|Born||June 19, 1960|
|Curling club|| Deer Lodge CC, |
Assiniboine Memorial CC,
|Brier appearances||2: (1995, 2001)|
| World Championship |
Keith Fenton (born June 19, 1960) is a Canadian curler.
He is a 1995 World Men's championand a 1995 Labatt Brier champion.
|1993–94||Jeff Ryan||Dave Iverson||Keith Fenton||Terry Henry|
|1994–95||Kerry Burtnyk||Jeff Ryan||Rob Meakin||Keith Fenton||Denis Fillion|| Brier 1995 |
|1996–97||Kerry Burtnyk||Jeff Ryan||Rob Meakin||Keith Fenton|
|1997–98||Kerry Burtnyk||Jeff Ryan||Rob Meakin||Keith Fenton||Scott Grant||COCT 1997 (4th)|
|1999–00||Kerry Burtnyk||Jeff Ryan||Rob Meakin||Keith Fenton|
|2000–01||Kerry Burtnyk||Jeff Ryan||Rob Meakin||Keith Fenton||Andy Hick||Brier 2001|
|2001–02||Kerry Burtnyk||Jeff Ryan||Rob Meakin||Keith Fenton||Andy Hick||COCT 2001|
|Kerry Burtnyk||Jeff Ryan||Rob Fowler||Keith Fenton|
|2002–03||Kerry Burtnyk||Jeff Ryan||Rob Fowler||Keith Fenton|
|2003–04||Kerry Burtnyk||Ken Tresoor||Rob Fowler||Keith Fenton||CC 2004 (4th)|
|2004–05||Kerry Burtnyk||Ken Tresoor||Rob Fowler||Keith Fenton||CC 2005 (4th)|
|2005–06||Dave Boehmer||Ken Tresoor||Pat Spiring||Keith Fenton|
|2007–08||Vic Peters||Ken Tresoor||Chris Neufeld||Keith Fenton|
|2008–09||Vic Peters||Ken Tresoor||Chris Neufeld||Keith Fenton|
The 2001 Nokia Brier, Canada's national men's curling championship, was held March 3–11 at the Ottawa Civic Centre in Ottawa, Ontario. It was the very first Brier to be sponsored by Nokia. The theme of the event was the 2001: A Space Odyssey. In the finals, Team Alberta, consisting of skip Randy Ferbey, fourth David Nedohin, second Scott Pfeifer and lead Marcel Rocque would capture their first of four Brier wins as a team. They edged out Team Manitoba skipped by Kerry Burtnyk in the final, 8–4. While the Brier was not unsuccessful, it did end up losing money. The total attendance was 154,136.
Kerry Burtnyk is a Canadian curler from Winnipeg, Manitoba. He grew up in Reston, Manitoba. He is a two time Canadian champion skip, and the 1995 World Champion skip.
Victor Alvin "Vic" Peters was a Canadian curler who was a three-time Manitoba curling champion, and one-time national champion as winner of the 1992 Labatt Brier.
Bradley D. "Brad" Heidt is a Canadian curler from Kerrobert, Saskatchewan. He is a two-time provincial champion.
Daniel J. Carey is a Canadian curler. He is a Canadian former Curling Champion and 4-time Manitoba Provincial Curling Champion. He played third for Vic Peters in 1992, defeating Jim Ursel in the Manitoba Provincial Championship final. The foursome went on to defeat Russ Howard in the 1992 Brier final, becoming the last rookie team to win the Brier until Kevin Koe did it 18 years later (2010). Carey returned to the Brier in 1993, but were eliminated in tiebreakers after a much-contested CCA rule change that cost them their first-place finish after the Round Robin. The 1992 & 1993 Vic Peters team, including Dan Carey, were inducted in the Manitoba Curling Hall of Fame in 2005 The Peters team won the Safeway Select Manitoba Men's Provincial Championship again in 1997, defeating Kerry Burtnyk in the final. They would post an undefeated 11-0 record at the Brier, before falling to Kevin Martin in one of the highest-scoring, most exciting Brier finals in history . Carey retired from curling following the 1999 season, and has since coached daughter Chelsea Carey, skip of the 2011 World Curling Tour Breakthrough Team of the Year.
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Kenneth Tresoor(born November 27, 1966) is a Canadian curler.
Jeffrey Ryan is a Canadian curler.
Robert Meakin is a Canadian curler and curling coach.
Denis Fillion was a Canadian curler from Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Gerry P. Richard is a Canadian curler and curling coach from Kelowna, British Columbia.
Ronald Steinhauer is a Canadian curler.
Donald S. Rudd is a Canadian curler.
Donald J. McKenzie is a Canadian curler, 1989 World Men's champion and 1988 World Men's silver medallist; he is a two-time Brier champion.
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Brent A. Syme is a Canadian curler.
Mark Olson is a Canadian curler. He is a 1981 World Men's bronze medallist and a 1981 Brier champion.
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