April 4, 1974 |
Bridgewater, Nova Scotia
|Curling club||St. John's CC,
St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador
|Brier appearances||4 (2000, 2002, 2005, 2011)|
Adams rose to curling prominence being runner-up in the 1992 Canadian Junior Championship, and then the next year, won the 1993 Canadian Junior Championship, however he was stripped of the championship because of alcohol violations1 after the victory.
7 years later Adams came back to the scene winning the Nova Scotia championships for the right to go to the 2000 Labatt Brier, where he finished 3-8. Two years later, at the 2002 Nokia Brier he improved on that record with a 6-5 record. Finally, at the 2005 Tim Hortons Brier, Adams would finish the round-robin with an 8-3 record earning him a berth in the playoffs. In the playoffs, Adams defeated Quebec's Jean-Michel Menard in the 3-4 game, then he defeated Manitoba's Randy Dutiaume in the semi-final before losing to Randy Ferbey and Alberta in the final. Adams won his final Nova Scotia championship in 2011, and went 5-6 at the 2011 Tim Hortons Brier.
- ^ Adams and his teammates were of legal drinking age, however, junior rules stipulate that one cannot drink during an event.