Ontario Curlers Named to Team Canada.

2017 Canadian Wheelchair National Team, from left, Jim Armstrong, Ina Forrest, Marie Wright, Mark Ideson, Ellis Tull, coach Wayne Kiel. Photo from Curling Canada. Cambridge Ontario’s Jim Armstrong, skip of Team Canada’s 3 world titles and two Paralympic gold medals, will lead Team Canada at the 2018 World Wheelchair Curling Championship at skip and Mark Ideson […]

#BetweenTheSheets: With Catlin Schneider.

A multi-sport athlete, Hawaii living, the “Purrrr-fect” nickname and…banning the tick shot? By James Runge www.twine-time.blogspot.ca/2017/01/betweenthesheets-with-catlin-schneider.html The curling blood runs deep in the Schneider family.  From Jamie Schneider winning the Canadian Junior Curling Championship in 1983 to Kim Schneider winning the Scotties Tournament of Hearts (with Amber Holland) in 2011, the Schneider name is one of […]

The Ever Elusive, Mega Important, Yet Often Overlooked after Curling Cool- Down.

“Fitness advice for both the competitive & league curlers” brought to you by Stephanie Thompson & Empowered Performance Part 4 – The Ever Elusive, Mega Important, Yet Often Overlooked after Curling Cool-Down Most athletes understand and implement a warm up prior to their game or practice, but many forget that what you do after you […]

The Rings Runneth Red at the Canadian Open.

#BetweenTheSheets: Bracketology Comes To Curling! The Rings Runneth Red at the Canadian Open By James Runge at Twine-Time   Twine-Time.blogspot.ca Welcome 2017! I hope all of you curling fans were able to enjoy the holiday season and ring in the New Year…get it, “ring” in the new year?!? The curling house has rings…see what I […]