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Team Sieg (Lyle Sieg, Gabrielle Coleman, Barry Ivy and Candace Seip) finished 5th at the US Mixed National Championships in Chicago. The team would like to thank club members for all the supportive emails and texts!
Congrats to the first California-majority US Women's National Championships curling team! Team Coleman (Gabrielle Coleman, Ann Drummie (Potomac), JoDee Dike-Johnson, Karen Officer) finished with a 3-6 record. The ladies also finished 2nd in the Draw Shot Challenge and Gabrielle Coleman was the women's recipient of the Ann Brown Sportsmanship Award.
Thank you to all our participants and volunteers who joined us last night. You were a great group and we hope you'll join us for lessons and leagues! more photos coming in the next couple of weeks
Thank you to the whole NBC team, and especially reporter, Kris Sanchez, and photographer, Allan Waples, who joined us this morning. And a huge, huge thank you to our volunteers! (We're still looking for folks for next Friday's live shot.... )
Today is the first day of curling at the Olympics. Go Team USA!
NBC reporter, Monte Francis, puts down his mic and tries curling during an Olympic sampler demo in San Francisco. This was the club's first time curling at the Yerba Buena rink. more photos
Congrats to winter mini-league winners, Team Seig, and close runners-up, Team Vogelsang. Team Sieg: Lyle Sieg, Barry Ivy, Candace Seip and Paul Dion. Team Vogelsang: Thomas Vogelsang, Steve Bollinger, Stefan Buettcher and Kelly Bloom.
Loreen is taking orders now for the new uniform jacket! This is the first time we've done this and there were several reasons: 1. so club members have something cool to wear when they're curling or teaching, 2. so club competitors can save money by not having to purchase a jacket for every playdown. The club is planning to purchase a few jackets that can be rented and that will have velcro on the back to attach a last name, if you choose not to buy, but the size choices will be limited. Purchased jackets will have your first name stitched on the front, as well.
Our local gal, Loreen Makishima-Wolf, won the recent USCA contest to be the honorary skip of the US Olympic curling teams. Full story on the USCA web site: http://www.curlingrocks.net/news.php?news=128
This is the first of at least 2 stories that will air about the club on KNTV - our local NBC station. Check out the video!