The Jones-Laing team took the win to open the Mixed Doubles Super Series at Brantford, Ont.

Jennifer Jones and Brent Laing of Barrie, Ont., to highlight the opening round of the Mixed Doubles Super Series season stop in Brantford, Ont. Vernon beat BC’s father-daughter duo Jaelyn and Jim Cotter in a 6-1 superior win. they got it. Thursday.

Jones led the Canadian women’s circuit at Tokyo 2020 and finished fifth in the 10-team round robin with a 5-4 record.

The final stop of the opening series started with eight knockout round matches. The competition will continue until Sunday.

CBC Sports will broadcast the matches leading up to the championship game on Saturday and Sunday.

The O Curling Show will be live every day of the competition starting Thursday night at 7:30 PM ET to wrap up the event until Sunday evening.

That Curling Show l What’s happening to curlers across the country:

That Curling Show: What’s going on with the nationwide curling base?

Devin Heroux and Colleen Jones discuss with Steve Turner, former Managing Director of Granite Curling Club in Saskatoon, why so many historic curling clubs in Canada are closing. Granite Curling Club announced that it is closing its doors after 93 years.

In October, Scotland’s Jennifer Dodds and Bruce Mouat beat Canada’s Lauren Wasylkiw and Shane Konings 9-5 to win the Ottawa stop, beating Canada’s Laura Walker and Kirk Muyres 7-6 in an extra shot.

In two first-draw all Canadian matches, Regina’s Jennifer Armstrong and Brayden Stewart defeated Sault Ste’s Kira Brunton and Brad Jacobs. Marie beat Ont., 6-4, and Nancy Martin and Tyrel Griffith of Saskatoon, Kimberly and Wayne Tuck of Strathroy, Ont., 7-6.

Later on Thursday, Swiss Jenny Perret and Martin Rios defeated Lauren Wasylkiw and Joey Rettinger of Unionville, Ont., 11-1.

The second draw also includes Laura Walker and Kirk Muyres of Edmonton, Lauren Cheal and Greg Cheal of Lennoxville, Que., 10-3, and Lisa Weagle and John Epping of Toronto, Cambridge, Ont., 7-4. He surpassed Lindsey Schmalz and Damien Villard.

In other results, Estonia’s Marie Kaldvee and Harri Lill defeated Switzerland’s Daniela Rupp and Kevin Wunderlin 10-3.

WATCH Weagle is ready to win it all after close contacts in Epping mixed doubles:

That Curling Show: Weagle and Epping ready to win it all after close calls in mixed doubles

Lisa Weagle and John Epping won the playoffs in each of the Mixed Doubles Super Series events they played in this season, but were never able to cash out the grand prize. Despite the tough course, they attend That Curling Show to say they’re ready to change that on the final weekend of competition.

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