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Francois Roberge

Born: Jun 18, 1968
in Levis, Quebec
Resides: Breakeyville, Quebec
Throws: Left
Profession: supervisor, SSQ Financial Group
College/University: Laval University
In Own Words:
It brought me a lot through the years, it made me a better person. I met a lot of good peoples and made many friends. It made me realize that if you want something bad and you work hard you'll get it.
Curling Highlights:
2000 Brier bronze madalist[cr][lf]2002 Brier 8th place finish[cr][lf]2005 Brier 4 th place[cr][lf]2006 Brier Champion[cr][lf]20 participations to the Quebec men's championships[cr][lf]
Junior Highlights:
1987 Canada Games participant

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M: Yukon Senior Mens Championship
M: Simms Home Hardware U18 Mens Championship
M: WCT Tallinn Masters Mixed Doubles
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