|Curling club|| Nutana CC, |
|Brier appearances||3 (2000, 2004, 2010)|
|Top CTRS ranking||15th (2005-06)|
|Grand Slam victories||1: Masters (2002)|
Darrell McKee (born c. 1963)is a Canadian curler from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. He is a three-time provincial champion.
McKee and Bruce Korte have long been teammates, and together formed teams among the best in Saskatchewan. They have been teammates on and off since 1998. For most of that time, McKee played third for Korte, but beginning in 2009, McKee and Korte switched positions.
Korte and McKee played in their first Brier together in 2000, after winning the provincial championship, along with teammates Roger Korte and Rory Golanowski. The team finished the round robin off with a 5-6 record, short of the playoffs. Two years later, the team won their only Grand Slam of Curling victory as of 2010, winning the Masters of Curling over Jeff Stoughton.
From 2002 to 2005, McKee left the team, but was an alternate for them when they made the Brier in 2004.
McKee did not win his second provincial championship until ten years later, qualifying for the 2010 Tim Hortons Brier in Halifax. McKee's team consisted of both Korte's and a new lead in Rob Markowsky.
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.
Randy S. Ferbey is a Canadian retired curler from Sherwood Park, Alberta. Ferbey is a six-time Canadian champion and a four-time World Champion.
Kevin Martin, nicknamed "The Old Bear" and "K-Mart", is a Canadian retired curler from Edmonton, Alberta, an Olympic, world and 4-time Canadian champion and a member of the World Curling Hall of Fame. He is considered by many commentators and former and current curlers to be the greatest curler of all time. He is also known for his rivalries with Randy Ferbey/David Nedohin, the best Alberta provincial rivalry ever as the two teams were generally regarded the best in the world from 2002 to 2006; his rivalry with Jeff Stoughton, perhaps the most famous all prairies rivalry ever which spanned over 2 decades from 1991 to 2014; with Glenn Howard from 2007 to 2014, perhaps the best two team rivalry in Canadian curling history, and his rivalry with Sweden's Peja Lindholm from 1997 to 2006, perhaps the best ever men's Canada-Europe rivalry.
Bradley Raymond "Brad" Gushue, ONL is a Canadian curler from Mount Pearl, Newfoundland and Labrador. Gushue, along with teammates Russ Howard, Mark Nichols, Jamie Korab and Mike Adam, represented Canada in curling at the 2006 Winter Olympics, where they won the gold medal by defeating Finland 10–4. He is also the 2017, 2018, and 2020 Tim Hortons Brier champion with teammates Mark Nichols, Brett Gallant, and Geoff Walker. Their win in 2017 was Newfoundland and Labrador's first Brier title in 41 years. Gushue and his rink also won 2017 Ford World Men's Curling Championship. At the 2018 Tim Hortons Brier Gushue set a new record for Brier game wins as a skip, breaking a three-way tie with previous record-holders Russ Howard and Kevin Martin.
John C. Morris is a Canadian curler, and two-time Olympic gold medallist from Canmore, Alberta. Morris played third for the Kevin Martin team until April 24, 2013. Morris, author of the book Fit to Curl, is the son of Maureen and Earle Morris, inventor of the "Stabilizer" curling broom. Morris grew up in Gloucester, Ontario and at the age of five began curling at the Navy Curling Club.
Glenn William Howard is a Canadian curler. Howard is one of the most decorated curlers of all time; He has won four world championships, four Briers and 17 Ontario provincial championships, including a record eight straight, from 2006 to 2013. Through 2017, he has played in 218 games at the Brier, more than any other curler in history. He has also won the 2001 TSN Skins Game.
The 2010 Tim Hortons Brier, the Canadian men's national curling championship, was held between March 6 until March 14, 2010 in Halifax, Nova Scotia at the Halifax Metro Centre. It marked the sixth time the Brier had been to Halifax, and the second time in eight years, having previously hosted the 2003 Nokia Brier.
Michael McEwen is a Canadian curler from Winnipeg, Manitoba, who grew up in Brandon, Manitoba. McEwen won six Grand Slams in his career before his team qualified for their first Brier, Canada's national championship in 2016. He is noted as one of the top curlers using the Manitoba tuck delivery today.
Bruce Korte is a Canadian curler from Saskatoon. He is a three-time SaskTel Tankard provincial champion.
Roger Korte is a Canadian curler from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. He plays second for the Darrell McKee rink. Korte is a three-time provincial champion.
The 2010–11 curling season began in September 2010 and ended in April 2011.
Helen Joyce McKee was a Canadian curler from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. She was a five time Canadian champion.
The 2012 Tim Hortons Brier, the Canadian men's national curling championship, was held from March 3 to March 11 at the Credit Union Centre in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. This Brier marked the sixth time that Saskatoon hosted the Brier; the last time that the Brier was hosted in Saskatoon was in 2004. The winner of the Brier, Glenn Howard, will represent Canada at the 2012 Capital One World Men's Curling Championship in Basel, Switzerland.
The 2011–12 curling season began in September 2011 and ended in April 2012.
Braeden Moskowy is a Canadian curler from Regina, Saskatchewan. He is a former Canadian junior curling champion and a four-time Brier competitor.
The Nutana Curling Club is a curling club located in the neighbourhood of Nutana Suburban Centre in south-central Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Scott Jones is a Canadian curler from Moncton, New Brunswick. He currently skips his own team on the World Curling Tour.
Jason Jacobson is a Canadian curler from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
Darren Moulding is a Canadian curler from Lacombe, Alberta and curls out of the Saville Sports Centre and the Lacombe Curling Club. He is a former Canadian Junior Silver Medallist, a Canadian Mixed Champion, and represented Alberta in the 2017, 2018, 2020 and Team Wild Card in the 2019 Brier Canadian men's championship.
Randy Woytowich is a Canadian curler from Saskatchewan. He is a former Canadian mixed champion and two-time provincial men's champion.
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