Anne Orser

Catégorie

Athlete

Sport

Curling

Ville natale

Bathurst

Année d'intronisation

2019

Ambassadeur Sportif

athlete

Anne Orser

MEMBRE HONORÉ

Biographie

Anne Orser, of Bathurst and Fredericton, is one of New Brunswick’s most renowned female curling athletes. She won her first national championship in 1959 as the lead, and repeated 7 more times this feat in 14 years. Orser has represented New Brunswick in 13 National Women’s Curling Championships throughout her career and she finished, with her team, twice as a bronze medalist. Orser was inducted into the Canadian Curling Hall of Fame in 1999 and the Bathurst Sports Hall of Fame in 1991.

Faits rapides

  • One of New Brunswick’s most successful female curlers during her 4-decade career. 

  • Won 8 Ladies Championships, 5 Senior Championships, and 1 Masters Championships. 

  • Represented New Brunswick at 13 National Curling Championships, winning bronze medals in 1988 and 1989. 

  • Inducted into the Bathurst Sports Hall of Fame in 1991. 

  • Inducted into the Canadian Curling Hall of Fame in 1999.