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1 day ago
CURLSASK

The first World Junior Mixed Doubles Curling Championship will debut in May 2025, giving young Canadian athletes a new opportunity to compete internationally. 🇨🇦🏆

Curling Canada has announced today how athletes can qualify to represent Canada in this inaugural event. 💚

Read More ➡️ bit.ly/3Sa0kNyWith the exciting news announced yesterday about a World Junior Mixed Doubles Championship, we're pleased to announce the Canadian qualification process.

The 2025 Canadian Under-21 World Mixed Doubles Qualifier is scheduled for March 16-25 in Summerside, P.E.I.

To learn more, click here ➡️ www.curling.ca/blog/2024/07/18/under-21-mixed-doubles-qualifier/

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CURLING CANADA ANNONCE LE PROCESSUS DE QUALIFICATION POUR LE CHAMPIONNAT DU MONDE JUNIOR DE DOUBLE MIXTE! Le parcours vers le Championnat du monde junior de double mixte 2025 commencera avec les Qualifications en vue des Mondiaux juniors U21 2025. Cette compétition sera présentée à Summerside, sur l’Île-du-Prince-Édouard, du 16 au 25 mars, en même temps que le Championnat canadien de curling double mixte 2025 ➡️ www.curling.ca/blog/2024/07/18/qualifications-pour-les-mondiaux-de-double-mixte-u21/?lang=fr
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The first World Junior Mixed Doubles Curling Championship will debut in May 2025, giving young Canadian athletes a new opportunity to compete internationally. 🇨🇦🏆

Curling Canada has announced today how athletes can qualify to represent Canada in this inaugural event. 💚

Read More ➡️ bit.ly/3Sa0kNy

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Fantastic!

4 days ago
CURLSASK

CURLSASK is pleased to share that we won the Governors’ Cup! This award is given to the Member Association with the best year-to-year improvement over consecutive full seasons. 🥌

In the 2023-24 campaign, we finished third in the overall MA Cup standings. Our success was driven by Team Gil Dash’s victory at the Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship, Team Shaun Meachem’s win at the Canadian Mixed Championship, and Team Mike McEwen’s silver-medal finish, which was the best result for a provincial/territorial champion at the Montana’s Brier. 🏆

Congratulations to all the teams who represented SK this past season! 💚Congratulations to the Member Association Cup winners!

🥇 Member Associations Cup - CurlManitoba (provincial/territorial association that has the best overall performance in 15 national championship events that are either operated by, or sanctioned by, Curling Canada)

🥇 Governors’ Cup - CURLSASK (Member Association that has the best year-to-year improvement in back-to-back full seasons)

🥇 For The Love of Curling Cup - NS Curling (Member Association that has the best results at Curling Canada’s four NextGen events)

All the details in our story ➡ www.curling.ca/blog/2024/07/12/23-24-cup-winners/

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Félicitations!

🥇 CurlManitoba a remporté la Coupe des Associations membres, décernée à la province ou au territoire qui enregistre la meilleure performance globale dans 15 championnats nationaux organisés ou sanctionnés par Curling Canada.

🥇 De son côté, CURLSASK a remporté la Coupe des Gouverneurs, décernée à l’Association membre ayant démontré la plus grande amélioration d’année en année dans des saisons complètes.

🥇 La Nova Scotia Curling Association a remporté la Coupe Pour l’amour du curling, remise à l’Association membre qui obtient la moyenne la plus élevée de points dans les quatre championnats NextGen de Curling Canada

Détails ➡ www.curling.ca/blog/2024/07/12/les-gagnants-des-coupes-pour-2023-2024/?lang=fr
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CURLSASK is pleased to share that we won the Governors’ Cup! This award is given to the Member Association with the best year-to-year improvement over consecutive full seasons. 🥌

In the 2023-24 campaign, we finished third in the overall MA Cup standings. Our success was driven by Team Gil Dash’s victory at the Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship, Team Shaun Meachem’s win at the Canadian Mixed Championship, and Team Mike McEwen’s silver-medal finish, which was the best result for a provincial/territorial champion at the Montana’s Brier. 🏆

Congratulations to all the teams who represented SK this past season! 💚

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Congratulations!

Congratulations!

Great Job CurlSask. Green is the Colour, Curling is the Game.

Way to go CURLSASK

1 week ago
CURLSASK

CURLSASK is excited to welcome Shannon Laventure to our 2024-2025 Board of Directors! 👋

Shannon lives on a farm north of Spiritwood, SK, and works full-time as a public health nurse for SHA. She has been actively involved in sports, both as a participant and as a coach for her children's teams, including badminton, softball, alpine skiing, and curling. 🏸🥎⛷️🥌

Growing up in Leoville, Shannon's family was deeply involved in the local curling club, and she started curling at the age of six. She continues to curl and volunteers on several local committees. 🤝

Shannon has four children. Her eldest daughter graduated with an Ag Business degree in 2023 and is joining the family farm. Her second daughter will graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 2025. Her son represented Saskatchewan at the 2023 Canada Games, and her youngest daughter curls in the U18 category. 🚜🩺🌾

We are excited to welcome Shannon to the CURSLASK Board of Directors. With her extensive background in sports, particularly curling, and her commitment to community involvement, Shannon brings valuable experience and enthusiasm to our team. Her dedication to sport and volunteerism will be a tremendous asset to CURLSASK. Welcome aboard, Shannon! 💚
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CURLSASK is excited to welcome Shannon Laventure to our 2024-2025 Board of Directors! 👋

Shannon lives on a farm north of Spiritwood, SK, and works full-time as a public health nurse for SHA. She has been actively involved in sports, both as a participant and as a coach for her childrens teams, including badminton, softball, alpine skiing, and curling. 🏸🥎⛷️🥌

Growing up in Leoville, Shannons family was deeply involved in the local curling club, and she started curling at the age of six. She continues to curl and volunteers on several local committees. 🤝

Shannon has four children. Her eldest daughter graduated with an Ag Business degree in 2023 and is joining the family farm. Her second daughter will graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 2025. Her son represented Saskatchewan at the 2023 Canada Games, and her youngest daughter curls in the U18 category. 🚜🩺🌾

We are excited to welcome Shannon to the CURSLASK Board of Directors. With her extensive background in sports, particularly curling, and her commitment to community involvement, Shannon brings valuable experience and enthusiasm to our team. Her dedication to sport and volunteerism will be a tremendous asset to CURLSASK. Welcome aboard, Shannon! 💚

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Congratulations Shannon!!! You will do well!

Congratulations Shannon

Welcome aboard , must know our relatives up their the Sieberts , Rhonda & Allan ❤️❤️great community supports 🥇🌾💚🥌🥇🙏🏻🤞🏻🩵👵🏻👏🏻👍🏻

Way to go Shannon! You’ll be awesome!

Congrats Shannon!

Congratulations!!👏

Congratulations

Awesome!! Congratulations Shannon! 🙌🏼

Congrats!!!

A fantastic addition!

Congrats Shannon!!

That’s awesome 👏!!!

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2 weeks ago
CURLSASK

Hey Curlers! 👋👋

The Sask Curling Tour events and dates are here! 🥌🏆

Register today ➡️ saskcurlingtour.ca/ANNOUNCEMENT: The Sask Curling Tour is pleased to announce the 2024-2025 SCT Event Dates!

Registration opens Aug 1, except for the Sept 6-8 women's and mixed doubles events, which opens for registration July 8. Registrations may be capped for some events. Further details will be coming soon to saskcurlingtour.ca.

Teams who participate in SCT events will have the opportunity to earn a spot at the CURLSASK Sasktel men's and Viterra women's provincial championship, which will take place in Kindersley, SK January 20-26, 2025.
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Hey Curlers! 👋👋

The Sask Curling Tour events and dates are here! 🥌🏆

Register today ➡️ saskcurlingtour.ca/

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It’s sure going to be tough for the Saskatchewan curlers that also farm to accumulate points while only playing in 2 or 3 tour spiels

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To promote and develop the future of curling in Saskatchewan by providing leaderships, services and programs for the curling community, from grassroots to elite.

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Our vision is that Saskatchewan residents have the opportunity to participate in the Saskatchewan’s official sport!