Olympics: Who is Brad Gushue? Age, Meet his Wife Krista Tibbo, Net worth, Siblings, Wiki

Olympics: Who is Brad Gushue? Age, Meet his Wife Krista Tibbo, Net worth, Siblings, Wiki

Bradley Raymond Gushue (Brad Gushue) ONL is a Newfoundland and Labrador curler from Mount Pearl.

Gushue, along with teammates Russ Howard, Mark Nichols, Jamie Korab, and Mike Adam, won the gold medal in curling at the 2006 Winter Olympics, defeating Finland 10–4 in the final.

Who is Brad Gushue’s wife? Is he still married to her?

Brad is a husband and father. People frequently ask whether he is still married to his wife. Brad is happily married to his wife, thus the answer is yes.

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On September 8, 2006, Gushue married Krista Tibbo.

Hayley and Marissa are their two children.

Brad Gushue Age, Family, Early Life

Brad Gushue is a 41 years old man. He was born on June 16, 1980. He is a Canadian by nationality and was born in St. John’s, Canada.

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Gushue began curling in 1989 as the son of Ray and Maureen. He used to play golf in his youth. Gushue is now a business entrepreneur alongside teammate Mark Nichols, co-owning an Orangetheory Fitness Studio in St. John’s.

On September 8, 2006, Gushue married Krista Tibbo. Hayley and Marissa are their two children.

Which school and college did he go to?

Gushue graduated from Memorial University with a bachelor’s degree in business administration and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in business administration at Queen’s University.

Brad Gushue Net Worth, How much does he earn?

Brad Gushue’s net worth is reported to be between $1 and $4 million dollars.

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From his major profession as a Curler, he has amassed a sizable fortune.

Brad Gushue Career, What is his profession?

Gushue is a six-time provincial junior curling champion in his home province of Newfoundland (1995, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001), the last five as skip. He won a bronze medal at the 1999 Canadian Junior Curling Championships, a silver medal at the 2000 Canadian Junior Curling Championships, and a gold medal at the 2001 Canadian Junior Curling Championships.

In 2001, he not only won the provincial championship, but also the Canadian Juniors and World Junior Championships. Gushue also competed in the 1998 World Junior Championships as an alternate for John Morris, who won the event.

He made an amazing transition into men’s curling after an outstanding junior career, and his team rapidly became a formidable force. Gushue qualified for the Nokia Brier in 2003, where he ended 6–5. Gushue proved not only that he was one of the finest curlers in Newfoundland, but also one of the best in Canada when his team won the Nokia Brier in 2004 with an 8–4 record. He qualified for the 2005 Tim Hortons Brier the following year when his team ended 6–5.

Gushue became the first Newfoundlander to win an Olympic gold medal with his teammates. A provincial order permitted all schools to close at noon on the day of the gold medal match, one hour before local coverage of the event began.

Gushue Replaced Front-End

He replaced his front-end for the sixth year in a row in April 2008, bringing back Jamie Korab as lead and Ryan Fry as the second. Gushue finished last in the pre-qualifying competition for the 2009 Canadian Olympic Curling Trials, winning only one game.

Randy Ferbey joined Gushue’s team in April 2010, wielding the broom but throwing third rocks. Gushue kept throwing the last stone. Mark Nichols moved up to the second place, and Ryan Fry took the lead. Jamie Korab made the decision to take a year or two off from work. The rink lost in the final of the 2010 Baden Masters against Thomas Lips in their debut event as a team.

Gushue assembled a squad for the 2011–12 season that included Ryan Fry, Geoff Walker of Alberta, and Adam Casey of Prince Edward Island.

Gushue competed in the Newfoundland and Labrador mixed doubles competition with his 12-year-old daughter Hayley in 2020. The duo made it to the final and took home the silver medal.

Gushue competed in the 2013 Canadian Olympic Curling Trials – Road to The Roar and narrowly missed qualifying for the 2013 Canadian Olympic Curling Trials, losing in the final qualifying game to eventual Olympic gold medalist Brad Jacobs’ rink. He’d still be competing in the Olympic Trials as an alternate for Kevin Martin’s team, where he’d win a bronze medal.

Gushue competed in the Newfoundland and Labrador mixed doubles competition with his 12-year-old daughter Hayley in 2020. The duo made it to the final and took home the silver medal.

Is he available on any kind of social media platform?

Brad Gushue is on Twitter with 25K+ followers. He is verified by Twitter under the username @BradGushue.

On his Instagram, he has 2.8K+ followers and is verified by Instagram as @officialbradgushue.

Body Appearance of Brad Gushue‘s Height, Weight

HeightFeet: 6 Feet 1 Inch
Meter: 1.83 m
Centimeter: 183 cm
Hair colorBrown
Eye colorGrey
WeightN / A
Body typeFit
Sexual orientationStraight

Interesting facts about Brad Gushue’s which you should be knows

NationalityCanadian
EthnicityWhite 
Age41
Relationship StatusMarried  
Children2
SpouseKrista Tibbo

 

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