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CHESTERMERE, Alberta. – Canada’s Brad Gushue won the National Curling Grand Slam on Sunday while Tracy Fleury lost the women’s final.

Gushue of St. John’s, Newfoundland won his 12th career Grand Slam title, beating Scotland’s Bruce Mouat 5-2 in the men’s final.

Gushue, third Mark Nichols, second Brett Gallant and Geoff Walker took home $ 33,000.

Three-time Canadian champion Gushue dominated Mouat 94-41 and finished the tournament undefeated at 6-0.

“It’s good to take it off,” Gushue said. “It was an uphill battle. Bruce and his team have performed so well over the past year. It took our best game of the week and luckily we picked a good time to do it.

“We were really strong. Mark played really well all week and that continued today. Brett and I stepped up our game today (Sunday) and Geoff played well again.

Gushue advanced to the final with a 5-2 victory over Calgary’s Kevin Koe in the semifinals on Saturday.

Later, Fleury of East St. Paul, Man., Lost the women’s final 9-6 in an extra set to Sweden’s Anna Hasselborg at the Chestermere Recreation Center.

Fleury, third Selena Njegovan, second Liz Fyfe and first Kristin MacCuish won $ 20,000.

Team Fleury had a perfect 5-0 record heading into Sunday’s final after knocking out Kelsey Rocque of Edmonton 6-3 in the semifinals.

The $ 300,000 National featured 16 men’s and 16 women’s teams in a three-installment triple knockout.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published on November 7, 2021.

The Canadian Press


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