2013 Medicine Hat Charity Classic

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2013 Medicine Hat Charity Classic
Host city Medicine Hat, Alberta
Arena Medicine Hat Curling Club
Dates October 18–21
Men's winner Saskatchewan Randy Bryden
Curling club Callie Curling Club,
Regina Saskatchewan
Skip Randy Bryden
Third Troy Robinson
Second Brennen Jones
Lead Trent Knapp
Finalist Saskatchewan Scott Bitz
Women's winner Russia Anna Sidorova
Curling club Moskvitch Curling Club,
Moscow, Russia
Skip Anna Sidorova
Third Margarita Fomina
Second Aleksandra Saitova
Lead Ekaterina Galkina
Finalist Japan Sayaka Yoshimura

The 2013 Medicine Hat Charity Classic was held from October 18 to 21 at the Medicine Hat Curling Club in Medicine Hat, Alberta as part of the 2013–14 World Curling Tour. Both the men's and women's events were held in a triple-knockout format. The purse for the men's event was CAD$34,000, of which the winner received CAD$10,000,[1] while the purse for the women's event was CAD$30,000, of which the winner received CAD$8,000.[2]

It was an all-Saskatchewan final on the men's side with two teams from Regina against each other, with Randy Bryden defeating Scott Bitz. On the women's side, it was an international affair with Russia's Anna Sidorova defeating Japan's Sayaka Yoshimura.

Men[edit]

Teams[edit]

The teams are listed as follows:[3]

Skip Third Second Lead Locale
Kevin Aberle Tim Krassman Sheldon Schafer Donny Zahn Alberta Medicine Hat, Alberta
Scott Bitz Jeff Sharp Aryn Schmidt Dean Hicke Saskatchewan Regina, Saskatchewan
Matthew Blandford Darren Moulding Brent Hamilton Brad Chyz Alberta Calgary, Alberta
Randy Bryden Troy Robinson Brennen Jones Trent Knapp Saskatchewan Regina, Saskatchewan
Trevor Funk Travis Funk Denton Koch John Owsjanikow Alberta Medicine Hat, Alberta
Brad Heidt Drew Heidt Mitch Heidt Mitch George Saskatchewan Kerrobert, Saskatchewan
Josh Heidt Brock Montgomery Matt Lang Dustin Kidby Saskatchewan Kerrobert, Saskatchewan
Lloyd Hill Scott Egger Greg Hill Maurice Sonier Alberta Calgary, Alberta
Kim Soo-hyuk Kim Tae-huan Park Jong-duk Nam Yoon-ho South Korea South Korea
Jamie King Blake MacDonald Scott Pfeifer Jeff Erickson Alberta Edmonton, Alberta
Max Kirkpatrick Shaun Meachem Jeff Chambers Shawn Hiebert Saskatchewan Swift Current, Saskatchewan
Dean Mamer Vance Elder Jason Stannard Wallace Hollingshead Alberta Calgary, Alberta
Scott Manners Carl Smith Ryan Deis Mark Larson Saskatchewan North Battleford, Saskatchewan
Yusuke Morozumi Tsuyoshi Yamaguchi Tetsuro Shimizu Kosuke Morozumi Japan Karuizawa, Japan
Sean O'Connor Rob Johnson Ryan O'Connor Dan Bubola Alberta Calgary, Alberta
Kevin Park Barry Chwedoruk Eric Richard Doug Stambaugh Alberta Edmonton, Alberta
Tom Sallows Jordan Steinke Matthew Brown Kendell Warawa Alberta Edmonton, Alberta
Robert Schlender Aaron Sluchinski Justin Sluchinski Dylan Webster Alberta Airdrie, Alberta
John Stroh Jeff Bodin Matt Heller Shea Jackson Alberta Medicine Hat, Alberta
Charley Thomas Colin Hodgson Matthew Ng Mike Westlund Alberta Calgary, Alberta
Wang Fengchun Jiang Dongxu Chen Han Wang Zhiqiang China Harbin, China
Wade White Kevin Tym Dan Holowaychuk George White Alberta Edmonton, Alberta
Randy Woytowich Gary Scheirich Dustin Kalthoff Cory Spanier Saskatchewan Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Zou Dejia Bai Yang Wang Jinbo Zhang Rongrui China Harbin, China

Playoffs[edit]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                 
Saskatchewan Scott Bitz 6
South Korea Kim Soo-hyuk 1
Saskatchewan Scott Bitz 6
Saskatchewan Max Kirkpatrick 4
Saskatchewan Max Kirkpatrick 6
Saskatchewan Josh Heidt 2
Saskatchewan Scott Bitz 2
Saskatchewan Randy Bryden 7
Saskatchewan Randy Bryden 5
Alberta Robert Schlender 4
Saskatchewan Randy Bryden 7
Alberta Jamie King 6
Alberta Wade White 4
Alberta Jamie King 7

Women[edit]

Teams[edit]

The teams are listed as follows:[4]

Skip Third Second Lead Locale
Glenys Bakker Karen Morrison Barb McDonald Sandy Bell Alberta Calgary, Alberta
Brett Barber Samantha Yachiw Meaghan Freirichs Kaitlyn Bowman Saskatchewan Biggar, Saskatchewan
Norma Brown Katie Crump Heather Wilson Tracy Slatnik Alberta Alberta
Tanilla Doyle Lindsay Amundsen-Meyer Dayna Connolly Christina Faulkner Alberta Calgary, Alberta
Chantelle Eberle Cindy Ricci Nancy Inglis Debbie Lozinski Saskatchewan Regina, Saskatchewan
Diane Foster Judy Pendergast Terri Loblaw Sue Fulkerth Alberta Calgary, Alberta
Satsuki Fujisawa Miyo Ichikawa Emi Shimizu Miyuki Satoh Japan Karuizawa, Japan
Tiffany Game Vanessa Pouliot Jennifer Van Wieren Melissa Pierce Alberta Edmonton, Alberta
Teryn Hamilton Hayley Furst Jody Keim Heather Hansen Alberta Calgary, Alberta
Michèle Jäggi Marisa Winkelhausen Stéphanie Jäggi Melanie Barbezat Switzerland Bern, Switzerland
Heather Jensen Darah Provencal Shana Snell Morgan Muise Alberta Calgary, Alberta
Lisa Johnson Michelle Kryzalka Natalie Holloway Shauna Nordstrom Alberta Spruce Grove, Alberta
Mari Motohashi Yurika Yoshida Yumi Suzuki Megumi Mabuchi Japan Kitami, Japan
Amy Nixon Nadine Chyz Whitney Eckstrand Heather Rogers Alberta Calgary, Alberta
Ayumi Ogasawara Yumie Funayama Kaho Onodera Chinami Yoshida Japan Sapporo, Japan
Casey Scheidegger Denise Kinghorn Jessie Scheidegger Kimberly Anderson Alberta Lethbridge, Alberta
Anna Sidorova Margarita Fomina Aleksandra Saitova Ekaterina Galkina Russia Moscow, Russia
Holly Whyte Heather Steele Deena Benoit Karynn Flory Alberta Edmonton, Alberta
Kelly Wood Teejay Haichert Janelle Tyler Kelsey Dutton Saskatchewan Swift Current, Saskatchewan
Sayaka Yoshimura Rina Ida Risa Ujihara Mao Ishigaki Japan Sapporo, Japan

Playoffs[edit]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                 
Japan Satsuki Fujisawa 5
Japan Sayaka Yoshimura 6
Japan Sayaka Yoshimura 8
Switzerland Michèle Jäggi 2
Switzerland Michèle Jäggi 6
Alberta Amy Nixon 4
Japan Sayaka Yoshimura 2
Russia Anna Sidorova 8
Saskatchewan Chantelle Eberle 0
Alberta Casey Scheidegger 7
Alberta Casey Scheidegger 5
Russia Anna Sidorova 6
Russia Anna Sidorova 6
Alberta Glenys Bakker 2

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