Cary-Anne McTaggart

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Cary-Anne McTaggart
Born
Cary-Anne Sallows

(1986-06-04) June 4, 1986 (age 36)
Team
Curling club Grande Prairie CC,
Grande Prairie, AB
Skip Ashley Howard
Third Cary-Anne McTaggart
Second Sara England
Lead Shelby Brandt
Career
Member AssociationFlag of Alberta.svg  Alberta (2002—2022)
Flag of Saskatchewan.svg  Saskatchewan (2022—present)
Hearts appearances2 (2018, 2019)
Top CTRS ranking 5th (2016-17, 2018-19)
Grand Slam victories1 (2017 Canadian Open)

Cary-Anne McTaggart (born June 4, 1986 in Grande Prairie, Alberta as Cary-Anne Sallows) is a Canadian curler from Milk River, Alberta. [1] She currently plays third for Team Ashley Howard.

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Career

Juniors

McTaggart won three provincial junior titles playing third for the Desirée Robertson rink in 2003 and 2005 and for Kalynn Park in 2007. Their provincial titles qualified the rink to represent Alberta in each of those years' Canadian Junior Curling Championships. At the 2003 Canadian Junior Curling Championships, the team finished the round robin with a 9-3 record and would lose in the semifinal, placing third overall. At the 2005 Canadian Junior Curling Championships, the team went undefeated in the round robin, but would end up losing in the final to New Brunswick's Andrea Kelly rink. On her new team at the 2007 Canadian Junior Curling Championships, the rink would finish with a 7-5 record, missing the playoffs.

Women's

After juniors, McTaggart played for Team Renée Sonnenberg until 2010, when she joined forced with Desirée Robertson (now Owen) again for two seasons. She returned to the Sonnenberg rink in 2012, playing second for the team. The team won the A qualifier at the 2013 Canadian Olympic Curling Pre-Trials, qualifying the rink for the 2013 Canadian Olympic Curling Trials. There, the team placed last with a 2-5 record. After the season, McTaggart left the team to join the Scheidegger rink at third. They won their first Grand Slam event at the 2017 Meridian Canadian Open.

Personal life

Her brother is fellow curler Tom Sallows. [2] She works as a registered nurse with Alberta Health Services. She is married and has one child. [1]

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References

  1. 1 2 "2021 Canadian Olympic Curling Trials Media Guide" (PDF). Curling Canada. Retrieved November 18, 2021.
  2. "Grande Prairie Daily Herald Tribune". Archived from the original on 2017-12-04. Retrieved 2017-12-04.