CCA announces site for 2014 Canadian Mixed
- Updated: February 23, 2011
The Canadian Curling Association (CCA) today announced that the Rideau Curling Club in Ottawa, Ontario will host the 2014 Canadian Mixed Curling Championship, held from November 14-23, 2013.
Founded in 1888, the 2013-2014 curling season marks the Rideau Curling Club’s 125th anniversary.
“Last summer, the Rideau Curling Club went through a pretty extensive renovation which included improvements to our equipment, ice and lounge areas,” said Layne Noble, President, Board of Directors, Rideau Curling Club. “Now, we really want to continue a history of hosting the best curlers from across Canada. We look forward to working with the CCA to create an amazing week and a half of curling as the showcase event for our 125th anniversary season.”
Ontario (excluding Northern Ontario) has hosted a leading nine Mixed championships since 1964, the last in Burlington in 2009 (2010 edition of the Mixed), when won by Nova Scotia’s Mark Dacey. Ontario has won only two Mixed titles, though, in 1986 in Kamloops, by skip Dave Van Dine and in Whitehorse for the 2006 renewal, when won by John Epping.