Tripti Joshi (Editor)

Jamie Koe

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on Reddit
Covid-19
Skip  Jamie Koe
Alternate  Greg Skague
Third  Mark Whitehead
Name  Jamie Koe
Second  Brad Chorostowski
Siblings  Kevin Koe
Lead  Rob Borden

Jamie Koe wwwcurlingcawpcontentuploads201009JamieKoe
Born  November 3, 1977 (age 38) Yellowknife, Northwest Territories (1977-11-03)
Curling club  Yellowknife CC, Yellowknife

Curlingzone at the patch jamie koe


Jamie Koe (born November 3, 1977 in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories) is a Canadian curler. He has played in 10 Briers, representing the Northwest Territories/Yukon team and one Brier representing just the Northwest Territories. At the 2012 Brier, he became the first skip from Canada's north to make the playoffs at the Brier since the addition of the playoffs in 1980.

Contents

Jamie Koe Brothers Koe upstage Howard39s recordtying effort

He is the younger brother of Alberta curler Kevin Koe and twin brother of Territories champion Kerry Galusha.

Jamie Koe Hold me39 winless Jamie Koe contemplates end of Brier career

Jamie koe vs kevin koe 10th end finish great shots


Junior career

Jamie Koe A family affair for Koes in Kamloops Curling Canada

Koe played in five straight Canadian Junior Curling Championships, from 1994 to 1998. In 1994, he played third for his brother, Kevin, representing the Yukon/Northwest Territories team. The rink lost in the final to Alberta. In 1995, Kevin graduated from juniors, leaving Jamie to skip the team. He would skip the Territories to a 2-9 record at the 1995 Canadian Juniors. In 1996, each territory got their own team, and Koe would skip the Northwest Territories team. The rink finished the round robin with a 7-5 record, and would win one and lose one tiebreaker match. In 1997, Koe's Northwest Territories team finished the round robin in 2nd place at 8-4, but lost to Ontario's John Morris in the semifinal. In his final juniors, in 1998, Koe missed the playoffs, skipping the Northwest Territories to a 5-7 record.

Men's career

Jamie Koe Jamie Koe GNWT Careers

After juniors, Koe moved to Alberta for school, and would team up with his brother again. However, he would soon move back to his native Northwest Territories.

Koe won his first Territories men's championship in 2006, sending him to his first Tim Hortons Brier. His 6-5 record at the 2006 Tim Hortons Brier was good enough for 5th place, the best finish for the Territories since 1975. Koe would represent the Territories again in 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012. Koe got to play his brother for the first time at a Brier in 2010, when Kevin won the Alberta provincial championship for the first time. It was only the third time in Brier history where two brothers would compete against each other as skips.

Koe's best performance at the Brier was at the 2012 Tim Hortons Brier, where he finished 7-4 in the round robin, securing the 4th place spot in the playoffs. However, he lost both his playoff matches, settling for fourth place. He lost to his brother Kevin's Alberta rink in the 3 vs. 4 game, and then lost to Manitoba's Rob Fowler in an extra end in the bronze medal game. Koe returned to the Brier in 2013 where he could not repeat his success, but still posted a decent 5-6 record.

Personal life

Koe is employed as a comptroller general with the government of the Northwest Territories. He is married and has two children.

References

Jamie Koe Wikipedia


Similar Topics
Kevin Koe
Kwaw Ansah
Indira Neville
Topics
 
B
i
Link
H2
L