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Karsten Sturmay is a Canadian curler from Edmonton, Alberta. He is currently the skip of the Alberta Golden Bears men's curling team in university curling and on the World Curling Tour.
As a junior curler, Sturmay won two provincial junior championships, in 2015 and 2016. At the 2015 Canadian Junior Curling Championships, Sturmay led his Alberta rink of Tristan Steinke, Brett Winfield and Mac Lenton to a 7-3 record before losing to Quebec in a tie-breaker match, missing the playoffs. At the 2016 Canadian Junior Curling Championships, he led his team of Steinke, Christopher Kennedy and Caleb Boorse to a 6-4 record, missing the playoffs. Also that season, Sturmay played third for the University of Alberta at the 2016 CIS/CCA Curling Championships. The team, skipped by Thomas Scoffin lost in the final to Laurier's Aaron Squires team.
Sturmay has been playing on the World Curling Tour since 2013. He won his first event in 2016 when he won the inaugural Hokkaido Bank Curling Classic.