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Definition of Bonspiel

Bonspiel
Bonspiel Bon"spiel, n. [Scot.; of uncertain origin.] A cur?ing match between clubs. [Scot.]

Meaning of Bonspiel from wikipedia

- A bonspiel is a curling tournament, consisting of several games, often held on a w****end. Until the 20th century most bonspiels were held outdoors, on...
- The Manitoba Curling ****ociation Bonspiel is the annual Manitoba Curling ****ociation bonspiel held at the end of every January in Winnipeg, Manitoba in...
- The Grand Match, also called The Bonspiel, is an outdoor curling tournament, or bonspiel, held most recently on the Lake of Menteith in Stirling, Scotland...
- The Good Times Bonspiel (previously known as Good Times Bonspiel) is an annual bonspiel, or curling tournament, held at the Calgary Curling Club in Calgary...
- The 2013 Good Times Bonspiel was held from September 6 to 8 at the Calgary Curling Club in Calgary, Alberta as part of the 2013–14 World Curling Tour....
- demands that curling rink he formerly coached be re-****embled, and enter a bonspiel to win the Golden Broom by placing a stone containing his ashes on the...
- The 2012 Original 16 WCT Bonspiel was held from November 9 to 11 at the Calgary Curling Club in Calgary, Alberta as part of the 2012–13 World Curling Tour...
- French football league competition National (curling), annual curling bonspiel SK Nationalkameratene, Norwegian sports club TIL National, Norwegian sports...
- Calgary CC The Original 16 WCT Bonspiel is an annual bonspiel, or curling tournament, that takes place at the Calgary Curling Club in Calgary, Alberta...
- Club – Wausau, Wisconsin – Home of the Tietge Bonspiel, the oldest and largest high school curling bonspiel in the U.S. In the 19th century several private...
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