Skip, Jamie Sinclair: Jamie was born the 21st of February 1992 in Anchorage Alaska into a military family. She made her first move at the age of one and has loved travelling ever since. As a fourth year International Business student, Jamie studied abroad in Chile and now speaks three languages. Jamie lives to curl and even made the trip back from Chile many times to compete. Jamie is a certified Competition Coach and loves to help out the youth at her home club in Manotick, Ontario. Jamie has a passion for travelling, trekking, photography and learning, so long as it does not involve math.
Third, Lauren Horton: Born in a small country town outside Ottawa called Almonte, Ontario on July 21st 1995. She has been curling since age of 4, out of the Almonte Curling Club where curling became one of the most important things in her life. Lauren is now going into second year at Carleton University studying in the Bachelor of Commerce specializing in Accounting. When Lauren is off the ice you could find her hanging out with friends and family. It has been an all time dream of hers to represent Canada and she is looking forward to the Road to the Universiade in February.
Second, Lynn Kreviazuk: At 23 years of age Lynn has been curling for 16 years. Lynn’s competitiveness arose from playing second with Team Homan having won gold at the 2007 Canada Winter Games. From there Lynn’s passion towards the game has only increased while having played various positions and roles along the way. As the Coach of the Nunavut Junior Women’s team, Lynn has recently taken on a new role in the sport of curling as Coach as well as athlete. Lynn’s ultimate goal is to the win the Scott Tournament of Hearts and represent her country at the Women’s level. Lynn is a recent graduate of Carleton University with a Political Science degree.
Lead, Jessica Armstrong: Born on March 13th 1995 in Guelph, Ontario, Jessica now lives in Greely, a growing community just south of downtown Ottawa. At 7 years old, Jessica took up curling, becoming a part of the Bantam/ Junior program at the Guelph Curling Club. After moving to the Ottawa area, she embraced the challenge of competitive curling, without ever looking back. When she isn’t curling, Jessica can be found reading, exercising or playing various other sports. Jessica is currently a second year student at Carleton University, studying Cellular and Molecular Biology.
Coach, Graham Sinclair: As a retired Air Force fighter pilot, Graham understands what it takes to accomplish the mission. While the thrill is in the hunt, he knows teamwork, discipline, and hard work are the keys to success. He is a Level 3 NCCP Certified coach and student of the game, continuing to learn right along with his athletes. In his 12th year of coaching, Graham has been honoured with the Gordon Fogg Coaching Award, the Asham Coaching Award and the Pat “O” Reid Coaching Award. Graham is flying the Boeing 777 on Asian routes for Air Canada and recently he won a Bronze medal at the Canadian Senior Men’s Championships.