Team Einarson skip Kerri had always been interested in the sport of curling, and began playing at age eight. She is a four-time Manitoba mixed champion, and is known for scoring the first ever eight-ender in tournament history at the 2015 Manitoba Scottie’s Tournament of Hearts.
Her favourite curling memory was competing at the National Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Grand Prairie, AB last season, noting that representing Manitoba on the national stage had always been a goal of hers. Eventually, Kerri hopes to make it to the Olympic Games. She and her team are currently ranked fifth in Canada and eighth in the world.
Outside curling, Kerri is the mother of twin girls, and works as a personal health-care aide at Betel Home Foundation. Apart from her dream of competing at the Olympics, Kerri has always wanted to try surfing.
Kerri’s favourite thing about Manitoba? “The fans are so supportive and friendly – it’s a great province!”
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Introducing the Defending Champions
Tuesday, January, 24th, 2017
STEINBACH ONLINE (Jan 24) They worked so hard to win their first Provincial Scotties Tournament of Hearts. But first they had to deal with heartbreak – like most teams do.
Kerri Einarson earns first Grand Slam capturing Boost National
Sunday, December, 11th, 2016
SPORTSNET (Dec 11) Kerri Einarson has turned her season around all the way to capturing her first career Grand Slam title. Einarson earned the Boost National championship Sunday
Laycock, Einarson surprise unbeatens at Canada Cup
Wednesday, November, 30th, 2016
BRANDON SUN (Nov 30) The surprise of the day — even more so than Laycock — is that of Kerri Einarson. Last season’s Manitoba Scotties champion followed up her 8-5 win over Sweeting in Draw 1 by deposing of defending champion Rachel Homan…
It Has Been a Long Season for Manitoba Champ
Wednesday, November, 16th, 2016
WINNIPEG SUN (Nov 16) Calling it a hectic two months would be an understatement for a road-weary Kerri Einarson
Kerri Einarson is ready to move out of Jones’s shadow
Wednesday, October, 26th, 2016
SPORTSNET (Oct 26) It’s not easy to find the spotlight when you’re curling in the shade cast by Jennifer Jones. Canada’s Olympic gold medallist has won five world championships and a dozen provincial titles in Manitoba.