May 24, 2015


Curling

Jacobs roars to 7-4 win over Morris, will play for Canada at Olympics

Third Ryan Fry of the Brad Jacobs rink throws a stone.
Skip John Morris (left) reacts to a shot as Tyler Griffith looks on.
Skip Brad Jacobs fist-pumps after scoring two in the first end during the men's final against John Morris at the 2013 Roar of the Rings Canadian Olympic Curling Trials Sunday.
Skip John Morris delivers a rock.
John Morris (left) looks up during the men's final against Brad Jacobs (right) at the 2013 Roar of the Rings Canadian Olympic curling trials in Winnipeg Sunday.
Skip John Morris takes a break between ends.
Skip Brad Jacobs (left) watches a shot during action against John Morris (centre).
Tyrel Griffith (left), Rick Sawatsky and John Morris (right) sweep one of John Cotter's stones to score two points in the fifth end.
Skip John Morris watches as an official measures stones in the fifth end.
Skip John Morris reacts to a shot.
Third Ryan Fry of Brad Jacobs' team watches his shot as the sweepers jump on the rock.
Skip Brad Jacobs celebrates after defeating John Morris' team.
Skip Brad Jacobs (left) and teammates celebrate after defeating the John Morris rink.
From left: Brad Jacobs, Ryan Harnden, E.J. Harnden and Ryan Fry celebrate their win.
Skip Brad Jacobs (left) and his team acknowledge the crowd as they make their way down the ice after winning the final.
Brad Jacobs (centre left) and Ryan Fry (right) are congratulated by women's winners Jennifer Jones (left) and Jill Officer.
Skip Jennifer Jones (centre) and Ryan Fry hug after the men's team was presented with their Team Canada jackets and Roar of the Rings medals.
Skip Brad Jacobs strikes a pose in his Team Canada apparel after defeating John Morris' team 7-4 in the men's final of Roar of the Rings Olympic Curling Trials at the MTS Centre on Sunday.
Winnipeg skips Jennifer Jones and Brad Jacobs show off their Team Canada jackets and medals.
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Updated on Sunday, December 8, 2013 at 5:34 PM CST: Tweaks copy.

5:48 PM: Updates photo.

7:05 PM: Adds video, slide show.

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