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The Brier

Tim Hortons Brier sind die nationalen kanadischen Curling-Meisterschaften, die alljährlich von der Canadian Curling Association (CCA) veranstaltet werden. Der momentane Name stammt vom Hauptsponsor, der Kaffeehauskette Tim Hortons, gebräuchlich ist aber eher die Bezeichnung „the brier“.

In Kanada werden seit 1927 nationale Curlingmeisterschaften ausgetragen. In den ersten 50 Jahren wurde The Brier von Macdonald Tobacco gesponsert, danach von 1980 bis 2000 von Labatt. In der Zeit von 2001 bis 2004 übernahm Nokia Canada das Sponsoring der Meisterschaft.

Zwölf Teams kämpfen jährlich um den Titel des kanadischen Meisters, die meisten Provinzen stellen je ein Team, das in den einzelnen Provinzmeisterschaften ermittelt wird. Ontario stellt jedes Jahr zwei Teams (Ontario, North Ontario). Der Sieger von The Brier ist gleichzeitig der Vertreter Kanadas bei den kommenden Weltmeisterschaften.

Das entsprechende Turnier der Frauen heißt Tournament of Hearts.

Sieger[Bearbeiten]

Macdonald Brier[Bearbeiten]

Brier Siegerprovinz Siegerteam Gastgeber
1927 Nova Scotia Murray Macneill, Al MacInnes, Cliff Torey, Jim Donahoe Toronto
1928 Manitoba Gordon Hudson, Sam Penwarden, Ron Singbush, Bill Grant Toronto
1929 Manitoba Gordon Hudson, Don Rollo, Ron Singbush, Bill Grant Toronto
1930 Manitoba Harold Wood, Jimmy Congalton, Victor Wood, Lionel Wood Toronto
1931 Manitoba Bob Gourlay, Ernie Pollard, Arnold Lockerbie, Ray Stewart Toronto
1932 Manitoba Jimmy Congalton, Howard Wood, Bill Noble, Harry Mawhinney Toronto
1933 Alberta Cliff Manahan, Harold Deeton, Harold Wolfe, Bert Ross Toronto
1934 Manitoba Leo Johnson, Lorne Stewart, Linc Johnson, Marno Frederickson Toronto
1935 Ontario Gordon Campbell, Don Campbell, Gord Coates, Duncan Campbell Toronto
1936 Manitoba Ken Watson, Grant Watson, Marvin MacIntyre, Charles Kerr Toronto
1937 Alberta Cliff Manahan, Wes Robinson, Ross Manahan, Lloyd McIntyre Toronto
1938 Manitoba Ab Gowanlock, Bung Cartwell, Bill McKnight, Tom Knight Toronto
1939 Ontario Bert Hall, Perry Hall, Ernie Parks, Cam Seagram Toronto
1940 Manitoba Howard Wood, Ernie Pollard, Howard Wood, Jr., Roy Enman Winnipeg
1941 Alberta Howard Palmer, Jack Lebeau, Art Gooder, Clare Webb Toronto
1942 Manitoba Ken Watson, Grant Watson, Charlie Scrymgeour, Jim Grant Québec
1946 Alberta Billy Rose, Bart Swelin, Austin Smith, George Crooks Saskatoon
1947 Manitoba Jimmy Welsh, Alex Welsh, Jack Reid, Harry Monk Saint John
1948 British Columbia Frenchy D'Amour, Bob McGhie, Fred Wendell, Jim Mark Calgary
1949 Manitoba Ken Watson, Grant Watson, Lyle Dyker, Charles Read Hamilton
1950 Northern Ontario Tim Ramsay, Len Williamson, Bill Weston, Billy Kenny Vancouver
1951 Nova Scotia Don Oyler, George Hanson, Fred Dyke, Wally Knock Halifax
1952 Manitoba Billy Walsh, Al Langlois, Andy McWilliams, John Watson Winnipeg
1953 Manitoba Ab Gowanlock, Jim Williams, Art Pollon, Russ Jackman Sudbury
1954 Manitoba Matt Baldwin, Glenn Gray, Pete Ferry, Jim Collins Edmonton
1955 Saskatchewan Garnet Campbell, Don Campbell, Glenn Campbell, Lloyd Campbell Regina
1956 Manitoba Billy Walsh, Al Langlois, Cy White, Andy McWilliams Moncton
1957 Alberta Matt Baldwin, Gordon Haynes, Art Kleinmeyer, Bill Price Kingston
1958 Alberta Matt Baldwin, Jack Geddes, Gordon Haynes, Bill Price Victoria
1959 Saskatchewan Ernie Richardson, Arnold Richardson, Garnet Richardson, Wes Richardson Québec
1960 Saskatchewan Ernie Richardson, Arnold Richardson, Garnet Richardson, Wes Richardson Fort William
1961 Alberta Hec Gervais, Ron Anton, Ray Werner, Wally Ursuliak Calgary
1962 Saskatchewan Ernie Richardson, Arnold Richardson, Garnet Richardson, Wes Richardson Kitchener
1963 Saskatchewan Ernie Richardson, Arnold Richardson, Garnet Richardson, Mel Perry Brandon
1964 British Columbia Lyall Dagg, Leo Hebert, Fred Britton, Barry Naimark Charlottetown
1965 Manitoba Terry Braunstein, Don Duguid, Ron Braunstein, Ray Turnbull Saskatoon
1966 Alberta Ron Northcott, George Finks, Bernie Sparkes, Fred Storey Halifax
1967 Ontario Alf Phillips, Jr., John Ross, Ron Manning, Keith Reilly Ottawa
1968 Alberta Ron Northcott, Jim Shields, Bernie Sparkes, Fred Storey Kelowna
1969 Alberta Ron Northcott, Dave Gerlach, Bernie Sparkes, Fred Storey Oshawa
1970 Manitoba Don Duguid, Rod Hunter, Jim Pettapiece, Bryan Wood Winnipeg
1971 Manitoba Don Duguid, Rod Hunter, Jim Pettapiece, Bryan Wood Québec
1972 Manitoba Orest Meleschuk, Dave Romaro, John Hanesiak, Pat Hailley St. John's
1973 Saskatchewan Harvey Mazinke, Billy Martin, George Achtymichuk, Dan Klippenstein Edmonton
1974 Alberta Hec Gervais, Ron Anton, Warren Hansen, Darrel Sutton London
1975 Northern Ontario Bill Tetley, Rick Lang, Bill Hodgson, Peter Hnatiw Fredericton
1976 Neufundland Jack Macduff, Toby Mcdonald, Doug Hudson, Ken Templeton Regina
1977 Québec Jim Ursel, Art Lobel, Don Aitken, Brian Ross Montreal
1978 Alberta Ed Lukowich, Mike Chernoff, Dale Johnston, Ron Schindle Vancouver
1979 Manitoba Barry Fry, Bill Carey, Gordon Sparkes, Bryan Wood Ottawa

Labatt Brier[Bearbeiten]

Brier Siegerprovinz Siegerteam Finalist Provinz Finalist Team Gastgeber
1980 Saskatchewan Rick Folk, Ron Mills, Tom Wilson, Jim Wilson Northern Ontario Al Hackner, Rick Lang, Bob Nichol, Bruce Kennedy Calgary
1981 Manitoba Kerry Burtnyk, Mark Olson, Jim Spencer, Ron Kammerlock Northern Ontario Al Hackner, Rick Lang, Bob Nichol, Bruce Kennedy Halifax
1982 Northern Ontario Al Hackner, Rick Lang, Bob Nichol, Bruce Kennedy British Columbia Brent Giles, Greg Monkman, Al Roemer, Brad Giles Brandon
1983 Ontario Ed Werenich, Paul Savage, John Kawaja, Neil Harrison Alberta Ed Lukowich, Mike Chernoff, Neil Houston, Brent Syme Sudbury
1984 Manitoba Michael Riley, Brian Toews, John Helston, Russ Wookey Ontario Ed Werenich, Paul Savage, John Kawaja, Neil Harrison Victoria
1985 Northern Ontario Al Hackner, Rick Lang, Ian Tetley, Pat Perroud Alberta Pat Ryan, Gord Trenchie, Don Mckenzie, Don Walchuk Moncton
1986 Alberta Ed Lukowich, John Ferguson, Neil Houston, Brent Syme Ontario Russ Howard, Glenn Howard, Tim Belcourt, Kent Carstairs Kitchener
1987 Ontario Russ Howard, Glenn Howard, Tim Belcourt, Kent Carstairs British Columbia Bernie Sparkes, Jim Armstrong, Monte Ziola, Jamie Sexton Edmonton
1988 Alberta Pat Ryan, Randy Ferbey, Don Walchuk, Don McKenzie Saskatchewan Eugene Hritzuk, Del Shaughnessy, Murray Soparlo, Don Dabrowski Chicoutimi-Jonquière
1989 Alberta Pat Ryan, Randy Ferbey, Don Walchuk, Don McKenzie British Columbia Rick Folk, Bert Gretzinger, Rob Koffski, Doug Smith Saskatoon
1990 Ontario Ed Werenich, John Kawaja, Ian Tetley, Pat Perroud New Brunswick Jim Sullivan, Charlie Sullivan, Sr., Craig Burgess, Paul Power Sault Ste. Marie
1991 Alberta Kevin Martin, Kevin Park, Dan Petryk, Don Barlett Saskatchewan Randy Woytowich, Brian McCusker, Wyatt Buck, John Grundy Hamilton
1992 Manitoba Vic Peters, Dan Carey, Chris Neufeld, Don Rudd Ontario Russ Howard, Glenn Howard, Wayne Middaugh, Peter Corner Regina
1993 Ontario Russ Howard, Glenn Howard, Wayne Middaugh, Peter Corner British Columbia Rick Folk, Pat Ryan, Bert Gretzinger, Gerry Richard Ottawa
1994 British Columbia Rick Folk, Pat Ryan, Bert Gretzinger, Gerry Richard Ontario Russ Howard, Glenn Howard, Wayne Middaugh, Peter Corner Red Deer
1995 Manitoba Kerry Burtnyk, Jeff Ryan, Rob Meakin, Keith Fenton Saskatchewan Brad Heidt, Mark Dacey, Wayne Charteris, Dan Ormsby Halifax
1996 Manitoba Jeff Stoughton, Ken Tresoor, Garry VanDenBerghe, Steve Gould Alberta Kevin Martin, Don Walchuk, Shawn Broda, Don Bartlett Kamloops
1997 Alberta Kevin Martin, Don Walchuk, Rudy Ramcharan, Don Bartlett Manitoba Vic Peters, Dan Carey, Chris Neufeld, Scott Grant Calgary
1998 Ontario Wayne Middaugh, Graeme McCarrel, Ian Tetley, Scott Bailey Québec Guy Hemmings, Pierre Charette, Guy Thibaudeau, Dale Ness Winnipeg
1999 Manitoba Jeff Stoughton, Jon Mead, Garry VanDenBerghe, Doug Armstrong Québec Guy Hemmings, Pierre Charette, Guy Thibaudeau, Dale Ness Edmonton
2000 British Columbia Greg McAulay, Brent Pierce, Bryan Miki, Jody Sveistrup New Brunswick Russ Howard, Wayne Tallon, Rick Perron, Grant Odishaw Saskatoon

Nokia Brier[Bearbeiten]

Brier Siegerprovinz Siegerteam Finalist Provinz Finalist Team Gastgeber
2001 Alberta Randy Ferbey, David Nedohin, Scott Pfeifer, Marcel Rocque Manitoba Kerry Burtnyk, Jeff Ryan, Rob Meakin, Keith Fenton Ottawa
2002 Alberta Randy Ferbey, David Nedohin, Scott Pfeifer, Marcel Rocque Ontario John Morris, Joe Frans, Craig Savill, Brent Laing Calgary
2003 Alberta Randy Ferbey, David Nedohin, Scott Pfeifer, Marcel Rocque Nova Scotia Mark Dacey, Bruce Lohnes, Rob Harris, Andrew Gibson Halifax
2004 Nova Scotia Mark Dacey, Bruce Lohnes, Rob Harris, Andrew Gibson Alberta Randy Ferbey, David Nedohin, Scott Pfeifer, Marcel Rocque Saskatoon

Tim Hortons Brier[Bearbeiten]

Brier Siegerprovinz Siegerteam Finalist Provinz Finalist Team Gastgeber
2005 Alberta Randy Ferbey, David Nedohin, Scott Pfeifer, Marcel Rocque Nova Scotia Shawn Adams, Paul Flemming, Craig Burgess, Kelly Mittelstadt Edmonton
2006 Québec Jean-Michel Ménard, François Roberge, Éric Sylvain, Maxime Elmaleh Ontario Glenn Howard, Richard Hart, Brent Laing, Craig Savill Regina
2007 Ontario Glenn Howard, Richard Hart, Brent Laing, Craig Savill Neufundland Brad Gushue, Mark Nichols, Chris Schille, Jamie Korab Hamilton
2008 Alberta Kevin Martin, John Morris, Marc Kennedy, Ben Hebert Ontario Glenn Howard, Richard Hart, Brent Laing, Craig Savill Winnipeg
2009 Alberta Kevin Martin, John Morris, Marc Kennedy, Ben Hebert Manitoba Jeff Stoughton, Kevin Park, Rob Fowler, Steve Gould Calgary
2010 Halifax