Ontario skip Rachel Homan beat P.E.I.'s Suzanne Birt 7-6 in an extra end to join Alberta's Chelsea Carey atop Scotties Tournament of Hearts standings, with identical 8-2 records. 0:53.
Canada's men's and women's curling teams will be playing for the same prize money at the 2020 Tim Hortons Brier and Scotties Tournament of Hearts, Curling Canada CEO Katherine Henderson announced.
Curling Canada and the World Curling Federation jointly announced the country's capital city will host the championship at TD Place Arena. Ottawa will host the event for the first time. Ottawa.The Tournament of Hearts runs Feb. 15-23 in Moose Jaw, Sask., while the Brier is scheduled for Feb. 29-March 8 in Kingston, Ont. This report by The Canadian Press was first published Dec. 1, 2019.Fans in Sydney, N.S., will be treated to a world-class field of teams when the 2019 Scotties Tournament of Hearts gets underway on Feb. 16 at Centre 200. Provincial and territorial playdowns wrapped up this past weekend, and we know 15 of the 16 teams who will be chasing the Canadian Women’s Curling Championship in Sydney, including a collection of Olympic, World and former Canadian champions.
The 2019 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, Canada's national women's curling championship, was held from February 16 to 24 at the Centre 200 in Sydney, Nova Scotia. The winning team.Read More
Okotoks set to rock for Alberta Scotties Tournament of Hearts. Curling features to appear regularly up to conclusion of Alberta Scotties 0. Dec 11, 2019 5:18 PM By: Bruce Campbell. Team Alberta skip Casey Scheidegger, seen here at the 2018 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, will be one of the favourites at the 2020 Alberta Scotties Tournament of Hearts, Jan. 22-26 in Okotoks. (Photo Courtesy.Read More
The 2019 New Holland Canadian Junior Curling Championships will be held from January 19 to 27 at the Art Hauser Centre in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. The winners will represent Canada at the 2019 World Junior Curling Championships in Liverpool, Nova Scotia.Read More
Tour Standings 2018-2019. Teams will earn points for the overall Foxglide Nordic Junior Curling Tour Championships at each event. Here is how you accumulate points: 1 point for participating in a NJCT tournament. 1 point for each NJCT game you win. Points based on the final standings at each NJCT tournament (Playoff points): 12p (tournament 1st) 10p (tournament 2nd) 8p (tournament 3rd) 6p.Read More
SCOTTIES TOURNAMENT OF HEARTS. Feb. 15-24, at Centre 200, Sydney, N.S. WYMAN’S PICKS. Ontario — Homan’s team has been on an unbelievable roll this year.Read More
In fact, right now is the heart of the curling season worldwide. Countries are holding their national tournaments to determine who will represent them at the world championships, to be held this year in Basel, Switzerland for men, and in Swift Current, Saskatchewan for women. In Canada that means the women’s national tournament, the Scotties Tournament of Hearts, is now underway.Read More
The 2010 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, the Canadian women's national curling championship, was held from January 30 to February 7 at the Essar Centre in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario.Read More
The 2019 Scotties Tournament of Hearts will be played Feb. 16-24 in Sydney, N.S., at Centre 200, marking the first time the Canadian Women’s Curling Championship has been played in the Cape Breton region of Nova Scotia.“The curling fans of Sydney made it crystal clear that they want the Scotties in their city based on their overwhelming response to the ticket drive during the bidding.Read More
PEI victory over Team Canada creates Pool B logjam at 2019 Scotties (Curling Canada) Posted on February 18, 2019 by admin February 18, 2019. SYDNEY, N.S. — It was a snowy Monday night in Charlottetown, almost exactly eight years to the date, the last time Suzanne Birt beat Jennifer Jones in a curling game. P.E.I.’s Suzanne Birt picked up an important victory over Team Canada on Monday.Read More
Chelsea Carey (Wikimedia Commons) Team Alberta has won its eighth Canadian national women’s curling championship. On Sunday, in an historic comeback, Team Alberta, skipped by Chelsea Carey of Calgary, beat Team Ontario, skipped by Rachel Homan of Ottawa, by a score of 8-6 in the final of the 2019 Scotties Tournament of Hearts from Sydney, Nova Scotia.Read More