Women’s Curling

Holly Jamieson of Team Canada at the 2017 World Deaf Curling Championship 2017 in Sochi, Russia.

News and Press Releases

December 10th, 2018: A New National Deaf Curling Training Program with Access to World Class Training Facilities

March 2nd, 2018: Alberta and British Columbia will represent Canada at the 2019 Deaflympics

February 16th, 2018: Curling: A lot of Fun Ahead for Alberta’s Team Jamieson

February 12th, 2018: Women’s Curling: A First Deaf Sport Event for Logan

Events

 2018 Canada Deaf Games – Winnipeg, Manitoba

December 2019: Winter Deaflympics

Spring 2020: Canada Deaf Games – Edmonton, Alberta

March 18-28, 2021: World Deaf Curling Championship – Banff, Alberta

Contact

Team Manager: Lois McIntyre

Team Alberta (Jamieson) at the 2018 Canada Deaf Games. It will represent Canada at the 2019 Winter Deaflympics in Women’s Curling.

 

Curling-lang-en Results

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Athlete Games Sport Event Position
COMTE, Joseph M, 1965 DEAFLYMPICS 2015-lang-en Khanty-Mansiysk, RUSSIA Curling-lang-en - 2nd
COMTE, Marc M, 1963 DEAFLYMPICS 2015-lang-en Khanty-Mansiysk, RUSSIA Curling-lang-en - 2nd
CYR, Michel M, 1949 WORLD Curling 2013-lang-en Bern, SWITZERLAND Curling-lang-en - 1st
DAVIDSON, Brenda W, 1964 DEAFLYMPICS 2015-lang-en Khanty-Mansiysk, RUSSIA Curling-lang-en - 3rd
DEMIANYK, Shawn M, 1985 DEAFLYMPICS 2015-lang-en Khanty-Mansiysk, RUSSIA Curling-lang-en - 2nd
DEMIANYK, Shawn M, 1985 WORLD Curling 2017-lang-en Sochi, RUSSIA Curling-lang-en - 1st
DUNKLEY, Sherry Ann (*) W, 1981 DEAFLYMPICS 2007-lang-en Salt Lake City, USA Curling-lang-en - 1st
DUNKLEY, Sherry Ann (*) W, 1981 WORLD Curling 2009-lang-en Winnipeg, CANADA Curling-lang-en - 1st
FAROVITCH, Laurence Lenny M, 1946 DEAFLYMPICS 2007-lang-en Salt Lake City, USA Curling-lang-en - 2nd
GESSNER, John M, 1980 DEAFLYMPICS 2007-lang-en Salt Lake City, USA Curling-lang-en - 1st