Liz Fyfe

Elisabeth Fyfe is a Canadian curler from Winnipeg, Manitoba. She attended the 2016 Scotties Tournament of Hearts as second on Kerri Einarson's Team Manitoba. She was a Canadian Junior Curling Champion having won the 2008 Canadian Junior Championships as a second on the Kaitlyn Lawes team. Fyfe is the daughter of former Brier champion Vic Peters. She currently plays second for Team Tracy Fleury.



As a junior, Fyfe won the Manitoba Junior championships in 2001 with teammates Allison Nimik, Kristin Loder and Lindsay Titheridge. The team finished with a 4-8 record at the 2001 Canadian Junior Curling Championships. Fyfe tied for third best leads at the competition, curling an average 73% in the round robin. She returned to the Canadian Juniors in 2008, playing second for Kaitlyn Lawes. The team finished round-robin with a 10-2 record which qualified them for the final. Manitoba won the final 7-6 which qualified the team for the 2008 World Junior Curling Championships. They won the bronze medal after defeating Russia in the Bronze Medal Game 9-8.


Fyfe joined the Einarson rink in 2012. They did not qualify for the 2013 Manitoba Scotties Tournament of Hearts or play in any Grand Slam's. In the 2013-14 curling season they played in one slam, the 2013 Colonial Square Ladies Classic and the 2014 Manitoba Scotties Tournament of Hearts, losing in the final to Team Chelsea Carey. The next season the team again lost in the final of Manitoba Hearts, losing this time to Team Jennifer Jones.
The 2015-16 curling season would be the breakthrough year for the rink. The team begun the season by winning the Tier 2 event of the 2015 GSOC Tour Challenge. The team finally won the Manitoba Scotties in 2016, and represented Manitoba at the national 2016 Scotties Tournament of Hearts. There, the team would make the playoffs, but would end up losing in the bronze medal game, settling for fourth place. Elsewhere on the World Curling Tour, the team would play in four slams, making it to the semifinals at three events.
The team played in their first Canada Cup in 2016, losing in the semifinals. On the Tour, the team played in five Grand Slams, and would win their first title at the 2016 Boost National. At the 2017 Manitoba Scotties Tournament of Hearts, the team failed to make the playoffs.
The Einarson rink qualified for the 2017 Canadian Olympic Pre-Trials, but would lose in a tiebreaker game. On the tour, the team would win the 2017 Icebreaker at The Granite and would make it to the finals of the 2017 Masters of Curling. They qualified for the first ever Wild Card game at the 2018 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, where they beat Chelsea Carey for the right to represent "Team Wild Card" that year at the Scotties. They finished the round robin and championship pool with a 9–2 record which qualified them for the 1 vs. 2 page playoff game. They lost to Team Manitoba but rebounded against Nova Scotia's Mary-Anne Arsenault in the semifinal. They couldn't get by Jones in the final, settling for a silver medal. They finished their season with a semifinal finish at the 2018 Players' Championship and a runner-up finish at the 2018 Champions Cup.
Fyfe would stay with Selena Njegovan and Kristin MacCuish for the 2018-19 curling season but would bring on a new skip, Tracy Fleury for the 2019-2022 Olympic quadrennial. Fleury is from Sudbury and plays as their designated out-of-province curler. The team had a nearly full schedule in Grand Slam events, beginning the season at the Elite 10, where they missed the playoffs after winning just one game. Next, they made it to the quarterfinals of the 2018 Masters, which they followed up by making it to the finals of the 2018 Tour Challenge, where they lost to Rachel Homan. Outside of the Grand Slam tour, they were invited to represent Canada at the second leg of the Curling World Cup, which they finished with a 4-2 record, narrowly missing the final. The following week they were back into a Grand Slam event, the 2018 National, where they won just one game. The following month, the team played in the 2019 Canadian Open, again missing the playoffs. The team found success in provincial playdowns, winning the 2019 Manitoba Scotties Tournament of Hearts defeating her old skip Kerri Einarson 13-7 in the final to represent Manitoba at the 2019 Scotties Tournament of Hearts. A week after provincials, the team played in at the 2019 TSN All-Star Curling Skins Game where they lost to Jennifer Jones by $4,000 in the final. The team did earn $32,500 during the tournament. At the Hearts, Manitoba went 4-3 record in pool play, but lost to British Columbia's Sarah Wark rink in a tiebreaker to get into the championship pool, which eliminated the team from contention. Fyfe missed the last event of the season for the team, the 2019 Players' Championship due to her pregnancy. With McDonald stepping in once again, the team had a quarterfinal finish.
McDonald spared at the teams first event of the 2019–20 season as well, the 2019 Hokkaido Bank Curling Classic where the team would finish fourth. In her first event back, the 2019 Cargill Curling Training Centre Icebreaker, the team went undefeated en route to claiming the title. In their next event, Fyfe would again have a spare take her place, this time Jill Officer. The team would finish runner-up to Jennifer Jones. Two weeks later, they played in the 2019 Colonial Square Ladies Classic where they went undefeated until the final where they came up just short to Rachel Homan. Officer played in Fyfe's place once again at the 2019 Curlers Corner Autumn Gold Curling Classic where her team made it to the semifinals. She rejoined the team for the 2019 Canad Inns Women's Classic where they lost in the quarterfinal. Their next event was the first Grand Slam of the season, the 2019 Masters where they qualified for the playoffs with a 3-1 record. With wins over Elena Stern in the quarterfinals and Anna Hasselborg in the semifinal, Team Fleury made their second Grand Slam final since forming. They would be successful this time, defeating Sayaka Yoshimura to claim the Grand Slam title. The next week, they had a quarterfinal finish at the second Slam of the season, the 2019 Tour Challenge. At the Canada Cup, the Fleury team once again had a successful run, qualifying for the playoffs with a 5-1 record. They downed Chelsea Carey 9-4 in the semifinal before coming up short to Rachel Homan in the final. Team Fleury capped off the 2019 part of the season with a semifinal finish at the 2019 Boost National Grand Slam. This meant they qualified for the playoffs in all 10 of the events they played in to start the season. To start 2020, the Fleury rink along with five other Canadian rinks, represented Canada at the 2020 Continental Cup. Team Canada did not have a good week, losing to the European's by fifteen points. They missed the playoffs for the first time during the whole season when they were knocked out of the triple knockout format at the 2020 Canadian Open. At the 2020 Manitoba Scotties Tournament of Hearts, the provincial championship, Team Fleury lost the semifinal to Jennifer Jones. They did have another chance to qualify for the 2020 Scotties Tournament of Hearts through the Wild Card play in game which they also lost to Jones. It would be the team's last event of the season as both the Players' Championship and the Champions Cup Grand Slam events were cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Personal life

Fyfe is a self-employed wedding and event planner. She is married to Kevin Fyfe, and has two daughters.

Grand Slam record

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Former events