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The USCA is offering an all-in-one Level 1 Coaching clinic May 29-31 in St. Paul. The course will include Level 1 and Level 2 Instructor classes (requirements for Coaching certification) as well as a presentation by Kevin Martin on building championship teams. The course costs $50. more information
The Northern Ontario Curling Association is offering Ice Technician Level 1 and Level 2 classes June 24-27. The USCA will accept this as part (or all) of the required work for US certification. (Contact the USCA for full details.) more information on the class
Congratulations to JoDee Dike-Johnson, Karen Officer and all of Team USA who won silver at the Deaf World Championships! This is the second silver for our ladies in this event.
Team USA, featuring SFBACC curlers JoDee Dike-Johnson and Karen Officer, finished second in the round robin at the Deaf World Championships in Winnipeg and (I believe) move directly to the semi-finals on Friday. Good luck, ladies!
Two teams from the SFBACC are representing at the Pacific International Cup (PIC) in Richmond, British Columbia this week: Lyle Sieg, Barry Ivy, Brian Zaitz and Mason Kong and Nikki Larrabure, Loreen Makishima and TC Altus. The men lost a tough game this afternoon to Texas (and former CA curler, John Tryon) and are in the middle of their night game against a BC team as this post is being written. The ladies play their first game Thursday morning.
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Team John Shuster will represent the US at the World Championships in Moncton, New Brunswick, beginning April 4.
Games from the Women's World Curling Championship will be broadcast and webcast by NBC Universal Sports. Follow Debbie McCormick and Team USA as the competition begins this weekend:
Press release with tentative coverage schedule attached.
Congratulations to the SFBACC's new vice president, Nikki Larrabure, and to at-large board of directors, Brian Zaitz and Stacey MacNeil. Thank you to all candidates for running!