2008–09 curling season

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The 2008-09 curling season began in September 2008 and ended in April 2009.

Season of Champions top three finishes[edit]

(Only team's skip listed)

Event Winner Runner-up Third place
Canadian Mixed  Manitoba (Grassie)  Ontario (Tuck)  Saskatchewan (McKee)
Continental Cup United Nations World Canada United States North America
TSN Skins Game Alberta Randy Ferbey Ontario Glenn Howard Manitoba Jennifer Jones
Alberta Kevin Martin
Canadian Juniors (men's)  Prince Edward Island (Gallant)  Northern Ontario (Johnston)  Alberta (Yablonski)
Canadian Juniors (women's)  Manitoba (Lawes)  Ontario (Homan)  Alberta (Scheidegger)
Scotties Tournament of Hearts  Canada (Jones)  British Columbia (Mallett)  Quebec (Larouche)
Tim Hortons Brier  Alberta (Martin)  Manitoba (Stoughton)  Ontario (G. Howard)
World Junior Championships (men's)  Denmark (Stjern)  Canada (Gallant)  United States (Plys)
World Junior Championships (women's)  Scotland (E. Muirhead)  Canada (Lawes)   Switzerland (Baumann)
Canada Cup (men's) Alberta Kevin Martin Alberta Randy Ferbey Manitoba Jeff Stoughton
Canada Cup (women's) Alberta Shannon Kleibrink Quebec Marie-France Larouche Alberta Cheryl Bernard
Canadian Seniors (men's)  Ontario (Delaney)  New Brunswick (R. Howard)  Prince Edward Island (M. Bernard)
Canadian Seniors (women's)  Nova Scotia (Pinkney)  British Columbia (Smiley)  Manitoba (Fowler)
Women's World Championships  China (Wang B.)  Sweden (Norberg)  Denmark (Jensen)
Men's World Championships  Scotland (Murdoch)  Canada (Martin)  Norway (Ulsrud)

Other events[edit]

Event Winner Runner-up Third place
European Mixed  Germany (Schöpp)  Czech Republic (Snítil)  Sweden (Edin)
Pacific Championships (men's)  China (Wang F.)  Japan (Morozumi)  New Zealand (Becker)
Pacific Championships (women's)  China (Wang B.)  South Korea (Kim MY)  Japan (Meguro)
World Wheelchair Qualification  Germany (Jäger)  China (Wang H.)  Russia (Romanov)
European Championships (men's)  Scotland (Murdoch)  Norway (Ulsrud)  Germany (Kapp)
European Championships (women's)   Switzerland (Ott)  Sweden (Norberg)  Denmark (Jensen)
European Junior Challenge (men's)  Scotland (G. Muirhead)  Russia (Drosdov)  France (Vincent)
European Junior Challenge (women's)  France (Coulout)  Czech Republic (Kubeskova)  Italy (Apollonio)
Pacific Juniors (men's)  China (Zang)  South Korea (Kim HT)  New Zealand (Miller)
Pacific Juniors (women's)  Japan (Fujiwasa)  China (Liu)  South Korea (Gim)
USA-Brazil Challenge  United States (Birr)  Brazil (Mello)
European Youth Olympic Festival (men's)   Switzerland (Gulka)  United Kingdom (Dick)  Norway (Rølvåg)
European Olympic Youth Festival (women's)  United Kingdom (Sloan)   Switzerland (Iten)  Denmark (de Neergaard)
Winter Universiade (men's)  Sweden (Edin)  Norway (Løvold)  China (Wang F.)
Winter Universiade (women's)  China (Wang B.)  Canada (Nicol)  Russia (Privivkova)
World Wheelchair Championship  Canada (Armstrong)  Sweden (Jungell)  Germany (Jäger)
Mixed Doubles   Switzerland (Müller, Schori)  Hungary (Nagy, Szekeres)  Canada (Grassie, Nimik)
World Seniors (men's)  Canada (Hritzuk)  United States (Pustovar)  Scotland (Prentice)
World Seniors (women's)  Canada (Sanders)   Switzerland (Nedkoff)  Sweden (Meldahl)

World Curling Tour winners[edit]

Event Date Location Winning skip Runner-up skip
Baden Masters Sept 5-7 Baden, SUI Norway Thomas Ulsrud Scotland David Murdoch
Boston Pizza Shootout Sept 18-21 Edmonton, Alta Alberta Ted Appelman Saskatchewan Pat Simmons
AMJ Campbell Shorty Jenkins Classic Sept 18-21 Brockville, Ont Ontario Richard Hart Manitoba Kerry Burtnyk
Radisson SAS Oslo Cup Sept 25-28 Oslo, NOR Norway Thomas Ulsrud Canada Kevin Martin
Twin Anchors Houseboat Cash Spiel Oct 2-5 Vernon, BC British Columbia Bob Ursel British Columbia Sean Geall
Swiss Cup Basel Oct 3-6 Basel, SUI Canada Brad Gushue Switzerland Ralph Stöckli
Manitoba Lotteries Men's Curling Classic Oct 10-13 Brandon, Man. Manitoba Jeff Stoughton Saskatchewan Joel Jordison
PriceWaterhouseCoopers Westcoast Curling Classic Oct 10-13 New Westminster, BC Alberta Kevin Martin Alberta Randy Ferbey
BDO Curling Classic Oct 10-13 Oakville, Ont. Ontario Glenn Howard Ontario Mark Bice
St. Paul Cashspiel Oct 17-20 St. Paul, MN United States Pete Fenson Canada Bryan Burgess
Meyers Norris Penny Charity Classic Oct 17-20 Medicine Hat, Alta. Alberta Ted Appelman Saskatchewan Randy Bryden
Bern Open Oct 17-29 Bern, SUI Germany Andy Kapp Switzerland Ralph Stöckli
Strauss Crown of Curling Oct 17-20 Kamloops, BC British Columbia Rick Folk Alberta Kevin Koe
Coupe Quebec Oct 23-27 Quebec City, Que Quebec Guy Hemmings Ontario Bryan Cochrane
Meyers Norris Penny Prairie Classic Oct 24-27 Portage la Prairie, Man. Ontario Glenn Howard Saskatchewan Brad Heidt
Flint Energy Classic Oct 24-27 Bonnyville, Alta Alberta Kevin Martin Alberta Jamie King
Cactus Pheasant Classic Oct 30-Nov 2 Brooks, Alta Ontario Glenn Howard Alberta Kevin Martin
Red Deer Curling Classic Oct 30-Nov 2 Red Deer, Alta Alberta Ted Appelman Alberta Dan Petryk
Yukon Title Curling Classic Nov 6-9 Fairbanks, AK United States Leland Rich United States Greg Persinger
Duluth Cash Spiel Nov 7-10 Duluth, MN United States Craig Brown Canada Randy Neufeld
Best Western Wayside Inn Curling Classic Nov 7-10 Lloydminster, Alta Alberta Kevin Martin Saskatchewan Warren Hassall
Whites Drug Store Curling Classic Nov 7-10 Swan River, Man. Manitoba Allan Lyburn Manitoba Kelly Skinner
Lucerne Curling Trophy Nov 13-16 Lucerne, SUI Switzerland Andi Schwaller Switzerland Stefan Karnusian
Masters of Curling Nov 14-16 Waterloo, Ont Ontario Glenn Howard Alberta Kevin Koe
Interlake Pharmacy Classic Nov 20-24 Stonewall, Man. Manitoba Jeff Stoughton Manitoba Allan Lyburn
Skookum WCT Cash Spiel Nov 20-23 Whitehorse, Yukon Alberta Chris Schille United States Jason Larway
Wainwright Roaming Buffalo Classic Nov 21-24 Wainwright, Alta Alberta Shane Park Alberta Ted Appelman
SunLife Financial Invitational Classic Nov 21-24 Brantford, Ont. Ontario Glenn Howard Quebec Jean-Michel Ménard
Challenge Casino de Charlevoix Nov 26-30 Clermont, Que. China Wang Fengchun Ontario Peter Steski
Seattle Cash Spiel Nov 28-30 Seattle, WA United States Mark Johnson Canada Ken Watson
Dauphin Clinic Pharmacy Classic Nov 28-Dec 1 Dauphin, Man. Manitoba Brendan Taylor Manitoba Terry McNamee
PointOptical Curling Classic Nov 28-Dec 1 Saskatoon, Sask. Saskatchewan Eugene Hritzuk Saskatchewan Joel Jordison
Scottish Open Nov 28-30 Edinburgh, SCO Germany Andy Kapp Sweden Goran Carlsson
The Korbel Championship Dec 5-7 Madison, WI United States Greg Romaniuk United States Pete Fenson
The National Dec 5-7 Quebec City, Que. Ontario Wayne Middaugh Newfoundland and Labrador Brad Gushue
Diversified Transportation Canada Cup Qualifier Dec 11-15 Edmonton, Alta. British Columbia Bob Ursel Alberta Kevin Martin
Super One Shoot-out @ Curl Mesabi Dec 19-21 Eveleth, MN United States Tyler George United States Cassandra Potter
Ramada Perth Masters Jan 8-11 Perth, SCO Canada Kevin Koe Norway Thomas Ulsrud
BDO Canadian Open of Curling Jan 22-25 Winnipeg, Man. Ontario Glenn Howard Alberta Kevin Martin
Prague Grand Prix Jan 30-Feb 1 Prague, CZE Canada Chris Schille Switzerland Jan Hauser
DeKalb Superspiel Mar 19-23 Morris, Man. Manitoba Vic Peters Manitoba Randy Dutiaume
Bear Mountain Arena Classic Mar 26-29 Victoria, BC Ontario Wayne Middaugh Manitoba Mike McEwen
Grey Power Players' Championship Apr 14-19 Grande Prairie, Alta. Alberta Randy Ferbey Ontario Glenn Howard

Women's World Curling Tour winners[edit]

Event Date Location Winning skip Runner-up skip
Boston Pizza Shootout Sept. 18-21 Edmonton, AB Switzerland Mirjam Ott China Wang Bingyu
AMJ Campbell Shorty Jenkins Classic Sept. 18-21 Brockville, ON Quebec Marie-France Larouche Quebec Ève Bélisle
Radisson SAS Oslo Cup Sept. 25-28 Oslo, Norway Scotland Kelly Wood Sweden Anette Norberg
CUETS Schmirler Curling Classic Sept 26-29 Regina, SK Alberta Shannon Kleibrink Ontario Krista McCarville
Twin Anchors Houseboat Cashspiel Oct. 2-5 Vernon, BC Alberta Shannon Kleibrink British Columbia Kelly Scott
RE/MAX Women's Masters Basel Oct. 10-12 Basel, Switzerland Sweden Anette Norberg Scotland Edith Loudon
Trail Appliances Curling Classic Oct. 10-13 Calgary, AB Alberta Shannon Kleibrink Alberta Cheryl Bernard
Strauss Crown of Curling Oct. 17-20 Kamloops, BC South Korea Kim Mi-Yeon British Columbia Marla Mallett
Meyers Norris Penny Charity Classic Oct. 17-20 Medicine Hat, AB Alberta Casey Scheidegger Alberta Lisa Johnson
Zurich Women's Masters Oct 17-19 Zurich, Switzerland Germany Andrea Schöpp Switzerland Michèle Jäggi
Southwestern Ontario Women's Charity Cashspiel Oct 17-20 London, ON Ontario Rachel Homan China Wang Bingyu
Coupe Quebec Oct. 23-27 Quebec City, QC Quebec Marie-France Larouche Quebec Allison Ross
Casinos of Winnipeg Classic Oct. 24-27 Winnipeg, MB Saskatchewan Michelle Englot British Columbia Kelly Scott
Stockholm Ladies Cup Oct. 30-Nov. 2 Stockholm, Sweden Sweden Stina Viktorsson Switzerland Binia Feltscher-Beeli
Red Deer Curling Classic Oct. 30-Nov. 2 Red Deer, AB Alberta Cheryl Bernard Alberta Shannon Kleibrink
Duluth Cash Spiel Nov. 7-10 Duluth, MN Ontario Krista McCarville United States Amy Wright
Colonial Square Ladies Classic Nov. 7-10 Saskatoon, SK Saskatchewan Stefanie Lawton Saskatchewan Michelle Englot
Royal Lepage OVCA Women's Fall Classic Nov. 7-9 Kemptville, ON Ontario Rachel Homan Ontario Sherry Middaugh
Wayden Transportation Ladies Classic Nov. 14-17 Winnipeg, MB Manitoba Jennifer Jones Saskatchewan Stefanie Lawton
Interlake Pharmacy Classic Nov. 20-24 Stonewall, MB Manitoba Kim Link Manitoba Kerri Flett
SunLife Financial Invitational Classic Nov. 21-24 Brantford, ON Quebec Marie-France Larouche Ontario Jacqueline Harrison
Sobeys Slam Nov. 27-30 New Glasgow, NS Quebec Marie-France Larouche Saskatchewan Stefanie Lawton
VCC Ladies Totem Cashspiel Nov. 28-30 Vancouver, BC British Columbia Marla Mallett British Columbia Ashleigh Clark
International ZO Women's Tournament Nov. 28-30 Wetzikon, Switzerland Switzerland Mirjam Ott Switzerland Marlene Albrecht
Boundary Ford Curling Classic Nov. 28-Dec. 1 Lloydminster, AB Alberta Kristie Moore Alberta Andrea McCutcheon
John Shea Insurance Canada Cup Qualifier Dec. 11-15 Ottawa, ON Quebec Marie-France Larouche Saskatchewan Amber Holland
International Bernese Ladies Cup Jan. 9-11 Bern, Switzerland Alberta Shannon Kleibrink Germany Andrea Schöpp
Glynhill Ladies International Jan. 16-19 Glasgow, Scotland Manitoba Jennifer Jones Switzerland Binia Feltscher-Beeli
DEKALB Superspiel Mar. 13-19 Morris, MB Alberta Crystal Webster Quebec Ève Bélisle
Players' Championships Apr. 14-19 Grande Prairie, AB Manitoba Jennifer Jones Alberta Shannon Kleibrink

WCT Money Ranking[edit]

# Men's teams $ (CAD)
1 Glenn Howard 140,400
2 Kevin Martin 132,553
3 Randy Ferbey 92,000
4 Wayne Middaugh 76,594
5 Brad Gushue 75,624
6 Mike McEwen 62,100
7 Jeff Stoughton 62,000
8 Kevin Koe 60,366
9 Kerry Burtnyk 51,052
10 Chris Schille 45,417
Preceded by
2007–08
2008–09 curling season
September 2008 – April 2009
Succeeded by
2009–10