Aaron and Amanda Sluchinski will represent Alberta at the 2024 Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Championship.

The championship is taking place in Fredericton, New Brunswick, March 17-22. They won the Alberta Mixed Doubles Provincial to secure their spot.

This is the first time the Airdrie couple will be representing Alberta on the national stage. This is the third time for Aaron, as he competed with a different teammate before, Brittany Tran.

"I play a lot of curling during the winter months, it feels really good to be able to share some of that success with her."

AirdriePhoto supplied by Team Sluchinski. Photo of the couple with their Alberta jackets.

According to Aaron, it's been quite a few years since his wife has played competitive curling so they are both ready to give it their all and represent Alberta.

During the provincial tournament, they won the event with a 7-1 record, only losing to the team they ended up beating in the final.

When asked about one team he hopes to face, Aaron hopes to take on the 2023 champions.

"Jennifer Jones and Brett Lang would be fun to take on at some point during the event."

When asked what the goal is for the national event, Aaron stated they hope to make the playoffs and see what happens from there.

Aaron's other team, Team Sluchsinski is ranked 16th in the world when it comes to men's curling teams.

The end goal of this season is to maintain the top 16 rankings in the world while also making it to the 2024 Montana’s Brier.

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