Ray Turnbull (curler)
|Competitor for Canada|
|World Curling Championships|
Turnbull, a native of Huntsville, Ontario won the 1965 Brier as the lead for the Terry Braunstein team. The team would finish second to the United States in the World Curling Championships. He was named the all-star lead at both competitions.
In 1981, Turnbull was chief umpire at the World Curling Championships. After the final draw, Turnbull rousted a Global sports reporter for ignoring CBC's television rights. That reporter, Vic Rauter, would become Turnbull's broadcasting partner five years later.
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- Murray McCormick (February 4, 2010). "After 25 years, Ray Turnbull hanging up his curling mic". Regina Leader-Post.
- "Rauter inducted to Curling Hall of Fame". The Sports Network.
- "They'll never forget if you lose to U.S.A". Edmonton Journal. April 6, 2007.
- "Canadian Curling Hall of Fame". Canadian Curling Association. Retrieved February 19, 2010.[dead link]
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