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Name  Cathy Gauthier

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Cathy Gauthier (June 5, 1961 in Winnipeg, Manitoba) is a Canadian curler and broadcaster.

Gauthier, who was the longtime second for Connie Laliberte, last played the lead position on the 2005 Scott Tournament of Hearts championship team of Jennifer Jones. Gauthier also won two championships with Laliberte in 1992 and 1995, before winning with Jones in 2005. Although she is one of the few women to win three championships on the national level, she has not won a world championship. She left the Jones team in May 2005 due to family commitments.

Gauthier, who is regularly employed with the Canadian Government, also works as a curling broadcaster, having called games for TSN and Global TV in Winnipeg and Rogers Sportsnet nationally.


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