Scott Pfeifer

Scott Pfeifer

Scott Pfeifer was a member of the “Ferbey Four” which dominated Canadian men’s curling in the early 2000s, winning four national titles in five years (2001-03, 2005) and reaching the Brier final in 2004.

Lisa Weagle

Lisa Weagle

Lisa Weagle was the lead on the team skipped by Rachel Homan that won gold at the 2017 World Women’s Curling Championship. The team won Canada’s first world title in women’s curling since 2008, ending the country’s longest ever drought.

Joanne Courtney

Joanne Courtney

Joanne Courtney was the second on the team skipped by Rachel Homan that won gold at the 2017 World Women’s Curling Championship. The team won Canada’s first world title in women’s curling since 2008, ending the country’s longest ever drought.

Emma Miskew

Emma Miskew

Emma Miskew was the third on the team skipped by Rachel Homan that won gold at the 2017 World Women’s Curling Championship. The team won Canada’s first world title in women’s curling since 2008, ending the country’s longest ever drought.