Mike Woloschuk

Mike Woloschuk (born May 9, 1970, in Melville, Saskatchewan, Canada) is a Canadian-Australian curler.[1]

Mike Woloschuk
Born (1970-05-09) May 9, 1970 (age 51)
Curling clubSydney Harbour CC, Sydney
Member Association Australia
World Championship
2 (2006, 2007)
Pacific-Asia Championship
2 (2005, 2006)

At the international level, he is a two-time Pacific-Asia men's champion curler (2005, 2006).

Personal lifeEdit

As of the 2007 World Championships, Woloschuk was living in Brisbane. [2] He retired from international curling after the 2007 World Men's Curling Championships in Edmonton. Since then, he spent time living back in Canada and he currently resides in USA, working as a mining executive.[3]

Teams and eventsEdit

Season Skip Third Second Lead Alternate Coach Events
2005–06 Ian Palangio (fourth) Hugh Millikin (skip) Ricky Tasker Mike Woloschuk PCC 2005  
Hugh Millikin Ricky Tasker Mike Woloschuk Stephen Johns Ian Palangio Earle Morris WCC 2006 (9th)
2006–07 Ian Palangio (fourth) Hugh Millikin (skip) Sean Hall Mike Woloschuk David Imlah Earle Morris (WCC) PCC 2006  
WCC 2007 (10th)


  1. ^ Mike Woloschuk on the World Curling Federation database  
  2. ^ "Love makes you do strange things". Edmonton Journal. March 29, 2007. p. C4. Retrieved March 24, 2020.
  3. ^ "Mike Woloschuk LinkedIn".

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