Julie Tippin

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Julie Tippin
Born (1983-08-16) August 16, 1983 (age 33)
Pointe-Claire, Quebec
Curling club Woodstock CC,
Woodstock, ON
Skip Julie Tippin
Third Chantal Duhaime
Second Rachelle Vink
Lead Tess Bobbie
Alternate Kirsten Marshall
Top CTRS ranking 11th (2016–17)

Julie Tippin (born August 16, 1983 in Pointe-Claire, Quebec as Julie Reddick) is a Canadian curler from Owen Sound, Ontario. Tippin is a three-time provincial junior champion, and a Canadian mixed champion.


Tippin began her successful curling career by winning the 1999 Ontario provincial junior championships. At the 1999 Canadian Junior Curling Championships, Tippin skipped Ontario to an 8-4 record, just out of the playoffs. Tippin was still eligible for Bantams that year, and she won the 1999 Bantam Girls provincial championship as well.

Tippin won another provincial junior championship in 2000 to qualify her for the 2000 Canadian Junior Curling Championships. Again, her Ontario team finished with an 8-4 record, and once again it would not be good enough to make the playoffs.

Tippin won her third provincial junior championship in 2002. At the 2002 Canadian Junior Curling Championships, her team finished with another winning record, this time 7-5, but again they fell short of the playoffs.

Tippin would also find success in Mixed curling. In 2000, she played third for John Epping, winning the provincial mixed junior championship and repeated the title in 2002 when she played third for Sebastien Robillard. Tippin would then win back to back Ontario Mixed titles in 2006 and 2007 throwing third stones for John Epping. The team won the 2006 Canadian Mixed Curling Championship, but were unable to repeat in 2007, finishing 6-5.

Personal life[edit]

Tippin attended Oakville Trafalgar High School and Wilfrid Laurier University. She is employed as a chartered accountant with BDO. She married Dylan Tippin in 2015, changing her name from Reddick.[1]

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