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Mixed Doubles

Mixed Doubles is a competition for curlers (no restrictions) with teams comprised of one male player and one female player.


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  • Dates, Deadlines and Locations

    Provincial FinalsStart DateEnd Date
    Listowel Curling Club02/24/1702/26/17

    QualifiersQualifier LocationStart DateEntry Deadline
    1Winchester Curling Club12/02/1611/01/16
    2Thornhill Curling Club12/02/1611/01/16
    3Penetanguishene Curling Club12/02/1611/01/16
    4Harriston Curling Club12/02/1611/01/16

  • Rules and Competitor Guides

    • All competitors must be citizens and residents of Canada.
    • At time of online entry, all players and coaches must provide the OCA a signed waiver form (Exhibit # 6) which may require the signature of a parent or legal guardian if the participant is under the legal age (18) of majority in order to be eligible to compete.
    • The curling aid commonly referred to as a “delivery stick” shall NOT be permitted at any level of this competition.
    • By entering an Ontario Curling Association competition, each player thereby agrees:
      • a) to act in accordance with and be bound by the rules and policies of the Ontario Curling Association and, where applicable, Curling Canada; and
      • b) if the player wins the right to do so, to compete in successive levels of the competition except where prevented by unforeseen or unavoidable circumstances.

    Rules Supplement
    National Event Protocol
    Non-National Event Protocol
    OCA Broom Moratorium 2017 (revised September 30, 2016)
    2017 Wheelchair Competitors Guide
    WAIVER - Adult
    WAIVER - Youth
    WAIVER - Coach

    Competitor Guide 

  • Past Champions

    2017Kitchener-Waterloo Granite ClubNicole Westlund StewartTyler Stewart
    2016Donalda ClubMike AndersonDanielle Inglis
    2015Peterborough Curling ClubBrad KiddCasey Kidd
    2014Highland Country ClubChris JayShannon Key
    2013Highland Country ClubJaclyn RivingtonScott McDonald