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Qualifying for the Canada Cup of Curling

2014 Canada Cup of Curling – December 3-7 in Camrose, Alberta.
2015 Canada Cup of Curling – December 2-6 at a location to be announced.
2016 Canada Cup of Curling – November 30 – December 4 at a location to be announced.

Each event will feature 7 men’s teams and 7 women’s teams vying for $140,000 in prize money.

Additionally, in 2014, the winners will also receive guaranteed invitations to the 2017 Pre-Trials Road to the Roar, November 7-12, invitations to the 2015 Continental Cup, January 8-11 and invitations to the 2015 Canada Cup, December 2-6.

In 2015, the winners will receive invitations to the 2017 Canadian Curling Trials, December 2-10 and invitations to the 2016 Continental Cup, January 7-10.

In 2016, the winners will receive invitations to the 2017 Canadian Curling Trials, December 2-10 and invitations to the 2017 Continental Cup, January 12-15.

Teams will play a full round robin with the first place teams advancing to the championship finals while the second place teams will play the third place teams in the semi finals.

The qualification process for the 2014 Canada Cup is as follows:

MEN

  1. 2013 Curling Trials winner – Brad Jacobs
  2. 2014 Brier Champion – John Morris
  3. Next team on the 2013-14 Order of Merit – Mike McEwen
  4. Next team on the 2013-14 Order of Merit – Brad Gushue
  5. Next team on the 2013-14 Order of Merit – Kevin Koe
  6. Next team on the 2013-14 Order of Merit – Glenn Howard
  7. Next team on the 2013-14 Order of Merit – Jim Cotter

WOMEN

  1. 2013 Curling Trials winner – Jennifer Jones
  2. 2014 Tournament of Hearts Champion – Rachel Homan
  3. Next team on the 2013-14 Order of Merit – Stefanie Lawton
  4. Next team on the 2013-14 Order of Merit – Val Sweeting
  5. Next team on the 2013-14 Order of Merit – Sherry Middaugh
  6. Next team on the 2013-14 Order of Merit – Renee Sonnenberg (declined invitation replaced by Allison Flaxey)
  7. Next team on the 2013-14 Order of Merit – Heather Nedohin

 

The qualification process for the 2015 Canada Cup is as follows:

MEN

  1. 2014 Canada Cup winner –
  2. 2015 Brier Champion –
  3. Next team on the 2014-15 CTRS –
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WOMEN

  1. 2014 Canada Cup winner –
  2. 2015 Tournament of Hearts Champion –
  3. Next team on the 2014-15 CTRS –
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  5. Next team on the 2014-15 CTRS –
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The qualification process for the 2016 Canada Cup is as follows:

MEN

  1. 2016 Brier Champion –
  2. Next team on the 2015-16 CTRS –
  3. Next team on the 2015-16 CTRS –
  4. Next team on the 2015-16 CTRS –
  5. Next team on the 2015-16 CTRS –
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  7. Next team on the 2015-16 CTRS –

WOMEN

  1. 2016 Tournament of Hearts winner –
  2. Next team on the 2015-16 CTRS –
  3. Next team on the 2015-16 CTRS –
  4. Next team on the 2015-16 CTRS –
  5. Next team on the 2015-16 CTRS –
  6. Next team on the 2015-16 CTRS –
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Qualifying for the Canada Cup of Curling

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