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  • Meanwhile, Stefanie Lawton (1-2) of Saskatoon picked up a 7-6 victory over Grande Prairie, Alta.’s Renée Sonnenberg (1-2). In the final game of the evening, Chelsea Carey (2-1) of Winnipeg picked up a wild win against Ottawa’s Rachel Homan (1-2).
  • In other Draw 5 action, Heather Nedohin (1-2) of Edmonton picked up her first win of the Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings with a 6-3 win over Coldwater, Ont.’s Sherry Middaugh (1-2).
  • Val Sweeting and her rink came to the MTS Centre as underdogs, but left Monday evening’s draw at the Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings with a 9-6 victory over Winnipeg’s Jennifer Jones and a 3-0 record.
  • John Morris of Vernon/Kelowna, B.C. picked up another win, this time a 6-4 victory over Calgary’s Kevin Koe. The loss keeps Koe in the basement of the standings at 0-2. In the final game of Draw 4, Glenn Howard of Penetanguishene, Ont. took three on Toronto’s John Epping in the first end and didn’t relent, en route to a 9-5 victory in nine ends. The Howard win gives both teams a 1-1 record.
  • Brad Jacobs of Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., defeated Winnipeg’s Mike McEwen 7-5, thanks in part to scoring a deuce in the sixth end and tacking on a steal of two in the seventh. McEwen is still searching for his first win at 0-2.
  • Edmonton’s Kevin Martin continued to roll at the Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings, delivering a delicate out-turn draw to backing in the four-foot to earn a 6-5 victory over hometown favourite Jeff Stoughton during Draw 4.
  • In the last game of Draw 3, Winnipeg’s Jennifer Jones stole two points in an extra end to defeat Coldwater, Ont.’s Sherry Middaugh. The 9-7 victory leaves Jones undefeated and drops Middaugh to 1-1.
  • Team Homan ROAR2013

    Ottawa skip Rachel Homan delivers her rock to sweepers Alison Kreviazuk, left, and Lisa Weagle on Monday morning.

    In other Draw 3 action, Capital One Road to the Roar qualifier Val Sweeting of Edmonton gained momentum with an 8-6 victory over Saskatoon’s Stefanie Lawton. Sweeting, 2-0, scored deuces in three ends with the hammer to drop Lawton to 0-2. On the sheet next to them, Winnipeg’s Chelsea Carey scored two points on a double in the 10th end to tie Heather Nedohin of Edmonton at 5-5. In the extra frame Nedohin came up light on her final draw and gave up an 8-5 loss. Carey improves to 1-1, while Nedohin drops to 0-2.
  • Ottawa’s Homan picked up her first win on Monday morning at Winnipeg’s MTS Centre with an 8-2 victory over Renée Sonnenberg of Grande Prairie, Alta. in eight ends. The victory brings Homan to an even 1-1 and drops Sonnenberg to the same record.
  • Brad Jacobs defeated Jeff Stoughton 7-4 during Sunday evening’s opening men’s draw of the 2013 Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings, at the MTS Centre in WInnipeg. In other Draw 2 action, Kevin Martin of Edmonton defeated Winnipegger Mike McEwen thanks in part to a score of three points in the seventh end.
  • Jennifer Jones wasted no time in securing her first victory at the 2013 Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings in Winnipeg, Canada. In other Draw 1 action, Val Sweeting’s Edmonton team defeated Ottawa’s Rachel Homan 10-3 in nine ends.
  • Sweden Women ECC2013

    Sweden, European Curling Champions 2013

    Switzerland beat Norway 8-6 to win the men's gold medal final of Le Gruyère European Curling Championships 2013 in Stavanger, Norway on Saturday afternoon.
  • Sweden women were crowned 2013 European Curling Champions after defeating Scotland in the gold medal final of the Le Gruyere European Curling Championships in Stavanger, Norway.

World Curling Federation RankingsEdit

Men (Top 20)Edit

Full Rankings here: WCF Rankings

2012/13 Final Ranking WCF Member Assossiation Points
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2 Scotland/GBR 740
3 Sweden 674
4 Norway 660
5 Switzerland 469
6 Denmark 418
7 China 396
8 USA 366
9 France 331
10 Germany 331
11 Czech Republic 228
12 Russia 151
13 New Zealand 149
14 Italy 126
15 Finland 123
16 Japan 119
17 Korea 114
18 Australia 112
19 Latvia 109
20 Hungary 97

Women (Top 20)Edit

Full Rankings here: WCF Rankings

2012/13 Final Ranking WCF Member Assossiation Points
1 Sweden 838
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3 Switzerland 604
4 Scotland/GBR 577
5 China 532
6 Denmark 470
7 USA 454
8 Germany 427
9 Russia 388
10 Japan 280
11 Korea 237
12 Italy 189
13 Norway 162
14 Czech Republic 143
15 Latvia 138
16 Finland 120
17 Hungary 111
18 Austria 102
19 England 94
20 New Zealand 90