September 5, 2015


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Stoughton through the years

Team Canada skip Jeff Stoughton (right) celebrates with teammate Garry Vandenberghe after Canada defeated Scotland to win the 1996 World Curling Championships in Hamilton. (Moe Doiron / The Canadian Press Files)
Jeff Stoughton uses his broom to indicate which rock he wants his team to remove during 16th draw of competition against PEI at The Brier in Edmonton in 1999. (Chuck Stoody / The Canadian Press Files)
PEI skip Robert Campbell slips in behind Manitoba skip Jeff Stoughton as he watches his rock with during the 16th draw at The Brier in Edmonton Tin 1999. (Chuck Stoody / The Canadian Press Files)
1999 Brier Champ Jeff Stoughton and his rink are welcomed home at the Winnipeg airport. (Jeff De Booy / Winnipeg Free Press files)
Manitoba skip Jeff Stoughton celebrates as he carries the Labatt Brier tankard up the ice after he and his rink beat Quebec 9-5 in the final in 1999 at left is team fifth Steve Gould and third Jonathan Mead at right. (Chuck Stoody / The Canadian Press Files)
Team Manitoba holds up the Labbat Brier trophy after beating Quebec in the final in Edmonton in 1999.  FROM LEFT: Skip Jeff Stoughton, third Jonhathan Mead, second Garry Van Den Berghe, and lead Doug Armstrong. (Chuck Stoody / The Canadian Press Files)
Stoughton yells for his team to sweep during the Brier final against Quebec in 1999. (Chuck Stoody / The Canadian Press Files)
Quebec Skip Guy Hemmings looks over Manitoba Skip Jeff Stoughton's shoulder during the final of the 1999 Brier in Edmonton. (CHRISTINE VANZELLA / The Canadian Press files)
FROM LEFT: Team Canada skip Jeff Stoughton, third Jonathan Mead, second Reid Carruthers and lead Steve Gould celebrate their team's gold medal win over Scotland at the 2011 Ford World Men's Curling Championships in Regina. (Jonathan Hayward / The Canadian Press Files)
Canadian skip Jeff Stoughton of Winnipeg holds his daughter Elizabeth after guiding his team to a 6-5 win over Scotland in the world 2011 championship. (Michael Burns Photo)
Jeff Stoughton eyes his stone after delivering at the GP Car and Home Players' Championship in Grande Prairie, Alta. Stoughton's world champion foursome defeated Edmonton's Rob Schlender 7-3 to advance to the  playoffs of the final Capital One Grand Slam championship of the season.  (Anil Mungal / Capital One Files)
Jeff Stoughton celebrates his team's gold medal win over Scotland with lead Steve Gould at the 2011 Ford World Men's Curling Championships in Regina.    (Jonathan Hayward / The Canadian Press Files)
Team Canada skip Jeff Stoughton and his teammates were met by family and supporters at the Winnipeg airport after winning the 2011 World Men's Curling Championship. (Wayne Glowacki / Winnipeg Free Press Files)
Team Canada skip Jeff Stoughton (right) celebrates with teammate Garry Vandenberghe after Canada defeated Scotland to win the 1996 World Curling Championships in Hamilton. - (Moe Doiron / The Canadian Press Files)
Jeff Stoughton uses his broom to indicate which rock he wants his team to remove during 16th draw of competition against PEI at The Brier in Edmonton in 1999. - (Chuck Stoody / The Canadian Press Files)
PEI skip Robert Campbell slips in behind Manitoba skip Jeff Stoughton as he watches his rock with during the 16th draw at The Brier in Edmonton Tin 1999. - (Chuck Stoody / The Canadian Press Files)
1999 Brier Champ Jeff Stoughton and his rink are welcomed home at the Winnipeg airport. - (Jeff De Booy / Winnipeg Free Press files)
Manitoba skip Jeff Stoughton celebrates as he carries the Labatt Brier tankard up the ice after he and his rink beat Quebec 9-5 in the final in 1999 at left is team fifth Steve Gould and third Jonathan Mead at right. - (Chuck Stoody / The Canadian Press Files)
Team Manitoba holds up the Labbat Brier trophy after beating Quebec in the final in Edmonton in 1999. FROM LEFT: Skip Jeff Stoughton, third Jonhathan Mead, second Garry Van Den Berghe, and lead Doug Armstrong. - (Chuck Stoody / The Canadian Press Files)
Stoughton yells for his team to sweep during the Brier final against Quebec in 1999. - (Chuck Stoody / The Canadian Press Files)
Quebec Skip Guy Hemmings looks over Manitoba Skip Jeff Stoughton's shoulder during the final of the 1999 Brier in Edmonton. - (CHRISTINE VANZELLA / The Canadian Press files)
FROM LEFT: Team Canada skip Jeff Stoughton, third Jonathan Mead, second Reid Carruthers and lead Steve Gould celebrate their team's gold medal win over Scotland at the 2011 Ford World Men's Curling Championships in Regina. - (Jonathan Hayward / The Canadian Press Files)
Canadian skip Jeff Stoughton of Winnipeg holds his daughter Elizabeth after guiding his team to a 6-5 win over Scotland in the world 2011 championship. - (Michael Burns Photo)
Jeff Stoughton eyes his stone after delivering at the GP Car and Home Players' Championship in Grande Prairie, Alta. Stoughton's world champion foursome defeated Edmonton's Rob Schlender 7-3 to advance to the playoffs of the final Capital One Grand Slam championship of the season. - (Anil Mungal / Capital One Files)
Jeff Stoughton celebrates his team's gold medal win over Scotland with lead Steve Gould at the 2011 Ford World Men's Curling Championships in Regina. - (Jonathan Hayward / The Canadian Press Files)
Team Canada skip Jeff Stoughton and his teammates were met by family and supporters at the Winnipeg airport after winning the 2011 World Men's Curling Championship. - (Wayne Glowacki / Winnipeg Free Press Files)

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