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Moore is a familiar face to Canadian curling fans having been part of TSN's curling broadcast team since 1989.

Moore, along with broadcast partners Vic Rauter and Russ Howard, are the face of curling on TSN, and have won the hearts of fans across the country. Moore provides colour commentary for TSN's highly acclaimed coverage of Season of Champions curling, including events such as the Brier, Tournament of Hearts and the World Curling Championships.

Moore's resume includes providing colour commentary for Canada's Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium during the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games.

An Olympic Games gold medallist in Calgary at the 1988 Winter Games when curling was a demonstration sport, Moore also won the 1985 Canadian and World titles. Moore was a professional curler for eight years and retired from competitive play in 1988.

Following her retirement, Moore served as Executive Director of CURL BC for 19 years, promoting the sport and developing curling programs throughout the province. She also served as executive director of the Sandra Schmirler Foundation from 2005-06.

Actively involved in coaching, and recently earning her Level 4 coaching certificate, Moore was inducted into the Canadian Curling Hall of Fame in 1991 and the BC Sports Hall of Fame in 1990 as part of the 1985 World Championship team.

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Catch live streaming of the American Ultimate Disc League playoffs on TSN.ca this weekend.

Semifinal #1 - New York Empire vs. Toronto Rush
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Semifinal #2 - San Jose Spiders vs. Madison Radicals
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Championship Final - Sunday at 1pm/10am pt

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