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Vol. 54 Issue 4: February 2011

February 23, 2011
Why will it be the most compelling women’s game in curling history? Only The Curling News knows, and tells


From Juniors to The Show
The field for the 2011 STOH women’s shootout

The Women Issue
It struck us like a thunderbolt, just before press deadline; so here it is, our first themed issue on “The Women”

For The Love of The Game
Guy Scholz digs deep with The Two Dons, Walchuk and Bartlett, who have finally slain their demons

The Curling News TV Guide
Full national, international and regional TV curling listings

Women in the Headlines
Robin Wilson, the STOH curling queen, cheers us on in this special Women’s issue

The Dominion Club Corner:
Should your area curling clubs merge operations? Jean Mills looks at the why or why not

TCN Newsdesk
Keith Richards goes curling as do German motor cars, Vladimir Putin, those hockey Red Wings and the folks at The Hockey News

Curling in America: The Big Red Rig
Join U.S. Olympic curler Debbie McCormick as she trucks her way around Curlingtown, USA

A Women’s Corner Stone
New study looks at the curling effect on women’s mental, social and physical health

True Grit
From the Slams to the provincial Cup to Japan: a look at Edmonton’s Team Appelman

The Curling Network
Can’t wait for an all-curling TV channel? Our first of two reports

They Said It
Our popular monthly collection of collectable quotes

Mixed Doubles A Dud
Your Curling Curmudgeon on the failed experiment – and what the players say

Good things come to those who wait
Columnist Teri Lake is back in the STOH; but you wouldn’t believe the struggle to get there

Tony Meets The Pants
When a social media guru meets up with the reason for his fame – and vice-versa – aka Team Norway’s Thomas Ulsrud

Happy Curling Anniversary
One year ago, Vancouver 2010 curling made a huge splash. Sam Corea checks in on the BC curling scene

TCN Contest Winners!
Our TSN Skins curling contest winners got the royal treatment at Casino Rama

My Curling Experience
A precocious 10-year-old tries curling, and then carries a flag at a huge event