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Oye-Sem Won Briand

Age: 37
Born: Hearst, ON
Resides: Hearst, CAN
Throws: Right
Profession: Technology resource teacher, CSDCAB
High School: Ecole secondaire de Hearst High School
College/University: Lakehead University
In Own Words:
Curling has been a big part of my every day life for the last 10 years or more. Since I graduated from university, I decided to come back to the competitive world of curling and have zero regrets! I have changed my lifestyle and made many sacrifices for the sport of curling to accomplish the personal goals I have set for myself.[cr][lf][cr][lf]My life revolves around my family (wonderful husband who also curls competitively, and my two beautiful sons), curling and work. I train hard and practice every day and hope to accomplish many more goals in the near future! I hope that my love for the sport transfers over to my sons so that they too will find out how much fun this sport is that one, I will be able to watch them be successful and chase their dreams!
Curling Highlights:
2016 Canadian mixed participant[cr][lf]2016 mixed provincial champion[cr][lf]2015 Canadian mixed participant[cr][lf]2015 Mixed provincial champion[cr][lf]2014 Northern Ontario provincial finalist[cr][lf]2012 Husky Oil Women Major League Finalist[cr][lf]2012, 2011 Ontario Scotties Tournament of Hearts Participant[cr][lf]2012 Mixed Provincial Quarter-finalist[cr][lf]2010 & 2009 Mixed Provincial Participant[cr][lf]

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2020 Shorty Jenkins Classic Cancelled

2020 Shorty Jenkins Classic Cancelled

2020 AMJ Campbell Shorty Jenkins Classic presented by Jet Ice, VIA Rail and Choose Cornwall cancelled due to COVID-19 with plans to return in 2021 for the 25th anniversary.

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