Lisa Eyamie

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Lisa Eyamie
Curler
Born Lisa Fargey
(1977-04-10) April 10, 1977 (age 38)
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Team
Curling club Milo CC,
Milo, Alberta
Skip Shannon Kleibrink
Third Lisa Eyamie
Second Nikki Smith
Lead Darah Blandford
Career
Hearts appearances 0
Top CCA ranking 9th (2008-09)
Grand Slam victories 0

Lisa Eyamie (born April 10, 1977 in Winnipeg, Manitoba as Lisa Fargey) is a Canadian curler from Calgary, Alberta.

Eyamie was a top junior curler in her native province of Manitoba. She played in six provincial junior championships, but never won the event. She has also curled in five provincial mixed championships in Manitoba. In addition to that, Eyamie has curled in 4 Manitoba Scotties Tournament of Hearts and 2 Alberta Scotties Tournament of Hearts. She has yet to win a provincial championship.

Eyamie left Manitoba in 2008 to play third for Heather Rankin's Calgary rink. The team qualified for the 2009 Olympic Pre-Trials. However, the team won just one game in a total of four.

Eyamie left the Rankin rink in 2010 to skip her own team. The Eyamie rink is one of the regulars on the World Curling Tour. Since becoming a skip in 2010, Eyamie has failed to win any WCT Tour events, but she has made it to the final in two events.

Eyamie is a graduate of the University of Manitoba.

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