Shannon Birchard: Teams

Born: May 11, 1994
in Winnipeg, Manitoba
Resides: Winnipeg, Manitoba
Throws: Right
College/University: University of Winnipeg
 Einarson, K (2019/20)  Winnipeg, MB 
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Kerri
Einarson

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Val
Sweeting

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Shannon
Birchard

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Briane
Meilleur

 Einarson, K (2018/19)  Winnipeg, MB 
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Kerri
Einarson

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Val
Sweeting

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Shannon
Birchard

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Briane
Meilleur

 Birchard, S (2017/18)  Winnipeg, MB 
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Shannon
Birchard

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Nicole
Sigvaldason

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Sheyna
Andries

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Mariah
Mondor

 Birchard, S (2016/17)  Winnipeg, MB 
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Shannon
Birchard

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Nicole
Sigvaldason

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Sheyna
Andries

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Mariah
Mondor

 Birchard, S (2015/16)  Winnipeg, MB 
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Shannon
Birchard

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Nicole
Sigvaldason

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Sheyna
Andries

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Mariah
Mondor

 Birchard, S (2014/15)  Winnipeg, MB 
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Shannon
Birchard

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Jenna
Boisvert

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Taylor
Maida

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Katrina
Thiessen

 Birchard, S (2013/14)  Winnipeg, MB 
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Shannon
Birchard

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Jenna
Boisvert

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Taylor
Maida

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Katrina
Thiessen

 Birchard, S (2012/13)  Winnipeg, MB 
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Shannon
Birchard

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Nicole
Sigvaldason

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Sheyna
Andries

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Mariah
Mondor

 Birchard, S (2011/12)  Winnipeg, MB 
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Shannon
Birchard

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Selena
Njegovan

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Kristin
MacCuish

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Mariah
Mondor

 Birchard, S (2010/11)  , MB 
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Shannon
Birchard

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Heather
Maxted

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Kelsey
Resler

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Meagan
Grenkow

Recent News

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World Curling Federation Considering Move to 8-ends

World Curling Federation Considering Move to 8-ends

(Photo: WCF / Peter Harsanyi) The length of curling games and the potential impact of shortening games - predominantly by reducing the number of ends from ten to eight - will be a vital topic of discussion at the upcoming World Curling Congress and Annual General Assembly in held September 4-6 in Cancun, Mexico.

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