Jim Spencer (curler)

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Jim Spencer
 
Team
Curling club Assiniboine Memorial CC, Winnipeg, MB,
Granite CC, Winnipeg, MB
Career
Member AssociationFlag of Manitoba.svg  Manitoba
Brier appearances3: (1981, 1988, 1998)
World Championship
appearances
1 (1981)

James Spencer [1] is a Canadian curler. He is a 1981 World Men's bronze medallist [2] and a 1981 Brier champion.

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Awards

Teams

SeasonSkipThirdSecondLeadAlternateEvents
1980–81 Kerry Burtnyk Mark Olson Jim Spencer Ron Kammerlock Brier 1981 Gold medal icon.svg
WCC 1981 Bronze medal icon.svg
1987–88Kerry BurtnykJim SpencerRon Kammerlock Don Harvey Jeff Ryan Brier 1988 (4th)
1994–95 James Kirkness Jim Spencer Steve Gould Ron Kammerlock
1996–97 John Bubbs Mark OlsonJim SpencerRon Kammerlock
1997–98 Dale Duguid James KirknessJim Spencer Doug Armstrong Barry Fry Brier 1998 Bronze medal icon.svg
1998–99James Kirkness Dan Carey Jim SpencerRon Kammerlock
1999–00 Pat Spiring Ken Tresoor Jim Spencer Scott Grant
2001–02 Jeff Stoughton Jon Mead Garry Van Den Berghe Doug ArmstrongJim Spencer COCT 2001 (6th)

Personal life

Spencer is married to fellow curler Barb Spencer and has coached her team. [4]

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References

  1. 2017 Tim Hortons Brier Media Guide: Brier Personnel - 1927-2016
  2. Jim Spencer on the World Curling Federation database OOjs UI icon edit-ltr-progressive.svg
  3. Hall of Fame and Museum – CurlManitoba (look at "2008 Hall of Fame Inductees")
  4. https://globalnews.ca/news/1785913/barb-spencer-makes-curling-a-family-affair/