provincial playdowns Sunday in Winnipeg. Jones fell 8-6 in the semifinal to Darcy Robinson, who lost to Michelle Englot 8-6 in the final. Jones has skipped in a dozen Scotties Tournaments of…

One Anna is out but another Anna is in for the 2017 World Financial Group Continental Cup, presented by Boyd Gaming, it was announced today by Curling Canada. Due to a change in training schedules, the Russian Curling Federation has decided to withdraw the Anna Sidorova team from the 2017 WFG Continental Cup, which is…