|Curling club||Brampton CC, Brampton|
|Brier appearances||4 (1988, 1998, 2001, 2005)|
Graeme McCarrel (born November 27, 1960)is a Canadian curler from Brampton, Ontario. He is a former Brier and World Champion.
In 1980, as a junior, McCarrel played third for John Kawaja. They lost in the finals of the Canadian Junior Curling Championships that year. After juniors, McCarrel moved to play with veteran Paul Savage. McCarrel won his first provincial title in 1988, playing second for Savage.
McCarrel then moved to play third for Wayne Middaugh. With Middaugh, McCarrel won three more provincial championships, in 1998, 2001 and 2005. In 1998 the team won the Brier, and the World Curling Championships.
McCarrel would later leave the Middaugh rink. In 2008, he was picked up to play with Middaugh's cousin, Peter Corner to play as his third.
Robert Wayne Middaugh is a Canadian curler. Born in Brampton, Ontario, Middaugh resides in Victoria Harbour, Ontario. He is the only player to have won the Canadian Men's Curling Championship at three different positions: skip (1998), third (2012), and second (1993). He was inducted into the Canadian Curling Hall of Fame in 2020. He currently coaches the Anna Hasselborg rink from Sweden.
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.
Jonathan Mead is a Canadian curler from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Mead played third for Wayne Middaugh's rink until the end of the 2009-10 curling season. Beginning in the 2010-11 curling season, he again played third for Jeff Stoughton's Manitoba team.
Richard "the Hart Surgeon" Hart is a Canadian curler from Pickering, Ontario. He is a Brier and world champion, as well as an Olympic silver medallist.
Brent Pierce is a Canadian curler and coach from New Westminster, British Columbia.
Guy Hemmings is a Canadian curler from Sorel. Hemmings gained prominence after reaching the final of the Brier in 1998 and 1999. He is considered an ambassador for the game, not only in his home province of Quebec but across Canada which he crosses every year as part of his "Guy Hemmings Rockin' the House Tour". In his tour he conducts "junior clinics at local curling clubs, visits elementary and high schools, visits the sick kids' wings at area hospitals and will host media scrums and is the keynote speaker at receptions at local curling clubs."
Peter J. Corner is a Canadian curler from Burlington, Ontario.
Kirsten Wall is a Canadian curler from Milton, Ontario. She was the alternate player on the Jennifer Jones rink which represented Canada at the 2014 Winter Olympics and captured a gold medal.
Joseph Mark Frans is a Canadian curler from Guelph, Ontario. Frans is most notable for being a two-time provincial champion and for being suspended from competitive curling for cocaine usage.
John W. Kawaja is a Canadian curler. He is a two-time Brier and World Champion.
John Allan Epping is a Canadian curler from Toronto, Ontario.
Scott Bailey is a Canadian curler. He is best known however for being the long-time lead for Wayne Middaugh. It was with Middaugh that Bailey won the 1998 Ford World Curling Championships.
Ian J. Tetley is a Canadian curler from Oakville, Ontario. He is a three-time Brier and World Champion.
The 2010–11 curling season began in September 2010 and ended in April 2011.
Mathew Robert "Mat" Camm is a Canadian curler from Cornwall, Ontario. Camm is originally from Rockland, Ontario.
Charles A. Sullivan, Jr. is a Canadian curler from Saint John, New Brunswick. He is a former World Junior curling champion, and a five time provincial champion.
Neil Gordon "Harry" Harrison was a Canadian curler from Newmarket, Ontario. He was a six-time provincial champion, and two-time Canadian and World champion. He is considered to be one of the best leads of all time. He is recognized as having revolutionized the position with the use of the corner guard.
Heather Smith is a Canadian curler from Halifax, Nova Scotia. While married to Brier champion Mark Dacey, she was known as Heather Smith-Dacey.
Adam Spencer is a Canadian curler from Guelph, Ontario.
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