Curling

Wednesday Sep. 11, 2013 12:06

Curling: Olympic Men's Qualifiers

The road to Sochi goes through Winnipeg. Meet the Canadian men's skips trying to make it to the Olympics.

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    Kevin Martin, 47, curls out of Edmonton and has won Olympic silver (2002), gold (2010), four Brier titles, and one world title.(Saeed Khan/AFP/Getty Images)

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    John Epping, 30, curls out of Toronto and has won the Ontario junior curling title and the Canadian mixed title. (File/Canadian Press)

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    Mike McEwen, 33, curls out of Winnipeg and won the the 2003 Winter Universiade title. (File/Canadian Press)

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    Glenn Howard, 51, now curls out of Penetanguishene, Ont., and has won four Brier titles and four world championships. (Andy Clark/Reuters)

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    Jeff Stoughton, 50, curls out of Winnipeg and has won three Brier titles and two world championship titles. (Andy Clark/Reuters)

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    Brad Jacobs and his Sault Ste. Marie rink beat former Olympic gold-medallist Brad Gushue twice en route to sewing up a spot at the Roar of the Rings. (Canadian Press)

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    Kevin Koe, 38, curls out of Calgary and has one Brier and world championship title to his credit. (David Stobbe/Reuters)

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    John Morris went undefeated at the Road to the Roar with his new rink out of Vernon and Kelowna, B.C.. (Canadian Press)

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