Jean-Sébastien Roy

Jean-Sébastien Roy
Born (1977-08-14) August 14, 1977
Curling club CC Thurso,
Thurso, QC
Skip Jean-Sébastien Roy
Third Jasmin Gibeau
Second Dan deWaard
Lead Vincent Bourget
Alternate Stéphane Paquette
Brier appearances 2 (2004, 2012)

Jean-Sébastien Roy (born August 14, 1977) is a Canadian curler from Gatineau, Quebec.


Roy is a two time provincial junior champion, winning in 1995 as the third for Yanick Gaudreault and in 1997 as the third for Philippe Lemay. At the 1995 Canadian Junior Curling Championships, Quebec finished with a 5-6 record. At the 1997 Canadian Juniors, the team finished the round robin with a 7-5 record, in a 5-way tie for 3rd place. They ended up losing their tiebreaker match to the Yukon team, skipped by Wyatt Redlin.[1]

Roy won his first provincial men's championship in 2004 as the second for Daniel Lafleur. At the 2004 Nokia Brier, Quebec finished with a 3-8 record. He won his second provincial championship in 2012 with Desjardins.

In league play at the Ottawa Curling Club, Roy used to curl with Jean-Michel Ménard,[2] normally a rival in competitive bonspiels.



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