Kerri Einarson won a second straight Canadian women's curling championship with a 9-7 win over Ontario's Rachel Homan on Sunday.
The three-month curling journey inside the Calgary bubble has finally crossed the finish line. Let’s take a look at some of the most memorable moments and storylines from the Calgary bubble
Beth Peterson of Team Wild Card Three defeated Kerry Galusha of the Northwest Territories 9-8 on Thursday to secure a berth in the championship pool at the Canadian women's curling championship. Alberta's Laura Walker (5-3) also qualified with an 11-1 victory over Yukon's Laura Eby.
Team Canada's Kerri Einarson (7-0) is the lone undefeated skip at the Canadian women's curling championship after Ontario's Rachel Homan (6-1) suffered her first loss on Wednesday.
For the second consecutive year Laura Walker is off to a 3-1 start at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts. This time, however, her family support has expanded by one with five-month-old son Liam on board inside the Calgary curling bubble at Canada Olympic Park.
A Chelsea Carey seven-degrees-of-separation chart might come close to connecting the skip to every curler at the Canadian women's curling championship.
The legacy of the great Sandra Schmirler continues to live on as the annual telethon to help raise money for babies born too soon, too small and too sick runs all day Sunday at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts for the 20th straight year.
Over her career, Chelsea Carey has had plenty of good fortunes with first year teams as the 36-year-old pursues a third career Scotties Tournament of Hearts with an entirely new rink.
The wait for the return of curling is finally over as the 2021 Scotties Tournament of Hearts kicks off with a bang Friday night inside the Calgary bubble.
Greg Ewasko will be an expert on curling bubble life by the time he's done tending Calgary's ice.