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Teejay Surik was born 1984 in the town of Biggar, Saskatchewan and was part of Graduation Class 2001 She brought home victory in the Saskatchewan junior curling crowns in 2002, 2003 and 2004. Her curling team acquired the Canadian and World junior championships in 2003 in Flims, Switzerland.
| Biggar, Saskatchewan, the home of champions. Biggar, the |
home of Sandra Schmirler and the home of the world record
Hanson buck is now the home of the 1999 Saskatchewan girls’
curling champions for this year.
This is the first time since 1981 when Sandra Schmirler was the
champion of Saskatchewan that a girls’ team from Biggar has
won that championship and I congratulate them.
But additionally I want to congratulate the community of
Biggar for having put on this competition. A town the size of
Biggar needs a lot of heart and a lot of energy to host a
provincial competition. They did it with class; they did it with
appreciation from across the province; and they did it in a way
that showed the heart of Saskatchewan to all the rest of their
guests from across the province as during the snowstorm during
the competition they put people up for the night who couldn’t
get to their hotels.
So in conclusion I want to extend congratulations to coach Sean
Friesen, team members Teejay Surik, Brett Barber, Lesley Ann
Hallberg, Erin Sherbino, and Jamie Lamont
Quotation - Honourable Berny Wiens - Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan - March 18, 1999
In 2002, Teejay Surik was honoured with the Hec Gervais Academic & Curling Scholarship. Surik attended the Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Sciences SIAST in Regina taking nursing classes. Following four years in Regina, she spent some time in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories with men's provincial champion, Chris Haichert.
The Miller rink, consisting of Skip, Marliese Miller,Third, Teejay Surik, Second, Janelle Lemonand and Lead, Chelsey Bell coached under the guidance of provincial champion Bob Miller won the 2003 Karcher Junior Women’s Canadian Championship followed by an undefeated World Championship. In 2007, the Miller Rink was inducted into the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame.
In 2007, the Team Stefanie Lawton, comprising, Skip, Stefanie Lawton, Third, Marliese Kasner, Second Teejay Surik, and Lead Stephanie Jackson were Canada Cup Champions This team also won the 2008 Colonial Square Ladies Curling Classic played in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, and the 2008 Strauss Canada Cup. In 2008 Lawton's team also placed second in the $60,000 Sobeys Slam women’s Grand Slam of Curling and the Wayden Transportation Ladies Classic. Surik replaced Sherri Singleron on Team North America playing alongside Stefanie Lawton, Marliese Kasner, Teejay Surik, Lana Vey in the 2008 Continental Cup. Team Northwest Territories/Yukon consists of Skip, Kerry Galusha, Third, Teejay Surik, Second, Dawn moses, and Lead, Heather McCagg-Nystrom competed in the 2008 Tournament of Hearts.
Under the guidance of coach Tom Graham, Team Saskatchewan qualified for the 2009 Scotties Tournament of Hearts. Team Saskatchewan had acquired Skip: Stefanie Lawton, Vice: Marliese Kasner, Second: Sherri Singler, Lead: Lana Vey, and 5th: Teejay Surik. As there was a tie in points for third place, Team Saskatchewan was awarded the third place title as they had overcome the other two teams,Team Canada and Team Prince Edward Island, during the tournament.
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Playing for NWT bringing Surik home Teejay Surik is coming to Regina to visit some old friends. Most of them she will be able to see on the ice at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts.". The Leader Post - Regina. Canada.com CanWest MediaWorks Publications Inc.. February 15, 2008. http://www.canada.com/reginaleaderpost/story.html?id=c6ab9db2-bb9e-4b02-a281-1ec97a0da01c. Retrieved 2009-10-24.
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