Sandra Schmirler, 36, Dies; Olympic Curling Champion - …

Curling was introduced at the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan. The Schmirler rink represented Canada at the 1998 Winter Olympics and was comprised of Jan Betker, Marcia Gudereit, Joan McCusker and skip Sandra Schmirler. Their gold medal win vaulted the women into the international media spotlight. Sandra Schmirler was the “Queen of Curling”. The Schmirler rink returned to a media frenzy in Regina. They met everyone from the Mayor to the Premier. The Schmirler rink was on top of the sporting world.

Sandra Schmirler Leisure Centre - City of Regina

You can book the activity room by calling the Sandra Schmirler Leisure Centre. Current programs.

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The Sandra Schmirler Foundation’s new legacy guide achieves that fine balance of giving the necessary, basic legacy information while at the same time sharing inspirational stories about the impact the organisation has had on the lives of ordinary people. The design is clear, spacious, with excellent images.’

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Sandra Schmirler is the only Canadian sports figure who has ever had her funeral services broadcast on two national television networks (TSN and CBC). Canada stood still when she was honoured by the curling community.

Sandra Schmirler by Allison O'Brien on Prezi

Sandra Schmirler makes a speech at ‘An Evening With Champions’. Sharing the podium with Schmirler’s rink mates (who are in red) are (from left to right) Bob Hughes of the Leader-Post, Mayor Doug Archer, Premier Roy Romanow and Lieutenant-Governor Silvia Fedoruk. The person next to the podium is unidentified. 1994. CORA-C-1045.

Sandra Schmirler - Bio, Facts, Family | Famous Birthdays

In January 2018, the City of Regina installed two accessible overhead lifts at the Sandra Schmirler Leisure Centre – one in the washroom and one on the pool deck. These lifts will help people experiencing disabilities enter and exit the pool in a safe and easier manner, and provide assistance for changing and cleansing.

Sandra Schmirler - The Globe and Mail

When you join the Sandra Schmirler Foundation Champions Circle you are part of a group reaching out each month to fund life-saving equipment for families with babies born too soon, too small or too sick.

Sandra Schmirler makes a speech at ‘An Evening With Champions’

It’s for the kids! 100% of the funds raised support kids in crisis through our two preferred charities – locally, the Oakville Hospital Foundation and nationally, the Sandra Schmirler Foundation.

Sandra Schmirler Foundation, Ottawa, Ontario

Schmirler’s personal life was going well. She married Shannon England and had 2 daughters, Sara and Jenna. During her second pregnancy, however, Schmirler’s life was sent into a tailspin. Her father Art Schmirler passed away in April 1999 from esophageal cancer. At the time, Sandra Schmirler was suffering from agonizing back pain believed to be pregnancy-related. But the symptoms did not abate after Schmirler gave birth in June 1999 and she began to suffer from stomach pains.

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Sandra Schmirler was born in 1963. Her early years were spent in Biggar, Saskatchewan, where her first sporting love was hockey. An active little girl who excelled at most sports, Schmirler latched on to curling at age 12, hoping to one day wear green and white as part of Team Saskatchewan. (She would eventually become a 6-time provincial champion.)