How this year's mixed doubles curling championships are an experiment in trial and error
The Canadian duo of Jocelyn Peterman and Brett Gallant are cruising along so far at the 2019 mixed doubles world curling championship. In fact, their first three games have resulted in somewhat laughable results, but that's what happens where there's a 48-team field with multiple first-timers.
Follow all the action from the 2019 world mixed doubles curling championship
Follow CBC Sports reporter Devin Heroux's live dispatches from Stavanger, Norway where he's watching every move by Canadians Jocelyn Peterman and Brett Gallant at the world mixed doubles championship.
For the love of curling (and each other): Peterman, Gallant eye gold at mixed doubles worlds
Two Canadian curlers combined their fierce competitive nature and love for the game with their love for each other, creating one of the most formidable mixed doubles teams in the world. And now Jocelyn Peterman and Brett Gallant begin their quest on Saturday to become the first Canadians to win the mixed doubles world title.
How a Canadian brought curling to Kosovo — and a spot at its 1st world championship
Canadian Peter Andersen wanted to bring curling to Kosovo when he moved to the small, tumultuous country in 2016. Three years later, he's representing Kosovo at the world mixed doubles curling championship and hoping his beloved sport keeps growing in the country.
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