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Colin Hufman    

Olympic Curler, Retired Enginer & Team USA Athlete Advocate

Colin Hufman is an American curler. He was born in Fairbanks, Alaska, and resides in Minneapolis. He has been a USA Curling Board member since August 2017 and USA Curling Athlete Representative for the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee Athletes Advisory Council since December 2020.

In 2021, Hufman played as the alternate for Team John Shuster at the 2021 World Men's Curling Championship in Calgary, Alberta. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2021 United States Men's Curling Championship was postponed until after the World Men's Championship and the United States Curling Association decided Team Shuster, the 2020 National Champions, would represent the U.S. at the Worlds. At the championship, the team led the U.S. to a 10–3 round robin record, in third place. They played Switzerland in the playoffs, in a game which was delayed a day due to some curlers testing positive for the virus. In the game, Switzerland, skipped by Peter de Cruz beat the Americans to advance to the semifinals.

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