2012–13 curling season

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The 2012–13 curling season began at the end of August 2012 and ended in April 2013.

Note: In events with two genders, the men's tournament winners is listed before the women's tournament winners.

CCA-sanctioned events[edit]

This section lists events sanctioned by and/or conducted by the Canadian Curling Association (CCA). The following events in bold have been confirmed by the CCA as are part of the 2012–13 Season of Champions programme.[1]

Event Winning team Runner-up team
Canadian Mixed Curling Championship
Montreal, Quebec, Nov. 15–24
 Ontario  Nova Scotia
The Dominion Curling Club Championship
Toronto, Ontario, Nov. 19–24
 Alberta  Manitoba
 Ontario  Quebec
Canada Cup of Curling
Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Nov. 28 – Dec. 2
Manitoba Jeff Stoughton Ontario Glenn Howard
Saskatchewan Stefanie Lawton Manitoba Kaitlyn Lawes
Continental Cup of Curling
Penticton, British Columbia, Jan. 10–13
CanadaUnited States North America United Nations World
Canadian Junior Curling Championships
Fort McMurray, Alberta, Jan. 31 – Feb. 10
 Manitoba  Alberta
 British Columbia  Manitoba
Tournament of Hearts
Kingston, Ontario, Feb. 16–24
 Ontario  Manitoba
Tim Hortons Brier
Edmonton, Alberta, Mar. 2–10
 Northern Ontario  Manitoba
World Women's Curling Championship
Riga, Latvia, Mar. 16–24
 Scotland  Sweden
Canadian Senior Curling Championships
Summerside, Prince Edward Island, Mar. 16–24
 New Brunswick  Ontario
 Nova Scotia  Alberta
CIS/CCA University Curling Championships
Kamloops, British Columbia, Mar. 20–24
Ontario Waterloo Warriors Alberta Alberta Golden Bears
Manitoba Manitoba Bisons Alberta Alberta Pandas
Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship
Ottawa, Ontario, Mar. 24–31
 Quebec  British Columbia
World Men's Curling Championship
Victoria, British Columbia, Mar. 30 – Apr. 7
 Sweden  Canada
Canadian Masters Curling Championships
Thunder Bay, Ontario, Apr. 8–14
 Alberta  Ontario
 Ontario  Alberta
World Senior Curling Championships
Fredericton, New Brunswick, Apr. 13–20
 Canada  New Zealand
 Canada  Austria
World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship
Fredericton, New Brunswick, Apr. 13–20
 Hungary  Sweden

Other events[edit]

Note: Events that were not placed on the CCA's list of CCA-sanctioned events are listed here.

Event Winning team Runner-up team
European Mixed Curling Championship
Erzurum, Turkey, Sep. 30 – Oct. 6
 Scotland  Sweden
European Curling Championships — Group C
Erzurum, Turkey, Oct. 5–10
C  Turkey  Croatia
 Belarus  Turkey
World Wheelchair Curling Championship Qualification
Lohja, Finland, Nov. 3–8
 Norway  Finland
Pacific-Asia Curling Championships
Naseby, New Zealand, Nov. 18–25
 China  Japan
 China  Japan
European Curling Championships
Karlstad, Sweden, Dec. 7–15
A  Sweden  Norway
 Russia  Scotland
B  Finland  Latvia
 Latvia  Norway
European Junior Curling Challenge
Prague, Czech Republic, Jan. 3–8
 Italy  Denmark
 Denmark  Hungary
Pacific-Asia Junior Curling Championships
Tokoro, Kitami, Japan, Jan. 10–16
 China  South Korea
 Japan  China
The Dominion All-Star Curling Skins Game
Rama, Ontario, Jan. 19–20
Team Glenn Howard Team Kevin Koe
World Wheelchair Curling Championship
Sochi, Russia, Feb. 16–23
 Canada  Sweden
World Junior Curling Championships
Sochi, Russia, Feb. 28 – Mar. 10
 Scotland  Russia
 Russia  Scotland
Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Trials
Leduc, Alberta, Mar. 14–17
Quebec Desjardins/Néron Saskatchewan Kalthoff/Martin
Karuizawa International Curling Championship
Karuizawa, Japan, Apr. 18–21
South Korea Kim Chang-min Japan Yusuke Morozumi
Switzerland Binia Feltscher-Beeli Japan Ayumi Ogasawara

World Curling Tour[edit]

Grand Slam events in bold.[2][3]

Note: More events may be posted as time progresses.

Teams[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Week Event Winning skip Runner-up skip
3 Baden Masters
Baden, Switzerland, Aug. 31 – Sept. 2
Switzerland Sven Michel Switzerland Peter de Cruz
5 AMJ Campbell Shorty Jenkins Classic
Brockville, Ontario, Sept. 13–16
Ontario John Epping Manitoba Jeff Stoughton
The Shoot-Out
Edmonton, Alberta, Sept. 13–16
Alberta Jamie King Alberta Charley Thomas
Cloverdale Cash Spiel
Surrey, British Columbia, Sept. 14–16
British Columbia Brent Pierce British Columbia Sean Geall
6 Radisson Blu Oslo Cup
Oslo, Norway, Sept. 20–23
Sweden Niklas Edin Finland Markku Uusipaavalniemi
Point Optical Curling Classic
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Sept. 21–24
Ontario John Epping Alberta Kevin Koe
7 Horizon Laser Vision Center Classic
Regina, Saskatchewan, Sept. 28 – Oct. 1
China Zou Dejia Saskatchewan Brent Gedak
Prestige Hotels & Resorts Curling Classic
Vernon, British Columbia, Sept. 28 – Oct. 1
British Columbia Jim Cotter Alberta Jamie King
8 Swiss Cup Basel
Basel, Switzerland, Oct. 4–7
Sweden Oskar Eriksson Switzerland Sven Michel
StuSells Toronto Tankard
Toronto, Ontario, Oct. 5–8
Manitoba Jeff Stoughton Ontario Joe Frans
Westcoast Curling Classic
New Westminster, British Columbia, Oct. 5–8
Alberta Kevin Martin British Columbia Andrew Bilesky
Shamrock Shotgun
Edmonton, Alberta, Oct. 5–7
Alberta Danny Sherrard Alberta Thomas Scoffin
9 Meyers Norris Penny Charity Classic
Medicine Hat, Alberta, Oct. 12–15
Alberta David Nedohin Saskatchewan Randy Bryden
St. Paul Cash Spiel
St. Paul, Minnesota, Oct. 12–14
Minnesota John Shuster Minnesota Todd Birr
10 Valley First Crown of Curling
Kamloops, British Columbia, Oct. 19–22
British Columbia Brent Pierce Alberta Jamie King
Canad Inns Prairie Classic
Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Oct. 19–22
Alberta Kevin Koe Alberta Kevin Martin
The Flatiron Challenge at Lacombe
Lacombe, Alberta, Oct. 19–21
Alberta Robert Schlender Alberta Parker Konschuh
11 Cactus Pheasant Classic
Brooks, Alberta, Oct. 25–28
Alberta Kevin Koe Manitoba Mike McEwen
Challenge Chateau Cartier de Gatineau
Gatineau/Buckingham, Quebec, Oct. 25–28
Nova Scotia Mark Dacey Newfoundland and Labrador Brad Gushue
Curling Masters Champéry
Champéry, Switzerland, Oct. 26–28
Sweden Marcus Hasselborg Switzerland Peter de Cruz
Bernick's Miller Lite Open
Bemidji, Minnesota, Oct. 26–28
Ontario Al Hackner Minnesota Pete Fenson
12 Red Deer Curling Classic
Red Deer, Alberta, Nov. 2–5
Alberta Brendan Bottcher Alberta Kevin Koe
13 Edinburgh International
Edinburgh, Scotland, Nov. 8–10
Scotland Tom Brewster Germany John Jahr
Whites Drug Store Classic
Swan River, Manitoba, Nov. 9–12
Manitoba Mike McEwen Saskatchewan Randy Bryden
Vancouver Island Shootout
Victoria, British Columbia, Nov. 9–12
British Columbia Jay Wakefield British Columbia Neil Dangerfield
Courtesy Freight Northern Ontario Superspiel
Thunder Bay, Ontario, Nov. 9–11
Ontario Al Hackner Ontario Craig Kochan
Original 16 WCT Bonspiel
Calgary, Alberta, Nov. 9–11
Alberta Steve Petryk Alberta Robert Schlender
14 The Masters Grand Slam of Curling
Brantford, Ontario, Nov. 14–18
Alberta Kevin Koe British Columbia Jim Cotter
Wainwright Roaming Buffalo Classic
Wainwright, Alberta, Nov. 16–19
Washington (state) Mark Johnson Alberta Jamie King
Dauphin Clinic Pharmacy Classic
Dauphin, Manitoba, Nov. 16–19
Saskatchewan Randy Bryden Saskatchewan Scott Bitz
15 Challenge Casino de Charlevoix
Clermont, Quebec, Nov. 22–25
Switzerland Peter de Cruz Ontario Brad Jacobs
DEKALB Superspiel
Morris, Manitoba, Nov. 22–25
Manitoba William Lyburn Switzerland Alexander Attinger
Seattle Cash Spiel
Seattle, Washington, Nov. 23–25
Minnesota Todd Birr Washington (state) Brady Clark
Coors Light Cash Spiel
Duluth, Minnesota, Nov. 23–25
Ontario Bryan Burgess Minnesota John Shuster
Spruce Grove Cashspiel
Spruce Grove, Alberta, Nov. 23–25
Alberta Les Rogers Alberta Greg Keith
16 Madison Cash Spiel
Madison, Wisconsin, Nov. 30 – Dec. 2
Minnesota Pete Fenson Minnesota John Shuster
18 Canadian Open of Curling
Kelowna, British Columbia, Dec. 12–16
Ontario Glenn Howard Ontario Brad Jacobs
Iron Trail Motors Shoot-Out
Eveleth, Minnesota, Dec. 13–16
Minnesota Tyler George Minnesota Todd Birr
Vic Open
Quebec City, Quebec, Dec. 14–16
Quebec Simon Dupuis Quebec Philippe Lemay
21 Mercure Perth Masters
Perth, Scotland, Jan. 3–6
Norway Thomas Ulsrud Canada Mike McEwen
24 The National
Port Hawkesbury, Nova Scotia, Jan. 23–27
Manitoba Jeff Stoughton Manitoba Mike McEwen
German Masters
Hamburg, Germany, Jan. 25–27
Scotland David Murdoch Denmark Rasmus Stjerne
30 Pomeroy Inn & Suites Prairie Showdown
Grande Prairie, Alberta, Mar. 14–17
China Liu Rui Manitoba Mike McEwen
33 Victoria Curling Classic
Victoria, British Columbia, Mar. 21–24
Sweden Niklas Edin Manitoba Mike McEwen
36 The Players' Championship
Toronto, Ontario, Apr. 16–21
Ontario Glenn Howard Manitoba Mike McEwen
European Masters
St. Gallen, Switzerland, Apr. 17–20
Sweden Oskar Eriksson Switzerland Sven Michel

Women's events[edit]

Week Event Winning skip Runner-up skip
5 AMJ Campbell Shorty Jenkins Classic
Brockville, Ontario, Sept. 13–16
Ontario Tracy Horgan Scotland Eve Muirhead
The Shoot-Out
Edmonton, Alberta, Sept. 13–16
Manitoba Kaitlyn Lawes Alberta Crystal Webster
Cloverdale Cash Spiel
Surrey, British Columbia, Sept. 14–16
China Wang Bingyu British Columbia Allison MacInnes
6 Radisson Blu Oslo Cup
Oslo, Norway, Sept. 20–23
Canada Sherry Middaugh Sweden Margaretha Sigfridsson
7 Prestige Hotels & Resorts Curling Classic
Vernon, British Columbia, Sept. 28 – Oct. 1
Alberta Heather Nedohin Russia Anna Sidorova
8 Curlers Corner Autumn Gold Curling Classic
Calgary, Alberta, Oct. 5–8
Ontario Sherry Middaugh Ontario Rachel Homan
Shamrock Shotgun
Edmonton, Alberta, Oct. 5–7
Japan Satsuki Fujisawa South Korea Kim Eun-jung
9 Atkins Curling Supplies Women's Classic
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Oct. 12–15
Manitoba Kate Cameron Manitoba Kerri Einarson
Meyers Norris Penny Charity Classic
Medicine Hat, Alberta, Oct. 12–15
Saskatchewan Chantelle Eberle Alberta Lisa Eyamie
Women's Masters Basel
Basel, Switzerland, Oct. 12–14
Sweden Margaretha Sigfridsson Switzerland Silvana Tirinzoni
St. Paul Cash Spiel
St. Paul, Minnesota, Oct. 12–14
New York (state) Patti Lank Minnesota Margie Smith
10 Manitoba Lotteries Women's Curling Classic
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Oct. 19–22
Saskatchewan Stefanie Lawton Ontario Rachel Homan
Valley First Crown of Curling
Kamloops, British Columbia, Oct. 19–22
China Wang Bingyu Denmark Lene Nielsen
11 Challenge Chateau Cartier de Gatineau
Gatineau/Buckingham, Quebec, Oct. 25–28
Ontario Julie Reddick Ontario Cathy Auld
12 Royal LePage OVCA Women's Fall Classic
Kemptville, Ontario, Nov. 1–4
Ontario Rachel Homan Ontario Allison Nimik
Stockholm Ladies Cup
Stockholm, Sweden, Nov. 1–4
Sweden Anette Norberg Sweden Anna Hasselborg
Red Deer Curling Classic
Red Deer, Alberta, Nov. 2–5
Manitoba Chelsea Carey Manitoba Kaitlyn Lawes
13 Colonial Square Ladies Classic
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Nov. 9–12
Saskatchewan Stefanie Lawton Manitoba Chelsea Carey
Vancouver Island Shootout
Victoria, British Columbia, Nov. 9–12
British Columbia Roberta Kuhn Alberta Heather Jensen
Courtesy Freight Northern Ontario Superspiel
Thunder Bay, Ontario, Nov. 9–11
Ontario Krista McCarville Ontario Ashley Kallos
14 The Masters Grand Slam of Curling
Brantford, Ontario, Nov. 14–18
Ontario Rachel Homan Manitoba Chelsea Carey
15 DEKALB Superspiel
Morris, Manitoba, Nov. 22–25
Manitoba Darcy Robertson Manitoba Barb Spencer
Molson Cash Spiel
Duluth, Minnesota, Nov. 23–25
Ontario Krista McCarville Wisconsin Becca Hamilton
Spruce Grove Cashspiel
Spruce Grove, Alberta, Nov. 23–25
Alberta Tiffany Steuber Alberta Holly Whyte
16 Boundary Ford Curling Classic
Lloydminster, Alberta, Nov. 30 – Dec. 3
Alberta Renée Sonnenberg Alberta Casey Scheidegger
International ZO Women's Tournament
Wetzikon, Switzerland, Nov. 30 – Dec. 2
Switzerland Michèle Jäggi Switzerland Mirjam Ott
Madison Cash Spiel
Madison, Wisconsin, Nov. 30 – Dec. 2
Wisconsin Erika Brown Ontario Jill Mouzar
18 Iron Trail Motors Shoot-Out
Eveleth, Minnesota, Dec. 14–16
Alberta Jessie Kaufman Minnesota Allison Pottinger
22 International Bernese Ladies Cup
Bern, Switzerland, Jan. 11–13
Switzerland Silvana Tirinzoni Denmark Lene Nielsen
23 Glynhill Ladies International
Glasgow, Scotland, Jan. 18–20
Switzerland Binia Feltscher Canada Heather Nedohin
30 Pomeroy Inn & Suites Prairie Showdown
Grande Prairie, Alberta, Mar. 14–17
Switzerland Mirjam Ott Ontario Tracy Horgan
36 The Players' Championship
Toronto, Ontario, Apr. 16–21
Scotland Eve Muirhead Sweden Margaretha Sigfridsson

WCT Order of Merit rankings[edit]

Men[4]

as of Week 36
# Skip Points
1 Ontario Glenn Howard 502.540
2 Manitoba Mike McEwen 435.985
3 Sweden Niklas Edin 397.980
4 Alberta Kevin Koe 377.200
5 Alberta Kevin Martin 372.930
6 Manitoba Jeff Stoughton 364.587
7 Ontario Brad Jacobs 301.379
8 Ontario John Epping 296.070
9 Newfoundland and Labrador Brad Gushue 250.371
10 Norway Thomas Ulsrud 224.564

Women[5]

as of Week 36
# Skip Points
1 Manitoba Jennifer Jones 402.150
2 Saskatchewan Stefanie Lawton 334.785
3 Scotland Eve Muirhead 302.870
4 Alberta Heather Nedohin 298.665
5 Sweden Margaretha Sigfridsson 273.640
6 Ontario Rachel Homan 268.595
7 Ontario Sherry Middaugh 258.735
8 Switzerland Mirjam Ott 248.555
9 Russia Anna Sidorova 238.505
10 Manitoba Chelsea Carey 231.700

WCT Money List[edit]

Men[6]

as of Week 36
# Skip $ (CAD)
1 Alberta Kevin Koe 110,700
2 Manitoba Mike McEwen 108,861
3 Manitoba Jeff Stoughton 95,400
4 Ontario Glenn Howard 72,000
5 Alberta Kevin Martin 70,000
6 Sweden Niklas Edin 58,815
7 Ontario Brad Jacobs 57,100
8 Newfoundland and Labrador Brad Gushue 47,726
9 British Columbia Jim Cotter 43,000
10 Ontario John Epping 35,400

Women[7]

as of Week 36
# Skip $ (CAD)
1 Ontario Rachel Homan 60,800
2 Saskatchewan Stefanie Lawton 46,400
3 Manitoba Chelsea Carey 39,300
4 Scotland Eve Muirhead 38,582
5 Manitoba Jennifer Jones 32,200
6 Sweden Margaretha Sigfridsson 32,033
7 Alberta Shannon Kleibrink 31,900
8 Russia Anna Sidorova 31,556
9 Ontario Sherry Middaugh 31,243
10 Switzerland Silvana Tirinzoni 30,011

The Dominion MA Cup[edit]

The Dominion MA Cup (presented by TSN) was contested in the 2012–13 season.[8][9] The Cup was awarded to the Canadian Curling Association Member Association (MA) who has had the most success during the season in CCA-sanctioned events. Events included the Canadian mixed championship, men's and women's juniors championships, the Scotties, the Brier, the men's and women's senior championships and the national wheelchair championship. Points were awarded based on placement in each of the events, with the top association receiving 14 points, the 2nd place team with 13, etc.

Standings[edit]

Final standings

Rank Member Association CMCC CWJCC CMJCC Scotties Brier CWSCC CMSCC CWhCC Total Pts. Avg. Pts.
1  Ontario 14 12 11 14 12 5 13 8 89 11.125
2  Manitoba 5 13 14 13 13 12 8 10 88 11.000
3  Nova Scotia 13 8 12 8 4 14 10 7 76 9.500
3  Alberta 8 5 13 3 10 13 12 12 76 9.500
5  Quebec 12 7 7 6 9 11 9 14 75 9.375
6  New Brunswick 11 9 9 9 7 9 14 5 73 9.125
7  British Columbia 7 14 8 12 3 6 7 13 70 8.750
8  Saskatchewan 10 10 10 10 6 7 6 6 65 8.125
9  Northern Ontario 9 3 5 n/a 14 10 4 11 56 8.000
10  Newfoundland and Labrador 1 6 4 4 11 8 5 9 48 6.000
11  Prince Edward Island 6 2 3 7 5 3 11 n/a 37 5.286
12  Northwest Territories 4 4 2 5 8 4 3 n/a 30 4.286
13  Yukon 3 11 6 2 2 2 2 n/a 28 4.000
14  Nunavut 2 1 1 n/a n/a 1 1 n/a 6 1.200

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Preceded by
2011–12
2012–13 curling season
September 2012 – April 2013
Succeeded by
2013–14