|Curling club||Royal City CC, New Westminster, BC|
|Member Association||British Columbia|
|Brier appearances||2 (1998, 2000)|
| World Championship |
Darin Fenton (born c. 1968)is a Canadian curler.
He is a 2000 World Men's championand a 2000 Labatt Brier champion.
|1986–87||Brent Pierce||Ross Graham||Bryan Miki||Darin Fenton||CJCC 1987|
|1996–97||Brent Pierce||Al Roemer||Bryan Miki||Darin Fenton|
|1997–98||Greg McAulay||Brent Pierce||Bryan Miki||Darin Fenton||Cary Sakiyama||Brier 1998 (5th)|
|1998–99||Greg McAulay||Brent Pierce||Bryan Miki||Darin Fenton|
|1999–00||Greg McAulay||Brent Pierce||Bryan Miki||Jody Sveistrup||Darin Fenton||Glen Pierce|| Brier 2000 |
|2001–02||Greg McAulay||Brent Pierce||Bryan Miki||Jody Sveistrup||Darin Fenton||COCT 2001 (7th)|
|2003–04||Bryan Miki||Darin Fenton||Terry Hauk||Jay Batch|
|2006–07||Dave Merklinger||Doug Wilcock||Darin Fenton||Chris Wilcock|
|2016–17||Ron Leech||Bryan Kedziora||Darin Fenton||Mike Goertz|
Sandra Marie Schmirler, was a Canadian curler who captured three Canadian Curling Championships and three World Curling Championships. Schmirler also skipped (captained) her Canadian team to a gold medal at the 1998 Winter Olympics, the first year women's curling was a medal sport. At tournaments where she was not competing, Schmirler sometimes worked as a commentator for CBC Sports, which popularized her nickname "Schmirler the Curler" and claimed she was the only person who had a name that rhymed with the sport she played. She died in 2000 at 36 of cancer, leaving a legacy that extended outside of curling. Schmirler was honoured posthumously with an induction into the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame and was awarded the World Curling Freytag Award, which later led to her induction into the World Curling Federation Hall of Fame.
Krista Lee McCarville is a Canadian curler from Thunder Bay, Ontario. McCarville is a four-time Northern Ontario junior champion, the 2003 Winter Universiade silver medallist, a four-time Ontario provincial champion, a four-time Northern Ontario provincial champion, and a two-time Canadian national medallist.
Deborah McCormick is an American curler from Rio, Wisconsin. Although born in Canada, McCormick moved to Madison, Wisconsin when she was very young. McCormick is a World Champion and four-time Olympian.
Brent Pierce is a Canadian curler and coach from New Westminster, British Columbia.
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Lesley Kaitlyn Lawes is a Canadian curler. Lawes plays third for the Jennifer Jones team that represented Canada at the 2014 Winter Olympics where they won the gold medal. They were the first women's team to go through the Olympics undefeated and the first Manitoba based curling team to win at the Olympics. Lawes curled with John Morris in the mixed doubles event at the 2018 Winter Olympics where they won gold. This win made her and Morris the first Canadian curlers to win two Olympic gold medals, and Lawes was the first to win gold in two consecutive Olympics.
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Bryan Miki is a Canadian curler.
Jody Sveistrup is a Canadian curler.
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