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Valerie Sweeting Born July 9, 1987 (1987-07-09) (age 24) Redvers, Saskatchewan Team Curling club Saville SC, Edmonton, Alberta Skip Valerie Sweeting Third Leslie Rogers Second Joanne Taylor Lead Rachelle Pidherry Career Hearts appearances 1 (2010) Top CCA ranking 13th (2009-10) Valerie "Val" Sweeting (born July 9, 1987 in Redvers, Saskatchewan) is a Canadian curler from Vegreville, Alberta. Sweeting surprised many by skipping the winning team at the 2010 Alberta Scotties Tournament of Hearts. Sweeting grew up in Maryfield, Saskatchewan. In 2007, Sweeting played third for Hailey Surik's junior rink out of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.[1]. The team represented Saskatchewan at the 2007 Canadian Junior Curling Championships. After posting an 8-4 record, they lost to Manitoba in a tie-breaker match.[2] After juniors, Sweeting moved to Alberta where she would form her own team. In 2010, in her very first provincial championship, Sweeting surprised many by defeating former World championship bronze medalist Cathy King and Olympic bronze medalist Shannon Kleibrink to capture the provincial crown. She would be the youngest skip ever to represent Alberta at the national Scotties Tournament of Hearts. At the 2010 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, she skipped her province to a 4-7 record. Sweeting played in her first Grand Slam event later in the season. Ranked 44th going into the 2010 Players' Championships, she won three straight games after losing to Kleibrink, qualifying her for the playoffs. She would however lose in the quarter final to Stefanie Lawton. Grand Slam record Event 2009–10 2010–11 Autumn Gold DNP Q Manitoba Lotteries DNP DNP Sobeys Slam N/A Q Players' Championships QF - Key C - Champion F - Lost final SF - Lost semi final QF - Lost quarter final Q - Did not make playoffs DNP - Did not participate in event N/A - not a Grand Slam event that season External links World Curling Tour profile Persondata Name Sweeting, Valerie Alternative names Short description Date of birth July 9, 1987 Place of birth Redvers, Saskatchewan Date of death Place of death