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Sandra Schmirler

Canadian curler nicknamed “Schmirler the Curler” who 3 Globe Curling Championships during her hugely effective profession. She captained the Canadian nationwide team for an Olympic platinum medal in 1998, the 1st 12 months that women’s styling was identified by the wintertime Olympics, and later on became a well known commentator for CBC Sports activities. She was created and elevated in Biggar, Saskatchewan. Furthermore to styling, she was a devoted volleyball, badminton, and softball participant. Following her loss of life from cancers at age 36, she was inducted in to the Canadian Sports activities Hall of Popularity and became the initial posthumous receiver of the Saskatchewan Purchase of Merit. She was survived by her hubby, Shannon, and two daughters, Sara and Jenna. She and Colleen Jones both captained Canada to success at the Globe Curling Championships.

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