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<br><br>2011 Canadian Curling Cup The 2011 Capital One Canada Cup of Curling was held in Cranbrook, British Columbia from November 30 to December 4, 2011 for both men’s and women’s teams. The Cup was drawn for the 9th time.<br><br>The winners of the tournament, in addition to the prize money, received automatic qualification for participation in the next Canada Cup in 2012, in the next 2013 Continental Cup (as part of the North American team), as well as in the next Canadian Olympic Curling Selection 2013.<br><br>Among the men’s teams, the winners were the Kevin Martin skip team.<br><br>Among the women’s teams, the winners were skip Jones.<br>Qualification for participation in the tournament<br>7 men’s and 7 women’s teams took part in the men’s and women’s Cups. The winners of the previous 2010 Canada Cup (skip teams of Glenn Howard and Stephanie Lawton, respectively) received automatic qualification for the Cup. Also the winners of the 2011 Canadian Men’s and Women’s Championships (respectively, the Jeff Stoughton and Amber Holland skip teams) an automatic qualification. The remaining 5 places in each of the draws were filled by the teams that, if you do not take into account the above-mentioned teams, according to the results of the 2010-2011 season, the five best places in the Canadian Team Ranking System (CTRS).<br>Competition format<br>At the first, group stage, teams play among themselves in a round robin system in one round. The three best teams in the group to the second stage, the playoffs, where they play according to the Olympic system: the team that took 1st place goes directly to the final, the teams that took 2nd and 3rd places in the group play in the semifinals for reaching the final.<br><br>The starting times of the are given in UTC − 7.<br>MenCommands<br>(a source: )<br>Group stage<br>Tournament table at the end of the group stage<br><br> teams reaching the playoffs<br>Play-off<br>Semifinal. December 3, 18:00<br><br>The final. December 4, 13:30<br>Final classificationWomenCommands<br>(a source: )<br>Group stage<br>Tournament table at the end of the group stage<br><br> teams reaching the playoffs<br>Play-off<br>Semifinal. December 3, 13:00<br><br>The final. December 4, 9:00<br>Final classification