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January 10, 2022 by Alex Harrison

Are you ready to play in the Briar?
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With 5 full days of curling, 2 games a day, is your body ready for this? I've put together a few stretches and links for some workout plans from some curling experts.

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How to be a Friars' Briar Winner

We sat down with the winners from the 2022 Friars' Briar to see what they did to prepare, what they learned and how they plan to return next year.

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FRIARS' BRIAR is back!

Have you been missing curling with your fellow clergy?! London Ontario in 2023 could be your year!

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Curling Links of Interest to Friars’ Briar Association Members

 (and Other Curlers coming to the FBA Website)

CdnCurling-AssocCanadian Curling Association

The primary area of administration and the most financially consuming of the CCA’s responsibilities are championships.  On an annual basis, the Canadian Curling Association sanctions and conducts 8 national curling championship events.  Approximately 15,000 competitive curlers from all provinces and territories enter play at the curling club level with the hopes of becoming one of the Canadian Champions crowned annually.



Canadian Championships

Current Season (Location and Dates) for the Brier, Scotties, Juniors, Roar of the Rings, etc)



 World Curling Federation

 The World Curling Federation is the world governing body of the Olympic Winter Sport of Curling and the Paralympic Winter Sport of Wheelchair Curling. Originally founded in 1966 as the International Curling Federation, the ICF changed its name to the World Curling Federation in 1991.



The History of Curling in Canada

Library and Archives Canada

 Bonspiel! explores the history and cultural impact of curling from the sport’s mysterious 16th-century origins to the present day. The story of curling in Canada is interpreted under chronological themes that relate the history of curling to the playing surface of the game itself. All of the images and documents digitized for this site are available in the Gallery pages.


Training Links:


CurlTechCurlTech (‘Novice to Skip’  Online Tutorials)

CurlTech is a non-profit corporation with the goal of increasing social and competitive curling proficiency. CurlTech operates only in the interests of the sport of curling. Our mission is to develop and document curling methods and procedures for use by new and existing curlers. By constantly researching and participating in all aspects of curling, CurlTech can offer the latest curling systems in an effort to further the sport.

Dear curling friends,
These pages are intended to describe the olympic wintersport curling.
In order to achieve this I show a lot of descriptions, graphics and animated examples.



Collegial Contacts: (Brought to our attention by our membership…)


CurlingHistoryBlogThe Curling History Blog has been set up by curling historian David B Smith and Bob Cowan, former Editor of the Scottish Curler magazine.

Both of us are passionately interested in the history of curling and we hope that the blog will bring together all who are interested in the history of this great sport. Comments and questions are welcome! Email the authors: