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KINGSTON, Ont. (02/03/2020) – Kevin Koe and his Canada team were not able to defend their title at the Tim Hortons Brier in Kingston. The team was eliminated on Saturday morning as they lost eight to three after eight ends to the Northern Ontario team led by Brad Jacobs.
KINGSTON, Ont. (08/02/2020) – Leah Dubeau, a fourth year kinesiology student at Queen’s University is representing her school at the historic hockey tournament on Feb 8 as part of Feb Fest in Kingston. Dubeau was one of the four girls on the Queen’s team facing the all boys teams of RMC and the RCHA in downtown Kingston.
KINGSTON, Ont. (08/03/2020) – Brad Gushue, one of the most decorated curler in Canada, took his Newfoundland and Labrador team to the final at the Tim Hortons Brier in Kingston on Sunday evening against team Alberta after winning the semifinal against team Saskatchewan on Sunday afternoon.
KINGSTON, Ont. (01/02/2020) – Kaetlyn Osmond, Canada’s most decorated female figure skater, performed at the Kingston Springer Market Square outdoor rink as part of the opening of Feb Fest in Kingston on Feb. 1. Osmond has a tattoo on her arm that says “Be yourself, Love yourself”. She certainly seemed to live by that motto on the ice in Kingston as she radiated the love of her sport. Photo by Daniel Geleyn
KINGSTON, Ont. (08/03/2020) – Brad Gushue and his Newfoundland and Labrador team are the Canadian Brier champions in three of the last four years after defeating team Alberta with a score of seven to three on Sunday evening at the Tim Hortons Brier in Kingston. Gushue and his team are off to Scotland to represent Canada at the world championship.

Sailing – 2019 Canadian Olympic Regatta Kingston (CORK)