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PSA from the Alberta Sport Connection: https://albertasport.ca/uploads/NR-Host-Comm-2019-AMG-ann-Rocky-Clearwater.pdf

First-ever Masters Games will be hosted in Central Alberta in 2019 Rocky Mountain House, AB – The Town of Rocky Mountain House and Clearwater County has been successful in its bid to host the Alberta Masters Games in August, 2019. The Games provide an opportunity for masters-aged athletes to compete in a province-wide sports competition.

“Multi-sport Games are an important part of Alberta’s culture, inspiring Alberta’s masters athletes, encouraging active lifestyles and bringing communities together,” said Ricardo Miranda, Minister of Culture and Tourism, responsible for sport. “Congratulations to the Town of Rocky Mountain House and Clearwater County and all those who worked together on the successful bid to host these Games. I am confident that the volunteers, sponsors and supporters will do an amazing job in 2019 on Alberta’s first Masters Games.”

Approximately 1,200 participants, their families and spectators are expected to attend the Games. For more information see: Alberta Games.

The Alberta government will provide $200,000 in support of the 2019 Alberta Masters Games through Alberta Sport Connection (ASC).

“Congratulations to the Town of Rocky Mountain House and Clearwater County on hosting our province’s inaugural Masters Games”, said Kelly Blackshaw, Vice Chair of ASC. “These Games are a tremendous opportunity for our province’s masters-aged athletes to participate and stay active while competing in a province-wide multi-sport competition. ASC is looking forward to working with all the host communities to stage this event and welcoming athletes from across our province to the 2019 Alberta Masters Games.”

The Alberta Masters Games are coordinated by the Alberta Sport Connection in partnership with the host community.

Article from Edmonton Sun: Hansen continues to build curling's international footprint
http://edmontonsun.com/sports/curling/jones-hansen-continues-to-build-curlings-international-footprint

Will the man most responsible for turning curling in Canada and beyond into the significant sport worthy of occupying one of the rings in the five-ring circus of the Winter Games play a major role in repeating the feat in the USA?

It’s an interesting question as the world men’s curling championship plays out in Vegas in the wake of John Shuster’s winning of the Olympic gold medal just a month ago.

Warren Hansen, pushed into semi-reluctant retirement by the people who gave you a Brier with Nunavut and now one with 16 teams and two pools of eight, has officially been working with USA Curling for almost two years as a business development consultant.

“Translated, that means I have been working on ways to get more corporate and television involvement in U.S. curling,” he said.

Timing is everything and the timing of hiring Hansen and Shuster winning gold is remarkable.

“Prior to the Shuster team winning the gold medal, we already had started to shop some in depth sponsorship proposals into the marketplace,” Hansen said.

“With the gold medal win by Team Shuster, the whole possibility of a lot of good things happening real fast increased significantly. The timing has been perfect. One year ago, we would not have been ready to move in the right direction but we are now.”

Hansen’s fingerprints are on almost everything that happened to drive the sport into the Olympics and turn it into a significant television property which fill NHL buildings with fans.

A three-time Little Grey Cup winner with the Edmonton Huskies who won the 1964 Brier with Hec Gervais, Hansen was involved with Ray Kingsmith of Calgary in getting curling into the Olympics as a demonstration sport in 1988. He was the main force in trying to make it presentable.

He’s also the man most responsible for taking the cigarettes out of the mouths of the curlers, forcefully teaching them how to dress and conduct themselves and otherwise making them presentable enough to go into the Olympics and for curling to become a major TV property.

Hansen created the mixed doubles event that has become an Olympic sport, created the Canada Cup and Continental Cup and Season of Champions. He’s currently working to help build a Season of Champions in the U.S.

“The plan started by attempting to get Curling Night In America, the trials and U.S. nationals into a standard inside the boards that would make the event more attractive to fans, television and potential sponsors,” he said.

“From that point, I have been attempting to shape a potential ‘season’ similar to the Season of Champions in Canada, that would provide a consistent presentation of curling in the U.S. for most of the winter months. This hasn’t all happened yet. But we do have a plan in place of where we want to go.”

TV numbers in the US are exceptional. An average of 1.8 million watched the round-robin game between Shuster and Canada’s Kevin Koe on NBC. But there’s been no evidence here of Americans rushing to buy tickets. The bulk of the attendance is made up of Canadians and most of them decided to stay home for Easter and head here for championship weekend.

“It’s not as easy to get people into venues as it is to get them to watch on television,” Hansen said. “Once we are able to establish a television product that people are attracted to, you can use that as the catalyst to draw people to venues.”

The USA is booming in terms of dedicated rinks being built and people taking up the sport recreationally.

“I felt for a number of years that things were on the potential upswing in the U.S. and the climate was right for major development. With Shuster’s gold, that potential is even greater than before,” Hansen said.

“Curling is looked at a little different in the USA than it is in Canada, especially in the states that are not traditional for winter sports. There is a huge curiosity and magic appeal to younger people.”

The question, with the evidence being presented here, is how close the USA might be and how far away?

“When I decided to get involved with the U.S., it was because of where I felt the sport could go here and maybe that I could help make that happen sooner rather than later,” Hansen said.

“When it all comes together I won’t be around but hopefully I can sit in my easy chair and know I played a role in the turnaround. The population of the USA is 10 times that of Canada and the biggest sports marketing machines in the world are in America. Without USA marketing, sponsorship and television do you think the Olympics would exist?

“Eventually, it is my prediction that the United States will be the largest and strongest curling nation in the world. But Canada will benefit from that in a major way. Does anybody think the NHL would be anything without the USA?”

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After three successful Continental Cups held here and now the world men’s curling championship, will Las Vegas continue to rock?

There was the expectation that next year’s Continental Cup would be held here. Television sources had been told to expect that.

But indications are that there are issues between Curling Canada, who own the event as part of their Season of Champions, and the organizing committee headed by Jon Killoran that have either delayed or derailed the plan.

It is known that Las Vegas and Boyd Gaming, owners of the Orleans Hotel & Casino and Orleans Arena, very much want to bring curling back to the desert.

 

 

 

Article from Alberta Sport Connection: Lethbridge to host 2020 Alberta Summer Games.
https://albertasport.ca/uploads/2020GamesLeth_NR_FINAL_20180328.pdf

The City of Lethbridge has been named host to the 2020 Alberta Summer Games

The Games provide an opportunity for Albertans 11 to 17 years old to compete in a province-wide summer sports competition. More than 3,000 participants, their families and spectators are expected to attend the Games. Athletes will participate in a wide variety of sports including athletics, cycling, baseball, swimming, triathlon, rugby, basketball, soccer, canoe/kayak and beach volleyball.

“Congratulations to the City of Lethbridge and the Lethbridge Sport Council on their successful bid to host the 2020 Alberta Summer Games. Through Budget 2018 we are investing in the next generation of Albertans and helping communities build a strong foundation for the future. The Alberta Summer Games are an important part of that foundation and make life better for Albertans.”  -  Rachel Notley, Premier

The government will provide $420,000 to support the Games through Alberta Sport Connection, which includes a cultural grant of $70,000.

“The Alberta Games are an important part of Alberta’s culture, inspiring our young amateur athletes while bringing communities together. Congratulations to the City of Lethbridge and all those who worked together on the successful bid to host these Games. I am confident the volunteers, sponsors and supporters will do an amazing job in 2020.”  -  Ricardo Miranda, Minister of Culture and Tourism

The Games are coordinated by the Alberta Sport Connection in partnership with the host community. Participants earn the right to compete by qualifying through zone playoffs for each sport which are held across the province.

“Lethbridge has a long history of hosting successful sport events and multi-sport Games. The city is known for quality, well-organized events and friendly volunteers, and we are looking forward to working with them in staging these Games and welcoming young athletes from across our province.”  -  Kelly Blackshaw, Vice Chair, Alberta Sport Connection

“Having just witnessed the excitement of our local athletes as they headed off to the Winter Games in Wood Buffalo, Lethbridge is thrilled to have the opportunity to provide that same experience for thousands of Alberta Summer Games athletes in 2020. I am certain our amazing volunteers combined with our high-quality sports facilities will create a Games experience to remember.”  -  Chris Spearman, Mayor, City of Lethbridge

The Games generate about $3 million for host communities.

 

 

Article from Lethbridge School District No. 51: Toby Boulet appointed vice-principal at Lethbridge Collegiate Institute
http://www.lethsd.ab.ca/view.php?action=object&id=65925&stream=Homepage%20News

Lethbridge School District No. 51 is pleased to announce Toby Boulet has been appointed vice-principal at Lethbridge Collegiate Institute, commencing the 2018-19 school year.

Boulet’s career as an educator and his leadership across a breadth of athletic leadership positions is characterized by passion - passion for serving youth, colleagues and his school and broader community. Possessing deep compassion and empathy, Boulet’s insight into the needs of youth and an understanding of their context is actualized through active support.

He has a reputation as a hard-working individual who walks the talk as a servant leader. Never asking for more than he is willing to do, he has the innate ability to mobilize staff and community to support students.

Keys to his success include in-depth knowledge regarding youth and sport, an organizational skill-set that is beyond compare, and a passion for life-long learning. For example, currently serving as an executive member of the Alberta Schools Athletic Association provides Boulet with the opportunity to distribute new knowledge within a provincial context with athletic directors throughout southern Alberta.

Boulet is never hesitant to take a risk and try something new if he believes it will benefit students. He is a “kid’s first” thinker who strongly believes we have the moral imperative in education to be role models of integrity, honesty and care. 

“I am thrilled to be the new vice-principal at LCI responsible for athletics,” he said. “I respect and honour the many blessings that life has offered me in the past, however it is time to turn the page and embrace this exciting opportunity to work with and serve all the tremendously talented students, staff and school community at LCI.”

Boulet’s accomplishments and distinctions of merit in leadership across numerous organizations are too numerous to list. Of special note with respect to projects, Boulet was involved in Project House IV and was a member of the City of Lethbridge Football/Soccer/Track Stadium Project committee. He has organized over a dozen International Educational and Sport Tours and served youth in his role of Director with Alberta Sport Development Centre. He has coached a breadth of sports and teams, and was a U of L Pronghorn Hall of Fame Inductee as well as an Alberta Sports Hall of Fame Inductee.

Boulet brings a breadth of teaching and educational leadership experiences to the position. He is currently department chair, teacher and athletic director mentor at Winston Churchill High School, and has taught at Wilson and Allan Watson IOP High School. He served as assistant principal at Gilbert Paterson Middle School and Wilson Middle School.

Boulet completed his Bachelor of Education degree from the University of Lethbridge, majoring in Physical Education, with minors in Physical Science and Social Studies. He earned a Master of Education degree (Leadership and Curriculum) from the University of Lethbridge.

If you're wanting to follow your favourite athletes at the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics, visit https://olympic.ca/team-canada-pyeongchang-2018-schedule/?timezone=-7+hours

To keep things simple, listed below are the Albertan athletes & when they should be competing. Dates and times have been converted to Mountain Time.

Want to read up on these Albertans? https://olympic.ca/athletes/?search_query=&sport=&game=pyeongchang-2018&province=alberta

 

DATE/TIME SPORT EVENT PHASE ATHLETE(S)
Feb 07 05:05pm Curling Mixed Team Round Robin Sheet B : CAN-NOR
Feb 08 04:05am Curling Mixed Team Round Robin Sheet D : USA-CAN
Feb 08 04:35pm Curling Mixed Team Round Robin Sheet C : CHN-CAN
Feb 08 05:30am Ski Jumping Men's Individual - Normal Hill Qualification Round Boyd-Clowes, Mackenzie
Feb 08 09:35pm Curling Mixed Team Round Robin Sheet A : CAN-FIN
Feb 09 05:05pm Curling Mixed Team Round Robin Sheet C : CAN-SUI
Feb 10 03:10am Luge Men's Single Run 1 Edney, Samuel
Feb 10 03:10am Luge Men's Single Run 1 Malyk, Mitchel
Feb 10 04:00am Speed Skating Women's 3000m - Tutt, Brianne
Feb 10 04:05am Curling Mixed Team Round Robin Sheet A : RUS-CAN
Feb 10 04:15am Biathlon Women's 7.5km Sprint - Crawford, Rosanna
Feb 10 04:55am Luge Men's Single Run 2 Edney, Samuel
Feb 10 04:55am Luge Men's Single Run 2 Malyk, Mitchel
Feb 10 05:05pm Curling Mixed Team Round Robin Sheet D : CAN-KOR
Feb 10 05:35am Ski Jumping Men's Individual - Normal Hill 1st Round Boyd-Clowes, Mackenzie
Feb 10 06:30am Ski Jumping Men's Individual - Normal Hill Final Round Boyd-Clowes, Mackenzie
Feb 10 09:30pm Snowboard Women's Slopestyle Qualification Voigt, Brooke
Feb 10 11:15pm Cross Country Skiing Men's Skiathlon - Killick, Graeme
Feb 11 02:50am Luge Men's Single Run 3 Edney, Samuel
Feb 11 02:50am Luge Men's Single Run 3 Malyk, Mitchel
Feb 11 04:05am Curling Mixed Team Tie-breaker for Semifinal CANADA POTENTIAL
Feb 11 04:15am Biathlon Men's 10km Sprint - Smith, Nathan
Feb 11 04:15am Biathlon Men's 10km Sprint - Davies, Macx
Feb 11 04:15am Biathlon Men's 10km Sprint - Gow, Christian
Feb 11 04:15am Biathlon Men's 10km Sprint - Gow, Scott
Feb 11 04:55am Luge Men's Single Run 4 Edney, Samuel
Feb 11 04:55am Luge Men's Single Run 4 Malyk, Mitchel
Feb 11 05:05pm Curling Mixed Team Semifinal CANADA POTENTIAL
Feb 11 05:10am Ice Hockey Women Team Group A CAN - OAR
Feb 11 06:00pm Snowboard Women's Slopestyle Final Voigt, Brooke
Feb 11 12:00am Speed Skating Men's 5000m - Bloemen, Ted-Jan
Feb 12 03:10am Biathlon Women's 10km Pursuit - Crawford, Rosanna
Feb 12 03:50am Luge Women's Single Run 1 Apshkrum, Brooke
Feb 12 03:50am Luge Women's Single Run 1 Gough, Alex
Feb 12 03:50am Luge Women's Single Run 1 McRae, Kimberley
Feb 12 04:05am Curling Mixed Team Semifinal CANADA POTENTIAL
Feb 12 05:00am Biathlon Men's 12.5km Pursuit - Smith, Nathan
Feb 12 05:00am Biathlon Men's 12.5km Pursuit - Gow, Scott
Feb 12 05:00am Biathlon Men's 12.5km Pursuit - Davies, Macx
Feb 12 05:00am Biathlon Men's 12.5km Pursuit - Gow, Christian
Feb 12 05:05pm Curling Mixed Team Bronze medal match CANADA POTENTIAL
Feb 12 05:15am Luge Women's Single Run 2 Apshkrum, Brooke
Feb 12 05:15am Luge Women's Single Run 2 Gough, Alex
Feb 12 05:15am Luge Women's Single Run 2 McRae, Kimberley
Feb 12 05:30am Speed Skating Women's 1500m - Tutt, Brianne
Feb 12 05:50am Ski Jumping Women's Individual - Normal Hill 1st Round Henrich, Taylor
Feb 12 06:35am Ski Jumping Women's Individual - Normal Hill Final Round Henrich, Taylor
Feb 13 02:05am Cross Country Skiing Men's Sprint Classic Style Qualification Kennedy, Russell
Feb 13 03:30am Luge Women's Single Run 3 Apshkrum, Brooke
Feb 13 03:30am Luge Women's Single Run 3 Gough, Alex
Feb 13 03:30am Luge Women's Single Run 3 McRae, Kimberley
Feb 13 04:05am Curling Mixed Team Gold Medal Match CANADA POTENTIAL
Feb 13 04:25am Cross Country Skiing Men's Sprint Classic Style Quarterfinal Kennedy, Russell
Feb 13 05:05am Cross Country Skiing Men's Sprint Classic Style Semifinal Kennedy, Russell
Feb 13 05:05pm Curling Men Team Round Robin Sheet B: CAN-ITA
Feb 13 05:15am Luge Women's Single Run 4 Apshkrum, Brooke
Feb 13 05:15am Luge Women's Single Run 4 Gough, Alex
Feb 13 05:15am Luge Women's Single Run 4 McRae, Kimberley
Feb 13 05:34am Cross Country Skiing Men's Sprint Classic Style Final Kennedy, Russell
Feb 13 12:40am Ice Hockey Women Team Group A CAN - FIN
Feb 14 03:00am Speed Skating Women's 1000m - Irvine, Kaylin
Feb 14 04:05am Biathlon Women's 15km Individual - Crawford, Rosanna
Feb 14 04:05am Curling Men Team Round Robin Sheet A: CAN-GBR
Feb 14 04:20am Luge Open Double Run 1 Snith, Justin
Feb 14 04:20am Luge Open Double Run 1 Walker, Tristan
Feb 14 05:05pm Curling Women Team Round Robin Sheet A: CAN-KOR
Feb 14 05:40am Luge Open Double Run 2 Snith, Justin
Feb 14 05:40am Luge Open Double Run 2 Walker, Tristan
Feb 14 06:00pm Skeleton Men's Individual Run 1 Boyer, Kevin
Feb 14 06:00pm Skeleton Men's Individual Run 1 Martineau, Barrett
Feb 14 07:00pm Snowboard Men's Snowboardcross Seeding Robanske, Chris
Feb 14 07:20pm Skeleton Men's Individual Run 2 Boyer, Kevin
Feb 14 07:20pm Skeleton Men's Individual Run 2 Martineau, Barrett
Feb 14 08:10pm Ice Hockey Women Team Group A USA - CAN
Feb 14 09:30pm Snowboard Men's Snowboardcross 1/8 Final Robanske, Chris
Feb 14 10:04pm Snowboard Men's Snowboardcross Quarterfinal Robanske, Chris
Feb 14 10:05pm Curling Men Team Round Robin Sheet B: NOR-CAN
Feb 14 10:25pm Snowboard Men's Snowboardcross Semifinal Robanske, Chris
Feb 14 10:41pm Snowboard Men's Snowboardcross Finals Robanske, Chris
Feb 15 04:00am Biathlon Men's 20km Individual - Gow, Scott
Feb 15 04:00am Biathlon Men's 20km Individual - Smith, Nathan
Feb 15 04:00am Biathlon Men's 20km Individual - Davies, Macx
Feb 15 04:00am Biathlon Men's 20km Individual - Gow, Christian
Feb 15 04:00am Speed Skating Men's 10000m - Bloemen, Ted-Jan
Feb 15 04:05am Curling Women Team Round Robin Sheet B: CAN-SWE
Feb 15 05:10am Ice Hockey Men Team Group A SUI - CAN
Feb 15 05:30am Luge Mixed Team - Relay - Apshkrum, Brooke
Feb 15 05:30am Luge Mixed Team - Relay - Edney, Samuel
Feb 15 05:30am Luge Mixed Team - Relay - Gough, Alex
Feb 15 05:30am Luge Mixed Team - Relay - Malyk, Mitchel
Feb 15 05:30am Luge Mixed Team - Relay - McRae, Kimberley
Feb 15 05:30am Luge Mixed Team - Relay - Snith, Justin
Feb 15 05:30am Luge Mixed Team - Relay - Walker, Tristan
Feb 15 05:30pm Skeleton Men's Individual Run 3 Boyer, Kevin
Feb 15 05:30pm Skeleton Men's Individual Run 3 Martineau, Barrett
Feb 15 06:00pm Figure Skating Men's Singles Short Program Messing, Keegan
Feb 15 06:45pm Skeleton Men's Individual Run 4 Boyer, Kevin
Feb 15 06:45pm Skeleton Men's Individual Run 4 Martineau, Barrett
Feb 15 10:05pm Curling Women Team Round Robin Sheet A: DEN-CAN
Feb 15 11:00pm Cross Country Skiing Men's 15km Freestyle - Kennedy, Russell
Feb 15 11:00pm Cross Country Skiing Men's 15km Freestyle - Killick, Graeme
Feb 16 04:05am Curling Men Team Round Robin Sheet D: CAN-KOR
Feb 16 04:20am Skeleton Women's Individual Run 1 Vathje, Elisabeth
Feb 16 05:20am Skeleton Women's Individual Run 2 Vathje, Elisabeth
Feb 16 05:30am Ski Jumping Men's Individual - Large Hill Qualification Round Boyd-Clowes, Mackenzie
Feb 16 06:00pm Figure Skating Men's Singles Free Program Messing, Keegan
Feb 16 08:10pm Ice Hockey Men Team Group A CAN - CZE
Feb 16 08:10pm Ice Hockey Women Team Quarterfinal CANADA POTENTIAL
Feb 16 10:05pm Curling Men Team Round Robin Sheet C: CAN-SWE
Feb 17 04:05am Curling Women Team Round Robin Sheet D: USA-CAN
Feb 17 04:15am Biathlon Women's 12.5km Mass Start - Crawford, Rosanna
Feb 17 04:20am Skeleton Women's Individual Run 3 Vathje, Elisabeth
Feb 17 05:05pm Curling Men Team Round Robin Sheet D: SUI-CAN
Feb 17 05:30am Skeleton Women's Individual Run 4 Vathje, Elisabeth
Feb 17 05:30am Ski Jumping Men's Individual - Large Hill 1st Round Boyd-Clowes, Mackenzie
Feb 17 06:15am Ski Jumping Men's Individual - Large Hill Final Round Boyd-Clowes, Mackenzie
Feb 17 06:15pm Alpine Skiing Men's Giant Slalom Run 1 Philp, Trevor
Feb 17 06:15pm Alpine Skiing Men's Giant Slalom Run 1 Read, Erik
Feb 17 08:10pm Ice Hockey Women Team Semifinal 5-8 CANADA POTENTIAL
Feb 17 09:45pm Alpine Skiing Men's Giant Slalom Run 2 Philp, Trevor
Feb 17 09:45pm Alpine Skiing Men's Giant Slalom Run 2 Read, Erik
Feb 17 10:05pm Curling Women Team Round Robin Sheet C: CAN-SUI
Feb 17 11:15pm Cross Country Skiing Men's 4 x 10km Relay - Killick, Graeme
Feb 17 12:40am Ice Hockey Women Team Quarterfinal CANADA POTENTIAL
Feb 18 04:00am Speed Skating Men's Team Pursuit 8 Laps Quarterfinal Bloemen, Ted-Jan
Feb 18 04:05am Bobsleigh Men's 2-Man Competition Run 1 Barnett, Bryan
Feb 18 04:05am Bobsleigh Men's 2-Man Competition Run 1 Brown, Lascelles
Feb 18 04:05am Bobsleigh Men's 2-Man Competition Run 1 Spring, Christopher
Feb 18 04:05am Bobsleigh Men's 2-Man Competition Run 1 Wright, Neville
Feb 18 04:15am Biathlon Men's 15km Mass Start - Davies, Macx
Feb 18 04:15am Biathlon Men's 15km Mass Start - Gow, Christian
Feb 18 04:15am Biathlon Men's 15km Mass Start - Gow, Scott
Feb 18 04:15am Biathlon Men's 15km Mass Start - Smith, Nathan
Feb 18 05:05pm Curling Women Team Round Robin Sheet B: JPN-CAN
Feb 18 05:10am Ice Hockey Men Team Group A CAN - COR
Feb 18 05:30am Bobsleigh Men's 2-Man Competition Run 2 Barnett, Bryan
Feb 18 05:30am Bobsleigh Men's 2-Man Competition Run 2 Brown, Lascelles
Feb 18 05:30am Bobsleigh Men's 2-Man Competition Run 2 Spring, Christopher
Feb 18 05:30am Bobsleigh Men's 2-Man Competition Run 2 Wright, Neville
Feb 18 05:30pm Snowboard Women's Big Air Qualification Voigt, Brooke
Feb 18 06:00pm Freestyle Skiing Women's Halfpipe Qualification Groenewoud, Rosalind
Feb 18 09:10pm Ice Hockey Women Team Semifinal CANADA POTENTIAL
Feb 18 10:05pm Curling Men Team Round Robin Sheet C: USA-CAN
Feb 18 12:40am Ice Hockey Women Team Semifinal 5-8 CANADA POTENTIAL
Feb 19 04:15am Bobsleigh Men's 2-Man Competition Run 3 Barnett, Bryan
Feb 19 04:15am Bobsleigh Men's 2-Man Competition Run 3 Brown, Lascelles
Feb 19 04:15am Bobsleigh Men's 2-Man Competition Run 3 Spring, Christopher
Feb 19 04:15am Bobsleigh Men's 2-Man Competition Run 3 Wright, Neville
Feb 19 04:53am Speed Skating Men's 500m - Junio, Gilmore
Feb 19 05:05pm Curling Men Team Round Robin Sheet B: JPN-CAN
Feb 19 05:10am Ice Hockey Women Team Semifinal CANADA POTENTIAL
Feb 19 05:35am Bobsleigh Men's 2-Man Competition Run 4 Barnett, Bryan
Feb 19 05:35am Bobsleigh Men's 2-Man Competition Run 4 Brown, Lascelles
Feb 19 05:35am Bobsleigh Men's 2-Man Competition Run 4 Spring, Christopher
Feb 19 05:35am Bobsleigh Men's 2-Man Competition Run 4 Wright, Neville
Feb 19 06:30pm Freestyle Skiing Women's Halfpipe Final Groenewoud, Rosalind
Feb 19 08:10pm Ice Hockey Men Team Qualification Match for Quarterfinal CANADA POTENTIAL
Feb 19 08:10pm Ice Hockey Women Team Final 7-8 CANADA POTENTIAL
Feb 19 09:00pm Freestyle Skiing Men's Halfpipe Qualification Bowman, Noah
Feb 19 09:00pm Freestyle Skiing Men's Halfpipe Qualification Riddle, Mike
Feb 19 10:05pm Curling Women Team Round Robin Sheet A: CAN-CHN
Feb 20 04:15am Biathlon Mixed 2 x 6 + 2 x 7.5km Relay - Crawford, Rosanna
Feb 20 04:15am Biathlon Mixed 2 x 6 + 2 x 7.5km Relay - Davies, Macx
Feb 20 04:15am Biathlon Mixed 2 x 6 + 2 x 7.5km Relay - Gow, Christian
Feb 20 04:15am Biathlon Mixed 2 x 6 + 2 x 7.5km Relay - Gow, Scott
Feb 20 04:15am Biathlon Mixed 2 x 6 + 2 x 7.5km Relay - Smith, Nathan
Feb 20 04:50am Bobsleigh Women's 2-Man Competition Run 1 de Bruin, Christine
Feb 20 04:50am Bobsleigh Women's 2-Man Competition Run 1 Humphries, Kaillie
Feb 20 04:50am Bobsleigh Women's 2-Man Competition Run 1 Lotholz, Melissa
Feb 20 04:50am Bobsleigh Women's 2-Man Competition Run 1 Rissling, Alysia
Feb 20 05:05pm Curling Women Team Round Robin Sheet D: CAN-GBR
Feb 20 05:10am Ice Hockey Men Team Qualification Match for Quarterfinal CANADA POTENTIAL
Feb 20 05:10am Ice Hockey Men Team Qualification Match for Quarterfinal CANADA POTENTIAL
Feb 20 05:55am Bobsleigh Women's 2-Man Competition Run 2 de Bruin, Christine
Feb 20 05:55am Bobsleigh Women's 2-Man Competition Run 2 Humphries, Kaillie
Feb 20 05:55am Bobsleigh Women's 2-Man Competition Run 2 Lotholz, Melissa
Feb 20 05:55am Bobsleigh Women's 2-Man Competition Run 2 Rissling, Alysia
Feb 20 06:00pm Figure Skating Women's Singles Short Program Osmond, Kaetlyn
Feb 20 07:30pm Freestyle Skiing Men's Ski Cross Seeding Leman, Brady
Feb 20 08:10pm Ice Hockey Men Team Quarterfinal CANADA POTENTIAL
Feb 20 09:15pm Freestyle Skiing Men's Ski Cross 1/8 Final Leman, Brady
Feb 20 09:50pm Freestyle Skiing Men's Ski Cross Quarterfinal Leman, Brady
Feb 20 10:05pm Curling Men Team Round Robin Sheet A: DEN-CAN
Feb 20 10:14pm Freestyle Skiing Men's Ski Cross Semifinal Leman, Brady
Feb 20 10:30pm Freestyle Skiing Men's Ski Cross Finals Leman, Brady
Feb 20 12:40am Ice Hockey Men Team Qualification Match for Quarterfinal CANADA POTENTIAL
Feb 20 12:40am Ice Hockey Women Team Final 5-6 CANADA POTENTIAL
Feb 21 04:05am Curling Women Team Round Robin Sheet C: OAR-CAN
Feb 21 04:22am Speed Skating Men's Team Pursuit 8 Laps Semifinal Bloemen, Ted-Jan
Feb 21 04:40am Bobsleigh Women's 2-Man Competition Run 3 de Bruin, Christine
Feb 21 04:40am Bobsleigh Women's 2-Man Competition Run 3 Humphries, Kaillie
Feb 21 04:40am Bobsleigh Women's 2-Man Competition Run 3 Lotholz, Melissa
Feb 21 04:40am Bobsleigh Women's 2-Man Competition Run 3 Rissling, Alysia
Feb 21 05:05pm Curling Men Team Tie-breaker for Semifinal CANADA POTENTIAL
Feb 21 05:05pm Curling Women Team Tie-breaker for Semifinal CANADA POTENTIAL
Feb 21 05:10am Ice Hockey Men Team Quarterfinal CANADA POTENTIAL
Feb 21 05:10am Ice Hockey Men Team Quarterfinal CANADA POTENTIAL
Feb 21 05:13am Speed Skating Men's Team Pursuit 8 Laps Finals Bloemen, Ted-Jan
Feb 21 05:50am Bobsleigh Women's 2-Man Competition Run 4 de Bruin, Christine
Feb 21 05:50am Bobsleigh Women's 2-Man Competition Run 4 Humphries, Kaillie
Feb 21 05:50am Bobsleigh Women's 2-Man Competition Run 4 Lotholz, Melissa
Feb 21 05:50am Bobsleigh Women's 2-Man Competition Run 4 Rissling, Alysia
Feb 21 06:15pm Alpine Skiing Men's Slalom Run 1 Philp, Trevor
Feb 21 06:15pm Alpine Skiing Men's Slalom Run 1 Read, Erik
Feb 21 07:30pm Freestyle Skiing Men's Halfpipe Final Bowman, Noah
Feb 21 07:30pm Freestyle Skiing Men's Halfpipe Final Riddle, Mike
Feb 21 09:10pm Ice Hockey Women Team Final 1-2 CANADA POTENTIAL
Feb 21 09:45pm Alpine Skiing Men's Slalom Run 2 Philp, Trevor
Feb 21 09:45pm Alpine Skiing Men's Slalom Run 2 Read, Erik
Feb 21 12:40am Ice Hockey Men Team Quarterfinal CANADA POTENTIAL
Feb 21 12:40am Ice Hockey Women Team Bronze medal match CANADA POTENTIAL
Feb 22 04:05am Curling Men Team Semifinal CANADA POTENTIAL
Feb 22 04:15am Biathlon Women's 4 x 6km Relay - Crawford, Rosanna
Feb 22 05:30pm Snowboard Women's Big Air Final Voigt, Brooke
Feb 22 06:00pm Figure Skating Women's Singles Free Program Osmond, Kaetlyn
Feb 22 11:35pm Curling Men Team Bronze medal match CANADA POTENTIAL
Feb 23 04:05am Curling Women Team Semifinal CANADA POTENTIAL
Feb 23 04:15am Biathlon Men's 4 x 7.5km Relay - Davies, Macx
Feb 23 04:15am Biathlon Men's 4 x 7.5km Relay - Gow, Christian
Feb 23 04:15am Biathlon Men's 4 x 7.5km Relay - Gow, Scott
Feb 23 04:15am Biathlon Men's 4 x 7.5km Relay - Smith, Nathan
Feb 23 05:10am Ice Hockey Men Team Semifinal CANADA POTENTIAL
Feb 23 05:30pm Bobsleigh Open 4-Man Competition Run 1 Barnett, Bryan
Feb 23 05:30pm Bobsleigh Open 4-Man Competition Run 1 Brown, Lascelles
Feb 23 05:30pm Bobsleigh Open 4-Man Competition Run 1 Spring, Christopher
Feb 23 05:30pm Bobsleigh Open 4-Man Competition Run 1 Wright, Neville
Feb 23 06:40pm Bobsleigh Open 4-Man Competition Run 2 Barnett, Bryan
Feb 23 06:40pm Bobsleigh Open 4-Man Competition Run 2 Brown, Lascelles
Feb 23 06:40pm Bobsleigh Open 4-Man Competition Run 2 Spring, Christopher
Feb 23 06:40pm Bobsleigh Open 4-Man Competition Run 2 Wright, Neville
Feb 23 07:00pm Alpine Skiing Mixed Team 1/8 Final Read, Erik
Feb 23 07:00pm Alpine Skiing Mixed Team 1/8 Final Philp, Trevor
Feb 23 07:45pm Alpine Skiing Mixed Team Quarterfinal Read, Erik
Feb 23 07:45pm Alpine Skiing Mixed Team Quarterfinal Philp, Trevor
Feb 23 08:10pm Alpine Skiing Mixed Team Semifinal Read, Erik
Feb 23 08:10pm Alpine Skiing Mixed Team Semifinal Philp, Trevor
Feb 23 08:28pm Alpine Skiing Mixed Team Finals Read, Erik
Feb 23 08:28pm Alpine Skiing Mixed Team Finals Philp, Trevor
Feb 23 10:00pm Cross Country Skiing Men's 50km Classic Style - Killick, Graeme
Feb 23 11:35pm Curling Men Team Final 1-2 CANADA POTENTIAL
Feb 23 12:40am Ice Hockey Men Team Semifinal CANADA POTENTIAL
Feb 24 04:05am Curling Women Team Bronze medal match CANADA POTENTIAL
Feb 24 05:05pm Curling Women Team Final 1-2 CANADA POTENTIAL
Feb 24 05:10am Ice Hockey Men Team Bronze medal match CANADA POTENTIAL
Feb 24 05:30pm Bobsleigh Open 4-Man Competition Run 3 Barnett, Bryan
Feb 24 05:30pm Bobsleigh Open 4-Man Competition Run 3 Brown, Lascelles
Feb 24 05:30pm Bobsleigh Open 4-Man Competition Run 3 Spring, Christopher
Feb 24 05:30pm Bobsleigh Open 4-Man Competition Run 3 Wright, Neville
Feb 24 06:40pm Bobsleigh Open 4-Man Competition Run 4 Barnett, Bryan
Feb 24 06:40pm Bobsleigh Open 4-Man Competition Run 4 Brown, Lascelles
Feb 24 06:40pm Bobsleigh Open 4-Man Competition Run 4 Spring, Christopher
Feb 24 06:40pm Bobsleigh Open 4-Man Competition Run 4 Wright, Neville
Feb 24 09:10pm Ice Hockey Men Team Final 1-2 CANADA POTENTIAL