Women’s Curling

Holly Jamieson of Team Canada at the 2017 World Deaf Curling Championship 2017 in Sochi, Russia.

News and Press Releases

December 10th, 2018: A New National Deaf Curling Training Program with Access to World Class Training Facilities

March 2nd, 2018: Alberta and British Columbia will represent Canada at the 2019 Deaflympics

February 16th, 2018: Curling: A lot of Fun Ahead for Alberta’s Team Jamieson

February 12th, 2018: Women’s Curling: A First Deaf Sport Event for Logan

Events

 2018 Canada Deaf Games – Winnipeg, Manitoba

June 14-16, 2019: 1st Canadian Deaf FunSpiel at the Cargill Curling Training Centre in Morris, MB

Summer 2019: Junior Camp at the Cargill Curling Training Centre in Morris, MB

December 12-21, 2019: Winter Deaflympics in Italy

May 12-16, 2020: Canada Deaf Games in Edmonton, Alberta

March 18-28, 2021: World Deaf Curling Championship – Banff, Alberta


2019 Calendar for Clinics / Training Camps / Sport Events


Canadian Deaf Curling Program

The Canadian Deaf Curling Program contains four components:

  • Training Clinics for Provincial Deaf Sports Association and Athletes;
  • Training Clinics for 12-21 year-old participants in various formats;
  • Coaching Apprenticeships for future Deaf coaches to support their NCCP designation process;
  • ASL and LSQ courses to hearing coaches.
CDSA President Mark Kusiak’s Presentation (YouTube)

CDSA Press Release

CDSA President’s PowerPoint Presentation

For more information, please contact your Provincial Deaf Sports Association (PDSA) around January 15, 2019.


Morris Curling Club – Cargill Curling Training Centre’s Promotional Video

 


Contact

Team Manager: Lois McIntyre

Team Alberta (Jamieson) at the 2018 Canada Deaf Games. It will represent Canada at the 2019 Winter Deaflympics in Women’s Curling.

 

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TUNG, Cecilia W, 1982 WORLD Curling 2017-lang-en Sochi, RUSSIA Curling-lang-en - 3rd