Mixed doubles


Mixed Doubles is the newest Olympic curling discipline, in which teams are comprised of two members, one male and one female. Mixed doubles is fast-paced (90 minutes per game) and a fun way for couples to curl together. Open to teams of all skill levels. Competition format will be determined by the league chair. Games are 8 ends.

  • When: first half Thursdays, 6:15-7:45 pm, starts October 27; second half, Tuesdays 8:00-9:30 pm

  • Chairs: Donna Caleo, Roger Rowlett

Current Standings

2022 Fall Mixed Doubles

Current Champions

2022 Winter Champions: Melissa Foote & Erich Krumme

Previous Winners

  • 2022 Winter: Melissa Foote & Erich Krumme

  • 2021 Fall: Audrey Foote & Jason Brien

  • 2020 Fall & Winter closed

  • 2020 Winter: Michelle MacEnroe & Howie Feldman

  • 2019 Fall: Donna Caleo & Bill Morehouse

  • 2019 Winter: Michelle MacEnroe & Howie Feldman

  • 2018 Fall: Melissa Foote & Erich Krumme

  • 2018 Winter: Michelle MacEnroe & Howie Feldman

  • 2017 Fall: M.J. Walsh & Roger Rowlett

  • 2017 Winter: Audrey Foote & Blake Hagberg

  • 2016 Fall: M.J. Walsh & Roger Rowlett

* first year curler indicated when known