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Geoff Walker

Born: Nov 28, 1985
in Beaverlodge, Alberta
Resides: St. John, Newfoundland / Labrador
Throws: Right
Profession: Instructor/Greens Keeper, Rocks & Rings/Bally Haly CC
High School: Beaverlodge Regional High
College/University: Grande Prairie Regional College
Curling Highlights:
2011 Swiss Cup Basel Champion[cr][lf]2013 Baden Masters Champion[cr][lf]2014 GSOC Masters Champion[cr][lf]2014 GSOC Canadian Open Champion[cr][lf]2015 Perth Masters Champion[cr][lf]2012, 2013, 2014 & 2015 NL Provincial Mens Champion
Junior Highlights:
2002 Arctic Winter Games Gold Medalist[cr][lf]2002 & 2003 Alberta Juvenile Champion[cr][lf]2006 & 2007 World Junior Champion

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M: Pyeongchang Winter Games - Doubles
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M: Listowel Mixed Doubles Cashspiel
W: Simms Home Hardware U18 Womens Championship
M: Yukon Senior Mens Championship
M: Simms Home Hardware U18 Mens Championship
M: WCT Tallinn Masters Mixed Doubles
M: USA Mens Club National Championship
W: USA Womens Club National Championship
W: Swiss Curling Championship
M: Swiss Curling Championship
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