2009–10 curling season

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The 2009–10 curling season began in September 2009 and ended in April 2010.

Season of Champions top three finishes[edit]

(Only team's skip listed)

Event Winner Runner-up Third place
Canadian Mixed  Nova Scotia (Dacey)  Ontario (Bice)  British Columbia (Montgomery)
TSN Skins Game Scotland David Murdoch Alberta Randy Ferbey Ontario Glenn Howard
Alberta Kevin Martin
Canadian Juniors (men's)  Ontario Walker  Manitoba Forrest  Saskatchewan Mokowsy
Canadian Juniors (women's)  Ontario (Homan)  British Columbia (Silvertson)  Northern Ontario (Lilly)
Scotties Tournament of Hearts  Canada (Jones)  Prince Edward Island (O'Rourke)  Ontario (McCarville)
Winter Olympics - Men's  Canada (Martin)  Norway (Ulsrud)   Switzerland (Stöckli)
Winter Olympics - Women's  Sweden (Norberg)  Canada (Bernard)  China (Wang B.)
Tim Hortons Brier  Alberta (Koe)  Ontario (Howard)  Northern Ontario (Jacobs)
World Junior Championships (men's)   Switzerland (Schwarz)  Scotland (Fraser)  Canada (Walker)
World Junior Championships (women's)  Sweden (Hasselborg)  Canada (Homan)  United States (Carlson)
Canadian Seniors (men's)  Alberta (Johnson)  Ontario (Parry)  Saskatchewan (Heidt)
Canadian Seniors (women's)  British Columbia (Jurgenson)  New Brunswick (Hanlon)  Northern Ontario (Barrett)
Women's World Championships  Germany (Schöpp)  Scotland (Muirhead)  Canada (Jones)
Men's World Championships  Canada (Koe)  Norway (Nergård)  Scotland (Smith)

Other events[edit]

Event Winner Runner-up Third place
European Mixed  Scotland (Brewster)  Denmark (Ostrowski)  England (Macdougall)
Pacific Championships (men's)  China (Wang F.)  Japan (Morozumi)  South Korea (Kim C.)
Pacific Championships (women's)  China (Wang B.)  Japan (Meguro)  South Korea (Kim Y.)
European Championships (men's)  Sweden (Edin)   Switzerland (Stöckli)  Norway (Ulsrud)
European Championships (women's)  Germany (Schöpp)   Switzerland (Ott)  Denmark (Jensen)
USA-Brazil Challenge  United States (Fenson)  Brazil (Kossaka)
Winter Paralympics (wheelchair)  Canada (Armstrong)  South Korea (Kim H.)  Sweden (Jungnell)
Mixed Doubles  Russia (Dron/Nekrosova)  New Zealand (S. Becker/B. Becker)  China (Zhang/Sun)
World Seniors (men's)  United States (Pustovar)  Canada (Delaney)  Australia (Millikin)
World Seniors (women's)  Canada (Pinkney)   Switzerland (Nedkoff)  Sweden (Medahl)

World Curling Tour events[edit]

Event Date Location Winning skip Runner-up skip
Baden Masters Sept 11-13 Baden, Switzerland Newfoundland and Labrador Brad Gushue Norway Thomas Ulsrud
September Shoot-Out Sept 16-20 Edmonton, AB British Columbia Bob Ursel Alberta Randy Ferbey
AMJ Campbell Shorty Jenkins Classic Sept 17-20 Brockville, ON Newfoundland and Labrador Brad Gushue Alberta Kevin Martin
Radisson SAS Oslo Cup Sept 24-27 Oslo, Norway Sweden Oskar Eriksson Norway Thomas Ulsrud
Horizon Laser Vision Center Classic Oct. 1-4 Regina, SK Saskatchewan Pat Simmons Saskatchewan Brennen Jones
Twin Anchors Invitational Oct. 1-4 Vernon, BC Alberta Kevin Koe British Columbia Bob Ursel
Swiss Cup Basel Oct. 2-5 Basel, Switzerland Norway Thomas Ulsrud Sweden Niklas Edin
World Financial Group Classic Oct. 9-12 Calgary, AB Alberta Brent Bawel Alberta Steve Mackey
Manitoba Lotteries Men's Curling Classic Oct. 9-12 Brandon, MB Manitoba Jeff Stoughton Manitoba David Bohn
Westcoast Curling Classic Oct. 9-12 New Westminster, BC British Columbia Bob Ursel British Columbia Sean Geall
Bern Open Oct. 16-18 Bern, Switzerland Norway Thomas Ulsrud New Brunswick Russ Howard
St. Paul Cash Spiel Oct. 16-19 St. Paul, Minnesota Ontario Mike Pozihun Ontario Bryan Burgess
Meyers Norris Penny Charity Classic Oct. 16-19 Medicine Hat, AB Alberta Wade White Alberta Ted Appelman
Challenge Casino Lac Leamy Oct. 22-25 Gatineau, QC Quebec Jean-Michel Ménard Ontario Neil Sinclair
Grey Power World Cup of Curling Oct. 22-25 Mississauga, ON Ontario Glenn Howard Alberta Kevin Koe
Kamloops Crown of Curling Oct. 23-26 Kamloops, BC Alberta Ted Appelman Alberta Chris Schille
Meyers Norris Penny Prairie Classic Oct. 23-26 Portage la Prairie, MB Manitoba Kerry Burtnyk Manitoba Jason Gunnlaugson
Cactus Pheasant Classic Oct. 29-Nov 1 Brooks, AB Ontario Glenn Howard Alberta Kevin Martin
Duluth Cash Spiel Nov. 6-8 Duluth, MN United States Pete Fenson United States Craig Brown
Whites Drug Store Classic Nov. 6-9 Swan River, MB Alberta Kevin Martin Manitoba Dave Boehmer
Red Deer Curling Classic Nov. 6-9 Red Deer, AB Alberta Randy Ferbey Alberta Rob Armitage
Lucerne Curling Trophy Nov. 12-15 Lucerne, Switzerland Norway Thomas Ulsrud Switzerland Ralph Stöckli
Pharmasave Gimli Classic Nov. 13-15 Gimli, MB Manitoba Brendan Taylor Manitoba Reid Carruthers
Interlake Pharmacy Classic Nov. 19-23 Stonewall, MB Manitoba David Bohn Manitoba Dave Elias
Skookum WCT Cash Spiel Nov. 19-23 Whitehorse, YK Alberta Kevin Martin British Columbia Sean Geall
Sun Life Classic Nov. 20-23 Brantford, ON Manitoba Mike McEwen Quebec Martin Ferland
Wainwright Roaming Buffalo Classic Nov. 20-23 Wainwright, AB Saskatchewan Warren Hassall Alberta Brent Bawel
Challenge Casino de Charlevoix Nov. 25-29 Clermont, QC Alberta Randy Ferbey Quebec Jean-Michel Ménard
Edinburgh International Nov. 27-29 Edinburgh, Scotland Scotland David Murdoch Scotland Peter Loudon
Point Optical Curling Classic Nov. 27-30 Saskatoon, SK Saskatchewan Brad Heidt Saskatchewan Pat Simmons
Laphroaig Scotch Open Dec. 4-6 Madison, WI United States Kroy Nernberger United States Pete Fenson
Dauphin Clinic Pharmacy Classic Dec. 4-7 Dauphin, MB Manitoba David Hamblin Manitoba Travis Graham
Curl Mesabi Cash Spiel Dec. 11-13 Eveleth, MN United States John Shuster Manitoba Andrew Wickman
The Swiss Chalet National Jan. 6-10 Guelph, ON Newfoundland and Labrador Brad Gushue Alberta Randy Ferbey
Ramada Perth Masters Jan. 7-10 Perth, Scotland Scotland Tom Brewster Sweden Niklas Edin
BDO Classic Canadian Open Jan. 20-24 Winnipeg, MB Alberta Kevin Martin Ontario Glenn Howard
DEKALB Superspiel Mar. 11-15 Morris, MB Manitoba Mike McEwen Manitoba Dave Boehmer
Bear Mountain Arena Classic Mar. 25-28 Victoria, BC Alberta Kevin Martin Ontario Wayne Middaugh
Grey Power Players' Championship Apr. 13-18 Dawson Creek, BC Alberta Kevin Martin Newfoundland and Labrador Brad Gushue

Women's World Curling Tour events[edit]

Event Date Location Winning skip Runner-up skip
September Shoot-Out Sept 16-20 Edmonton, AB Alberta Cathy King Alberta Cheryl Bernard
AMJ Campbell Shorty Jenkins Classic Sept 17-20 Brockville, ON Ontario Rachel Homan Quebec Ève Bélisle
Radisson SAS Oslo Cup Sept 24-27 Oslo, Norway Manitoba Jennifer Jones Sweden Anette Norberg
Schmirler Curling Classic Sept 25-28 Regina, SK Saskatchewan Amber Holland British Columbia Kelly Scott
Twin Anchors Invitational Oct. 1-4 Vernon, BC Japan Moe Meguro Alberta Cheryl Bernard
Trail Appliances Curling Classic Oct. 9-12 Calgary, AB Manitoba Jennifer Jones China Wang Bingyu
RE/MAX Masters Basel Oct. 9-12 Basel, Switzerland Sweden Anette Norberg SwedenStina Viktorsson
Meyers Norris Penny Charity Classic Oct 16-19 Medicine Hat, AB Russia Liudmila Privivkova Alberta Karallee Swabb
Grasshopper Women's Masters Oct 16-18 Zurich, Switzerland Germany Andrea Schöpp United States Debbie McCormick
Three Nations Cup Oct 23-25 Mississauga, ON Scotland Eve Muirhead Saskatchewan Stefanie Lawton
Kamloops Crown of Curling Oct 23-26 Kamloops, BC British Columbia Colleen Hannah Alberta Faye White
Manitoba Lotteries Women's Curling Classic Oct 23-26 Winnipeg, MB British Columbia Kelly Scott Manitoba Jennifer Jones
Stockholm Ladies Cup Oct. 29-Nov. 1 Stockholm, Sweden Sweden Karin Rudstrom Russia Anna Sidorova
Colonial Square Ladies Classic Oct. 30-Nov. 2 Saskatoon, SK Saskatchewan Stefanie Lawton Switzerland Mirjam Ott
Duluth Cash Spiel Nov. 6-8 Duluth, MN Ontario Shauna Kentonen United States Erika Brown
Red Deer Curling Classic Nov. 6-9 Red Deer, AB Manitoba Jennifer Jones Alberta Shannon Kleibrink
OVCA Women's Fall Classic Nov. 6-8 Kemptville, ON United States Debbie McCormick Ontario Lisa Farnell
Interlake Pharmacy Classic Nov. 19-23 Stonewall, MB Manitoba Chelsea Carey Manitoba Janet Harvey
Sun Life Classic Nov. 20-23 Brantford, ON Ontario Jo-Ann Rizzo Alberta Shannon Kleibrink
International ZO Women's Tournament Nov. 27-29 Wetzikon, Switzerland Scotland Eve Muirhead Germany Andrea Schöpp
Boundary Ford Curling Classic Nov. 27-30 Lloydminster, AB Alberta Heather Nedohin Alberta Heather Rankin
International Bernese Ladies Cup Jan. 8-10 Bern, Switzerland Manitoba Jennifer Jones Japan Moe Meguro
Glynhill Ladies International Jan. 15-17 Glasgow, Scotland Switzerland Mirjam Ott Scotland Eve Muirhead
DEKALB Superspiel Mar. 11-15 Morris, MB Ontario Sherry Middaugh China Bingyu Wang
Grey Power Players' Championship Apr. 13-18 Dawson Creek, BC Alberta Cheryl Bernard Alberta Crystal Webster

WCT Order of Merit Rankings (Men's)[edit]

# Skip
1 Alberta Kevin Martin
2 Ontario Glenn Howard
3 Newfoundland and Labrador Brad Gushue
4 Norway Thomas Ulsrud
5 Alberta Kevin Koe
6 Manitoba Jeff Stoughton
7 Alberta Randy Ferbey
8 Ontario Wayne Middaugh
9 Manitoba Mike McEwen
10 Scotland David Murdoch

WCT Order of Merit Rankings (Women's)[edit]

# Skip
1 Manitoba Jennifer Jones
2 Alberta Cheryl Bernard
3 Alberta Shannon Kleibrink
4 China Wang Bingyu
5 Saskatchewan Stefanie Lawton
6 British Columbia Kelly Scott
7 Switzerland Mirjam Ott
8 Saskatchewan Amber Holland
9 Sweden Anette Norberg
10 Quebec Marie-France Larouche

Money Ranking[edit]

# Men's teams $ (CAD) Women's teams $ (CAD)
1 Kevin Martin 139,750 Jennifer Jones 55,578
2 Glenn Howard 97,150 Cheryl Bernard 43,209
3 Brad Gushue 82,528 Kelly Scott 37,300
4 Thomas Ulsrud 73,598 Amber Holland 27,200
5 Randy Ferbey 70,382 Shannon Kleibrink 27,000
6 Mike McEwen 66,255 Stefanie Lawton 26,000
7 Kevin Koe 65,650 Crystal Webster 24,800
8 Pat Simmons 47,500 Wang Bingyu 24,300
9 Jeff Stoughton 43,000 Eve Muirhead 23,526
10 Wayne Middaugh 43,000 Debbie McCormick 23,421
Preceded by
2008–09
2009–10 curling season
September 2009 – April 2010
Succeeded by
2010–11