William Anderson fait partie des figures qui ont les plus marqué le jeu.
The names of “Mark and Boris” are forever entwined in Canadian bridge. They were very successful as partners, and also with other partners.
John Carruthers is an accomplished player, writer, and administrator. He was the winner of the first Richmond Trophy in 1974.
Francine Cimon represented Canada in seven consecutive Olympiads and ten Venice Cups. She earned several World and Canadian Championships medals.
Ralph Cohen was one of Sam Gold’s protégés in his early days of bridge in Montréal.
Doug Drew was one of the six founding members of the Canadian Bridge Federation.
Bruce Elliott ‘s partnership with Percy Sheardown was one of the best in North America in the 1950s and 60s.
Known as much for his qualities as a player, teacher and also for his generosity in providing advice to bridge players of all levels, Kamel Fergani is a prominent figure in Canadian bridge.
Judith is the scientist, both professionally and from a bridge perspective, in a long and successful bridge and life partnership with her husband Nicholas.
Nicholas is best known as the unpredictable half of a long and successful bridge and life partnership with his wife Judith.
Sam Gold of Montréal became the second Canadian player to achieve the status of Life Master in 1948.
Agnes Gordon was one of North America’s top players for three decades.
Diana Gordon is Canada’s only World Grand Master.
Bruce Gowdy became ACBL Life Master #67 in 1950.
Audrey Grant is known all over the world as “The Teacher of Teachers”.
At the time of his induction into the CBF Hall of Fame, Graves was the highest ranked Canadian Grand Life Master.
Nader Hanna won multiple North American and Canadian championships, and is the longest to serve as CBF president.
Sami Kehela won ten major North American titles.
Eric Kokish has numerous accomplishments as a player, coach, top bidding theorist, and writer.
Robert Lebi started playing bridge with Kokish, Mark Molson, Sharyn Reus and George Mittelman (all HOF members). He has won several NABC and Canadian titles.
George Mittelman won two World Championships; the 1982 Mixed Pairs and the 2002 Senior Teams.
The names of “Mark and Boris” are forever entwined in Canadian bridge.
|Murray, Eric R.
Murray is an ACBL Grand Life Master and a member of the ACBL Hall of Fame.
| Nagy, Peter
Peter Nagy was part of a young group of Montréal players mentored by Sam Gold.
Mary was the first woman to win the open Canadian National Teams Championship, winning the first ever CNTC held in 1977. In addition, she won seven Canadian Women Teams Championships and two World Championship bronze medals representing Canada.
Sharyn has won 10 Canadian Women’s Team Championships and represented Canada 16 times at the World Championship team events. Sharyn also represented Canada five times in World Pair events and has attained the rank of World Life Master.
Percy (Shorty) Sheardown, a member of the ACBL Hall of Fame, was the first great Canadian bridge player.
Joey Silver was a member of the 1995 Bermuda Bowl silver medal team which is the best result a Canadian team has ever achieved in this most prestigious of all world events.
Thorpe represented Canada twelve times in World Championship team events, winning a silver medal in the 2000 Women Teams Olympiad, and two bronze medals (1988 Women Teams Olympiad and 1989 Venice Cup).