Curling

Wednesday Sep. 25, 2013 19:00

Curling: Olympic Women's Qualifiers

Take a look at the skips who have qualified for a spot in the Roar of the Rings in Winnipeg in December.

  • Heather Nedohin
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    Heather Nedohin, 38, curls out  Edmonton and has a world junior title,  two Scotties titles and two third-place world championship finishes. (Mark Blinch/Reuters)

    1/8
  • Jennifer Jones
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    Jennifer Jones, 39, curls out of Winnipeg and has four Scotties titles, and one world title to her credit. (Mark Blinch/Reuters)

    2/8
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    3 gallery_of 8

    Rachel Homan, 24, curls out of Ottawa and has racked up a world junior silver, Scotties title and world championship bronze in her short time as a skip. (Ints Kalnins /Reuters)

    3/8
  • Chelsea Carey
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    Chelsea Carey, 28, curls out of Morden, Man., has a Grand Slam victory to her credit. (File/Canadian Press)

    4/8
  • 640-stefanie-lawton
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    Stefanie Lawton, 33, curls out of Saskatoon, and has a world junior silver medal and placed third in the Olympic trials ahead of the Turin Games. (Andy Clark/Reuters)

    5/8
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    Renee Sonnenberg, of Grand Prairie, Alta., went went 5-1 at the Road to the Roar event in Kitchener, Ont. to earn her spot in Winnipeg. (Canadian Press)

    6/8
  • 640-sherry-middaugh
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    Sherry Middaugh, 46, curls out of Coldwater, Ont., and has four bronze finishes at the Scotties. (Todd Korol/Reuters)

    7/8
  • 640-val-sweeting-cp
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    Skip Valerie Sweeting, of Edmonton Alta., ousted Kelly Scott for the final spot at the Road to the Roar. (Canadian Press)

    8/8
  • Heather Nedohin
  • Jennifer Jones
  • rachel-homan-latvia-reuters
  • Chelsea Carey
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  • 640-renee-sonnenberg-cp
  • 640-sherry-middaugh
  • 640-val-sweeting-cp

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