Posts Tagged ‘Curling

11
Dec
09

Cute Curler Cruelly Cut from Competition

Sad news for those of you who were planning on crashing the curling events at the Vancouver Olympics on the hunt for a hottie, Canada’s Jennifer Jones, one of the better looking curlers out there performed poorly and failed to qualify for the team. Despite having won the last 2 Canadian Championships, Jones’ team just couldn’t put it all together when it counted and so they’ll be watching the Olympics from home.

“We’re hugely disappointed,” Jones said. “We worked three years for this but we just came out and things just didn’t go our way.¬†Sometimes I think it’s just not meant to be. I mean, we didn’t play as well as we liked and I don’t know why. It was really just one bad end, a couple of bad shots every game and we just couldn’t recover.

“Only one team gets to win and unfortunately it’s not going to be us.”

Well, there’s always NEXT Olympics right! In the meantime we can admire Jennifer from a distance.

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25
Sep
08

The Curling Event of the Decade

At long last curling is back in the news. Enough with these boring baseball and football stories, now it’s time to get back into the thick of the most exciting game on ice. That’s because The Curling News is releasing their 2009 calendar featuring some of the finest ladies in the curling game these days.¬†Featured on the cover is Italy’s Sonia DiBona whose risque shot makes me want to throw her my Bona. Get it! HI-OOOOOOOOOOOO! Yes! The controversy sparking calendar, which took a year off last year includes nude or near-nude curlers posing with their sporting implements.

Intended as a fundraiser for the women involved and their training, as well as other curling related causes the calendar features Denmark’s Camilla Jensen, the Toth sisters, Claudia and Karina, of Austria, Giorgia Apollonio and Sonia Dibona of Itala, Germany’s Anna Hartelt and Daniella Jentsch, Fabienne Fuerbringer of Switzerland, Kasia Selwant of Poland, Kim Brewster of Scotland and former world junior champ Linn Githmark of Norway. Also Canadiens Christine Keshen, who won an Olympic bronze medal throwing lead rocks at the 2006 Winter Games in Turin and Chrissy Cadorin are featured in the calendar as well.

Unfortunately despite the provactive cover, there aren’t other released images available online, as yet, but when they are I will get them your way. Among the big reasons to buy the calendar is that it includes all the KEY CURLING DATES for 2009. YES! Now I’ll never miss an important event again! Make sure you go out and get yours today!




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