Cheryl Bernard
  • Born: 06/30/1966
  • Age: 49
  • Height: 163cm
  • Weight: 55kg
  • Birthplace: Grande Prairie, Alberta

Cheryl Bernard was the skip of the rink that won the Olympic silver medal at Vancouver 2010. Canada finished the round robin atop the standings with an 8-1 record. After defeating Switzerland in the semifinal, the team lost to defending champion Anette Norberg of Sweden in the gold medal match. Bernard’s rink had won the right to be Team Canada at Vancouver 2010 by defeating 2006 Olympic bronze medallist Shannon Kleibrink in the final of the Roar of the Rings Canadian Curling Trials.

Career Notes

2009-10: Skipped at Roar of the Rings Canadian Curling Trials in Edmonton, Alta (7-1 record) defeating Shannon Kleibrink 7-6 in final. 2008-09: Skipped Team Alberta at Tournament of Hearts in Victoria, B.C. (6-5 record) … Skipped at 2009 Canada Cup, claiming 3rd place (4-3 record). 2007-08: Skipped at 2008 Canada Cup, placing 3rd (5-2 record). 2006-07: Skipped Team Alberta at Tournament of Hearts in Lethbridge, Alta. (7-6 record) … Skipped at 2007 Canada Cup (1-4 record). 2004-05: Skipped at 2005 Canada Cup (0-5 record). 2003-04: Captured gold at 2004 Karuizawa Invitational. 1995-96: Skipped Team Alberta at Tournament of Hearts in Thunder Bay, Ont., clinching runner-up spot (8-5 record). 1992-93: Won gold at 1993 Alberta Mixed, as third for skip Terry Meek, but could not play in Canadian Mixed Championships. 1991-92: Skipped Team Alberta at Tournament of Hearts in Halifax (4-7 record).

Personal

Common-law husband Terry, stepsons Connor and Evan … Started curling at age eight … Works as vice-president, marketing and owner in the insurance industry.

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