2018–19 curling season

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The 2018–19 curling season began in August 2018 and will end in May 2019.

Note: In events with two genders, the men's tournament winners will be listed before the women's tournament winners.

World Curling Federation events[edit]

Championships[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
World Mixed Curling Championship
Kelowna, Canada, Oct. 13–20
 Canada (Anderson)  Spain (Vez)  Russia (Eremin)
Pacific-Asia Curling Championships
Gangneung, South Korea, Nov. 3–10
 Japan (Matsumura)  China (Zou)  South Korea (Kim)
 South Korea (Kim)  Japan (Fujisawa)  China (Jiang)
World Wheelchair-B Curling Championship
Lohja, Finland, Nov. 9–15
 Estonia (Villiste)  Slovakia (Ďuriš)  Latvia (Rozkova)
European Curling Championships
Tallinn, Estonia, Nov. 16–24
A  Scotland (Mouat)  Sweden (Edin)  Italy (Retornaz)
 Sweden (Hasselborg)   Switzerland (Tirinzoni)  Germany (Jentsch)
B  Denmark (Poulsen)  England (Reed)  Czech Republic (Šik)
 Norway (Skaslien)  Estonia (Turmann)  Turkey (Yıldız)
World Junior-B Curling Championships
Lohja, Finland, Jan. 2–10
 New Zealand (Neilson)  Italy (Rizzoli)  China (Wang)
 Scotland (Farmer)  Russia (Rumiantseva)  Japan (Enami)
World Junior Curling Championships
Liverpool, Canada, Feb. 16–23
 Canada (Tardi)   Switzerland (Hösli)  Scotland (Whyte)
 Russia (Rumiantseva)  Canada (Sturmay)   Switzerland (Keiser)
Winter Universiade
Krasnoyarsk, Russia, Mar. 3–10
 Norway (Ramsfjell)  Canada (Sturmay)  United Kingdom (Whyte)
 Sweden (Wranå)  South Korea (Kim)  Russia (Komarova)
World Wheelchair Curling Championship
Stirling, Scotland, Mar. 3–10
 China (Wang)  Scotland (Neilson)  South Korea (Cha)
World Women's Curling Championship
Silkeborg, Denmark, Mar. 16–24
  Switzerland (Tirinzoni)  Sweden (Hasselborg)  South Korea (Kim)
World Men's Curling Championship
Lethbridge, Canada, Mar. 30 – Apr. 7
 Sweden (Edin)  Canada (Koe)   Switzerland (de Cruz)
European Curling Championships
Brașov, Romania, Apr. 12–17
C  France (Mercier)  Bulgaria (Steiler)  Slovenia (Čulić)
 Belarus (Pavlyuchik)  Slovakia (Kajanova)  Austria (Ocker)
World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship
Stavanger, Norway, Apr. 20–27
World Senior Curling Championships
Stavanger, Norway, Apr. 20–27

Qualification events[edit]

Event Qualifiers
Americas Challenge[1]
Chaska, United States, Nov. 16–18
 United States (Ruohonen)
World Qualification Event
Naseby, New Zealand, Jan. 18–23
 South Korea (Kim)
 Netherlands (van Dorp)
 China (Mei)
 Finland (Kauste)

Curling World Cup[edit]

Event Champion Finalist
First Leg
Suzhou, China, Sep. 12–16
W  Canada (Homan)  Sweden (Hasselborg)
M  Canada (Koe)  Norway (Walstad)
MD  Canada (Walker/Muyres)  United States (Anderson/Dropkin)
Second Leg
Omaha, United States, Dec. 5–9
W  Japan (Fujisawa)  South Korea (Kim)
M  United States (Shuster)  Sweden (Edin)
MD  Norway (Skaslien/Nedregotten)  United States (Perret/Rios)
Third Leg
Jönköping, Sweden, Jan. 30 – Feb. 3
W  South Korea (Kim)  Sweden (Hasselborg)
M  Canada (Dunstone)  Sweden (Edin)
MD  Canada (Sahaidak/Lott)  Norway (Skaslien/Ulsrud)
Grand Final
Beijing, China, May 8–12
W
M
MD

Curling Canada events[edit]

Championships[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Canadian Mixed Curling Championship
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Nov. 5–10
 Manitoba (Kurz)  Nova Scotia (Thompson)  Quebec (Asselin)
Curling Club Championship
Miramichi, New Brunswick, Nov. 19–24
 British Columbia (Shimizu)  Nova Scotia (Roach)  Ontario (Dupuis)
 Alberta (Muise)  Nova Scotia (Williams)  Ontario (Hogan)
Canadian Junior Curling Championships
Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Jan. 19–27
 British Columbia (Tardi)  Manitoba (Ryan)  Saskatchewan (Kleiter)
 Alberta (Sturmay)  British Columbia (Daniels)  Nova Scotia (Jones)
Scotties Tournament of Hearts
Sydney, Nova Scotia, Feb. 16–24
 Alberta (Carey)  Ontario (Homan)  Saskatchewan (Silvernagle)
Canada Winter Games
Red Deer, Alberta, Feb. 24–Mar. 2
 British Columbia (Sato)  Ontario (Del Conte)  Manitoba (Loewen)
 Ontario (Croisier)  Manitoba (Bergman)  Nova Scotia (Moore)
Tim Hortons Brier
Brandon, Manitoba, Mar. 2–10
 Alberta (Koe) Alberta Wildcard (Bottcher)  Northern Ontario (Jacobs)
CCAA/Curling Canada Championships
Fredericton, New Brunswick, Mar. 15–19
Concordia Thunder Humber Hawks NAIT Ooks
Douglas Royals MacEwan Griffins Augustana Vikings
U Sports/Curling Canada University Curling Championships
Fredericton, New Brunswick, Mar. 15–19
Carleton Ravens Memorial University Alberta Golden Bears
Laurentian Voyageurs Brock Badgers Dalhousie Tigers
Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Championship
Fredericton, New Brunswick, Mar. 19–24
Manitoba Peterman / Newfoundland and Labrador Gallant Saskatchewan Martin / British Columbia Griffith Alberta Walker / Saskatchewan Muyres
Manitoba Sahaidak / Lott
Canadian Senior Curling Championships
Chilliwack, British Columbia, Mar. 22–28
 Saskatchewan (Korte)  Ontario (Cochrane)  Alberta (White)
 Saskatchewan (Anderson)  Ontario (Middaugh)  Alberta (Bakker)
Canadian Under-18 Boys and Girls Curling Championships
Sherwood Park, Alberta, Apr. 2–7
 Ontario (Niepage)  British Columbia (Colwell)  Manitoba (McDonald)
 Northern Ontario (Croisier)  Ontario (Deschenes)  British Columbia (Buchy)
Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship
Boucherville, Quebec, Apr. 26 – May 1

Other events[edit]

Event Winner Runner-up
Canada Cup
Estevan, Saskatchewan, Dec. 5–9
Ontario Brad Jacobs Alberta Kevin Koe
Manitoba Jennifer Jones Manitoba Kerri Einarson
Continental Cup
Las Vegas, Nevada, Jan. 17–20
ScotlandSwedenSwitzerland Team World CanadaUnited States Team North America
All-Star Curling Skins Game*
Banff, Alberta, Feb. 1–3
Team Bottcher Team Koe
Team Jones Team Fleury
  • The All-Star Curling Skins Game is run by TSN and is not sanctioned by Curling Canada.

World Curling Tour[edit]

Teams[edit]

See: List of teams on the 2018–19 World Curling Tour

Grand Slam events in bold.[2][3]

Note: More events may be posted as time progresses.

Men's events[edit]

Week Event Winning skip Runner-up skip Purse (CAD*) Winner's share (CAD*) SFM
1 Hokkaido Bank Curling Classic[4]
Hokkaido, Japan, Aug. 2–5
Japan Masaki Iwai Japan Shingo Usui $19,822 $11,660 2.6719
2 Baden Masters[5]
Baden, Switzerland, Aug. 24–26
Norway Thomas Ulsrud Sweden Niklas Edin $41,051 $14,567 6.9188
GOLDLINE Icebreaker at The Granite[6]
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Aug. 24–26
Manitoba Braden Calvert United States John Shuster $7,680 $2,200 4.5841
3 Oakville Fall Classic
Oakville, Ontario, Aug. 30 – Sep. 2
Japan Yuta Matsumura Saskatchewan Matt Dunstone $12,000 $3,000 5.6040
4 Stu Sells Oakville Tankard
Oakville, Ontario, Sep. 6–9
Switzerland Yannick Schwaller Ontario Wayne Tuck Jr. $26,000 $7,500 6.9144
5 Curling World Cup Suzhou
Suzhou, China, Sep. 10–16
Alberta Kevin Koe Norway Steffen Walstad 8.4094
AMJ Campbell Shorty Jenkins Classic[7]
Cornwall, Ontario, Sep. 13–16
Ontario John Epping Ontario Brad Jacobs $59,000 $15,000 8.6875
King Cash Spiel[8]
Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Sep. 14–16
British Columbia Tyler Tardi British Columbia Josh Barry $9,600 $4,500 2.0232
6 Mother Club Fall Curling Classic[9]
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Sep. 20–23
Manitoba Tanner Lott United States Mark Fenner $8,000 $1,800 4.0800
KW Fall Classic[10]
Waterloo, Ontario, Sep. 20–23
Russia Alexey Timofeev Ontario Rob Ainsley $8,400 $2,000 3.0128
7 Princess Auto Elite 10
Chatham, Ontario, Sep. 26–30
Newfoundland and Labrador Brad Gushue Manitoba Reid Carruthers $100,000 $26,000 9.6281
Avonair Cash Spiel[11]
Edmonton, Alberta, Sep. 27–30
Alberta Karsten Sturmay Alberta Thomas Usselman $12,000 $3,400 3.1871
Prestige Hotels & Resorts Curling Classic[12]
Vernon, British Columbia, Sep. 28–30
Saskatchewan Matt Dunstone British Columbia Jim Cotter $12,000 $5,000 3.1327
Tallinn Mens International Challenger[13]
Tallinn, Estonia, Sep. 28–30
Belarus Ilya Shalamitski Finland Tomi Rantamaki $3,752 $1,801 1.5722
KKP Classic [14]
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Sep. 28–30
Manitoba Tanner Lott Manitoba Dennis Bohn $5,000 $1,500 3.6465
The Curling Store Cashspiel
Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia, Sep. 28–30
Nova Scotia Stuart Thompson Nova Scotia Ian Fitzner-Leblanc $5,250 $2,100 1.9633
8 Stu Sells Toronto Tankard [15]
Toronto, Ontario, Oct. 5–8
Manitoba Reid Carruthers Nova Scotia Stuart Thompson $42,000 $12,000 7.3072
Swiss Cup Basel [16]
Basel, Switzerland, Oct. 4–7
Sweden Niklas Edin Norway Steffen Walstad $52,246 $18,287 7.1778
St. Paul Let's Cure Lupus Cash Spiel [17]
St. Paul, Minnesota, Oct. 5–7
United States Andrew Stopera United States Mark Fenner $17,756 $5,184 2.9829
Manitoba Curling Tour Classic [18]
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Oct. 5–8
Manitoba Riley Smith Manitoba Dennis Bohn $9,600 $1,800 3.5644
Bud Light Men's Cash Spiel [19]
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Oct. 5–8
Nova Scotia Kendal Thompson Nova Scotia Chad Stevens $6,400 $1,750 1.8479
Minebea Mitsumi Cup
Miyota, Japan, Oct. 6–8
Japan Junpei Kanda Japan Yoshihiro Sakaguchi
9 Canad Inns Men's Classic [20]
Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Oct. 12–15
Alberta Brendan Bottcher Alberta Kevin Koe $56,000 $18,000 9.3438
Driving Force Abbotsford Cashpiel [21]
Abbotsford, British Columbia, Oct. 12–14
Japan Yuta Matsumura British Columbia Sean Geall $22,800 $8,000 2.6944
Atkins Curling Supplies Classic [22]
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Oct. 12–15
Manitoba Corey Chambers Manitoba Ty Dilello $10,000 $2,500 3.2169
Stroud Sleeman Cash Spiel [23]
Stroud, Ontario, Oct. 11–14
Ontario John Willsey Ontario Cory Heggestad $9,800 $2,800 2.8281
McKee Homes Fall Curling Classic [24]
Airdrie, Alberta, Oct. 12–14
Alberta Jeremy Harty Alberta Terry Meek $12,800 $3,400 2.4214
Kalamazoo Men's Classic
Kalamazoo, Michigan, Oct. 12–14
Ontario Rick Law United States Stephen Imes $2,997 $1,172 0.8808
10 Curling Masters Champery [25]
Champery, Switzerland, Oct. 18–21
Switzerland Peter De Cruz Scotland Glen Muirhead $59,248 $18,433 5.9400
Challenge de Curling de Gatineau (Arena)[26]
Masson, Quebec,[27] Oct. 18–21
Ontario Scott McDonald Ontario Charley Thomas $37,000 $11,000 5.7530
Medicine Hat Charity Classic [28]
Medicine Hat, Alberta, Oct. 19–22
Alberta Ted Appelman Saskatchewan Kirk Muyres $28,000 $9,000 4.6541
China Open [29]
Chongqing,[30] China, Oct. 16–22
Russia Dmitry Mironov Newfoundland and Labrador Brad Gushue $124,549 $65,552 4.3875
11 Masters of Curling
Truro, Nova Scotia, Oct. 23–28
Ontario John Epping Alberta Kevin Koe $125,000 $30,000 11.4448[31]
Huron ReproGraphics Oil Heritage Classic[32]

Sarnia, Ontario, Oct. 25–28

Ontario John Willsey United States Mark Fenner $19,000 $5,200 4.6218
Kamloops Crown of Curling [33]
Kamloops, British Columbia, Oct. 26–28
British Columbia Sean Geall British Columbia Josh Barry $16,000 $5,000 3.0109
Latvia International Challenger [34]
Tukums, Latvia, Oct. 25–28
Finland Willie Makela Estonia Harri Lill $4,478 $2,090 1.3845
12 DeKalb Superspiel
Morris, Manitoba, Nov. 2–5
Saskatchewan Matt Dunstone Saskatchewan Kirk Muyres $45,000 $11,000 6.9850
Dave Jones Alexander Keiths Mayflower Cash Spiel
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Nov. 1–4
Nova Scotia Jamie Murphy Ontario Scott McDonald $20,000 $4,000 3.5178
Raymond James Kelowna Double Cash
Kelowna, British Columbia, Nov. 2–4
British Columbia Jim Cotter British Columbia Tyler Tardi $18,000 $4,000 2.7641
Prague Classic
Prague, Czech Republic, Nov. 1–4
Scotland Cameron Bryce Poland Borys Jasiecki $23,141 $7,465 2.1011
Grand Prix Bern Inter Curling Challenge
Bern, Switzerland, Nov. 2–4
Italy Amos Mosaner Scotland Robin Brydone $22,576 $6,544 3.1131
13 GSOC Tour Challenge Tier 1
Thunder Bay, Ontario, Nov. 6–11
Ontario Brad Jacobs Alberta Brendan Bottcher $100,000 $20,000 10.5400
GSOC Tour Challenge Tier 2
Thunder Bay, Ontario, Nov. 6–11
Saskatchewan Kirk Muyres Ontario Scott McDonald $50,000 $10,000 6.2581
Original 16 WCT Bonspiel
Calgary, Alberta, Nov. 9–11
Alberta Ted Appelman Alberta James Pahl $25,000 $6,200 3.2080
14 Red Deer Curling Classic
Red Deer, Alberta, Nov. 16–19
Saskatchewan Kody Hartung Alberta Brendan Bottcher $35,000 $10,000 5.4350
Stu Sells 1824 Halifax Classic
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Nov. 15–18
Ontario Scott Howard Newfoundland and Labrador Brad Gushue $25,000 $8,000 4.6753
King Spud Classic Berth Spiel
Carberry, Manitoba, Nov. 16–18
Manitoba Corey Chambers Manitoba Graham Freeman $6,500 $2,000 2.1149
Fort Wayne Mad Anthony CashSpiel
Fort Wayne, Indiana, Nov. 16–18
United States David Falco United States Scott Dunnam $3,192 $1,197 1.0570
15 Ashley Home Store Curling Classic
Penticton, British Columbia, Nov. 23–26
Scotland Glen Muirhead Scotland Ross Paterson $66,000 $18,000 8.1406
Challenge Casino de Charlevoix
Clermont, Quebec, Nov. 22–25
Quebec Jean-Sébastien Roy Quebec Michael Fournier $27,000 $8,000 3.8951
The Sunova Spiel at East St. Paul
East St. Paul, Manitoba, Nov. 23–26
Manitoba Braden Calvert Manitoba David Bohn $10,500 $2,900 3.8804
Black Diamond / High River Cash
Black Diamond & High River, Alberta, Nov. 23–25
Alberta Thomas Usselman Alberta Desmond Young $7,100 $2,000 1.5107
16 Curl Mesabi Classic
Eveleth, United States, Nov. 30 – Dec. 2
United States Rich Ruohonen United States Mark Fenner $24,149 $6,634 3.5691
Nissan Curling Classic
Paris, Ontario, Nov. 30 – Dec. 2
Ontario Glenn Howard Ontario Tanner Horgan $16,000 $5,000 4.0619
Thistle Integrity Stakes
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Dec. 1–3
Manitoba Braden Calvert Manitoba Colton Lott $4,800 $1,300 2.9282
17 Home Hardware Canada Cup of Curling
Estevan, Saskatchewan, Dec. 5–9
Ontario Brad Jacobs Alberta Kevin Koe $70,000 $24,000 11.5606
Curling World Cup Omaha
Omaha, United States, Dec. 5–9
United States John Shuster Sweden Niklas Edin 7.8595
WFG Jim Sullivan Curling Classic
Saint John, New Brunswick, Dec. 7–9
Nova Scotia Kendal Thompson Nova Scotia Jamie Murphy $15,300 $5,000 3.0019
Farmers Edge SCT
Wadena, Saskatchewan, Dec. 7–9
Saskatchewan Kody Hartung China Tian Jiafeng $11,500 $4,500 1.7114
MCT Championships
Morris, Manitoba,[35] Dec. 7–9
Manitoba Riley Smith Manitoba Ty Dilello $4,400 $1,600 3.2812
18 Boost National
Conception Bay South, Newfoundland and Labrador, Dec. 11–16
Scotland Ross Paterson Scotland Bruce Mouat $125,000 $30,000 11.5514
Dakota Challenger Spiel
Lakeville, Minnesota, Dec. 14–16
United States Dominik Märki United States Jed Brundidge $1,844 $818
Dumfries Challenger Series
Dumfries, Scotland, Dec. 14–16
Netherlands Jaap van Dorp Switzerland Lucien Lottenbach $16,923 $6,770 2.3798
19 Karuizawa International
Karuizawa, Japan, Dec. 20–23
Manitoba Reid Carruthers Japan Yuta Matsumura $48,907 $15,894 3.4875
Qinghai Curling Elite
Xining, China, Dec. 14–19
Saskatchewan Matt Dunstone Czech Republic Lukas Klima $40,156 $20,078 3.7240
20 ASHAM U.S. Open of Curling
Blaine, United States, Dec. 28–31
South Korea Kim Soo-hyuk Ontario Mike McCarville $21,229 $5,971 2.5334
21 Mercure Perth Masters
Perth, Scotland, Jan. 3–6
Scotland Bruce Mouat Scotland Glen Muirhead $30,989 $12,260 5.4279
22 Meridian Canadian Open
North Battleford, Saskatchewan, Jan. 8–13
Alberta Brendan Bottcher Ontario John Epping $100,000 $30,000 11.6325
WCT Kurosawa Cup
Miyota, Japan, Jan. 12–14
Japan Tsuyoshi Yamaguchi Japan Marina Oiwa (♀) $6,070 $2,428 1.1464
24 Ed Werenich Golden Wrench Classic
Tempe, Arizona, Jan. 24–27
Manitoba Reid Carruthers Saskatchewan Kirk Muyres $18,700 $8,541 4.2633
25 Curling World Cup Jönköping
Jönköping, Sweden, Jan. 30 – Feb. 3
Saskatchewan Matt Dunstone Sweden Niklas Edin 7.2773
Red Square Classic
Moscow, Russia, Jan. 30–Feb. 3
Russia Sergei Glukhov Russia Alexey Timofeev
35 Players' Championship
Toronto, Ontario, Apr. 9–14
Alberta Brendan Bottcher Alberta Kevin Koe $100,000
37 Humpty's Champions Cup
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Apr. 23–28
$150,000
39 Curling World Cup Grand Final
Beijing, China, May 8–12
41 WCT Arctic Cup
Dudinka, Russia, May 22–27

Women's events[edit]

Week Event Winning skip Runner-up skip Purse (CAD*) Winner's share (CAD*) SFM
1 Hokkaido Bank Curling Classic[36]
Hokkaido, Japan, Aug. 2–5
South Korea Kim Min-ji Japan Chiaki Matsumura $19,822 $11,660 3.5156
2 Icebreaker at The Granite[37]
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Aug. 24–26
Manitoba Darcy Robertson Russia Anna Sidorova $6,020 $2,100 4.8113
3 Oakville Fall Classic
Oakville, Ontario, Aug. 30 – Sep. 2
Japan Sayaka Yoshimura Ontario Erica Hopson $7,200 $2,000 4.1290
4 HDF Insurance Shoot-Out
Edmonton, Alberta, Sep. 6–9
Alberta Casey Scheidegger Russia Alina Kovaleva $23,000 $8,000 5.3393
Stu Sells Oakville Tankard
Oakville, Ontario, Sep. 6–9
Manitoba Kerri Einarson Switzerland Silvana Tirinzoni $26,000 $7,500 7.2036
5 Curling World Cup Suzhou
Suzhou, China, Sep. 10–16
Ontario Rachel Homan Sweden Anna Hasselborg 8.1183
AMJ Campbell Shorty Jenkins Classic
Cornwall, Ontario, Sep. 13–16
Sweden Isabella Wranå Ontario Hollie Duncan $34,500 $10,400 7.1896
Colonial Square Ladies Classic[38]
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Sep. 14–17
Manitoba Darcy Robertson Japan Sayaka Yoshimura $27,000 $7,500 5.7350
King Cash Spiel[39]
Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Sep. 14–16
British Columbia Corryn Brown British Columbia Diane Gushulak $8,000 $4,000 2.6643
Morris SunSpiel[40]
Morris, Manitoba, Sep. 14–16
Manitoba Kerri Einarson Manitoba Kristy Watling $4,800 $1,800 3.1094
6 Mother Club Fall Curling Classic[41]
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Sep. 20–23
Manitoba Kerri Einarson Manitoba Allison Flaxey $9,000 $2,000 4.1508
KW Fall Classic[42]
Waterloo, Ontario, Sep. 20–23
Ontario Krista McCarville Ontario Jestyn Murphy $8,400 $3,000 4.5765
7 Princess Auto Elite 10
Chatham, Ontario, Sep. 26–30
Sweden Anna Hasselborg Switzerland Silvana Tirinzoni $100,000 $24,000[43] 10.4301[44]
Prestige Hotels & Resorts Curling Classic
Vernon, British Columbia, Sep. 28–30
Russia Alina Kovaleva Alberta Kelsey Rocque $41,000 $8,800 5.6194
Avonair Cash Spiel[45]
Edmonton, Alberta, Sep. 27–30
Alberta Nicky Kaufman Alberta Tiffany Steuber $9,000 $2,500 2.7287
The Curling Store Cashspiel
Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia, Sep. 28–30
Nova Scotia Tanya Hilliard Nova Scotia Colleen Jones $5,350 $2,100 2.5460
Tallinn Ladies International Challenger[46]
Tallinn, Estonia, Sep. 28–30
Switzerland Ursi Hegner Estonia Maile Mölder $3,752 $1,801 2.4706
Manitoba Curling Tour Classic
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Sep. 28–30
Manitoba Jennifer Clark-Rouire Manitoba Deb McCreanor $4,800 $1,800 2.1738[47]
8 Stockholm Ladies Curling Cup[48]
Stockholm, Sweden, Oct. 5–7
Sweden Anna Hasselborg Russia Anna Sidorova $47,218 $15,835 7.1213
Curlers Corner Autumn Gold Curling Classic [49]
Calgary, Alberta, Oct. 5–8
Manitoba Kerri Einarson Manitoba Jennifer Jones $50,000 $13,500 9.9615
Stu Sells Toronto Tankard [50]
Toronto, Ontario, Oct. 5–8
Ontario Kira Brunton Ontario Cathy Auld $20,000 $5,000 5.1413
New Scotland Clothing Ladies Cashspiel [51]
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Oct. 5–8
Nova Scotia Mary-Anne Arsenault Nova Scotia Mary Myketyn-Driscoll $6,400 $1,750 2.5350
St. Paul Let's Cure Lupus Cash Spiel [52]
St. Paul, Minnesota, Oct. 5–7
United States Annmarie Dubberstein United States Allison Pottinger $5,651 $2,074 1.8378
9 Womens Masters Basel [53]
Basel, Switzerland, Oct. 12–14
Switzerland Elena Stern Switzerland Binia Feltscher $39,462 $13,154 5.5781
Driving Force Abbotsford Cashpiel [54]
Abbotsford, British Columbia, Oct. 12–14
British Columbia Sarah Wark British Columbia Corryn Brown $15,800 $5,000 3.6467
Atkins Curling Supplies Classic [55]
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Oct. 12–15
Manitoba Barb Spencer[56] Manitoba Kristy Watling $9,400 $2,200 3.1668
Stroud Sleeman Cash Spiel [57]
Stroud, Ontario, Oct. 11–14
Ontario Jaimee Gardner Ontario Kirsten Marshall $6,800 $2,000 2.4413
10 Canad Inns Women's Classic [58]
Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Oct. 18–21
Alberta Chelsea Carey Manitoba Kerri Einarson $60,000 $15,000 10.1877
Paf Masters [59]
Åland, Finland, Oct. 18–21
Sweden Isabella Wranå Japan Sayaka Yoshimura $27,041 $12,769 3.2663
Medicine Hat Charity Classic [60]
Medicine Hat, Alberta, Oct. 19–22
Saskatchewan Kourtney Fesser Alberta Jodi Marthaller $10,100 $3,200 3.2846
China Open [61]
Chongqing,[62] China, Oct. 16–22
Russia Alina Kovaleva Switzerland Ursi Hegner $131,104 $65,552 4.6125
11 Masters of Curling
Truro, Nova Scotia, Oct. 23–28
Sweden Anna Hasselborg Ontario Rachel Homan $125,000 $30,000 11.8071[63]
Kamloops Crown of Curling [64]
Kamloops, British Columbia, Oct. 26–28
British Columbia Sarah Wark British Columbia Kim Slattery $9,950 $4,200 2.8540
Gord Carroll Curling Classic [65]
Whitby, Ontario, Oct. 26–28
Ontario Chelsea Brandwood South Korea Un-Chi Gim $15,100 $4,500 4.4509
Latvia International Challenger [66]
Tukums, Latvia, Oct. 25–28
Scotland Maggie Wilson Finland Oona Kauste $4,478 $2,090 1.8732
12 DeKalb Superspiel
Morris, Manitoba, Nov. 2–5
Manitoba Allison Flaxey Manitoba Jennifer Clark-Rouire $45,000 $8,000 5.3191
Royal LePage Women's Fall Classic
Kemptville, Ontario, Nov. 1–4
Northwest Territories Kerry Galusha Nova Scotia Mary-Anne Arsenault $21,000 $6,000 4.3553
Dave Jones Stanhope Simpson Insurance Mayflower Cashspiel
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Nov. 1–4
Nova Scotia Jill Brothers Prince Edward Island Veronica Smith $7,500 $3,000 2.5411
Sunset Ranch Kelowna Double Cash
Kelowna, British Columbia, Nov. 2–4
British Columbia Corryn Brown British Columbia Kim Slattery $9,000 $3,400 2.6033
13 GSOC Tour Challenge Tier 1
Thunder Bay, Ontario, Nov. 6–11
Ontario Rachel Homan Manitoba Tracy Fleury $100,000 $20,000 10.2688
GSOC Tour Challenge Tier 2
Thunder Bay, Ontario, Nov. 6–11
Switzerland Elena Stern Japan Sayaka Yoshimura $50,000 $10,000 5.9675
Crestwood Ladies Fall Classic
Edmonton, Alberta, Nov. 8–11
Saskatchewan Kourtney Fesser Alberta Krysta Hilker $7,000 $2,000 2.5260
International ZO Women's Tournament
Wetzikon, Switzerland, Nov. 9–11
Czech Republic Anna Kubešková Russia Alina Kovaleva $18,403 $7,887 3.6398
14 Red Deer Curling Classic
Red Deer, Alberta, Nov. 16–19
Saskatchewan Robyn Silvernagle China Mei Jie $35,000 $10,000 6.1525
15 Boundary Ford Curling Classic
Lloydminster, Saskatchewan, Nov. 23–26
Saskatchewan Sherry Anderson China Liu Sijia $23,200 $6,500 4.6817
The Sunova Spiel at East St. Paul
East St. Paul, Manitoba, Nov. 23–26
Manitoba Joelle Brown Manitoba Abby Ackland $10,500 $2,900 3.5570
Spitfire Arms Cash Spiel
Windsor, Nova Scotia, Nov. 23–25
New Brunswick Sylvie Robichaud Prince Edward Island Suzanne Birt $13,000 $4,000 3.6687
16 Curl Mesabi Classic
Eveleth, United States, Nov. 30 – Dec. 2
Ontario Krista McCarville Quebec Laurie St-Georges $19,903 $5,307 3.8971
17 Home Hardware Canada Cup of Curling
Estevan, Saskatchewan, Dec. 5–9
Manitoba Jennifer Jones Manitoba Kerri Einarson $70,000 $21,500 11.6184
Curling World Cup Omaha
Omaha, United States, Dec. 5–9
Japan Satsuki Fujisawa South Korea Kim Min-ji 7.5361
WFG Jim Sullivan Curling Classic
Saint John, New Brunswick, Dec. 7–9
Prince Edward Island Suzanne Birt New Brunswick Andrea Crawford $8,250 $2,000 2.1884
CCT City of Perth Ladies International
Perth, Scotland, Dec. 6–9
Switzerland Ursi Hegner Switzerland Irene Schori $17,803 $7,630 2.8493
MCT Championships
Morris, Manitoba, Dec. 7–9
Manitoba Beth Peterson Manitoba Alyssa Calvert $3,700 $1,300 3.0778
18 Boost National
Conception Bay South, Newfoundland and Labrador, Dec. 11–16
Ontario Rachel Homan Manitoba Kerri Einarson $100,000 $30,000 11.7432
Dakota Challenger Spiel
Lakeville, Minnesota, Dec. 14–16
United States Kim Rhyme United States Ann Podoll $2,802 $1,116 1.3199
19 Schweizer Cup
Biel, Switzerland
Switzerland Silvana Tirinzoni Switzerland Elena Stern $15,316 $6,962 5.6953
Karuizawa International
Karuizawa, Japan, Dec. 20–23
Russia Anna Sidorova Japan Sayaka Yoshimura $48,907 $15,894 4.3206
Qinghai Curling Elite
Xining, China, Dec. 14–19
Germany Daniela Jentsch Russia Alina Kovaleva $30,000 (US) $20,078 3.7240
20 Russian Curling Cup
Krasnoyarsk, Russia, Dec. 21–25
Russia Alina Kovaleva Russia Ekaterina Galkina $18,000 $8,000 2.5343
22 Meridian Canadian Open
North Battleford, Saskatchewan, Jan. 8–13
Ontario Rachel Homan Switzerland Silvana Tirinzoni $100,000 $30,000 12.0656
International Bernese Ladies Cup
Bern, Switzerland, Jan. 10–13
Russia Anna Sidorova China Jiang Yilun $27,629 $8,086 4.9291
23 Glynhill Ladies International
Glasgow, Scotland, Jan. 17–20
Switzerland Ursi Hegner Switzerland Elena Stern $17,452 $6,980 4.8003
25 Curling World Cup Jönköping
Jönköping, Sweden, Jan. 30 – Feb. 3
South Korea Kim Min-ji Sweden Anna Hasselborg 6.3070
26 Teulon MJCT Women's Spiel
Teulon, Manitoba, Feb. 8–10
Manitoba Victoria Beaudry Manitoba Cassandra Stobbe
35 Players' Championship
Toronto, Ontario, Apr. 9–14
Manitoba Kerri Einarson Sweden Anna Hasselborg $100,000
37 Humpty's Champions Cup
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Apr. 23–28
$150,000
39 Curling World Cup Grand Final
Beijing, China, May 8–12

Mixed doubles events[edit]

Week Event Winning pair Runner-up pair Purse (CAD*) Winner's share (CAD*) SFM
3 Audi quattro Winter Games NZ[67]
Naseby, New Zealand, Aug. 26 – 30
Ontario Jones/Laing Scotland Stirling/Kingan
Battleford Mixed Doubles Fall Curling Classic
North Battleford, Saskatchewan, Aug. 31 – Sept. 3
Manitoba Peterman/Newfoundland and Labrador Gallant Alberta Walker/Saskatchewan Muyres $13,500
4 Oberstdorf International Mixed Doubles Cup
Oberstdorf, Germany, Sept. 6–9
Sweden Heldin/Lindström Czech Republic Paulova/Paul €3,200
6 WCT Tallinn Mixed Doubles International
Tallinn, Estonia, Sept. 21–23
Switzerland Perret / Rios Norway Skaslien / Nedregotten €1,200
9 Sherwood Park Mixed Doubles Classic
Edmonton, Alberta, Oct. 12–14
Alberta Homan / Kennedy Alberta Sauder / Donnelly $4,000
10 WCT Austrian Mixed Doubles Cup [68]
Kitzbühel, Austria, Oct. 19–22
Quebec Desjardins/Desjardins Scotland Aitken/Andrews €3,500 $1,202
11 WCT Mixed Doubles Cup Geising [69]
Geising, Germany, Oct. 25–28
Russia Komarova/Goriachev Russia Biktimirova/Gazhikhanov €3,500 $1,940
12 MadTown DoubleDown
Madison, Wisconsin, Nov. 2 – 4
United States Walker/Leichter Manitoba Birchard/Saskatchewan Schneider $26,211 $8,518
Palmerston Mixed Doubles Spiel
Palmerston, Ontario, Nov. 3 – 4
Ontario Berlett/Dow Ontario Gebhardt/Fairfull $750
Norway Open Mixed Doubles
Hedmarken, Norway Nov. 2 – 4
Denmark Jensen/Berger Sweden Wendel/Wingfors NOK 10,000
13 International Mixed Doubles Sochi
Sochi, Russia, Nov. 8–11
Scotland Aitken/Andrews Russia Komarova/Goriachev $10,000
14 Mixed Doubles Bern
Bern, Switzerland, Nov. 16–18
Switzerland Albrecht / Manitoba Wozniak Switzerland Perret / Rios CHF 10,000
Canad Inns Mixed Doubles Championship
Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Nov. 16 – 19
Manitoba Lawes / Alberta Morris Manitoba Sahaidak / Lott $26,000
15 Ilderton Mixed Doubles Spiel
Ilderton, Ontario, Nov. 24 – 25
Ontario Greenman / Zuliani Ontario K. Tuck / W. Tuck $3,500
Twin Ports Mixed Doubles Classic
Duluth, Minnesota, Nov. 23 – 25
United States Persinger/Plys United States Peterson/Polo $12,000 (US)
16 WCT Mixed Doubles Lodz
Lodz, Poland, Nov. 29 – Dec. 2
Scotland J. McCleary / L. McCleary Finland Virtaala / Rantamäki €2,800
Bele Wranå Memorial
Sundbyberg, Sweden, Nov. 30 – Dec. 2
Sweden C. Noreen / P. Noreen Sweden Monika Wranå / Mats Wranå SEK 10,000
17 Sutherland Mixed Doubles Curling Classic
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Dec. 7 – 10
Saskatchewan J. Lang / M. Lang Saskatchewan Martin / Jacobson $13,500
19 Italian Mixed Doubles Cup
Pinerolo, Italy, Dec. 20 – Dec. 23
England A. Fowler / B. Fowler Italy Romei / Retornaz €3,000
20 Southern Mixed Doubles
Charlotte, North Carolina, Dec. 28–30
United States M. Stolt / P. Slolt United States C. Shaw / M. Shaw $3,400 (US)
21 Qualico Mixed Doubles Classic
Canmore & Banff, Alberta, Jan. 3 – 6
United States Anderson / Dropkin Manitoba Peterman /Newfoundland and Labrador Gallant $29,000 $10,000
22 WCT Dutch Masters Mixed Doubles
Zoetermeer, Netherlands, Jan. 11–13
Czech Republic Paulova / Paul Russia Venevtseva / Groshev €1,250
Callie Mixed Doubles Classic
Regina, Saskatchewan, Jan. 11 – 14
Saskatchewan Campbell/Alberta Morris Scotland Stirling/Kingan $13,500
23 Toronto Cricket Mixed Doubles Championship
Toronto, Ontario, Jan. 18–20
Saskatchewan Martin/British Columbia Griffith Manitoba Groff/Doering
24 Gefle Mixed Doubles Cup
Gävle, Sweden, Jan. 24–27
Switzerland Perret / Rios Sweden C. Noreen / P. Noreen SEK 3,600
Saguenay Mixed Doubles Challenger
Chicoutimi, Quebec, Jan. 25 – 27
Quebec R. Desjardins / É. Desjardins Quebec Lavoie / Fortier $1,280
25 Oshawa Mixed Doubles Cash Spiel
Oshawa, Ontario, Feb. 1–2
Ontario Greenman/Zuliani Ontario Miller/Adair
26 International Mixed Doubles Trophy Aarau
Aarau, Switzerland, Feb. 8 – 10
Hungary Nagy / Szekeres Russia Eremin / Moskaleva CHF 7,000
Listowel Mixed Doubles Cashspiel
Listowel, Ontario, Feb. 8 – 10
Ontario K. Tuck/W. Tuck Ontario Thompson/Lowe $9,000
27 WCT Tallinn Masters Mixed Doubles
Tallinn, Estonia, Feb. 15–17
Russia Moskaleva / Eremin Estonia Turmann / Lill €1,250
Nutana Mixed Doubles Classic
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Feb. 15 – 18
Norway Skaslien / Nedregotten Saskatchewan Just / Kalthoff $13,500
28 Slovakia Mixed Doubles Curling Cup
Bratislava, Slovakia, Feb. 21–24
Hungary Palancsa / Kiss Poland Szeliga-Frynia / Frynia €2,800
29 International Mixed Doubles Sochi 2
Sochi, Russia, Feb. 21 – 24
Russia Polikarpova / Karetnikov Russia Biktimirova / Gadzhikhanov $10,000
Paf Åland Mixed Doubles Cup
Åland, Finland, Mar. 1 – 3
Sweden Westman / Ahlberg Denmark Jensen / Berger €1,800
31 Westbay Hungarian Mixed Doubles Cup
Budapest, Hungary, Mar. 14 – 17
€3,100
32 International Mixed Doubles Dumfries
Dumfries, Scotland, Mar. 21 – 24
£5,200
34 LODE Latvian Mixed Doubles Curling Cup 1
Riga, Latvia, Apr. 4 – 7
€1,000
35 LODE Latvian Mixed Doubles Curling Cup 2
Riga, Latvia, Apr. 11 – 14
€1,000

WCT rankings[edit]

Men[70]

After week 36
# Skip YTD OOM
1 Alberta Kevin Koe 490.554 490.554
2 Alberta Brendan Bottcher 440.448 440.448
3 Sweden Niklas Edin 406.347 406.347
4 Ontario Brad Jacobs 405.981 405.981
4 Scotland Bruce Mouat 368.215 368.215
6 Ontario John Epping 343.905 343.905
7 Switzerland Peter de Cruz 340.624 340.624
8 Newfoundland and Labrador Brad Gushue 335.732 335.732
9 Scotland Ross Paterson 333.153 333.153
10 Ontario Glenn Howard 294.350 294.350

Women[71]

After week 36
# Skip YTD OOM
1 Ontario Rachel Homan 528.902 528.902
2 Sweden Anna Hasselborg 478.292 478.292
4 Manitoba Kerri Einarson 472.248 472.248
3 Switzerland Silvana Tirinzoni 435.120 435.120
5 Manitoba Jennifer Jones 354.889 354.889
6 Alberta Chelsea Carey 323.572 323.572
7 Alberta Casey Scheidegger 276.423 276.423
8 Saskatchewan Robyn Silvernagle 264.349 264.349
9 Japan Satsuki Fujisawa 264.110 264.110
10 Manitoba Tracy Fleury 259.809 259.809

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External links[edit]

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