Curling Headlines for Wednesday, January 7th:
- Star-studded field to take part in World Financial Group Continental Cup of Curling. The CCA has more on the big event here and TSN has more here.
- Team Glenn Howard had a tough decision to make, ultimately deciding to play in the Challenge Round instead of the Pinty’s All-Star Skins Game. The Ottawa Sun has the story here.
- And speaking of the Howard rink’s defection from the Skins Game, The Curling News had an exclusive on their Facebook page last night about Team Mike McEwen replacing the Penetanguishene foursome. More from TSN here.
- Team Greg Smith wins Newfoundland and Labrador Junior Men’s Curling Championship. Team Sarah Hill won the junior women’s crown several days ago.
- Team Rachel Homan shoots Pinty’s commercial at the St. Catherines Golf and Country Club.
- Mercure City of Perth Masters to take place January 8-11 at the Dewars Centre in Scotland.
- Krysta Burns and Tanner Horgan rinks both defend titles in Best Western Northern Ontario Junior Curling Championships.
- The Tbaytel Northern Ontario Scotties Tournament of Hearts will take place at the Fort William Curling Club January 14-18.
- Team Laycock will be at Wilkie Curling Club for a free curling clinic on January 18th.
- Curling returns to Prince George Golf and Curling Club.