Sandra Schmirler Curling Accomplishments


1981 - Saskatchewan High School Girls' Curling Gold Medal winner as third on the BCHS Anita Silvernagle Team


1987 - Provincial Scott Tournament of Hearts Champion as Third on the Kathy Fahlman Team

1991 - Provincial Weston's / IGA Mixed Champion as Third on Brian McCusker Team

1992 - Provincial Scott Tournament of Hearts Champion as skip - the beginning of a dynasty
          Jan Betker - Third
          Joan McCusker - Second
          Marcia Gudereit - Lead
          Anita Ford - 5th Player '91, '93, '94, '95 - Coach Inclusive
          Anita Ford - 5th Player '97, '98

1993 - Provincial, Canadian and World Women's Curling Champions
          Sask. Sports Team of the Year

1994 - Canadian Scott Tournament of Hearts Champion as Team Canada
          World Women's Curling Champion
          Sask. Sports Team of the Year

1995 - Canadia Scott Tournament of Hearts Bronze Medallist as Team Canada

1997 - Provincial Sask. Power / Scott Tournament of Hearts Champion
          Canadian Scott Tournament of Hearts Champion
          Ford Women's Curling Champion
          Inducted into the Sask. Sports Hall of Fame
          Canadian Women's Olympic Trials Champion
          Sask. Sports Team of the Year
          YMCA Women of Curling Distinction Team Award for Southern Saskatchewan

1998 - Olympic Gold Medallist Women's Curling Team
          Canadian Scott Tournament of Hearts Bronze Medallist as Team Canada
          Sask. Sports Team of the Year
          Canadian Press Team of the Year
          Honourary Doctorate of Law Degree - University of Regina

1999 - Inducted into the Canadian Curling Hall of Fame

2000 - Saskatchewan Order of Merit - Invested Posthumously
          Canadian Sports Hall of Fame - Invested Posthumously
Please be sure to visit The Schmirler display located downtown at the Biggar Museum and Gallery.