After winning their third World Senior Women’s Curling Championship in Korea, Delisle born skip Sherry Anderson reflects on how herself and her teammates won this time around. 

Anderson talks about the differences between winning in Korea compared to the other two previous times in Europe.  

“It was (different for sure). After competing in Europe three times. The city we were in, Gangneung, was right on the Sea of Japan. So, it felt more like a tropical holiday than a curling event. But they treated us very well there for sure.” 

This was the fourth time overall the Anderson team was at the curling championships. After not getting on the podium last year, the team was determined to win this time around. 

“It was just nice to get back there again, because in Canada you don't get a chance to get to the world that often and especially four times in a row basically. So, we wanted to make sure we capped it off with the win and not just going to be there. So, we played pretty well. And we had a couple of closer games that could have gone either way, but we went through undefeated, so that was quite an accomplishment as well. We wanted to get back and bring home the gold again.” 

Anderson thanked all who gave them support during their time in Korea, and also gave a shoutout to her teammates as well.  

“We certainly get a lot of support from our family and friends and certainly my teammates that couldn't have done it without them, Patty and her support, Brenda and Anita Silvernagle. We have been together quite a few years and it was pretty special to get three championship wins like that. It hasn't been done in the Seniors before so, we’ve got the record for at least the next four years until someone beats it.” 

As Anderson mentioned earlier, the team had an unblemished record at the championships, going 7-0 in round robin play and winning the semifinals and gold medal final to go 9-0 overall.