Challenge de Curling de Gatineau Open -- B Event

Oct 17 - 21, 2018
A Event | B Event |
Times shown as Eastern Time (ET)
Steve Holdaway
Joey Taylor
13
Sat 10:45am
Loser to Consolation
SCORES
  [37]
Steve Holdaway
6
Thu 9:30pm
Loser to Consolation
SCORES
  [29]
Jaclyn Peters
Jaclyn Peters
15
Sat 4:15pm
Loser Out
SCORES
  [45]
Sylvain Bellavance
Sylvain Bellavance
13
Sat 10:45am
Loser to Consolation
SCORES
  [38]
Sylvain Bellavance
17
Sat 9:30pm
Loser Out
SCORES
  [49]
Colin Dow
6
Thu 9:30pm
Loser to Consolation
SCORES
  [30]
Dan deWaard
Qualifier
Guy Charette
Colin Dow
Mario Deschatelets
Daniel Caron
13
Sat 10:45am
Loser to Consolation
SCORES
  [39]
Daniel Caron
8
Fri 2:00pm
Loser to Consolation
SCORES
  [31]
Daniel Caron
Raphaela Keiser
15
Sat 4:15pm
Loser Out
SCORES
  [46]
Sarah Daniels
Sarah Daniels
13
Sat 10:45am
Loser to Consolation
SCORES
  [40]
Sarah Daniels
17
Sat 9:30pm
Loser Out
SCORES
  [50]
Sarah Daniels
8
Fri 2:00pm
Loser to Consolation
SCORES
  [32]
Tom Wharry
Qualifier
Stephen Watson
Roxane Perron
Amelie Blais
Mike Dorval
13
Sat 10:45am
Loser to Consolation
SCORES
  [41]
Amelie Blais
11
Fri 9:30pm
Loser to Consolation
SCORES
  [33]
Patrick Martin
Patrick Martin
15
Sat 4:15pm
Loser Out
SCORES
  [47]
Greg Sleno
Greg Sleno
13
Sat 10:45am
Loser to Consolation
SCORES
  [42]
Greg Sleno
17
Sat 9:30pm
Loser Out
SCORES
  [51]
Jamie Birtwistle
10
Fri 7:00pm
Loser to Consolation
SCORES
  [34]
Martin Patry
Qualifier
Gert Messing
Jamie Birtwistle
Stephane Michaud
Alex Berube
13
Sat 10:45am
Loser to Consolation
SCORES
  [43]
Stephane Michaud
11
Fri 9:30pm
Loser to Consolation
SCORES
  [35]
Alex Berube
Dan Elie
15
Sat 4:15pm
Loser Out
SCORES
  [48]
Stephane Michaud
Maxime Dufresne
13
Sat 10:45am
Loser to Consolation
SCORES
  [44]
Maxime Dufresne
17
Sat 9:30pm
Loser Out
SCORES
  [52]
Jeffrey Stewart
11
Fri 9:30pm
Loser to Consolation
SCORES
  [36]
Ghislain Doyon
Qualifier
Maxime Mailloux
Jeffrey Stewart

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(Photo: WCF / Peter Harsanyi) The length of curling games and the potential impact of shortening games - predominantly by reducing the number of ends from ten to eight - will be a vital topic of discussion at the upcoming World Curling Congress and Annual General Assembly in held September 4-6 in Cancun, Mexico.

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