2017 Abbotsford Classic Curling Cash Spiel

Congratulations to our winners of this World Curling Tour event:

TEAM MOISEEVA, St. Petersburg Russia

  • Victoria Moiseeva, Uliana Vasilyeva, Galina Arsenkina and Julia Guzieva


  • Jason Montgomery, Cameron de Jong, Miles Craig and William Duggan

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      Please review the tables below, or visit the official World Curling Tour web page for this event.

      WCT Men’s Result
      WCT Women’s Results



      We are hosting the Abbotsford Curling Classic Cashspiel as part of the World Curling Tour (WCT)
      November 24 – 26, 2017.  Sixteen men’s and 16 women’s teams will be competing for $35,000 in cash prizes. The event is being sponsored by Driving Force Decks Int’l.

      On the men’s side, Dean Joanisse will be a local favourite. He has represented BC twice at the Brier and was runner-up to John Morris’s team in last year’s BC Provincial Finals. Other notable local teams include Sean Geall and Jeff Guignard who have won WCT events earlier this year. Tyler Tardi is the reigning Canadian Junior Champion.

      Also participating are strong teams from out of country. Soohyuk Kim from Korea has won four WCT events since 2014, the latest being in Japan earlier this year. Yusuke Morozumi will be skipping Japan’s National Team at the 2018 Winter Olympics.

      On the ladies’ side, BC’s 2016 Scotties Tournament of Hearts winner, Karla Thompson, will be a local favourite. Chelsea Duncan, who was on the winning team in the 2017 Yukon Scotties Tournament of Hearts, will be here. So too will Satsuki Fujisawa – she has won five Japanese National Championships, a WCT event earlier this year, and will be representing her country in the 2018 Winter Olympics. Victoria Moiseeva, who represented Russia in the 2016 European Championships and won a WCT event earlier this year (Iliana Vasilyeva skipping), will also be competing. Sarah Wark and Dailene Pewarchuk have also won WCT events this year.

      The café will be open to provide food and drinks all day Friday, Saturday and Sunday. There will be a Dance on Saturday night

      On Sunday, we are hosting a GREY CUP PARTY in the lounge simultaneously with the event finals. There will be free food compliments of our CHILI AND WINGS COOK-OFF CONTEST. So, plan on coming down and cheering on your favourite curlers AND football team!


              • Curl Canada rules
              • Four pools of 4 teams
              • All games will be 8 ends, extra end if tied
              • Pre-game practice begins 20 minutes prior to game start time
                • Both teams practice at same time alternating shots
                • 1 practice rock up and back each, on your side of sheet, followed by draw for hammer
              • Coin toss determines order to throw in practice, or rock colour
              • First to throw chooses side of sheet
              • Draw for hammer is a different thrower for each of the 3 preliminary round games
                • Teams will measure each other’s rocks (in cm.) and record totals on the score sheets provided
                • Please sign and return score sheets after the game to the office
                • If BOTH teams cover the pin (0 cm) or miss the rings (184 cm), then record your scores and an additional rock will be thrown by another teammate to decide hammer
                • If after the second attempt neither team wins hammer, then a coin toss will determine.
                • The accumulative LSD from all 3 round robin games will be used for seeding of teams.
              • In case of ties, tie breakers will be played Saturday night


              • Playoffs / Tie breakers:
                • The team with a better Win/Loss record will receive hammer & rocks
                • Teams with same Win/Loss record will draw for hammer, team with the better LSD record will have choice of rocks
                • If necessary teams with a losing record can be eliminated from a tie-breaker and/or playoffs according to LSD
                • The Quarter final games are scheduled to be played Saturday night, if possible, with the semi-finals and finals on Sunday, depending on Tie breakers


          • Payouts for both Men’s and Women’s Events
            • $6,000 First
            • $3,500 Second
            • $2,000 Third and Fourth
            • $1,000 Fifth through Eighth