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Two huge wins over China and Denmark for Laura Crocker and her rink from Wilfrid Laurier University on Saturday in Karuizawa, Japan vaulted the Golden Hawks foursome into first-place overall after the completion of round-robin play. Finishing first, the women then played the first semi-final against Bing-Yu Wang and her Chinese National team, who managed Continue Reading
Both the Canadian women’s and men’s teams playing this week in Karuizawa, Japan are in the hunt for one of the four playoff spots with two games to play after Friday’s games. For the Canadian women from Wilfrid Laurier University, skipped by Laura Crocker, Thursday’s busy day of three round-robin games resulted in three wins, Continue Reading
After a friendly exhibition game played this afternoon, tomorrow (or later today, if you’re already in Nagano) the Karuizawa International Curling Championships get underway in Nagano, Japan with the opening ceremonies scheduled to start at 10:45am and the first draw to begin at 1:00pm. Canada is ably represented by its two CIS championship teams. In Continue Reading
On Wednesday, 18 January the K-W Granite Club hosted a brief gathering to send off the Laura Crocker rink from Wilfrid Laurier University as they represent Canada at the Karuizawa International Curling Championships in Nagano, Japan later this month.
Team Canada, who are the 2011 CIS champions, is made up of Laura Crocker at skip, Sarah Wilkes at third, Jen Gates at second, Pam Feldkamp at lead, Cheryl Kreviazuk at alternate, and are coached by Maurice Wilson.