The bridge world championships are organized annually by the World Bridge Federation.

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UPCOMING WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

 

2017 World Bridge Teams Championships

August 12-26, 2017
Lyon, France

 

CANADIAN TEAMS’ RECOGNITION

Several trophies are awarded to teams representing Canada in specific world championship team events.

Percy Sheardown Trophy

The Percy Sheardown Trophy

The Percy Sheardown Trophy is awarded to the open team representing Canada in the Bermuda Bowl. Percy Sheardown, a member of the ACBL and CBF Hall of Fame, was the first great Canadian bridge player and was Canada’s first Life Master in 1948.

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Eric R Murray Trophy

Eric R Murray Trophy

The Eric R. Murray Trophy is awarded to the team representing Canada in the Open Teams competition at the World Bridge Games (formerly World Team Olympiad). Eric Murray, a member of the ACBL and CBF Hall of Fame, is one of the all time greats and is the mastermind behind the creation of the CBF.

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Mary Paul Trophy

Mary Paul Trophy

The Mary Paul Trophy is awarded to the women team representing Canada in the Venice Cup. Mary Paul, a member of the CBF Hall of Fame, is one of Canada’s top female players. She won the CWTC seven times and the CNTC-A twice. She represented Canada twelve times between 1968 and 1997, winning bronze medals in 1988 and 1989.

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Aaron Goodman Trophy

Aaron Goodman Trophy

The Aaron Goodman Trophy is awarded to the team representing Canada in the Women Teams competition at the World Bridge Games (formerly World Team Olympiad).

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John Carruthers Trophy

John Carruthers Trophy

The John Carruthers Trophy honours the teams that represent Canada at the World Youth Team Championships. John Carruthers, a member of the CBF Hall of Fame, has been one of Canada’s top players for many years and has represented Canada internationally both as a player and as a NPC on numerous occasions. He has served as CBF Junior Manager from 1990 – 1996 and then again in 2005 – 2006, and was chairman of the 1997 World Youth Team Championships hosted by Canada in Hamilton, Ontario. Carruthers also served on the CBF Board of Directors from 1994 – 1996 and was the first chairman of the Canadian Bridge Hall of Fame (2009 – 2012).

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