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CENTRE of CURLING EXCELLENCE COMMUNIQUE REGARDING 2020 SUMMER CAMPS

In light of the COVID-19 crisis and guidelines set by the province of New Brunswick, the CCE Board has voted to cancel the July/August 2020 summer camps. The camps depend on a large number of participants from outside the province, and those curlers will not be able to attend due to New Brunswick restrictions prohibiting visitors from outside the province.

While much is still uncertain, we are looking for and planning ahead to have events in place for a best-case scenario. We will continue to monitor and communicate as we received updated information.

Jill Officer

When she was 17, Jill Officer won her first provincial curling championship. Just a year later, she won her first National title. Since then, she hasn’t looked back winning six more provincial titles, five national titles and three world championship medals including gold in 2008 and silver just last year in Japan.

After trying two times previous to qualify for the Olympic Games, Jill and her team finally won the Olympic Curling Trials in front of their hometown of Winnipeg in 2013. The team won the right to represent Canada at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games. Once in Sochi, Jill and her team made history by being the first team to go undefeated in Women’s Curling and ultimately won the Gold Medal.

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