National History

The first National event was held during 2001-02, the inaugural season of the Grand Slam of Curling series. Glenn Howard skipped his team to the championship in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., defeating Greg McAulay’s team in the final.

Team Howard was also runner-up the following year and captured its second National title in three seasons in 2004.

Kevin Martin came to dominate the event as the Ol’ Bear won three of four National events. The first one in late 2004 was particularly special for Martin as he became the first skip to complete a career Grand Slam (win all four majors).

Team Martin’s National title victory in 2007-08, with Brent Laing filling in at second, was their record fifth consecutive Grand Slam of Curling title.

Brad Gushue earned his first career Grand Slam title at the 2010 National defeating Randy Ferbey’s team 6-4 in the final.

The fourth time proved to be the charm for Stoughton, who was a three-time runner-up at the National before he captured the title in 2013 and also complete a career Grand Slam.

Team Jacobs fell in the 2014-15 National final in their hometown of Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., to Team McEwen but completed the unfinished business when the event returned in 2016-17.

The National expanded to include a women’s division in 2015-16 and Team Homan was crowned the champions after beating Team Fleury in the final.

Team Mouat topped Team Kim for the men’s title in 2017-18 becoming the first Scottish men’s club to capture a title in the series. Bruce Mouat also made history becoming the youngest men’s skip to win a title in the series at age 23.

Mouat returned to the final the following season riding a six-game winning streak until losing to compatriots Team Paterson.


Champions NEED PHOTOS

SeasonMen’s ChampionsWomen’s Champions
2001-02Team Howard
Skip: Glenn Howard
Third: Richard Hart
Second: Collin Mitchell
Lead: Jason Mitchell
2002-03Team Charette
Skip: Pierre Charette
Fourth: Martin Ferland
Second: Michel Ferland
Lead: Marco Berthelot
2003-04Team Howard
Skip: Glenn Howard
Third: Richard Hart
Second: Collin Mitchell
Lead: Jason Mitchell
2004-05Team Martin
Skip: Kevin Martin
Third: Don Walchuk
Second: Carter Rycroft
Lead: Don Bartlett
2005-06Team Middaugh
Skip: Wayne Middaugh
Third: Peter Corner
Second: Phil Loevenmark
Lead: Scott Bailey
2006-07Team Martin
Skip: Kevin Martin
Third: John Morris
Second: Marc Kennedy
Lead: Ben Hebert
2007-08Team Martin
Skip: Kevin Martin
Third: John Morris
Second: Brent Laing
Lead: Ben Hebert
2008-09Team Middaugh
Skip: Wayne Middaugh
Third: Jon Mead
Second: John Epping
Lead: Scott Bailey
2009-10Team Gushue
Skip: Brad Gushue
Third: Mark Nichols
Second: Ryan Fry
Lead: Jamie Korab
2010-11Team Martin
Skip: Kevin Martin
Third: John Morris
Second: Marc Kennedy
Lead: Ben Hebert
2011-12Team Howard
Skip: Glenn Howard
Third: Wayne Middaugh
Second: Brent Laing
Lead: Craig Savill
2012-13Team Stoughton
Skip: Jeff Stoughton
Third: Jon Mead
Second: Reid Carruthers
Lead: Mark Nichols
2013-14Team Howard
Skip: Glenn Howard
Third: Wayne Middaugh
Second: Brent Laing
Lead: Craig Savill
2014-15Team McEwen
Skip: Mike McEwen
Third: B.J. Neufeld
Second: Matt Wozniak
Lead: Denni Neufeld
2015-16Team Gushue
Skip: Brad Gushue
Third: Mark Nichols
Second: Brett Gallant
Lead: Geoff Walker
Team Homan
Skip: Rachel Homan
Third: Emma Miskew
Second: Joanne Courtney
Lead: Lisa Weagle
2016-17Team Jacobs
Skip: Brad Jacobs
Third: Ryan Fry
Second: E.J. Harnden
Lead: Ryan Harnden
Team Einarson
Skip: Kerri Einarson
Third: Selena Kaatz
Second: Liz Fyfe
Lead: Kristin MacCuish
2017-18Team Mouat
Skip: Bruce Mouat
Third: Grant Hardie
Second: Bobby Lammie
Lead: Hammy McMillan Jr.
Team Jones
Skip: Jennifer Jones
Third: Kaitlyn Lawes
Second: Jill Officer
Lead: Dawn McEwen
2018-19Team Paterson
Skip: Ross Paterson
Third: Kyle Waddell
Second: Duncan Menzies
Lead: Michael Goodfellow
Team Homan
Skip: Rachel Homan
Third: Emma Miskew
Second: Joanne Courtney
Lead: Lisa Weagle