Susan Froud

Susan Froud (born March 31, 1970 in Newmarket, Ontario) is a Canadian curler from Loretto, Ontario.[1] She currently skips a team on the World Curling Tour.


Froud won a provincial university championship with the University of Waterloo in 1996.[2]

Froud played in the inaugural Canada Cup of Curling in 2003, playing second for the Marilyn Bodogh rink. Bodogh did not play in the event, so the team was skipped by Penny Shantz. The team finished the event with a 1-3 record, missing the playoffs.[3]

Froud played in the Canada Cup again in 2005, playing second for Anne Merklinger the team finished first in their pool with a 4-1 record[4], but lost both of their playoff games, settling for third place.[5]

During her World Curling Tour career, Froud would play for a number of skips, including Merklinger, Janet McGhee, Jacqueline Harrison and Susan McKnight. She has been skipping her own team since 2015. Since 2017, her team has consisted of Lauren Horton, Margot Flemming and Megan Arnold.

Over the course of her career, Froud has won the 2004 OVCT RCMP Fall Open, the 2005 Gananoque Cash Spiel (with Merklinger) and the 2010 Brampton Curling Classic (with McKnight).[6] She played in her first Grand Slam event at the 2007 Sobeys Slam with McGhee, but the team missed the playoffs.

Froud played in her first Ontario Scotties Tournament of Hearts in 2008 playing second for McGhee. The team would finish in 4th place. She returned in 2010 playing second for Harrison. That team would end up placing in third place. Froud made it again in 2011 playing third for McKnight. Again, she would make the playoffs, settling for fourth place. Froud made her fourth provincial championship in 2013 playing second for Harrison again. This was the first tournament where he would miss the playoffs, as the team finished with a 3-6 record, tied for 8th place. She played in her fifth provincial in 2015, playing third for Harrison. The team made the playoffs again, but settled for fourth place.

Froud won the 2017 Stroud Sleeman Cash Spiel.

In 2018, Froud won the Ontario Intermediate Women's Championship for curlers over 40.[7]

Personal life

In addition to attending Waterloo, Froud also attended McGill University and Bradford District High School. She works as an engineer / consultant for SNC-Lavalin Environment.


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