Mike HarrisA relatively unknown skip when he stunned a star-studded field at the 1998 Canadian Olympic curling trials, Harris went on to capture a silver medal at the Nagano Games. Still a regular on the cash spiel circuit, Harris now makes his living as a golf pro in Ontario and moonlights as an analyst on CBC's broadcasts of the Grand Slam of Curling series.
Canada alternate Shannon Birchard was expecting to chat about the start of Saturday's opening game when she joined her teammates at ice level for the fifth-end break. Instead vice-skip Kaitlyn Lawes handed her a broom and asked if she wanted to make her world championship debut. more »
The Canadian Paralympic Committee's slogan coming into Pyeongchang was "Greatness is Rare" - but for 10 days in South Korea, Canada's 55 athletes, the largest winter delegation ever, proved greatness was abundant. more »