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Vol. 57 Issue 6: April 2014

Vol. 57 Issue 6: April 2014
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  • COVER: PHOTOS OF THE YEAR

    It was a season to remember, and the year's best images prove it

  • MIKE McEWEN WRAPS UP SOCHI

    You loved his behind-the-scenes Olympic blogs; now Mike finishes what he started

  • STUNNING NUMBERS FROM SOCHI

    Canadian TV expert Bill Brioux examines curling and the Olympic movement

  • CURLING TV/WEB GUIDE

    Can't find the listings? Even for the Slam in PEI, or the World Mixed Doubles in Scotland? We've got it... in fact, we've got it all...

  • HIS LOVE WILL COST ME MONEY

    Columnist Mike Fournier received a love letter from Olympic champ Brad Jacobs with strings attached

  • BRIER GONE BUST

    Award-winning columnist Terry Jones on what happened in Kamloops

  • RELEGATION ROCKS THE CURLING WORLD

    Larry Wood isn't afraid of using "The R Word"

  • THREE WHEELS IN A ROW

    Canada wins its third straight Paralympic wheelchair title

  • NEWSDESK

    RIP Harry... No pants for Ulsrud... Johnny Mo donates $13,000 in Men of Curling Calendar revenues to charity... OCA versus CCA, again.. and more!

  • THEY SAID IT

    Jacobs, Werenich, Murdoch, Hansen, Gushue and more in our amazing curling quotes feature

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Top 15 Men

Updated Oct 14, 2014

  1. Mike McEwen (Winnipeg)

    One of only two top men's teams to stick together, they're two for two on the WCT

  2. Brad Jacobs (Sault Ste. Marie)

    Olympic champions have a win and a semi under their Tour belts this fall

  3. Thomas Ulsrud (Norway)

    Defending world champions scored a victory at Baden

  4. Kevin Koe (Calgary)

    Winners in Edmonton - and in sponsorships

  5. Reid Carruthers (Winnipeg)

    The other Hardline draft pick earns a big win at StuSells Toronto

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Top 15 Women

Updated Oct 14, 2014

  1. Jennifer Jones (Winnipeg)

    Autumn Gold champions have been lionized and muralized

  2. M. Sigfridsson (Sweden)

    Olympic finalists beat Jones and Homan in Stockholm

  3. Rachel Homan (Ottawa)

    Lost Calgary final to JJ

  4. Silvana Tirinzoni (Switzerland)

    Semis in Stockholm, winner in Oakville, finalist in Basel

  5. Sherry Middaugh (Coldwater ON)

    Another fast start, with or without the skipper

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