In Good Hands
Young champions mean bright future for curling
Every sport goes through a transition period when superstars retire and some wonder when the next generation of talent will arrive. But invariably, there's always another crop of athletes ready to fill the void. So who will step up? Look no further than this year's results on the Canadian and world curling scene where the oldest champion was 27. Full Story.(Photo: The Canadian Press)
Joining the Team
Former Randy Ferbey team member Dave Nedohin is now curling third for Edmonton skip Kevin Martin. Nedohin replaces John Morris, who surprised many when he departed the Martin foursome late last month after seven years. Morris then announced he was joining B.C. skip Jim Cotter's team. Full Story.
Veteran curler John Morris will get another crack at representing Canada at the Olympic Games. Morris has joined Jim Cotter's rink from Kelowna, B.C., as the team prepares for the Canadian Olympic pre-trial competition in November. Full Story.
Alberta and Ontario take home the titles
The Dominion All-Star Curling Skins Game presented by Pinty's
January 19-20, 2013: Rama, ON
TSN is proud to partner with new title sponsor, The Dominion of Canada General Insurance Company, for The Dominion All-Star Curling Skins Game presented by Pinty's. The game features the top men's curlers in Canada, as voted by the fans, competing for $100,000 in prize money live on TSN. The Curling Skins Game on TSN has 24 years of equity and is the premiere special event in curling. More...