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Canadian Sport Centre Manitoba – Manitobans are a force once again at the Roar of the Rings (ROTR) Olympic Trials, with 31 percent of Roar athletes hailing from Manitoba (or competing on Manitoba-based rinks).

Over half of Roar of the Rings teams include at least one Manitoban player, which means 22 Manitoba curlers have a shot to represent Canada at the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games. 

Keep up with Roar of the Rings:
Draw  |  Standings  |  Teams |  Broadcast schedule

Follow along on Twitter: 
@CurlingCanada  |  #ROTR2017

While most Manitoban curling fans will be rooting for local defending Olympic Champions Team Jennifer Jones, Manitoban players are found throughout both the men’s and women’s fields. 
Women’s Curling
Teams from Manitoba-based rinks:
Team Jones  |  Team Englot 
Individuals hailing from Manitoba on other teams:
Chelsea Carey  |  Cathy Overton-Clapham  |  Allison Flaxey
Since curling’s re-introduction in 1998 to the Olympic programme, every Canadian curling team to compete at the Olympic Games has won a medal.
Men’s Curling
Teams from Manitoba-based rinks:
Team McEwen  |  Team Carruthers 
Individuals hailing from Manitoba on other teams: 
  Ryan Fry  |  John Morris  |  Matt Dunstone


CSCM staff members are heavily involved in the curling community and are proud to help Canadian curlers reach for the Olympic & Paralympic podium.

Kyle Turcotte and Jorie Janzen have been working with Curling Canada athletes for many years, while Dr. Adrienne Leslie-Toogood (bottom) supports Manitoba-based curlers.

Wheelchair Curling

Defending Paralympic gold medallist Dennis Thiessen and fellow Manitoban Jamie Anseeuw hope to be named to Canada’s Wheelchair Curling Team. Olympic and Paralympic four-player teams will be announced following the Roar of the Rings on Sunday, December 10.

Mixed Doubles Curling

Portage la Prairie, MB. will host the first ever Mixed Doubles Olympic Trials from January 2-7, 2018. For draws, schedules, and information on the Olympic qualification process, click here.

About CSCM: 
The Canadian Sport Centre Manitoba (CSCM) was created as one of the many legacies of the 1999 Pan American Games held in Winnipeg. Today, CSCM is the hub for high-performance sport in Manitoba. A proud member of the Olympic and Paralympic Sport Institute Network, CSCM works to provide a world-class, multi-sport daily training environment for athletes and coaches through integrated services and programs in the fields of physiology, strength and conditioning, nutrition, psychology and support services.

For more information, contact:
Jeff Powell
General Manager, Canadian Sport Centre Manitoba
Direct Line: 204.474.7148 | Email: