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World Curling Tour men's money leaders

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1. Mike McEwen $73,750

2. Kevin Martin $61,000

3. Kevin Koe $46,500

4. Jeff Stoughton $40,250

5. Pat Simmons $37,300

6. Randy Ferbey $35,848

7. Thomas Lips $28,534

8. Andy Kapp $26,784

9. Rob Fowler $26,250

10. Glenn Howard $24,900

1. Jennifer Jones $41,069

2. Mirjam Ott $31,914

3. Chelsea Carey $30,000

4. Heather Nedohin $29,100

5. Stefanie Lawton $28,000

6. Jessie Kaufman $22,900

7. Shannon Kleibrink $22,400

8. Amber Holland $21,600

9. Cathy Overton-Clapham $21,500

10. Bingyu Wang $18,100

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition December 7, 2010 B6

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