2012 Vic Open

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2012 Vic Open
Host city Quebec City, Quebec
Arena Club de curling Victoria
Dates December 13–16
Winner Quebec Simon Dupuis
Skip Simon Dupuis
Third Louis Biron
Second Frederic Boulanger
Lead Maurice Cayouette
Finalist Quebec Philippe Lemay

The 2012 Vic Open was held from December 13 to 16 at the Club de curling Victoria in Quebec City, Quebec as part of the 2012–13 World Curling Tour. The event was held in a round robin format, and the purse for the event was CAD$10,000,[1][2] of which the winner, Simon Dupuis, received CAD$1,800.[3] Dupuis defeated Philippe Lemay in the final with a score of 8–6.

Teams[edit]

The teams are listed as follows.[4][5]

Though the event is listed on the men's World Curling Tour, one women's team, skipped by Marie-France Larouche, was allowed to participate.

Skip Third Second Lead Locale
Alexandre Bergeron-Gallant Olivier Larouche William Lebel Marcel Tremblay Quebec Quebec City, Quebec
Pascal Chouinard Pierre Lajoie Mathieu Gagnon Thierry Fournier Quebec Quebec City, Quebec
Robert Desjardins Jean-Sébastien Roy Steven Munroe Steeve Villeneuve Quebec Chicoutimi, Quebec
Simon Dupuis Louis Biron Frederic Boulanger Maurice Cayouette Quebec Buckingham, Quebec
Dan Elie Daniel Caron Paul Lodge Dany Beaulieu Quebec Otterburn Park, Quebec
Martin Ferland François Roberge Shawn Fowler Maxime Elmaleh Quebec Quebec City, Quebec
Michael Fournier Francois Gionest Yannick Martel Jean-Francois Charest Quebec Montreal, Quebec
Steeve Gagnon Martin Roy Mike Coolidge Olivier Beaulieu Quebec Rosemère, Quebec
Pierre Gervais Guy Turner Allain Maillette Eric Lemaire Quebec Trois-Rivières, Quebec
Guy Hemmings François Gagné Ghyslain Richard Christian Bouchard Quebec Montreal, Quebec
Denis Laflamme Bernard Gingras Claude Gagnon Alain Lapierre Quebec Sept-Îles, Quebec
Marie-France Larouche Brenda Nicholls Véronique Grégoire Amélie Blais Quebec Lévis, Quebec
Simon Lejour Yannick Lejour Mathieu Lambert Claude Chapdeelaine Quebec Lacolle, Quebec
Philippe Lemay Mathieu Beaufort Jean-Michel Arsenault Érik Lachance Quebec Trois-Rivières, Quebec
Nicolas Marceau Jasmin Gibeau Vincent Bourget Michael Fortin Quebec Quebec City, Quebec
Pierre-Luc Morissette David Godin Andre Desgagnes Stephane Roy Quebec Quebec City, Quebec

Round robin standings[edit]

Final Round Robin Standings[3][6]

Key
Teams to Playoffs
Pool A W L
Quebec Martin Ferland 3 0
Quebec Marie-France Larouche 2 1
Quebec Pierre Gervais 1 2
Quebec Alexandre Bergeron-Gallant 0 3
Pool B W L
Quebec Robert Desjardins 2 1
Quebec Simon Dupuis 2 1
Quebec Denis Laflamme 2 1
Quebec Pierre-Luc Morissette 0 3
Pool C W L
Quebec Philippe Lemay 3 0
Quebec Steeve Gagnon 2 1
Quebec Pascal Chouinard 1 2
Quebec Nicolas Marceau 0 3
Pool D W L
Quebec Michael Fournier 3 0
Quebec Dan Élie 2 1
Quebec Guy Hemmings 1 2
Quebec Simon Lejour 0 3

Tiebreaker[edit]

Team Final
Quebec Dan Élie 2
Quebec Marie-France Larouche 4

Playoffs[edit]

The playoffs draw is listed as follows:[7]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                 
Quebec Martin Ferland 5
Quebec Marie-France Larouche 6
Quebec Marie-France Larouche 1
Quebec Simon Dupuis 2
Quebec Simon Dupuis 6
Quebec Steeve Gagnon 3
Quebec Simon Dupuis 8
Quebec Philippe Lemay 6
Quebec Michael Fournier 6
Quebec Robert Desjardins 4
Quebec Michael Fournier 7
Quebec Philippe Lemay 8
Quebec Philippe Lemay 6
Quebec Denis Laflamme 1

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Vic Open 2012 – Voir l'affiche du tournoi" (in French). Club de curling Victoria. Retrieved 6 December 2012. 
  2. ^ "2012 Vic Open – Event/Contact information". World Curling Tour. Retrieved 6 December 2012. 
  3. ^ a b "Vic Open 2012 – Règlements spéciaux et horaire du tournoi" (PDF) (in French). Club de curling Victoria. Retrieved 9 December 2012. 
  4. ^ "Vic Open 2012 – Liste des équipes inscrites" (in French). Club de curling Victoria. Retrieved 6 December 2012. 
  5. ^ "2012 Vic Open – Teams". World Curling Tour. Retrieved 6 December 2012. 
  6. ^ "2012 Vic Open – Round Robin". World Curling Tour. Retrieved 12 December 2012. 
  7. ^ "2012 Vic Open – Playoffs". World Curling Tour. Retrieved 16 December 2012. 

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