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  1. Rankin Risk Solutions unveiled as new sponsor of the Perth Curling Super LeaguesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 21 | The Daily Record

    Perth Curling committee members Graeme Connal and James Davidson along with David Hay, chairman of Perth Curling welcome a sponsorship deal with Ewan MacDonald, managing partner at MacDonald Group Perth Curling is delighted to announce a new three-year deal with leading insurance specialists Rankin Risk Solutions to sponsor the Perth Curling Super Leagues. The Rankin Risk Solutions Super League is the most competitive club league in Europe and is one of the oldest curling leagues in Scotland.


  2. South China Sea dispute: China, Philippine to sign $13.5 bn in deals, hold sea bilateralsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 20 | The Indian Express

    In this undated file photo released by Xinhua News Agency, a Chinese H-6K bomber patrols the islands and reefs in the South China Sea. China is pitted against smaller neighbors in multiple disputes over islands, coral reefs and lagoons in waters crucial for global commerce and rich in fish and potential gas and oil reserves in the South China Sea.


  3. Major league resumes; Bonot struggles on circuitRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 19 | The Chronicle-Journal

    The Bryan Burgess rink seems that they have something to prove in the TBayTel Major League of Curling this season as they enter tonight's fourth draw of the eight-team local competitive league as the only undefeated team. Burgess and his rink of Robin Champagne, Al Macsemchuk and Pat Berezowski failed to the make the playoffs last year but have been on their game early this year including a convincing win over Krista McCarville last week.


  4. Morris collects $4G in ManitobaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 18 | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    John Morris did all he could to tie things up in his quarterfinal Monday morning at the World Curling Tour's Canad Inns Men's Classic in Portage la Prairie, Man. Laycock, the 2015 champion, drew to the button with his final stone in an extra end to beat Morris 6-5.


  5. Yet another round of sweeping changes, but some curling calm restoredRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 17 | Weyburn This Week

    Team Newfoundland and Labrador skip Brad Gushue reacts as his shot enters the house during the gold medal game against Team Alberta at the Brier curling championship Sunday March 13, 2016 in Ottawa. Elite curlers now have the same fabric - an "ugly mustard yellow" as skip Brad Gushue describes it - in their broomheads. 1 comment

  6. European Curling: Tom Brewster & Eve Muirhead lead Scotland rinksRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 16 | Newsday

    Team Muirhead, winners of the women's European Playdowns in Perth: Lauren Gray, Kelly Schafer , Vicki Adams and Eve Muirhead Scotland will be represented at next month's European Curling Championships in Braehead by rinks led by Tom Brewster and Eve Muirhead. Team Brewster beat the Olympic silver medallists skipped by David Murdoch 7-2 9-5 at Perth's Dewars Centre on Sunday to clinch the men's spot.


  7. Muirheads are Euros bound after big brother Glen joins Eve in reaching major champs at lastRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 16 | Sunday Herald

    Clan Muirhead will spearhead Scotland's bid to repel Continental invaders at the European Curling Championships in Braehead Arena next month with representation in both the men's and women's teams. The 3-0 victory in a best-of-five series achieved by the quartet led by former world champion Eve Muirhead over Hannah Fleming's improving rink in the two team women's qualifying competition held at Perth over the weekend was, of course, no more than business as usual.


  8. Dominant Muirhead secures Euro Curling Champs spotRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 15 | Sunday Herald

    Eve Muirhead once again asserted her authority as the pre-eminent skip in Scottish and perhaps world curling as she led her rink to a 3-0 whitewash of Team Fleming at the European Championship Play-downs at Perth's Dewar's Centre. It was a victory which was doubly important since, as well as ensuring that Team Muirhead will represent Scotland on home ice in the European Championships at Braehead Arena next month, it also all but secured their place at the next Winter Olympics.


  9. Red Willow Place begins the Recognition 2016 seriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 14 | St. Albert Gazette

    Fire and Ice is the inaugural event as part of the Recognition 2016 series which is developed to celebrate exceptional achievements in St. Albert and Alberta. 'This is going to be a phenomenal way to show people our facilities,' Tom Clarke, vice president of the seniors association said.


  10. Their chance to go for goldRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 14 | Star News Group

    The Rio Olympic games are well over and done, but Point Pleasant Beach still felt the Olympic spirit this week. On Oct. 11, students from G. Harold Antrim, Lavallette Elementary, Bay Head Elementary, Brielle Elementary schools, St.Peter School in Point Pleasant Beach, and St. Catharine School in Spring Lake competed in Olympic-themed track events.


  11. Fleming aiming to make 'home' less comfortable for Muirhead in Euro Play-downsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 13 | Sunday Herald

    Hannah Fleming is aiming to build on a fine start to the season as she prepares to confront Eve Muirhead A surge up the world rankings in the first month of the new season has given Hannah Fleming and her team new confidence as they bid to be the home representatives when Scotland hosts the European Curling Championships in November but first they must emerge from the lioness's den.


  12. Member Associations set for World debuts at WMxCC 2016A record 37...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 10 | World Curling Federation

    A record 37 teams will compete at the World Mixed Curling Championship 2016 in Kazan, Russia, which begins later this week. This event will run from Friday 14 until Saturday 22 October in the Kazan Sports Palace and will see Andorra and Croatia compete in their very first World Curling Championship.


  13. Despite close loss, UM is back on trackRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 9 | The Miami Herald

    The University of Miami football team lost a game it could have, should have won against Florida State, no question about that. UM players are hurting, in more ways than one, after the hard-hitting 20-19 thriller.


  14. Curling great Bernard set to give back to youth in HatRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 6 | Medincine Hat News

    Olympic medalist Cheryl Bernard practises at the Medicine Hat Curling Club in October 2012 prior to her opening game at the MNP Charity Classic. Bernard will be back in Medicine Hat Nov. 19 as part of The School of Rocks youth camp at the curling club.


  15. ASB takes to the ice for 'signature' fundraising eventRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 6 | The Honolulu Advertiser

    Olympian Shawn Rojeski teaches American Savings Bank employee Laura Ibanes how to curl during a curling practice at the Ice Palace on Wednesday, as co-workers Karla Fernandez and Lori Bettencourt look on. Once a year, American Savings Bank expands its focus beyond loans and deposits when its employees and customers take to the ice to slide stones in the company's "signature fundraiser."


  16. W: StuSells Toronto TankardRead the original story

    Wednesday Oct 5 | Ontario Curling Tour

    Purse Breakdown: 1st: $5,000 2nd: $2,500 3/4: $1,650 5-8: $1,300 Games take place at the High Park Club, no charge to spectators to come watch! http://www.highparkclub.com/ Please make cheque for $750 payable to the OCT WOMENS TANKARD, post-dated for September 1st and mail to: 91 Beechbank Cres.


  17. Criminal Minds: The 16 Best Hotch Moments Ever -- RankedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 5 | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    It's the end of an era on Wednesday's Criminal Minds , as Thomas Gibson makes his last appearance as Hotch. The actor was already serving a two-episode suspension for an on-set altercation with a writer/producer when he was ultimately let go for the incident in August.


  18. Langley rinks scoop Prestige dollarsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 4 | Langley Times

    Twenty-eight elite women's teams and eight men's teams put on an exciting brand of curling right until the end at the $59,000 World Curling Tour's Prestige Hotels & Resorts Curling Classic. Langley Walnut Grove's Team Marla Mallett, who only came together as a team in June, pocketed $8,900 with a 7-1 five-end win over former Olympian Cheryl Bernard's Calgary rink in the women's final.


  19. USA Team Brings Home 4 Gold Medals at 2016 World Space Modeling Championships in Lviv, UkraineRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 3 | 24-7 Press Release

    The National Association of Rocketry is pleased to announce the 2016 USA World Space Modeling team brought home the most medals ever from a world championships held outside of the United States. Just after the American Olympians dominated the world stage in Rio, another group of American athletes took to the fields of Lviv, Ukraine for the biannual gathering of nations to determine world champions in space modeling.


  20. Kids and curler eat smartRead the original story

    Monday Oct 3 | Telegram

    Taking place all this week, in conjunction with the province's 247 Kids Eat Smart Clubs from the southern Avalon to northern Labrador, schoolchildren will learn about nutritious eating habits, and participate in a Smoothie Day and a province-wide walk on Friday morning with the TD Kids Eat Smart Walk to Breakfast event. The highlight for the school kids was a visit and talk from 2006 gold medal curling Olympian Jamie Korab, lead stone on the Brad Gushue team.