2019–20 curling season

The 2019–20 curling season began in June 2019 and was scheduled to end in May 2020. However, the coronavirus pandemic declared in March 2020 resulted in the cancellation of events and the premature ending of the season.[1]

Note: In events with two genders, the men's tournament winners will be listed before the women's tournament winners.

World Curling Federation eventsEdit

Source:[2]

ChampionshipsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
World Mixed Curling Championship
Aberdeen, Scotland, Oct. 12–19
  Canada (Kurz)   Germany (Kapp)   Norway (Skaga)
Pacific-Asia Curling Championships
Shenzhen, China, Nov. 2–9
  South Korea (Kim)   Japan (Matsumura)   China (Zou)
  China (Han)   Japan (Nakajima)   South Korea (Gim)
European Curling Championships
Helsingborg, Sweden, Nov. 15–23
A   Sweden (Edin)    Switzerland (Schwaller)   Scotland (Paterson)
  Sweden (Hasselborg)   Scotland (Muirhead)    Switzerland (Tirinzoni)
B   Czech Republic (Klíma)   Finland (Pöllänen)   Poland (Jasiecki)
  Italy (Zappone)   Turkey (Yıldız)   Hungary (Palancsa)
World Wheelchair-B Curling Championship
Lohja, Finland, Nov. 27 – Dec. 2
  Canada (Ideson)   Sweden (Petersson-Dahl)   Czech Republic (Selnekovičová)
World Junior-B Curling Championships
Lohja, Finland, Dec. 10–18
  Sweden (Magnusson)   Italy (Colli)   Germany (Totzek)
  Japan (Yamamoto)   Latvia (Barone)   Denmark (Halse)
Youth Olympic Games
Lausanne, Switzerland, Jan. 10–22
MT   Norway (Høstmælingen)   Japan (Maeda)   Russia (Denisenko)
MD   Nagy (HUN) /   Young (CAN)   Beitone (FRA) /   Lysakov (RUS)   Pei (CHN) /   Chabičovský (CZE)
World Junior Curling Championships
Krasnoyarsk, Russia, Feb. 15–22
  Canada (Gauthier)    Switzerland (Hösli)   Scotland (Craik)
  Canada (Zacharias)   South Korea (Kim)   Russia (Rumiantseva)
World Wheelchair Curling Championship
Wetzikon, Switzerland, Feb. 29 – Mar. 7
  Russia (Kurokhtin)   Canada (Ideson)   Sweden (Petersson-Dahl)
World Women's Curling Championship
Prince George, Canada, Mar. 14–22
Cancelled[3][4]
World Men's Curling Championship
Glasgow, Scotland, Mar. 28 – Apr. 5
Cancelled[5][6]
World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship
Kelowna, Canada, Apr. 18–25
Cancelled[7][8]
World Senior Curling Championships
Kelowna, Canada, Apr. 18–25
Cancelled[7][8]
European Curling Championships
Ljubljana, Slovenia, Apr. 28 – May 5
Cancelled[9]

Qualification eventsEdit

Event Qualifiers
Americas Challenge
Eveleth, Minnesota, Nov. 28–30
  United States
  United States
World Mixed Doubles Qualification Event
Howwood, Scotland, Dec. 2–7
  China
  Germany
  Italy
  South Korea
World Qualification Event
Lohja, Finland, Jan. 13–18
  China
  Russia
  Italy
  South Korea

Curling Canada eventsEdit

Source:[10]

ChampionshipsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Canadian Mixed Curling Championship
Saguenay, Quebec, Nov. 3–9
  Quebec (Roy)   New Brunswick (Odishaw)   Northwest Territories (Koe)
Canadian Curling Club Championships
Leduc, Alberta, Nov. 25–30
  Ontario (Moffatt)   Quebec (Gibeau)   Northern Ontario (Mikkelsen)
  Alberta (Dupont)   Nova Scotia (Phillips)   Quebec (Néron)
Canadian Junior Curling Championships
Langley, British Columbia, Jan. 18–26
  Manitoba 2 (Gauthier)   Newfoundland and Labrador (Bruce)   Saskatchewan (Kleiter)
  Manitoba (Zacharias)   Alberta (Marks)   Nova Scotia (Stevens)
Scotties Tournament of Hearts
Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Feb. 15–23
  Manitoba (Einarson)   Ontario (Homan)   Wild Card (Jones)
Tim Hortons Brier
Kingston, Ontario, Feb. 28 – Mar. 8
  Newfoundland and Labrador (Gushue)   Alberta (Bottcher)   Saskatchewan (Dunstone)
CCAA/Curling Canada College Curling Championships
Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Mar. 11–15
  Concordia Thunder (van Amsterdam)   Humber Hawks (Shurtleff)   Fanshawe Falcons (Richard)
  Douglas Royals (MacMillan)   Humber Hawks (Jones)   Red Deer Queens (Vincent)
U Sports/Curling Canada University Curling Championships
Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Mar. 11–15
  Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks (Hall)   Dalhousie Tigers (Manuel)   Alberta Golden Bears (Sturmay)
  Alberta Pandas (Sturmay)   UNB Reds (Comeau)   Queen's Golden Gaels (Fay)
Canadian Senior Curling Championships
Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Mar. 16–22
Postponed indefinitely[11]
Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Championship
Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Mar. 17–22
Postponed indefinitely[11]
Canadian Under-18 Boys and Girls Curling Championships
Sudbury, Ontario, Apr. 21–26
Postponed indefinitely[12]
Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship
Boucherville, Quebec, Apr. 25–30
Postponed indefinitely[11]

Other eventsEdit

Event Winner Runner-up
Canada Cup
Leduc, Alberta, Nov. 27 – Dec. 1
  John Epping   Kevin Koe
  Rachel Homan   Tracy Fleury
Continental Cup
London, Ontario, Jan. 9–12
  Team Europe   Team Canada

Provincial and territorial playdownsEdit

Province/
territory
Men Women
Event Champion Runner-up Event Champion Runner-up
  Alberta
Okotoks, Jan. 22 – 26 (Women's)
Westlock, Feb. 5 – 9 (Men's)
Boston Pizza Cup Brendan Bottcher Karsten Sturmay Alberta Scotties Laura Walker Kelsey Rocque
  British Columbia
Cranbrook, Jan. 28 – Feb. 2
BC Men's Championship Jim Cotter Tyler Tardi British Columbia Scotties Corryn Brown Sarah Wark
  Manitoba
Rivers, Jan. 29 – Feb. 2 (Women's)
Winnipeg, Feb. 5 – 9 (Men's)
Viterra Championship Jason Gunnlaugson Mike McEwen Manitoba Scotties Kerri Einarson Jennifer Jones
  New Brunswick
Rothesay, Jan. 23 – 26 (Women's)
Fredericton, Jan. 29 – Feb. 2 (Men's)
New Brunswick Tankard James Grattan Jason Roach New Brunswick Scotties Andrea Crawford Sylvie Quillian
  Newfoundland and Labrador
St. John's, Jan. 11 – 15 (Women's);
Jan. 28 – Feb. 2 (Men's)
Newfoundland and
Labrador Tankard
Brad Gushue Trent Skanes Newfoundland and
Labrador Scotties
Erica Curtis Mackenzie Mitchell
  Northern Ontario
New Liskeard, Jan. 29 – Feb. 2
Northern Ontario Men's
Provincial Championship
Brad Jacobs Mike Badiuk Northern Ontario Scotties Krista McCarville Krysta Burns
  Northwest Territories
Hay River, Jan. 9 – 12 (Women's);
Jan. 30 – Feb. 3 (Men's)
Northwest Territories
Men's Championship
Jamie Koe Glen Hudy Northwest
Territories Scotties
Kerry Galusha Sarah Stroeder
  Nova Scotia
Dartmouth, Jan. 20 – 26
Deloitte Tankard Jamie Murphy Kendal Thompson Nova Scotia Scotties Mary-Anne Arsenault Colleen Jones
  Nunavut
Iqaluit, Dec. 6 – 8 (Men's)
Brier Playdowns[13] Jake Higgs Dave St. Louis
Wade Kingdon
Lori Eddy
  Ontario
Cornwall, Jan. 27 – Feb. 2
Ontario Tankard John Epping Glenn Howard Ontario Scotties Rachel Homan Hollie Duncan
  Prince Edward Island
Montague, Jan. 8 – 12
Prince Edward
Island Tankard
Bryan Cochrane Philip Gorveatt
Eddie MacKenzie
Prince Edward
Island Scotties
Suzanne Birt Veronica Smith
  Quebec
Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, Jan. 19 – 26
Quebec Tankard Alek Bédard Vincent Roberge Quebec Scotties Noémie Verreault Laurie St-Georges
  Saskatchewan
Melville, Jan. 24 – 28 (Women's);
Jan. 29 – Feb. 2 (Men's)
SaskTel Tankard Matt Dunstone Kirk Muyres Saskatchewan Scotties Robyn Silvernagle Sherry Anderson
  Yukon
Whitehorse, Jan. 24 – 26
Yukon Men's Championship Thomas Scoffin Pat Paslawski Hailey Birnie

National championshipsEdit

DenmarkEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Danish Men's Curling Championship[14]
Hvidovre, Feb. 29–Mar. 1
Tobias Thune Rasmus Stjerne Ulrik Schmidt
Danish Women's Curling Championship[15]
Hvidovre, Feb. 28–Mar. 1
Mathilde Halse Madeleine Dupont Helle Eeg Hansen
Danish Mixed Doubles Curling Championship
Esbjerg, Mar. 14–16

JapanEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Japan Men's Curling Championship[16]
Karuizawa, Nagano, Feb. 8–16
  Yuta Matsumura   Yusuke Morozumi   Tsuyoshi Yamaguchi
Japan Women's Curling Championship[16]
Karuizawa, Nagano, Feb. 8–16
  Satsuki Fujisawa   Seina Nakajima   Sayaka Yoshimura
Japan Mixed Doubles Curling Championship[17]
Sapporo, Hokkaido, Feb. 25–Mar. 1
  Chiaki Matsumura /   Yasumasa Tanida   Satsuki Fujisawa /   Tsuyoshi Yamaguchi   Chinami Yoshida / Tetsuro Shimizu

RussiaEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Russian Mixed Doubles Curling Championship
Krasnoyarsk, Feb. 24–Mar. 1
  Anastasia Moskaleva / Alexander Eremin   Alina Kovaleva / Alexey Timofeev   Daria Styoksova / Mikhail Vaskov

ScotlandEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Scottish Men's Curling Championship[18]
Perth, Feb. 10–15
Bruce Mouat Glen Muirhead Ross Paterson
Scottish Women's Curling Championship[18]
Perth, Feb. 10–15
Eve Muirhead Maggie Wilson Beth Farmer
Scottish Mixed Doubles Curling Championship[19]
Perth, Feb. 27–Mar. 1
Jennifer Dodds / Bruce Mouat Gina Aitken / Scott Andrews Eve Muirhead / Bobby Lammie

South KoreaEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Korean National Men's Curling Championship[20]
PyeongChang, Jul. 6–11
Kim Chang-min Kim Soo-hyuk Jeong Yeong Seok
Korean National Women's Curling Championship[21]
PyeongChang, Jul. 6–11
Gim Un-chi Kim Min-ji Kim Kyeong-ae

SwedenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Swedish Men's Curling Championship[22]
Jönköping, Feb. 6–10
Niklas Edin Daniel Magnusson Alexander Lindström
Andreas Andersteg
Swedish Women's Curling Championship[23]
Jönköping, Feb. 6–10
Anna Hasselborg Tova Sundberg Isabella Wranå
Swedish Mixed Doubles Curling Championship[24]
Sundbyberg, Feb. 27–Mar. 1
Agnes Knochenhauer / Rasmus Wranå Johanna Heldin / Kristian Lindström Monika Wranå / Mats Wranå

SwitzerlandEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Swiss Men's Curling Championship[25]
Thun, Feb. 8–16
  Yannick Schwaller   Peter de Cruz   Jan Klossner
Swiss Women's Curling Championship[26]
Thun, Feb. 9–15
  Elena Stern   Silvana Tirinzoni   Binia Feltscher
Swiss Mixed Doubles Curling Championship[27]
Aarau, Feb. 26–Mar. 1
  Jenny Perret / Martin Rios   Melanie Barbezat / Peter de Cruz   Alina Pätz / Sven Michel

United StatesEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
United States Men's Curling Championship[28]
Cheney, Washington, Feb. 8–15
  John Shuster   Rich Ruohonen   Chase Sinnett
United States Women's Curling Championship[29]
Cheney, Washington, Feb. 8–15
  Tabitha Peterson   Jamie Sinclair   Ariel Traxler
United States Mixed Doubles Curling Championship[30]
Bemidji, Minnesota, Feb. 27–Mar. 1
  Tabitha Peterson / Joe Polo   Cory Christensen / John Shuster   Sarah Anderson / Korey Dropkin

World Curling TourEdit

TeamsEdit

See: List of teams on the 2019–20 World Curling Tour

Grand Slam events in bold. Note: More events may be posted as time progresses.

Men's eventsEdit

Source:[31]

Week Event Winning skip Runner-up skip Purse (CAD) Winner's share (CAD) SFM
1 Morioka City Mens Memorial Cup[32]
Morioka, Japan, Jun. 15–16
  Ryo Ogihara   Tsuyoshi Yamaguchi ¥ 195,000 ¥ 80,000 1.8474[33]
2 Hokkaido Bank Curling Classic[34]
Hokkaido, Japan, Aug. 1–4
  Yuta Matsumura   Scott McDonald ¥ 1,700,000 ¥ 1,000,000 5.3138[35]
3 ADVICS Cup[36]
Kitami, Japan, Aug. 9–12
  Yusuke Morozumi   Park Jong-duk ¥ 1,700,000 ¥ 1,000,000 4.2413[37]
5 Baden Masters[38]
Baden, Switzerland, Aug. 23–25
  Yannick Schwaller   Niklas Edin CHF 33,000 CHF 11,000 6.8850[39]
Cargill Curling Training Centre Icebreaker[40]
Morris, Manitoba, Aug. 23–25
  Jason Gunnlaugson   Ty Dilello $7,840 $2,230 3.8067[41]
6 Cameron's Brewing Oakville Fall Classic[42]
Oakville, Ontario, Aug. 30–Sept. 2
  Yannick Schwaller   Kim Chang-min $16,000 $3,500 6.4893[43]
7 Stu Sells Oakville Tankard[44]
Oakville, Ontario, Sept. 5–8
  John Epping   Matt Dunstone $26,000 $7,500 9.6457[45]
8 AMJ Campbell Shorty Jenkins Classic[46]
Cornwall, Ontario, Sept. 10–15
  John Epping   Brad Jacobs $59,000 $15,000 11.5625[47]
Goldline US Open of Curling - Contender Round[48]
Blaine, Minnesota, Sept. 13–15
  Scott Dunnam   Jordan Chandler $12,500 (US) $1,800 (US) 2.4611[49]
King Cash Spiel[50]
Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Sept. 13–15
  Sean Geall   Jim Cotter $11,500 $4,500 2.6409[51]
9 Beyer & Simonson US Open of Curling - Championships[52]
Blaine, Minnesota, Sept. 19–22
  Rich Ruohonen   Korey Dropkin $11,400 (US) $5,320 (US) 3.3160[53]
KW Fall Classic[54]
Waterloo, Ontario, Sept. 19–22
  Yusuke Morozumi   Wayne Tuck Jr. $8,400 $2,000 3.5920[55]
Mother Club Fall Curling Classic[56]
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Sept. 19–22
  Jason Gunnlaugson   Tanner Horgan $10,000 $2,500 4.4685[57]
Cabot Spiel[58]
St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Sept. 21–22
  Colin Thomas   Jeff Thomas $4,000 $2,400 1.5998[59]
The Good Times Bonspiel[60]
Calgary Alberta, Sept. 20–22
  Daylan Vavrek   Cole Adams $3,600 $1,000 2.1977[61]
Obihiro Ice Gold Cup[62]
Obihiro, Japan, Sept. 20–22
  Kantaro Kawano   Shingo Usui ¥ 950,000 ¥ 500,000 1.6019[63]
10 Moosehead Fall Open[64]
Ottawa, Ontario, Sept. 26–29
  Tsuyoshi Yamaguchi   Michael Fournier $11,600 $2,400 2.9292[65]
The Curling Store Cashspiel[66]
Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia, Sept. 27–29
  Stuart Thompson   Kendal Thompson $5,250 $3,600 2.6437[67]
Tallinn Men's International Challenger[68]
Tallinn, Estonia, Sept. 27–29
  Jermu Pöllänen   Martins Truksans 3,000 1,200 1.8683[69]
11 WCT Uiseong International Curling Cup[70]
Uiseong, South Korea, Sept. 30–Oct. 3
  Mike McEwen   John Shuster 55,000,000 25,000,000 6.3863[71]
Swiss Cup Basel[72]
Basel, Switzerland, Oct. 3–6
  Peter de Cruz   Ross Paterson CHF 38,000 CHF 12,000 6.5337[73]
Stu Sells Toronto Tankard[74]
Toronto, Ontario, Oct. 3–7
  Brad Jacobs   Kevin Koe $38,000 $12,000 7.8155[75]
Prestige Hotels & Resorts Curling Classic[76]
Vernon, British Columbia, Oct. 3–6
  Tyler Tardi   Jim Cotter $18,000 $4,000 3.0952[77]
Avonair Cash Spiel[78]
Edmonton, Alberta, Oct. 3–6
  Jeremy Harty   Ryan Jacques $12,000 $3,400 3.3187[79]
Let's Cure Lupus St. Paul Cash Spiel[80]
St. Paul, Minnesota, Oct. 4–6
  Rich Ruohonen   Todd Birr $12,000 (US) $4,000 (US) 2.4695[81]
Manitoba Curling Tour Classic[82]
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Oct. 3–6
  Tanner Horgan   Corey Chambers $9,000 $2,000 3.2315[83]
Saskatoon Nutana Cash[84]
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Oct. 4–6
  Shaun Meachem   Brent Gedak $9,500 $3,000 2.6250[85]
12 Driving Force Decks Int'l Abbotsford Cashspiel[86]
Abbotsford, British Columbia, Oct. 11–14
  Yuta Matsumura   Jason Montgomery $22,800 $6,000 2.8344[87]
La Classique Ville de Lévis[88]
Lévis, Quebec, Oct. 11–14
  Vincent Roberge   Martin Crête $8,000 $2,200 2.2896[89]
McKee Homes Fall Curling Classic[90]
Airdrie, Alberta, Oct. 12–14
  Jeremy Harty   Sergei Glukhov $12,800 $3,400 2.6415[91]
Bud Light Men's Cash Spiel[92]
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Oct. 11–14
  Chad Stevens   Brent MacDougall $6,400 $1,750 2.0851[93]
Kalamazoo Men's Classic[94]
Kalamazoo, Michigan, Oct. 11–13
  Dale Kelly   Rick Law $3,300 (US) $1,500 (US) 1.3279[95]
Moosehead Classic Open[96]
Ottawa, Ontario, Oct. 12–14
  Jason Camm   Greg Balsdon $5,500 $1,600 2.0125[97]
13 Curling Masters Champéry[98]
Champéry, Switzerland, Oct. 17–20
  Jaap van Dorp   Thomas Ulsrud CHF 35,000 CHF 10,000 6.2775[99]
Medicine Hat Charity Classic[100]
Medicine Hat, Alberta, Oct. 18–21
  Karsten Sturmay   Jason Gunnlaugson $35,000 $10,000 6.1975[101]
Steele Cup Cash[102]
Fredericton, New Brunswick, Oct. 17–20
  Scott Jones   Jamie Murphy $5,500 $2,400 1.8682[103]
Stroud Sleeman Cash Spiel[104]
Stroud, Ontario, Oct. 17–20
  Sandy MacEwan   Jason Camm $14,000 $3,800 3.1408[105]
14 Masters[106]
North Bay, Ontario, Oct. 22–27
  Matt Dunstone   Brad Gushue $150,000 $35,000 12.1055[107]
Atlantic Superstore Monctonian Challenge[108]
Moncton, New Brunswick, Oct. 25–27
  Scott Jones   Ed Cyr $11,200 $3,100 2.5365[109]
Kamloops Crown of Curling[110]
Kamloops, British Columbia, Oct. 25–27
  Yuta Matsumura   Tyler Tardi $16,000 $5,000 3.0568[111]
Atkins Curling Supplies Classic[112]
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Oct. 25–28
  Braden Calvert   Korey Dropkin $12,300 $3,500 3.4547[113]
Blazing Leaves[114]
Bridgeport, Connecticut, Oct. 24–27
  Robert Kwan   Stephen Imes $4,600 (US) $1,400 (US) 1.3129[115]
Latvia International Challenger[116]
Tukums, Latvia, Oct. 24–27
  Daniel Magnusson   Lucien Lottenbach 3,000 1,400 1.7934[117]
Moose Jaw Cash Spiel[118]
Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Oct. 25–27
  Brent Gedak   Brady Kendel $6,800 $1,905 1.9992[119]
15 DeKalb Superspiel[120]
Morris, Manitoba, Nov. 1–4
  Tanner Horgan   Mike McEwen $33,800 $9,900 5.2526[121]
Dave Jones Alexander Keiths Mayflower Cash Spiel[122]
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Nov. 1–3
  Vincent Roberge   Stuart Thompson $20,000 $4,000 3.9406[123]
Grand Prix Bern Inter Curling Challenge[124]
Bern, Switzerland, Nov. 1–3
  Joël Retornaz   Ross Whyte CHF 18,100 CHF 5,000 3.9999[125]
Challenge Nord-Ouest Air Creebec[126]
Laval, Quebec, Nov. 1–3
  Mark Homan   Gerry Savoie $12,500 $3,100 1.9065[127]
16 Kioti Tractor Tour Challenge Tier 1[128]
Westville Road, Nova Scotia, Nov. 5–10
  Brad Jacobs   Brad Gushue $120,000 $30,000 10.8113[129]
Kioti Tractor Tour Challenge Tier 2[130]
Westville Road, Nova Scotia, Nov. 5–10
  Korey Dropkin   Tanner Horgan $50,000 $10,000 6.3000[131]
Original 16 WCT Bonspiel[132]
Calgary, Alberta, Nov. 8–10
  Jeremy Harty   Daylan Vavrek $25,000 $6,200 3.6858[133]
Raymond James Kelowna Double Cash[134]
Kelowna, British Columbia, Nov. 9–11
  Daniel Wenzek   Jeff Richard $25,000 $5,500 2.7641[135]
Prague Classic[136]
Prague, Czech Republic, Nov. 7–10
  Ross Whyte   Borys Jasiecki 15,500 5,000 2.4799[137]
Carberry King Spud Classic - Berth Spiel[138]
Carberry, Manitoba, Nov. 8–10
  Steve Irwin   Jordan Smith $6,500 $2,000 2.0268[139]
Regina Highland Cashspiel[140]
Regina, Saskatchewan, Nov. 8-10
  Jason Jacobson   Brad Heidt $8,000 $3,030 2.6090[141]
COMCO Cash Spiel[142]
Innisfil, Ontario, Nov. 8-10
  Richard Krell   Cory Heggestad $12,000 $3,000 2.5400[143]
17 Stu Sells 1824 Halifax Classic[144]
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Nov. 14–17
  Glenn Howard   Jamie Murphy $35,000 $11,000 5.1071[145]
Red Deer Curling Classic[146]
Red Deer, Alberta, Nov. 15–18
  James Pahl   Tyler Tardi $35,000 $10,000 5.1825[147]
18 Ashley HomeStore Curling Classic[148]
Penticton, British Columbia, Nov. 22–25
  Brendan Bottcher   Mike McEwen $84,000 $20,000 9.5000[149]
The Sunova Spiel at East St. Paul[150]
East St. Paul, Manitoba, Nov. 22–25
  Sean Grassie   Corey Chambers $10,500 $2,900 3.4646[151]
Challenge Casino de Charlevoix[152]
Clermont, Quebec, Nov. 21–24
  Scott McDonald   Vincent Roberge $27,000 $8,000 4.2546[153]
Black Diamond / High River Cash[154]
Black Diamond, Alberta & High River, Alberta, Nov. 22–24
  Zou Qiang   Jeremy Harty $7,100 $2,000 2.2495[155]
19 Home Hardware Canada Cup[156]
Leduc, Alberta, Nov. 27–Dec. 1
  John Epping   Kevin Koe $265,000 $40,000 11.6853[157]
College Clean Restoration Curling Classic[158]
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Nov. 29–Dec. 2
  Jeremy Harty   Bruce Korte $24,200 $6,000 5.2107[159]
Curl Mesabi Classic[160]
Eveleth, Minnesota, Nov. 29–Dec. 1
  Korey Dropkin   Rich Ruohonen $14,000 (US) $5,315 3.5571[161]
Brantford Nissan Classic[162]
Paris, Ontario, Nov. 29–Dec. 1
  Wayne Tuck Jr.   Codey Maus $16,000 $5,000 3.7534[163]
Thistle Integrity Stakes[164]
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Nov. 29–Dec. 2
  Sean Grassie   Steve Irwin $4,800 $1,300 2.2539[165]
20 Jim Sullivan Curling Classic[166]
Saint John, New Brunswick, Dec. 6–8
  James Grattan   Scott Jones $15,300 $5,000 2.6670[167]
Changan Ford International Curling Elite[168]
Xining, Qinghai, China Dec. 5–10
  Rich Ruohonen   Jaap van Dorp 225,000 (CNY) 120,000 (CNY) 4.5563[169]
MCT Championships[170]
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Dec. 6–8
  Ryan Wiebe   Dennis Bohn $6,000 $2,400 3.1500[171]
Farmers Edge SCT[172]
Wadena, Saskatchewan, Dec. 6–8
  Shaun Meachem   Glen Muirhead $13,000 $5,000 2.4941[173]
21 Boost National[174]
Conception Bay South, Newfoundland and Labrador, Dec. 10–15
  Brad Jacobs   Niklas Edin $150,000 $35,000 12.1055[175]
China Open[176]
Tianjin, China Dec. 13–17
  Kim Chang-min   Korey Dropkin 250,000 (CNY) 40,000 (CNY) 4.6406[177]
Dumfries Challenger Series[178]
Dumfries, Scotland, Dec. 12–15
  Ross Whyte   Lucien Lottenbach 7,500 4,000 3.1064[179]
22 Karuizawa International[180]
Karuizawa, Japan, Dec. 19–22
  Yuta Matsumura   Niklas Edin ¥ 4,000,000 ¥ 1,300,000 4.8050[181]
Schweizer Cup[182]
Biel, Switzerland, Dec. 19–22
  Peter de Cruz   Lucien Lottenbach CHF 11,000 CHF 5,000 3.5994[183]
24 Mercure Perth Masters[184]
Perth, Scotland, Jan. 2–5
  Bruce Mouat   Mike McEwen £ 17,000 £ 7,000 7.0137[185]
Centennial Spiel[186]
St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Jan. 2–5
  Trent Skanes   Andrew Symonds $6,000 $2,400 1.3713[187]
KKP Classic[188]
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Jan. 3–5
  Daniel Birchard   Corey Chambers $5,500 $2,000 2.9823[189]
Vic Open Assurances Jean Gamache[190]
Quebec, Quebec, Jan. 3–5
  Vincent Roberge   Benoit Gagne $3,500 $1,000 1.8922[191]
25 Ed Werenich Golden Wrench Classic presented by The Lodge Sasquatch Kitchen[192]
Tempe, Arizona, Jan. 9–12
  Jason Gunnlaugson   Rich Ruohonen $22,000 (US) $8,000 (US) 4.9626[193]
Keijinkai Rizing Cup[194]
Miyota, Japan, Jan. 11–13
  Tsuyoshi Yamaguchi   Junpei Kanda ¥ 1,000,000 ¥ 500,000 1.5164[195]
26 Meridian Canadian Open[196]
Yorkton, Saskatchewan, Jan. 14–19
  Brad Jacobs   John Epping $150,000 $35,000 12.066[197]
29 Moscow Classic[198]
Moscow, Russia, Feb. 4–7
  Joël Retornaz   Sixten Totzek $10,000 (US) $5,316 1.4480[199]
Red Square Classic[200]
Moscow, Russia, Feb. 8–10
  Aleksandr Kirikov   Alexey Timofeev $10,000 (US) $5,316 1.4818[201]
34 Aberdeen International Curling Championship[202]
Aberdeen, Scotland, Mar. 12–15
  Yannick Schwaller   Ross Paterson £ 9,100 £ 2,500 4.8487[203]
35 Avonair Tour Spring Fling[204]
Edmonton, Alberta, Mar. 20–22
Cancelled[205][206]
36 Alberta Tour Windup[207]
Beaumont, Alberta, Mar. 26–29
Cancelled[205][207]
38 Princess Auto Players' Championship[208]
Toronto, Ontario, Apr. 7–12
Cancelled[209]
41 Humpty's Champions Cup[210]
Olds, Alberta, Apr. 29–May 3
Cancelled[209]
44 Arctic Cup Dudinka
Dudinka, Russia, May 21–25
Postponed[211]

Women's eventsEdit

Source:[212]

Week Event Winning skip Runner-up skip Purse (CAD) Winner's share (CAD) SFM
1 Morioka City Womens Memorial Cup[213]
Morioka, Japan, Jun. 29–30
  Tori Koana[214]   Risa Tsujimura ¥ 160,000 ¥ 80,000
2 Hokkaido Bank Curling Classic[215]
Hokkaido, Japan, Aug. 1–4
  Jiang Yilun   Satsuki Fujisawa ¥ 1,700,000 ¥ 1,000,000 5.9231[216]
3 ADVICS Cup[217]
Kitami, Japan, Aug. 9–12
  Satsuki Fujisawa   Mei Jie ¥ 1,700,000 ¥ 1,000,000 5.3625[218]
5 Cargill Curling Training Centre Icebreaker[219]
Morris, Manitoba, Aug. 23–25
  Tracy Fleury   Tori Koana $7,480 $2,230 4.8419[220]
6 Cameron's Brewing Oakville Fall Classic[221]
Oakville, Ontario, Aug. 30–Sept. 2
  Eve Muirhead   Silvana Tirinzoni $11,500 $3,000 7.2265[222]
7 Stu Sells Oakville Tankard[223]
Oakville, Ontario, Sept. 5–8
  Anna Hasselborg   Anna Sidorova $36,000 $8,000 8.3979[224]
8 AMJ Campbell Shorty Jenkins Classic[225]
Cornwall, Ontario, Sept. 10–15
  Jennifer Jones   Tracy Fleury $34,500 $10,000 9.3749[226]
Booster Juice Shoot-Out[227]
Edmonton, Alberta Sept. 12–15
  Kerri Einarson   Chelsea Carey $32,000 $8,000 7.7135[228]
King Cash Spiel[229]
Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Sept. 13–15
  Kristen Ryan   Sarah Daniels $7,000 $3,000 2.5131[230]
Obihiro Ice Gold Cup[231]
Obihiro, Japan, Sept. 13–14
  Misaki Tanaka   Mizuki Hara ¥ 950,000 ¥ 500,000 2.4375[232]
9 Beyer & Simonson US Open of Curling - Championships[233]
Blaine, Minnesota, Sept. 19–22
  Nina Roth   Cassie Potter $6,500 (US) $3,990 (US) 2.7193[234]
KW Fall Classic[235]
Waterloo, Ontario, Sept. 19–22
  Gim Un-chi   Megan Balsdon $11,300 $3,000 5.0229[236]
Mother Club Fall Curling Classic[237]
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Sept. 19–22
  Laura Walker   Theresa Cannon $6,000 $2,000 3.5175[238]
Cabot Spiel[239]
St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Sept. 20–22
  Heather Strong   Stacie Curtis $2,400 $1,200
The Good Times Bonspiel[240]
Calgary Alberta, Sept. 20–22
  Kayla Skrlik   Alina Kovaleva $3,600 $1,000 2.5358[241]
10 Colonial Square Ladies Classic[242]
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Sept. 27-30
  Rachel Homan   Tracy Fleury $30,000 $7,500 7.0328[243]
The Curling Store Cashspiel[244]
Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia, Sept. 27–29
  Mary-Anne Arsenault   Jill Brothers $5,350 $2,100 2.6631[245]
11 WCT Uiseong International Curling Cup[246]
Uiseong, South Korea, Sept. 30–Oct. 3
  Tabitha Peterson   Kim Kyeong-ae 55,000,000 25,000,000 6.5325[247]
Prestige Hotels & Resorts Curling Classic[248]
Vernon, British Columbia, Oct. 3–6
  Kelsey Rocque   Chelsea Carey $31,500 $7,000 5.2827[249]
Paf Masters Tour[250]
Åland, Finland, Oct. 3–6
  Isabella Wranå   Irene Schori 18,000 8,000 3.7240[251]
Stu Sells Toronto Tankard[252]
Toronto, Ontario, Oct. 3–6
  Kira Brunton   Cathy Auld $17,000 $5,000 4.7916[253]
Avonair Cash Spiel[254]
Edmonton, Alberta, Oct. 3–6
  Marla Sherrer   Kaitlin Stubbs $10,000 $3,000 3.1050[255]
Let's Cure Lupus St. Paul Cash Spiel[256]
St. Paul, Minnesota, Oct. 4–6
  Cora Farrell   Kim Rhyme $6,000 (US) $1,600 (US) 2.0747[257]
Manitoba Curling Tour Classic[258]
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Oct. 3–6
  Meghan Walter   Abby Ackland $5,400 $2,000 2.4366[259]
Regina Callie Rockoberfest[260]
Regina, Saskatchewan, Oct. 4–6
  Lorraine Schneider   Rae Ann Williamson $6,400 $2,000 2.6325[261]
12 Curlers Corner Autumn Gold Curling Classic[262]
Calgary, Alberta, Oct. 11–14
  Kerri Einarson   Cheryl Bernard $44,000 $12,000 9.7701[263]
Women's Masters Basel[264]
Basel, Switzerland, Oct. 11-13
  Silvana Tirinzoni   Isabella Wranå CHF 32,000 CHF 10,000 5.6438[265]
Driving Force Decks Int'l Abbotsford Cashspiel[266]
Abbotsford, British Columbia, Oct. 11–14
  Corryn Brown   Brette Richards $15,800 $4,000 2.7380[267]
New Scotland Clothing Ladies Cashspiel[268]
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Oct. 11-14
  Mary Mattatall   Tanya Hilliard $5,000 $1,750 2.8896[269]
13 Canad Inns Women's Classic[270]
Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Oct. 17–20
  Elena Stern   Rachel Homan $60,000 $15,000 11.3952[271]
Medicine Hat Charity Classic[272]
Medicine Hat, Alberta, Oct. 18–21
  Kayla Skrlik   Wang Meini $24,000 $6,000 2.7424[273]
Steele Cup Cash[274]
Fredericton, New Brunswick, Oct. 17–20
  Andrea Crawford   Sylvie Quillian $3,000 $1,200
Stroud Sleeman Cash Spiel[275]
Stroud, Ontario, Oct. 17–20
  Julie Tippin   Krista McCarville $10,500 $3,300 3.0729[276]
14 Masters[277]
North Bay, Ontario, Oct. 22–27
  Tracy Fleury   Sayaka Yoshimura $150,000 $35,000 12.0416[278]
Atlantic Superstore Monctonian Challenge[279]
Moncton, New Brunswick, Oct. 25–27
  Andrea Crawford   Suzanne Birt $10,000 $2,600 3.1081[280]
Kamloops Crown of Curling[281]
Kamloops, British Columbia, Oct. 25–27
  Corryn Brown   Han Siyu $9,950 $4,000 2.9597[282]
Gord Carroll Curling Classic[283]
Whitby, Ontario, Oct. 25–27
  Irene Schori   Julie Hastings $15,100 $4,500 4.5777[284]
Atkins Curling Supplies Classic[285]
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Oct. 25–28
  Abby Ackland   Beth Peterson $6,200 $2,600 2.5867[286]
Latvia International Challenger[287]
Tukums, Latvia, Oct. 24–27
  Maia Ramsfjell   Iveta Staša-Šaršūne 3,000 1,400 1.7072[288]
Highland SWCT Event[289]
Regina, Saskatchewan, Oct. 25–27
  Penny Barker   Sherry Anderson $6,300 $1,700 2.4699[290]
15 DeKalb Superspiel[291]
Morris, Manitoba, Nov. 1–4
  Laura Walker   Mackenzie Zacharias $26,700 $8,300 4.5594[292]
Royal LePage Women's Fall Classic[293]
Kemptville, Ontario, Oct. 31–Nov. 3
  Isabella Wranå   Krista McCarville $21,000 $6,000 4.6406[294]
Dave Jones Stanhope Simpson Insurance Mayflower Cashspiel[295]
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Nov. 1–3
  Tori Koana   Theresa Breen $7,500 $3,000 2.8595[296]
Tallinn Ladies International Challenger[297]
Tallinn, Estonia, Nov. 1–3
  Marie Turmann   Nora Wüest 4,000 1,200 2.3365[298]
Saskatoon Nutana SWCT Event[299]
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Nov. 1–3
  Penny Barker   Jane Tisdale $7,200 $1,500 2.7514[300]
16 Kioti Tractor Tour Challenge Tier 1[301]
Westville Road, Nova Scotia, Nov. 5–10
  Anna Hasselborg   Kerri Einarson $120,000 $30,000 10.9275[302]
Kioti Tractor Tour Challenge Tier 2[303]
Westville Road, Nova Scotia, Nov. 5–10
  Kim Min-ji   Jestyn Murphy $50,000 $10,000 6.0375[304]
Sunset Ranch Kelowna Double Cash[305]
Kelowna, British Columbia, Nov. 9–11
  Tori Koana   Nicky Kaufman $9,000 $3,000 2.8001[306]
17 Red Deer Curling Classic[307]
Red Deer, Alberta, Nov. 15–18
  Jamie Sinclair   Brette Richards $35,000 $10,000 6.4714[308]
18 Boundary Ford Curling Classic[309]
Lloydminster, Saskatchewan, Nov. 22–25
  Kim Min-ji   Gim Un-chi $27,000 $8,000 5.2567[310]
Tim Hortons Spitfire Arms Cash Spiel[311]
Windsor, Nova Scotia, Nov. 22–24
  Suzanne Birt   Sylvie Quillian $14,000 $4,000 3.5595[312]
The Sunova Spiel at East St. Paul[313]
East St. Paul, Manitoba, Nov. 22–25
  Mackenzie Zacharias   Darcy Robertson $7,300 $2,900 2.9328[314]
19 Home Hardware Canada Cup[315]
Leduc, Alberta, Nov. 27–Dec. 1
  Rachel Homan   Tracy Fleury $265,000 $40,000 11.1447[316]
Curl Mesabi Classic[317]
Eveleth, Minnesota, Nov. 29–Dec. 1
  Krista McCarville   Laura Walker $16,000 (US) $6,644 4.3468[318]
Part II Bistro Ladies Classic[319]
Wingham, Ontario, Nov. 29–Dec. 1
  Katelyn Wasylkiw   Jestyn Murphy $10,000 $3,000 3.7125[320]
20 Jim Sullivan Curling Classic[321]
Saint John, New Brunswick, Dec. 6–8
  Gim Un-chi   Suzanne Birt $8,250 $2,000 2.5792[322]
Changan Ford International Curling Elite[323]
Xining, Qinghai, China Dec. 5–10
  Alina Kovaleva   Kim Eun-jung 225,000 (CNY) 120,000 (CNY) 4.2469[324]
21 Boost National[325]
Conception Bay South, Newfoundland and Labrador, Dec. 10–15
  Anna Hasselborg   Jennifer Jones $150,000 $35,000 11.8711[326]
China Open[327]
Tianjin, China Dec. 13–17
  Alina Kovaleva   Corryn Brown 250,000 (CNY) 40,000 (CNY) 4.6969[328]
22 Karuizawa International[329]
Karuizawa, Japan, Dec. 19–22
  Anna Sidorova   Satsuki Fujisawa ¥ 4,000,000 ¥ 1,300,000 5.7750[330]
Schweizer Cup[331]
Biel, Switzerland, Dec. 19–22
  Elena Stern   Nora Wüest CHF 11,000 CHF 5,000 4.5328[332]
24 Mercure Perth Masters[333]
Perth, Scotland, Jan. 2–5
  Eve Muirhead   Maggie Wilson 10,500 4,500 4.8077[334]
25 International Bernese Ladies Cup[335]
Bern, Switzerland, Jan. 9–12
  Elena Stern   Han Yu CHF 21,500 CHF 6,000 6.1589[336]
26 Meridian Canadian Open[337]
Yorkton, Saskatchewan, Jan. 14–19
  Anna Hasselborg   Kim Min-ji $150,000 $35,000 12.2100[338]
Glynhill Ladies International[339]
Glasgow, Scotland, Jan. 16–19
  Kim Eun-jung   Isabella Wranå 10,600 4,000 4.8156[340]
35 Avonair Tour Spring Fling[341]
Edmonton, Alberta Mar. 20–22
Cancelled[205][206]
38 Princess Auto Players' Championship[342]
Toronto, Ontario, Apr. 7–12
Cancelled[209]
41 Humpty's Champions Cup[343]
Olds, Alberta, Apr. 29–May 3
Cancelled[209]

Mixed doubles eventsEdit

Source:[344]

Week Event Winning pair Runner-up pair Purse (CAD) Winner's share (CAD) SFM
1 China Open Mixed Doubles[345]
Hebei, China, Jun. 23–27
  Peterman /   Gallant   Anderson / Dropkin 350,000 (CNY) $28,560 7.3719[346]
6 New Zealand Winter Games Mixed Doubles[347]
Naseby, New Zealand, Aug. 27–30
  Jang / Seong   Gill / Hewitt $6,000 (NZD) 3.1562[348]
Battleford Mixed Doubles Fall Curling Classic[349]
North Battleford, Saskatchewan, Aug. 30–Sept. 2
  Mabergs /   Scharback   Haupstein / Pomedli $6,750 $1,620 2.9659[350]
7 WCT Pacific Open Cup[351]
Vladivostok, Russia, Sept. 2–6
  Gill / Hewitt   Song / Jeon $10,000 (US) $5,303 3.7761[352]
GOLDLINE Boucherville Mixed Doubles[353]
Boucherville, Quebec, Sept. 6–8
  K. Cottrill / S. Cottrill   E. Desjardins / R. Desjardins $1,530 $360 3.0981[354]
Oberstdorf International Mixed Doubles Cup[355]
Oberstdorf, Germany, Sept. 6–8
  Kapp / Muskatewitz   Rupp / Wunderlin 3,530 $1,167 5.1094[356]
9 WCT Tallinn Mixed Doubles International[357]
Tallinn, Estonia, Sep. 20-22
  Skaslien / Nedregotten   Paulová / Paul 1,200 $875 7.2857[358]
College Clean Restoration/Colonial Square Inn & Suites Pro Curling Series[359]
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Sep. 20-22
  Quick / Armstrong   de Gooijer / Springer $6,400 $1,600 3.3842[360]
10 Colorado Curling Cup[361]
Denver, Colorado, Sep. 27-29
  Anderson / Dropkin   Brunton /   Morris $15,000 (US) $5,305 4.2890[362]
Brampton Mixed Doubles Curling Cup[363]
Brampton, Ontario, Sep. 28-29
  Grandy / Janssen   E. Desjardins / R. Desjardins $4,500 $800 3.5085[364]
11 International Mixed Doubles St. Gallen[365]
St. Gallen, Switzerland, Oct. 3-6
  Paulová / Paul   Westman / Ahlberg CHF 6,500 $2,671 4.6980[366]
Sherwood Park Mixed Doubles Classic[367]
Edmonton, Alberta, Oct. 4-6
  A. Nedohin / D. Nedohin   H. Nedohin / Moulding $2,350 $700 2.7264[368]
12 Norway Open Mixed Doubles[369]
Hedmarken, Norway, Oct. 11-13
  C. Grønbech / M. Grønbech   Rørvik / Nergård NOK 10,000 $729 3.0840[370]
13 WCT Austrian Mixed Doubles Cup[371]
Kitzbühel, Austria, Oct. 17-20
  Skaslien / Nedregotten   Palancsa / Kiss 3,500 $1,770 4.6893[372]
GOLDLINE Amos Mixed Doubles[373]
Amos, Quebec, Oct. 17-20
  G. Simard / P. Simard   Lavoie / Gravel $570 $120 1.9635[374]
14 WCT Mixed Doubles Cup Geising[375]
Geising, Germany, Oct. 24-27
  Palancsa / Kiss   Morozova / Goriachev 3,500 1,300 3.7052[376]
15 ISS Mixed Doubles Lodz[377]
Łódź, Poland, Oct. 31-Nov. 3
  Szerkeres / Nagy   Fan / Nan 3,000 $1,475 4.4760[378]
MadTown DoubleDown presented by Leinenkugel[379]
Madison, Wisconsin, Nov. 1-3
  Hasselborg / Eriksson   Skaslien / Nedregotten $24,000 (US) $9,321 6.1117[380]
Palmerston Mixed Doubles Spiel[381]
Palmerston, Ontario, Nov. 2-3
  C. Kidd / B. Kidd   N. Stewart / T. Stewart $3,000 $1,000 2.9681[382]
16 International Mixed Doubles Sochi[383]
Sochi, Russia, Nov. 7-10
  Perret / Rios   Fomina / Stukalskiy $10,000 (US) $4,661 4.7989[384]
GOLDLINE Clermont Mixed Doubles[385]
Clermont, Quebec, Nov. 8-10
  Adams / Robichaud   Poisson / Dubois $1,250 $250 1.6018[386]
17 Canad Inns Mixed Doubles Championship[387]
Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Nov. 15-17
  Jones /   Laing   Moskaleva / Eremin $26,000 $8,500 5.6227[388]
Mixed Doubles Bern[389]
Bern, Switzerland, Nov. 15-17
  Rupp / Wunderlin   Aitken / Andrews CHF 12,000 $5,382 7.3707[390]
18 Ilderton Mixed Doubles Spiel[391]
Ilderton, Ontario Nov. 22–24
  Tuck / Tuck Jr.   Wilson / Dow $3,200 $1,000 2.9001[392]
20 GOLDLINE Victoria Mixed Doubles[393]
Quebec City, Quebec, Dec. 6-8
  M. Hebert / S. Hebert   St-Georges / Asselin $1,500 $400 2.3539[394]
Bele Wrana Memorial[395]
Sundbyberg, Sweden, Dec. 6-8
  Andersson / Granbom   Turmann / Lill SEK 11,000 $701 2.8296[396]
21 Italian Mixed Doubles Cup[397]
Pinerolo, Italy, Dec. 12-15
  Skaslien / Nedregotten   Perret / Rios 3,000 $1,462 5.4341[398]
Bayview Mixed Doubles[399]
Toronto, Ontario, Dec. 14-15
  Little / Lyon-Hatcher   Sutherland / Ryn $4,400 $1,200 3.3712[400]
22 Aberdeen Mixed Doubles Championship[401]
Aberdeen, Scotland, Dec. 20-22
  Muirhead / Lammie   Wright / Hardie GBP 5,000 $3,422 3.8538[402]
Schweizer Cup[403]
Biel, Switzerland, Dec. 20-22
  Perret / Rios   Jäggi / Pfister CHF 5,500 CHF 2,500 4.4373[404]
ISS WCT Moscow Mixed Doubles[405]
Moscow, Russia, Dec. 20-24
  Moskaleva / Eremin   Dudko / Velichko $5,000 (US) $2,000 3.0953[406]
STP Mixed Doubles[407]
St. Paul, Alberta, Dec. 20-22
  H. Nedohin / Robinson   A. Nedohin / D. Nedohin $2,000 $500 2.1707[408]
23 Southern Mixed Doubles[409]
Charlotte, North Carolina, Dec. 27–29
  Peterman /   Gallant   Bear / Stopera $4,000 (US) $1,250 (US) 2.9213[410]
Gothenburg Mixed Doubles Cup[411]
Gothenburg, Sweden, Dec. 28–30
  Jäggi / Pfister   Rønning / Brænden SEK 17,000 $979 2.7071[412]
24 Qualico Mixed Doubles Classic[413]
Banff, Alberta, Jan. 2-5
  Homan / Morris   Anderson / Dropkin $30,000 $8,500 7.6392[414]
WCT-Japan Nayoro Mixed Doubles Spiel[415]
Nayoro, Japan, Jan 3-5
  T. Takeda / N. Takeda   Hara / Daishi ¥ 900 0.9485[416]
25 Brantford Mixed Doubles Cashspiel[417]
Brantford, Ontario, Jan. 10-12
  Martin /   Griffith   Fan / Nan $25,000 $4,000 6.3834[418]
WCT Dutch Masters Mixed Doubles[419]
Zoertermeer, Netherlands, Jan. 10-12
  Heldin / Lindström   Kapp / Muskatewitz €1,250 $718 4.9951[420]
GOLDLINE Valleyfield Mixed Doubles[421]
Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, Quebec, Jan. 10-12
  Laplante / Gibeau   Sanscartier / Caron $1,500 $310 1.6062[422]
26 Stu Sells Toronto Cricket Mixed Doubles Cashspiel[423]
Toronto, Ontario, Jan. 17–20
  Tuck / Tuck Jr.   Wang /   Kleibrink $15,000 $5,000 4.8708[424]
27 Gefle Mixed Doubles Cup[425]
Gävle, Sweden, Jan. 23–26
  Palancsa / Kiss   O. Kauste / A. Kauste 3,100 kr €1,400 4.7919
28 Goldline Chicoutimi Mixed Doubles[426]
Chicoutimi, Quebec, Jan. 31–Feb. 2
  E. Desjardins / R. Desjardins   Bouchard / Charest $2,500 1.9484
International Mixed Doubles Trophy Aarau[427]
Aarau, Switzerland, Jan. 31–Feb. 2
  Rupp / Wunderlin   Skaslien / Nedregotten 7,000 CHF 2,600 CHF 6.3329
Oshawa Curling Club Mixed Doubles Spiel[428]
Oshawa, Ontario, Jan. 31–Feb. 2
  Grandy / Janssen   Yang / Ling $3,000 2.4589
29 Sutherland Mixed Doubles Curling Classic[429]
Saskatoon Saskatchewan, Feb. 7–9
  Kitz / Stewart   Gill / Hewitt $6,400 3.5953
Hvidovre Mixed Doubles Cup[430]
Hvidovre, Denmark, Feb. 7–9
  Lander / Holtermann   Jensen / Vilandt 10,000 kr. 1.8673
30 WCT Tallinn Masters Mixed Doubles[431]
Tallinn, Estonia, Feb. 14–16
  Moksaleva / Eremin   Skaslien / Nedregotten €3,000 €1,200 5.4160
Highland Mixed Doubles Classic[432]
Regina, Saskatchewan, Feb. 14–16
  Campbell /   Dunstone   Albrecht /   Wozniak $8,500 $2,000 5.2485
31 Ontario Mixed Doubles Tour Championship[433]
Wingham, Ontario, Feb. 21–23
  Grandy / Janssen   Palancsa / Kiss $8,000 $2,000 4.5409
32 International Mixed Doubles Sochi[434]
Sochi, Russia, Feb. 27–Mar. 1
  Trukhina / Lysakov   Ezekh / Glukhov $10,000 $3,500
33 Slovakia Mixed Doubles Curling Cup[435]
Bratislava, Slovakia, Mar. 5–8
  Szekeres / Nagy   Szeliga-Frynia / Frynia €2,800

WCT rankingsEdit

Men[436]

Final Standings
# Skip YTD OOM
1   Brad Jacobs 482.484 482.484
2   John Epping 444.189 444.189
3   Brad Gushue 392.540 392.540
4   Brendan Bottcher 345.627 345.627
5   Bruce Mouat 343.005 343.005
6   Mike McEwen 316.593 316.593
7   Yannick Schwaller 314.415 314.415
8   Niklas Edin 304.836 304.836
9   Peter de Cruz 289.136 289.136
10   Kevin Koe 276.488 276.488

Women[437]

Final Standings
# Skip YTD OOM
1   Anna Hasselborg 467.461 467.461
2   Kerri Einarson 420.070 420.070
3   Tracy Fleury 404.325 404.325
4   Satsuki Fujisawa 342.872 342.872
5   Jennifer Jones 341.765 341.765
6   Elena Stern 333.591 333.591
7   Silvana Tirinzoni 331.193 331.193
8   Rachel Homan 325.932 325.932
9   Eve Muirhead 283.984 283.984
10   Tabitha Peterson 245.428 245.428

Money listEdit

Men[438]

As of February 4
# Skip $ (CAD)
1   Brad Jacobs $138,500
2   Mike McEwen $94,136
3   Bruce Mouat $79,122
4   Brad Gushue $76,900
5   John Epping $71,900
6   Brendan Bottcher $60,909
7   Niklas Edin $58,805
8   Peter de Cruz $54,574
9   Matt Dunstone $51,900
10   Kevin Koe $46,900

Women[439]

As of February 4
# Skip $ (CAD)
1   Anna Hasselborg $123,210
2   Satsuki Fujisawa $93,265
3   Tracy Fleury $85,730
4   Silvana Tirinzoni $78,886
5   Kerri Einarson $70,500
6   Jennifer Jones $65,550
7   Tabitha Peterson $62,712
8   Elena Stern $52,652
9   Kim Min-ji $46,251
10   Isabella Wranå $41,517

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