Canadian Women's Curling Champions Full-Team List

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Canadian Women's Curling Champions Full-Team List


Expanded Scotties Curling Champions

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Past winners of the Scotties Tournament of Hearts Canadian women's curling championship (with skip, third, second, lead, alternate and coach _ if available):

2018 _ Manitoba (Jennifer Jones, Shannon Birchard, Jill Officer, Dawn McEwen, Kaitlyn Lawes and Wendy Morgan); 2017 _ Ontario (Rachel Homan, Emma Miskew, Joanne Courtney, Lisa Weagle, Cheryl Kreviazuk, Adam Kingsbury); 2016 _ Alberta (Chelsea Carey, Amy Nixon, Jocelyn Peterman, Laine Peters, Susan O'Connor, Charley Thomas); 2015 _ Manitoba (Jennifer Jones, Kaitlyn Lawes, Jill Officer, Dawn McEwen, Jennifer Clark-Rouire); 2014 _ Canada (Rachel Homan, Emma Miskew, Allison Kreviazuk, Lisa Weagle, Stephanie LeDrew); 2013 _ Ontario (Rachel Homan, Emma Miskew, Alison Kreviazuk, Lisa Weagle, Stephanie LeDrew); 2012 _ Alberta (Heather Nedohin, Beth Iskiw, Jessica Mair, Laine Peters); 2011 _ Saskatchewan (Amber Holland, Kim Schneider, Tammy Schneider, Heather Kalenchuk).

2010 _ Canada (Jennifer Jones, Cathy Overton-Clapham, Jill Officer, Dawn Askin); 2009 _ Team Canada (Jennifer Jones, Cathy Overton-Clapham, Jill Officer, Dawn Askin); 2008 _ Manitoba (Jennifer Jones, Jill Officer, Cathy Overton-Clapham, Dawn Askin); 2007 _ Team Canada (Kelly Scott, Sasha Carter, Jeanna Schraeder, Renee Simons); 2006 _ British Columbia (Kelly Scott, Sasha Carter, Jeanna Schraeder, Renee Simons); 2005 _ Manitoba (Jennifer Jones, Jill Officer, Cathy Overton_Clapham, Cathy Gauthier); 2004 _ Team Canada (Colleen Jones, Mary-Anne Waye, Kim Kelly, Nancy Delahunt); 2003 _ Team Canada (Colleen Jones, Mary-Anne Waye, Kim Kelly, Nancy Delahunt); 2002 _ Team Canada (Colleen Jones, Mary-Anne Waye, Kim Kelly, Nancy Delahunt); 2001 _ Nova Scotia (Colleen Jones, Mary-Anne Waye, Kim Kelly, Nancy Delahunt).

2000 _ British Columbia (Kelley Law, Georgina Wheatcroft, Julie Skinner, Diane Nelson); 1999 _ Nova Scotia (Colleen Jones, Mary-Anne Waye, Kim Kelly, Nancy Delahunt); 1998 _ Alberta (Cathy Borst, Brenda Bohmer, Heather Godberson, Kate Horne); 1997 _ Saskatchewan (Sandra Schmirler, Joan McCusker, Jan Betker, Marcia Gudereit); 1996 _ Ontario (Marilyn Bodogh, Corie Beveridge, Kim Gellard, Jane Hooper Perroud); 1995 _ Manitoba (Connie Laliberte, Cathy Gauthier, Cathy Clapham, Janet Arnott); 1994 _ Team Canada (Sandra Peterson, Joan McCusker, Jan Betker, Marci Gudereit); 1993 _ Saskatchewan (Sandra Peterson, Joan McCusker, Jan Betker, Marcia Gudereit); 1992 _ Manitoba (Connie Laliberte, Cathy Gauthier, Laurie Allen, Janet Arnott); 1991 _ British Columbia (Julie Sutton, Melissa Soligo, Jodie Sutton, Karri Wilms). …

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