ACAC Hall of Fame Inductee: Kevin Martin

ACAC Hall of Fame Inductee:  Kevin Martin

A Petroleum Engineering student at NAIT from 1984-87, Kevin Martin honed his curling skills under the tutelage of Coach, Jules Owchar, is now recognized as one of the top skips in the curling world.

In ACAC competition, Kevin won gold, silver and bronze medals and finished his college career by winning the 1985 Canadian Junior Curling Championship with his NAIT rink. Since leaving NAIT, Kevin has established a resume that now ranks him as one of the most outstanding curlers in the sport. His teams have made 12 Brier appearances and won 4 times, finished second once and third twice.  His rink represented Canada at 4 World Championships winning once and placing second three times. His rink has won 14 Grand Slam titles and he has represented Canada at the Olympics in Albertville (1992), was silver medalist in Salt Lake City in 2002, and gold medalists at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympic games.

Throughout his curling career, Kevin Martin has been a great ambassador for the sport and never fails to acknowledge his special relationship with Coach Owchar and that his curling roots run deep into the ACAC.

Congratulations Kevin Martin on your induction into the ACAC Wall of Fame.