Curling Canada – 2014 Tim Hortons Brier
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First team in the field for Tim Hortons Brier

While qualifying playdowns are underway across the country for the 2014 Tim Hortons Brier, the Canadian men’s curling championship, Quebec’s Jean-Michel Ménard has the luxury of sitting back and waiting to see who his team will face, March 1-9 in Kamloops.

Ménard and teammates Martin Crête, Eric Sylvain and Philippe Ménard prevailed in the Quebec provincial playdowns, Jan. 19 in Val-d’Or, downing Philippe Lemay by a 7-4 score in the championship final.

It will be Ménard’s eighth appearance for Quebec at the national showdown. After winning the title in 2006 with a victory over Ontario’s Glenn Howard, the Quebec skip went on to claim the silver medal in the world championship, losing out on gold to Scotland’s David Murdoch.

“You Gotta Be There” when the 2014 Tim Hortons Brier comes to the Interior Savings Centre. The best seats in the house are available now by clicking here.

(Photo CCA/Michael Burns)

(Photo CCA/Michael Burns)