Devin Heroux

Devin Heroux


CBC News/Olympics Reporter. Based in Toronto. Born in Saskatoon. Cross-platform ?curling correspondent. Email: Devin.Heroux@cbc.ca

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GRANITE 🥌 LAND And it feels so damn good. Welcome inside the 16 Mile Sports Complex in Oakville for the women’s quarterfinals at @grandslamcurl . I’ve missed this. #cbccurl 

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SATURDAY NIGHT SEMIFINALS Jones vs Kim Fleury vs Kovaleva Gushue vs Jacobs Bottcher vs Mouat Winners to the @grandslamcurl  finals tomorrow. #cbccurl 

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Kevin Martin: "I'm definitely a fan of the no tick shot" #cbccurl 

Bruce Mouat is scary good. I think @TeamMouat  has lost something like two or three games over the last four bonspiels on Canadian soil. Another win with a runback double just now. #cbccurl 

The Canadian wheelchair curling team dropped their opener at worlds to the USA 6-4. They play Switzerland and China tomorrow. 11-game round robin before playoffs. #cbccurl 

On the ice in the women’s quarters Homan vs Kovaleva Peterson vs Kim Jones vs Tirinzoni Fleury vs Einarson Great matchups across the pebbled ice. #cbccurl 

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DEKOTORA! Extravagantly decorated trucks in Japan. That’s what it is. And I’m here for all of it.

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7-ELEVEN ADVENTURE IN TOKYO @Craig_McMorris  and I went to the combini today and picked out some of our favourites. Olympic diet of champions. And then we ate it in front of the camera. Here’s how it looked and what I picked:

One of my favourite moments of the Olympics just now. A dad and his son standing on the corner near the pool waving at each bus as it passes by. That is magic. Pure magic. Outstanding. #Tokyo2020 

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7-ELEVEN PARTY If you need me I’ll be right here eating everything. The last supper, Tokyo 7-11 style.

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Iced coffee heaven at the 7-Eleven #Tokyo2020 

Where it all began. One last coffee. And a thank you to the staff who have become friends.

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