Royal City Curling Club

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Construction of the Royal City Curling Club in New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada, began in August 1965, and was completed in January 1966. The club's first president was Malvin J. Hughes, and its first ice maker was Don Bowman. Since its completion, renovations have been done on it twice, once in 1987 and again in 1994. The club is now the home of the Westcoast Curling Classic.

National Representatives From Royal City CC[edit]

  • 1972 - BC & Canadian Mixed Champion - Trev Fisher
  • 1987 - BC Junior Men's Champion - Brent Pierce
  • 1992 - BC Men's Champion - Jim Armstrong
  • 1995 - BC Ladies Champion - Marla Geiger
  • 1995 - BC Senior Men's Champion - Wayne Matthewson
  • 1996 - Men's & Ladies' Deaf Curling Champions
  • 1997 - BC Senior Men's Champion - Wayne Matthewson
  • 1998 - BC Men's Champion - Greg McAulay
  • 2000 - BC, Canadian & World Men's Champion - Greg McAulay
  • 2001 - BC Junior Men's Champion - Andrew Bilesky
  • 2001 - Canadian Olympic Trials Champion - Kelley Law
  • 2002 - BC Senior Men's Champion - Jamie McTavish
  • 2002 - Olympic Bronze Medalists - Kelley Law Team
  • 2004 - BC Senior Ladies / Canadian Runner-up - Kathy Smiley
  • 2004 - BC Ladies Champions - Georgina Wheatcroft
  • 2004 - BC Men's Champions / Brier Semifinalist - Jay Peachey
  • 2005 - BC Senior Ladies/Canadian Runner-up - Kathy Smiley
  • 2005 - BC Senior Men's Champions - Jamie McTavish
  • 2007 - BC Ladies Champions - Kelley Law
  • 2013 - BC Men's Champions - Andrew Bilesky
  • 2014 - BC Junior Women's Champions - Kalia Van Osch

Major Events Hosted at Royal City CC[edit]

  • 1997 - Canadian Police National Championship
  • 2000 - B.C. Safeway Select
  • 2001 - JVC Women's Skins Game

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