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The Canadian men (2003) and women (2007) have both been crowned FISU champions on one occasion. The 2015 Winter Universiade runs from Feb. 3-14, in Granada, which is in Southern Spain. The curling competition begins on Feb. 5 and concludes on Feb. 13. Men’s skip Matt Dunstone is joined by second Daniel Grant, third Jim Coleman and lead Chris Gallant. Dunstone and Grant curled together on the 2013 Canadian junior championship team. Coleman is a veteran of the Manitoba men’s provincial championship tournaments and Gallant has represented his home province of Prince Edward Island at the Canadian junior championship events. Together, the foursome defeated the University of Alberta Golden Bears to capture gold at the 2014 CIS/CCA national championships in Regina. The Golden Bears were skipped by Brendan Bottcher, a former goldmedallist at the junior world championships who skipped Canada’s bronze-medal team at the 2013 Universiade. “The Manitoba team is a young team with lots of expeerience in big championships,” noted Chick.dddddddddddd “They play with a lot of confidence, and they’re not going to be afraid to play anybody in Spain.” Breanne Meakin, who skipped Manitoba to CIS/CCA gold in 2013, will now lead Canada’s women’s team and is joined by three members of the 2014 CIS/CCA champion Carleton Ravens in Lauren Horton (third), Lynn Kreviazuk (second) and lead Jessica Armstrong. Meakin, a four-time provincial junior champion, 2009 Canadian junior champion and former world junior silver medallist (2009), was added to the team after Jamie Sinclair left the squad. “That Carleton team has competed in several World Curling Tour events this year and has beaten some of the best women’s teams in the world,” said Chick. “They were fortunate to pick up Breanne, and especially lucky that she was such a good fit for the team.” “I have high hopes for both of these teams in Granada,” Chick continued. “We’ve got a bunch of talented athletes who have already shown they can win in juniors, and at the senior level. We’ve got players who are provincial and national champions and consistently play with, and against, some of the best in the world.” TEAM CANADA ROSTERS: WOMEN Skip: Breanne Meakin – University of Manitoba – Winnipeg, Man. Third: Lauren Horton – Carleton University – Almonte, Ont. Second: Lynn Kreviazuk – Carleton University – Ottawa, Ont. Lead: Jessica Armstrong – Carleton University – Ottawa, Ont. MEN Skip: Matthew Dunstone – University of Manitoba – Winnipeg, Man. Third: William Coleman – University of Manitoba – Winnipeg, Man. Second: Daniel Grant – University of Manitoba – Winnipeg, Man. Lead: Chris Gallant – University of Manitoba – Charlottetown, P.E.I. ' ' '

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