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Friday, November 30, 2012

Live Webcast Coverage of the Utica US OPEN - Starts Thursday!

The wheelchair curling blog 2 is please to annouce LIVE webcast coverage of next weekends Utica US Open taking place in New Hartford.
Coverage will begin starting Thrusday ad continue all weekend. Wc Blog 2 in sponorship by Sitrin www.sitrin.com) will select a game during round robi play for coverage and of course provide LIVE coverage of the semi and final games.

Thank you to sitrin and th USA Curling association  for taking the opportunity for this first coverage of an international event!

LIVE Coverage begins Thursday and can be found our our main page or by going to www.ustream.tv/channel/wcblog2
Come join us!


Details of the evnt are as folows:

7th Annual U.S. Open International Wheelchair Curling Bonspiel
December 7-9, 2012
Utica Curling Club
8300 Clark Mills Road
Whitesboro, New York 13492


Aileen Neilson
Gregor Ewan
Tom Killin
Jim Gault
Ian Donaldson
Coach: Tony Zummack
Chris Rees
Carl Bax
Alec Denys
Shauna Petrie
Coach: Paul Emmett
USA #1
Patrick McDonald
David Palmer
James Joseph
Penny Greely
Coach: Steve Brown
USA #2
Meghan Lino
Tim Kelly
JR Wynne
Jimmy Kenner
Coach: Steve Brown
Can/Am Mixed                                  

Collinda Joseph
Bob Prenoveau            
Jon Thurston
Steve Emt
Coach: Carl Rennick


HakSung Kim
SeoungWon Jung
ByeongIl Noh
MiSuk Kang
Minja Bang
Coach: WooTaek Kim

Nova Scotia                                       

Trendal Hubley-Bolivar
Devin Forbes
Keith Williams
Debbie Earle

 Ottawa #1

Jamie Eddy
Andre Beaudin
Sarah Shima
Jodi Hoar

Ottawa #2

Doug Morris
Katie Paialunga
Ross Nicholson
Christine Lavallee
Coach: Dave Lang

Ben Lessard
Carl Marquis
S├ębastien Boisvert
Johanne Daly
Coach: Germain Tremblay


All games are six ends
Each team is allowed one, sixty second timeout per game
Sheet numbers are in parentheses
Teams listed first in each draw will practice first and use dark (red) handles
            - Practice only occurs before first draw each morning

Coin flip will determine hammer for first draw
Teams listed second in all other draws have Hammer for first end


8:15-8:35 a.m.              Practice (one rock up and back per athlete)

8:45 a.m.                      Nova Scotia vs. Scotland (1)                Toronto vs. Can/Am (3)          
                                    Quebec vs. Ottawa #1 (2)                    Ottawa #2 vs. USA #1 (5)
                                    Korea vs. USA #2 (4)                         

11:30 a.m.                    Ottawa #1 vs. USA #2 (3)                   Korea vs. Scotland (5)
                                    USA #1 vs. Can/Am (1)                       Quebec vs. Toronto (4)                                                            Ottawa #2 vs. Nova Scotia (2)

1:45 p.m.                      Lunch

2:30 p.m.                      Can/Am vs. Quebec (5)                        Ottawa #2 vs. Ottawa #1 (4)
                                      USA #2 vs. Toronto (1)                       Nova Scotia vs. Korea (3)
                                      Scotland vs. USA #1 (2)



8:15-8:35 a.m.              Practice (one rock up and back per athlete)

8:45 a.m.                      Toronto vs. Scotland (3)                       USA #1 vs. Nova Scotia (1)
                                      Korea vs. Ottawa #2 (4)                      Ottawa #1 vs. Can/Am (5)
                                      Quebec vs. USA #2 (2)

11:30 a.m.                    Quebec vs. USA #1 (3)                        Ottawa #2 vs. Toronto (5)
                                      Nova Scotia vs. Ottawa #1 (2) Scotland vs. USA #2 (4)
                                      Can/Am vs. Korea (1)

1:45 p.m.                      Lunch

2:45 p.m.                      Ottawa #1 vs. Korea (1)                      USA #2 vs. Nova Scotia (5)
                                     Scotland vs. Quebec (4)                       Can/Am vs. Ottawa #2 (3)
                                     Toronto vs. USA #1 (2)

5:15 p.m.                      Dinner

6:30 p.m.                      Nova Scotia vs. Can/Am (4)                 Ottawa #1 vs. Scotland (5)      
                                      USA #1 vs. USA #2   (2)                     Korea vs. Toronto (3)
                                      Ottawa #2 vs. Quebec (1)


8:15-8:35 a.m.              Practice (one rock up and back per athlete)
8:45 a.m.                      USA #2 vs. Ottawa #2 (3)                   Quebec vs. Korea (5)
                                      Toronto vs. Nova Scotia (2)                 USA #1 vs. Ottawa #1 (4)
                                      Can/Am vs. Scotland (1)

11:30 a.m.                    Korea vs. USA #1 (3)                          USA #2 vs. Can/Am (2)
                                     Scotland vs. Ottawa #2 (5)                   Nova Scotia vs. Quebec (4)
                                    Toronto vs. Ottawa #1 (1)

1:45 p.m.                      Lunch

2:15 p.m.                      Awards


Win = 2 points

Tie = 1 point (no extra ends)

Loss = 0 points


Teams tied after the completion of the event will have their position in the standings decided as follows:

1st - by head to head game results.  If three teams are tied, and if one team

        defeated both of the other two, they would be first.

2nd - number of ends scored. A blank end counts as half an end for each team.

3rd - total points scored

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