Red Deer Curling Classic

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Red Deer Curling Classic is located in Canada
Red Deer CC
Red Deer CC
Location in Canada

The Red Deer Curling Classic (formerly the Meyers Norris Penny Men's Cashspiel and The Community Savings Ladies Classic[1]) is an annual bonspiel, or curling tournament, that takes place at the Red Deer Curling Centre in Red Deer, Alberta. The tournament is held in a triple-knockout format. The men's tournament, started in 1998, and the women's tournament, started in 2004, are both part of the World Curling Tour and have both been held every year since. Curlers from Alberta have dominated the event on both sides since its inception. The event counts toward the Canadian Team Ranking System, which hands out points based on performances at CTRS events and deals with qualification to the Canadian Olympic Curling Trials.

Past champions[edit]

Only skip's name is displayed.

Men[edit]

Year Winning team Runner up team Purse (CAD)
1998 Alberta Brent MacDonald
1999 Alberta Terry Meek
2000 Alberta James Pahl
2001 Alberta Blake MacDonald
2002 Alberta Adrian Bakker
2003 Alberta Tony Germsheid
2004 Alberta Mark Johnson
2006 Alberta Jamie King
2007 Alberta Kurt Balderston Alberta Rob Armitage
2008 Alberta Ted Appelman Alberta Dan Petryk
2009 Alberta Randy Ferbey Alberta Rob Armitage
2010 British Columbia Jason Montgomery Alberta Brent Bawel $32,000
2011 Alberta Jamie King Northwest Territories Jamie Koe $32,000
2012 Alberta Brendan Bottcher Alberta Kevin Koe $33,000
2013 Saskatchewan Brock Virtue British Columbia Jeff Richard $38,000
2014[2] Saskatchewan Josh Heidt Alberta Brock Virtue $41,000
2015 Alberta Mick Lizmore Saskatchewan Jason Ackerman $39,000
2016 Alberta Kevin Koe Alberta Ted Appelman $39,000

Women[edit]

Year Winning team Runner up team Purse (CAD)
2004 Alberta Renelle Bryden
2006 Alberta Cathy King
2007 Saskatchewan Sherry Anderson
2008 Manitoba Jennifer Jones Alberta Kristie Moore
2009 Alberta Cheryl Bernard Alberta Shannon Kleibrink
2010 Alberta Shannon Kleibrink Alberta Jessie Kaufman $34,000
2011 Switzerland Silvana Tirinzoni British Columbia Kelley Law $34,000
2012 Manitoba Chelsea Carey Manitoba Kaitlyn Lawes $36,000
2013 Switzerland Binia Feltscher-Beeli Alberta Kristie Moore $38,000
2014[3] Switzerland Alina Pätz Saskatchewan Trish Paulsen $39,000
2015 Alberta Kelsey Rocque Switzerland Alina Pätz $31,000
2016 Alberta Nadine Chyz Scotland Hannah Flemming $29,000

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