Team Profile - Canada

Name Gender Birth Date
Male
10 Apr 1976
Female
25 May 1962
Male
20 Apr 1961
Female
09 May 1960
Male
16 Sep 1958
Team Officials
Function Name
Team Official
Kyle PAQUETTE
Coach
Team Leader
Wendy MORGAN

Events and Medals

Event Rank Medal
Mixed 3 Bronze


Canada - Schedule

Schedule
Start Time Event Status
Sat, 10 Mar 14:35
Mixed Round Robin Session 1
Switzerland
0
Canada
8
Finished
Sat, 10 Mar 19:35
Mixed Round Robin Session 2
Canada
10
Norway
1
Finished
Sun, 11 Mar 14:35
Mixed Round Robin Session 4
Canada
8
Sweden
4
Finished
Mon, 12 Mar 9:35
Mixed Round Robin Session 6
Republic of Korea
7
Canada
5
Finished
Mon, 12 Mar 19:35
Mixed Round Robin Session 8
Great Britain
8
Canada
1
Finished
Tue, 13 Mar 9:35
Mixed Round Robin Session 9
People's Republic of China
5
Canada
8
Finished
Tue, 13 Mar 19:35
Mixed Round Robin Session 11
Canada
6
United States of America
5
Finished
Wed, 14 Mar 14:35
Mixed Round Robin Session 13
Canada
5
Neutral Paralympic Athletes
4
Finished
Wed, 14 Mar 19:35
Mixed Round Robin Session 14
Slovakia
5
Canada
9
Finished
Thu, 15 Mar 9:35
Mixed Round Robin Session 15
Canada
6
Germany
2
Finished
Thu, 15 Mar 14:35
Mixed Round Robin Session 16
Canada
8
Finland
4
Finished
Fri, 16 Mar 15:35
Mixed Semi-final
People's Republic of China
4
Canada
3
Finished
Sat, 17 Mar 9:35
Mixed Bronze Medal Game
Republic of Korea
3
Canada
5
Finished

Biographical Information

Languages Spoken ENG
Highlights
RankYearLocation
Paralympic Games           
1 2014 Sochi, RUS
1 2010 Vancouver, BC, CAN
1 2006 Turin, ITA
World Championship
1 2013 Sochi, RUS
1 2011 Prague, CZE
1 2009 Vancouver, BC, CAN
2 2002 Sursee, SUI
3 2004 Sursee, SUI
4 2008 Sursee, SUI
4 2007 Solleftea, SWE
5 2017 Gangneung, KOR
6 2015 Lohja, FIN
6 2005 Glasgow, GBR
7 2016 Lucerne, SUI
7 2012 Chuncheon, KOR
Additional information

General      
Canada won the first three Paralympic wheelchair Curling titles on offer, and will be looking to make it four from four in Pyeongchang.

On the sport's debut in 2006 in Turin, Canada finished top of the round robin stage and narrowly beat Norway 5-4 in the semifinal. That set up a final against a Great Britain team whose line-up had won the previous world championships while representing Scotland. Canada prevailed over the British team 7-4 to become the first Paralympic curling champions.

Heading into the 2010 Games, Canada were reigning world champions having beaten Sweden 9-2 in the 2009 world championship final. They would again defeat Sweden, this time in the semifinal stage in Vancouver, on the way to successfully defending their Paralympic title with an 8-7 gold medal match win over Republic of Korea.

In Sochi in 2014 Canada were once again world champions coming into the tournament, and their form continued throughout the Games, culminating in a comprehensive 8-3 victory over the host nation in the final.

Since 2013, however, Canada have not won a medal of any colour at the world championships. They finished sixth in 2015, seventh in 2016, and fifth at the most recent edition in 2017 after losing to Norway in a tiebreaker that saw them miss out on a place in the medal round.                                                               
     


Legend

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