Day One of the Home Hardware Canada Cup is in the books. If you’re not able to make it to the Encana Centre in Camrose, Alberta, hopefully you’ve been able to enjoy the action on ESPN3 or TSN. The U.S. National Mixed Doubles Championship also got underway yesterday in Eau Claire, Wisconsin.
Lots going on, so let’s get to it. Your Curling Headlines for Thursday, December 4th are right here:
* Canada Cup standings can be found at the Canadian Curling Association’s site here.
* TSN has a Canada Cup roundup here.
* Winnipeg Free Press has their Home Hardware Canada Cup recap here.
* Heather Nedohin is off to a strong start in Camrose.
* If you don’t already have tickets to the Home Hardware Canada Cup, the Edmonton Journal would like to help you win tickets.
* Standings for the U.S. National Mixed Doubles Championship can be found here.
* Teams test their skills in Eau Claire.
* WEAU has National Mixed Doubles coverage here.
* The Canadian Open will take place in Yorkton, Saskatchewan from December 9-14.
* Laycock wins World Curling Tour event in Estevan, Saskatchewan.
* Telemundo’s Letti Coo tries her hand at curling at the Ottawa Curling Club.
* Jones and Jacobs enjoy being Olympians forever.
* Olympic gold medal curlers fan favorites.
* Ex-competitive curler David Nedohin still “a superstar on Thursday nights.”
* Solid fall season for Brent Pierce rink of Kelowna.
* Team Cowan wins 2014 Scottish National Wheelchair Pairs Curling Championship.
* Kootenay Men’s Regionals this weekend at the Nelson Curling Club.
* Renfrew Curling Club launches fundraising campaign to repair club’s aging infrastructure.
* The fifth annual Manitoba Music Rocks Charity Bonspiel will take place February 28, 2015 at the Granite Curling Club. Proceeds will be donated to the Kevin Walters Memorial Fund.
* Ackerman rink stays focused on Canada Winter Games trials.
* OSCVI battled St. Mary’s in high school curling action.