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Susan O'Connor

Born: May 3, 1977
in Calgary, Alberta
Resides: Calgary, Alberta
Throws: Right
Profession: Respiratory Therapist, Foothills Medical Centre
High School: Bowness
College/University: SAIT
In Own Words:
Born and raised in Calgary, I started curling with my dad around the age of 10. Married to Todd Brick. One son - Oliver[cr][lf][cr][lf]My mom Lucille is my greatest support, she follows me all over the country to watch me play.
Curling Highlights:
- 2000 and 2008 Canadian Mixed Champion[cr][lf]- 2007 and 2009 Alberta Scotties Champion[cr][lf]- 2010 Olympic Silver Medalist
Junior Highlights:
- 1995 and 1996 Alberta Provincial Runner-up

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M: Pyeongchang Winter Games - Men
W: Pyeongchang Winter Games - Women
M: Pyeongchang Winter Games - Doubles
: Alberta Winter Games Mixed Doubles
M: Listowel Mixed Doubles Cashspiel
W: Simms Home Hardware U18 Womens Championship
M: Yukon Senior Mens Championship
M: Simms Home Hardware U18 Mens Championship
M: WCT Tallinn Masters Mixed Doubles
M: USA Mens Club National Championship
W: USA Womens Club National Championship
W: Swiss Curling Championship
M: Swiss Curling Championship
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