• Darcy Robertson wins Colonial Square Ladies Classic

    Darcy Robertson (Winnipeg, Manitoba) wins the Colonial Square Ladies Classic, defeating Sayaka Yoshimura (Sapporo, Japan) 5-2 at the Nutana Curling Club in Saskatoon, Canada.

  • Tyler Tardi wins King Cash Spiel

    Tyler Tardi (Langley, BC) wins the King Cash Spiel, defeating Josh Barry (Vancouver, BC) 6-2 at the Golden Ears Curling Club in Maple Ridge, British Columbia.

  • Kerri Einarson wins Morris SunSpiel

    Kerri Einarson (Winnipeg, Manitoba) wins the Morris SunSpiel, defeating Kristy Watling (Winnipeg, Manitoba) 6-3 at the Morris Curling Club in Morris, Canada.

  • John Epping wins AMJ Campbell Shorty Jenkins Classic

    John Epping (Toronto, Ontario) wins the AMJ Campbell Shorty Jenkins Classic, defeating Brad Jacobs (Sault Ste Marie, Ontario) 5-2 at the Cornwall Curling Club in Cornwall, Canada.

  • Isabella Wrana wins AMJ Campbell Shorty Jenkins Classic

    Isabella Wrana (Stockholm, Sweden) wins the AMJ Campbell Shorty Jenkins Classic, defeating Hollie Duncan (Toronto, Ontario) 5-4 in an extra end at the Cornwall Curling Club in Cornwall, Canada.

  • Corryn Brown wins King Cash Spiel

    Corryn Brown (Kamloops, BC) wins the King Cash Spiel, defeating Diane Gushulak (New Westminster, BC) 6-4 at the Golden Ears Curling Club in Maple Ridge, British Columbia.

  • Canada's Kevin Koe wins Curling World Cup

    Team Koe (WCF photo by Celine Stucki) wins to sweep the Curling World Cup Suzhou for Canada.

  • Canada's Rachel Homan wins Curling World Cup Title

    Suzhou, China - Rachel Homan's Canadian team - of third Emma Miskew, second Joanne Courtney and lead Lisa Weagle (WCF photo by Celine Stucki) - have become the second Canadian team to win the first leg of the 2018-2019 Curling World Cup, in Suzhou, China and secure a place in the Grand Final, to be held in Beijing, next year.

  • Canada wins Curling World Cup Mixed Doubles

    Suzhou, China - Laura Walker and Kirk Muyres (WCF photo by Celine Stucki) gave Canada the perfect start to Curling World Cup finals day in Suzhou, China with victory in the mixed doubles final over the United States.

  • USA's Anderson/Dropkin joins Canada in Mixed Doubles Final

    Tense last-end victory over Switzerland maintains perfect record for USA's Sarah Anderson and Korey Dropkin (WCT Photo by Celine Stucki).