Glenys Bakker

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Olympic medal record
Women's Curling
Bronze 2006 Turin Curling

Glenys Bakker (born August 27, 1962 in High River, Alberta) is a Canadian curler from Calgary, Alberta.[citation needed]

Bakker played second for Shannon Kleibrink's bronze medal winning team at the 2006 Winter Olympics.

Bakker has played for Shannon Kleibrink for most of her curling career.[citation needed] At the 1993 Scott Tournament of Hearts, Bakker was Kleibrink's Alternate. She was Kleibrink's third at the 1997 Canadian Olympic Trials where the team lost to Sandra Schmirler in the final.[citation needed] In 2004 she was Kleibrink's second at the 2004 Scott Tournament of Hearts where they finished with a 6–5 record. Also as Kleibrink's second, the team won the 2005 Canada Cup of Curling and won the 2005 Olympic Trials getting a berth at the 2006 Olympics.

At the Olympics, Bakker struggled for most of tournament,[citation needed] and was the 8th best second at the games out of ten second's. [1]

In 2006, Bakker left Kleibrink's team to focus more on her family. [2]

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