Curling Canada – 2014 Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Trials

Historical Results – 2013

Quebec’s Isabelle Néron, left, and Robert Desjardins show off the gold medals they won on Sunday in Leduc, Alta., in the 2013 Canadian Mixed Doubles Trials. (Photo, CCA/Michael Burns Photography/Brian Gavriloff)

Quebec’s Isabelle Néron and Robert Desjardins              (Photo, CCA/Michael Burns Photography/Brian Gavriloff)

The inaugural Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Trials was played Thursday, March 14 to Sunday, March 17, 2013 at the Leduc Recreation Centre in Leduc, Alberta.

Quebec’s Robert Desjardins and Isabelle Néron made history with winning Canada’s first national mixed doubles curling title, beating Saskatchewan’s Dustin Kalthoff and Nancy Martin 7-3 in the gold-medal game of the Canadian Mixed Doubles Trials at the Leduc Recreation Centre.

The Quebec pair went 4-3 in round-robin play and then rattled off four straight playoff victories, including three on championship Sunday.

With the victory, the Chicoutimi residents represented Canada at the 2013 World Mixed Doubles Championship, April 13 to 20 in Fredericton, N.B.


Championship Draw Results