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GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT


USA Curling, in partnership with the World Curling Federation, held a Business of Curling Symposium at the new Black Swamp Curling Center, home of the Bowling Green Curling Club, in late July. Curlers from the Bowling Green, Cincinnati, Circle City, Columbus, Coyotes, CC of Houston, Detroit, Kansas City, Midland, Palmetto, Peachtree, St. Louis, and Waltham clubs were in attendance. T e program was led by Darrell Ell of the World Curling Federation and featured presentations by Kim Nawyn of USA Curling and Scott Helle of the Bowling Green Curling Club.


HPP Athlete profi le HPP Athlete profi le John Landsteiner


HPP Athlet hlete profi le le


Sarah Anderson The Basics:


Age: 22 Hometown: Broomall, Pa. Resides: Minneapolis, Minn. Education: University of Minnesota Occupation: Dick’s Sporting Goods as part of the Olympic Hopefuls Program Home club: Four Seasons CC


Teammates: Cory Christensen, Taylor Anderson, Jenna Haag Coach: Phill Drobnick


Position on team: Vice skip On the ice: t


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Two-time U.S. Junior National Champion 2016 World Junior Silver Medalist


2015 Mixed Doubles National Champion, 2017 Mixed Champion 2012 Youth Olympian


Twitter:@Sarahndippityy 16 usacurl.org )) 2014 Olympian


t Two-time U.S. Men’s National Champion t


2016 World Men’s Bronze Medalist t Two-time Continental Cup Champion


Twitter:@jlandsteiner To view full bios of Sarah & John, go to www.usacurl.org.


The Basics:


Age: 26 Resides: Duluth, Minn. Hometown:Mapleton, Minn. Occupation: Corrosion engineer Family: Married Home club: Duluth CC Teammates: John Shuster, Tyler George, Matt Hamilton, Joe Polo Position on team: Lead Coach: Phill Drobnick


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