Fort William Curling Club

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Fort William Curling Club
Location218 Vickers Street North
Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada
P7C 6A3 [1]
Information
EstablishedSeptember 18, 1891
Club typeDedicated ice
CCA region Northern Ontario
Sheets of iceEight [2]
Rock coloursBlue and Yellow   
Website https://www.fortwilliamcurlingclub.com/

The Fort William Curling Club is a curling club located in the Downtown Fort William neighbourhood of Thunder Bay, Ontario. The club hosted the Canadian men's curling championship in 1960 and the Canadian women's curling championship in 1969. It is also the home club of World Men's curling champions Al Hackner, Rick Lang, Bob Nicol, Bruce Kennedy, Ian Tetley, and Pat Perroud.

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History

The Fort William Curling Club was established in Fort William (now Thunder Bay) on September 18, 1891, on property leased by Peter and John McKellar. It was originally part of the Manitoba Curling Association. The rink was destroyed by fire twice, in 1892 and 1908. The current facility, with artificial ice, opened on March 10, 1951, as the Fort William Curling and Athletic Club. [3] The club is adjacent to the Fort William Gardens. [4]

Notable members

Only events representing the Fort William Curling Club are listed.

Events

The Fort William Curling Club has hosted several Canadian national curling championships. In 1960, the club co-hosted the Macdonald Brier, the Canadian men's curling championship, at the Fort William Gardens. [3] The club also hosted the 1966 Canadian Mixed Curling Championship [45] and the Canadian Ladies Curling Association Championship in 1969. [46] In 2006, the Fort William and Port Arthur Curling Clubs co-hosted the Canadian Junior Curling Championships in Thunder Bay. [47] The Fort William Curling Club also hosted the Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship in 2012, where a team from the club, skipped by Carl Levesque, represented Northern Ontario. [48] The following year, the club hosted the 2013 The Dominion Curling Club Championship, the Canadian championships for club-level curlers. [49] In 2017, the club hosted the U Sports/Curling Canada University Curling Championships. [50]

The club has also hosted several Northern Ontario provincial curling championships. It hosted the men's provincial championship in 2011 [51] and in 2017. [52] The club also hosted the 2015 Northern Ontario Scotties Tournament of Hearts, which was the first time that the Northern Ontario women's provincial champions received a direct berth into the national Scotties Tournament of Hearts and represented Northern Ontario separately from Ontario. [53]

Provincial champions

YearEventSkipThirdSecondLeadRecord at NationalsRecord at Worlds
1958Northern Ontario Junior Men's Tom Tod Neil McLeod Patrick Moran David Allin 1st [3] N/A
1959Northern Ontario Junior Men'sTom TodBill BurnLarry GanderTed GregorN/A
1959 Northern Ontario Men's Darwin Wark Dennis Stephen Leslie Sutton John Jones 5th (6–4) [7]
1970Northern Ontario Men'sTom Tod James Carson J. Carl Whitfield Bill Hallinan 5th (5–5) [6]
1971Northern Ontario Junior Men's Douglas Smith Warren Butters Thomas Wiegand Rick Lang N/A
1975Northern Ontario Men's Bill Tetley Rick Lang Bill Hodgson, Jr. Peter Hnatiw 1st (9–2) [8] 3rd (7–3) [9]
1976Northern Ontario MixedMerto PenziwolEleanor PenziwolBob KosloskiNancy CouttsN/A
1976Northern Ontario Men'sRick Lang Bob Nicol Al Fiskar, Jr. Warren Butters7th (5–6) [12]
1980Northern Ontario Men's Al Hackner Rick LangBob Nichol Bruce Kennedy 2nd (9–4) [16]
1981Northern Ontario MixedRick Lang Anne Provo Bert Provo Lorraine Edwards 1st [18] N/A
1981Northern Ontario Junior Men's Scott Henderson Bill Adams Jim Adams Brad Coulson
1981Northern Ontario Men'sAl HacknerRick LangBob NicholBruce Kennedy2nd (9–3) [17]
1982Northern Ontario Junior Men'sScott HendersonBill AdamsJim AdamsBrad Coulson
1982Northern Ontario Men'sAl HacknerRick LangBob NicholBruce Kennedy1st (10–3) [10] 1st (9–2) [19]
1983 [54] Ontario Women's Anne ProvoLorraine Lang Marlene Delorenzi Valerie Adams T-6th (4–6) [27]
1983Northern Ontario Senior Men'sCarmon "Red" Ahrensback [55] Ron DepieroJohn AndreychukTom CraneN/A
1984Northern Ontario MixedJim AdamsKim Clark Charlie Salina Heather Houston N/A
1985Northern Ontario Men'sAl HacknerRick Lang Ian Tetley Pat Perroud 1st (9–4) [11] 1st (8–3) [20]
1986Northern Ontario Junior Men's Gary Champagne Glen KawaharaDale WatsonCorey Stevenson7th (4–7) [56]
1987Northern Ontario Men's Larry Pineau Jack Kallos Brian Snell Bruce Kennedy8th (5–6) [26]
1988Northern Ontario Men'sAl HacknerRick LangJim AdamsDoug Smith7th (5–6) [13]
1989Northern Ontario Junior Men's Craig Kochan Mike Desilets Aaron Skillen Greg Kawahara7th (6–5) [57]
1989Northern Ontario Men'sAl HacknerBill AdamsJim Adams John Salo 10th (3–8) [24]
1991Northern Ontario Junior Men's Jason Repay Aaron Skillen Scott McCallum Trevor Clifford 1st (10–3) [33] 3rd (7–3) [34]
1991 [54] Ontario Women'sHeather HoustonLorraine Lang Diane Adams Diane Pushkar 3rd (8–5) [31]
1991Northern Ontario Men'sRick LangScott Henderson Ross Tetley Art Lappalainen 4th (7–4) [14]
1992Northern Ontario MixedJim AdamsDiane AdamsBruce HogueDiane HogueN/A
1993Northern Ontario Men'sRick LangScott HendersonRoss TetleyArt Lappalainen3rd (9–5) [21]
1994Northern Ontario Junior Women's Rhonda Halversen Lisa Backman Tiffany Stubbings Michelle Boland 5th (7–5) [58]
1995Northern Ontario Men'sAl HacknerRick LangAaron SkillenArt Lappalainen7th (6–5) [15]
1997Northern Ontario Junior Men's Bryan Burgess Joe Scharf Robin Champagne Mike Assad 8th (6–6) [59]
1999Northern Ontario Junior Men'sJoe ScharfRobin Champagne Colin Koivula Mike McCarville 5th (7–5) [60]
2000Northern Ontario Senior Women'sMarion BallMadeline GilbartLynn ReidJudith Prystanski11th (2–9) [61] N/A
2000Northern Ontario Junior Men'sJoe ScharfRobin ChampagneColin KoivulaMike McCarville5th (7–5) [62]
2000Northern Ontario Junior Women's Krista Scharf Angie Del PinoLaura ArmitageMaggie Carr6th (7–5) [63]
2001Northern Ontario Junior Women'sKrista ScharfAngie Del PinoLaura ArmitageMaggie Carr5th (7–5) [64]
2001Northern Ontario Men'sAl HacknerBryan BurgessJoe ScharfMike Assad9th (5–6) [25]
2002Northern Ontario Junior Women'sKrista ScharfJulie RisiLaura ArmitageMaggie Carr8th (6–6) [65]
2003Northern Ontario Men'sScott HendersonArt LappalainenMike Desilets Tim Lindsay 7th (5–6) [35]
2006Northern Ontario MixedMike AssadAngela Lee Ben Mikkelsen Kari MacLean 11th (3–8) [66] N/A
2006 [54] Ontario Women'sKrista Scharf Tara George Tiffany StubbingsLorraine Lang10th (4–7) [28]
2006Northern Ontario Senior Men'sAl HacknerRick Lang Al Laine Brian Adams 1st (10–3) [22] 2nd (6–2) [23]
2007 Northern Ontario Women's Krista ScharfTara GeorgeTiffany StubbingsLorraine LangN/A [lower-alpha 1] N/A
2007 [54] Ontario Women'sKrista ScharfTara GeorgeTiffany StubbingsLorraine Lang6th (6–6) [29]
2008Northern Ontario Junior Men's Kory Carr Justin Whitehurst Adam Lamers Mark Adams 6th (7–5) [67]
2008Northern Ontario Junior Women's Ashley Miharija Sarah Lang Jenna Enge Jessica Williams4th (8–5) [68]
2009Northern Ontario Junior Men's Dylan Johnston Cody Johnston Michael Makela Mike Badiuk 2nd (9–4) [43]
2009 Northern Ontario Women'sKrista McCarvilleTara GeorgeKari MacLeanLorraine LangN/A [lower-alpha 1] N/A
2009 [54] Ontario Women'sKrista McCarvilleTara GeorgeKari MacLeanLorraine Lang6th (6–5) [30]
2010 [54] Ontario Women'sKrista McCarvilleTara GeorgeAshley MiharijaKari MacLean3rd (9–5) [39]
2010Northern Ontario Senior Men'sAl HacknerArt LappalainenAl LaineBrian Adams4th (7–4) [69]
2011Northern Ontario MixedCraig KochanLiz KingstonColin KoivulaAlissa Begin9th (4–7) [45] N/A
2011Northern Ontario Junior Men'sCody JohnstonMike BadiukMark AdamsMike Makela8th (5–7) [70]
2011 Northern Ontario Women'sKrista McCarvilleAshley MiharijaKari MacLeanSarah LangN/A [lower-alpha 1] N/A
2012Northern Ontario MixedMike AssadAlissa Begin Andrew Nerpin Jann Bobenic-Costante9th (7–6) [45] N/A
2012Northern Ontario WheelchairCarl LevesqueRick BellMel PrairieSharon LaFroye5th (5–5) [71] N/A [lower-alpha 2]
2013Northern Ontario MixedMike Assad Ashley Kallos Taylor KallosKady Stachiw6th (6–5) [45] N/A
2013 Northern Ontario Women'sKrista McCarvilleAshley MiharijaKari LavoieSarah LangN/A [lower-alpha 1] N/A
2013Northern Ontario WheelchairGino SonegoDoug DeanRichard DawidLola Graham4th (5–5) [73] [74] N/A [lower-alpha 2]
2014 Northern Ontario Men's Jeff Currie Mike McCarvilleColin Koivula Jamie Childs 11th (2–9) [44]
2014Northern Ontario WheelchairGino SonegoDoug DeanRichard DawidLola Graham7th (3–6) [75] N/A [lower-alpha 2]
2015Northern Ontario Senior Men'sAl Hackner Eric Harnden Frank Morissette Rob Thomas 9th (4–5) [76] N/A
2016 Northern Ontario Women'sKrista McCarville Kendra Lilly Ashley SippalaSarah Potts2nd (9–5) [41] [77]
2017 Northern Ontario Women'sKrista McCarvilleKendra LillyAshley SippalaSarah Potts4th (9–5) [36] [78]
2017Northern Ontario WheelchairDoug DeanGino SonegoRick BellLola Graham8th (3–6) [79] N/A [lower-alpha 2]
2018Northern Ontario Junior Women's Hailey Beaudry Kendra Lemieux Emily Cooney Erin Tomalty 8th (3–7) [80]
2018Northern Ontario Senior Men'sAl HacknerEric HarndenFrank MorissetteGary Champagne3rd (9–3) [81] [82]
2019 Northern Ontario Women'sKrista McCarvilleKendra Lilly Jen Gates Sarah Potts4th (8–4) [37] [83]
2019Northern Ontario Senior Men'sAl HacknerFrank MorissetteRobert WhalenGary Champagne6th (5–5) [84]
2019Northern Ontario WheelchairDoug DeanGino SonegoRick BellLola Graham4th (5–4) [85] [86] N/A [lower-alpha 2]
2019Northern Ontario Club Women'sTracey LarocqueCorie AdamsonRebecca CarrEmily JuurakkoT-13th (1–5) [87] N/A
2020 Northern Ontario Women'sKrista McCarvilleKendra LillyAshley SippalaJen Gates4th (8–4) [38] [88]
2020Northern Ontario Senior Men'sMike DesiletsScott Henderson Dale Wiersema William PelozaN/AN/A
2020Northern Ontario WheelchairDouglas DeanGino SonegoRichard BellLola GrahamN/AN/A

[89]

Presidents

[92]

Notes

  1. 1 2 3 4 From 2007 to 2014, the winners of the Northern Ontario Scotties Tournament of Hearts did not qualify directly for the Scotties Tournament of Hearts. Instead, they received a berth into the Ontario Scotties Tournament of Hearts.
  2. 1 2 3 4 5 The winners of the Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship do not directly qualify for the World Wheelchair Curling Championship. [72]

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