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During the 2010 Winter Olympics, television viewers watched more curling than any other sport. Why is curling so popular? Because it’s fun, competitive, challenging and anyone can do it. The Lone Star Curling Club invites you to come visit us on anytime we are curling. History The Lone Star Curling Club was founded in 2006, Read more about About Us![…]

US Men’s Senior Championships

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Nov. 10, 2011 – U.S. Senior National Championships on tap in North Dakota (STEVENS POINT, Wis.) – As the 2011/12 competitive season continues, 25 senior teams will compete to earn the right to represent the U.S. at the upcoming World Senior Championships. Eighteen men’s teams, age 50 and over, will compete at the Capital Curling Club in Bismarck, N.D., for the 2012 USA Curling Senior Men’s National Championship title on Nov. 30 – Dec. 4. The men’s field includes the 2010 senior world gold medalists, led by Paul Pustovar of Hibbing, Minn. Also skipping is tw0 – time U.S. senior champion David Russell (LaCrosse, Wis.).Last year’s Senior Nationals runnerup Phil DeVore (Superior, Wis.), who earned a silver medal at the 2011 world senior championships as alternate for Team USA, is back for another chance to lead the U.S. The men’s teams will be split into three pools for a divisional round robin with a double knockout provision with six teams advancing to the quarterfinals. Seven ladies teams will compete from Dec 2 -4 on the four sheet Grafton Curling Club in Grafton, ND. The women’s field features the defending U.S. senior champions led by Margie Smith (St. Paul, Minn.) as well as tw0 – time U.S. senior champions Pam Oleinik (Brookfield, Wis.), Sharon Vukich (Seattle) and Anne Wiggins (Hendersonville, N.C.). The women’s format will be a round robin with a double Read more about US Men’s Senior Championships[…]

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