Shawn Adams (born April 4, 1974, in Bridgewater, Nova Scotia) is a Canadian curler from Upper Tantallon, Nova Scotia.
Adams rose to curling prominence being runner-up at the
1992 Canadian Junior Curling Championships, and then the next year, won the 1993 Canadian Junior Curling Championships, however he was stripped of the championship because of alcohol violations after the victory. 
7 years later Adams came back to the scene winning the
Nova Scotia championships for the right to go to the 2000 Labatt Brier, where he finished 3–8. Two years later, at the 2002 Nokia Brier he improved on that record with a 6–5 record. Finally, at the 2005 Tim Hortons Brier, Adams would finish the round-robin with an 8–3 record earning him a berth in the playoffs. In the playoffs, Adams defeated Quebec's Jean-Michel Menard in the 3–4 game, then he defeated Manitoba's Randy Dutiaume in the semi-final before losing to Randy Ferbey and Alberta in the final. Adams won his final Nova Scotia championship in 2011, and went 5–6 at the 2011 Tim Hortons Brier.
In 2011, Adams moved to
Newfoundland and Labrador. In 2013, he played in his only provincial championship in the province. He would later move back to Nova Scotia.
Grand Slam record [ edit ]
Lost in Final
Lost in Semifinal
Lost in Quarterfinals
Lost in the round of 16
Did not advance to playoffs
Played in Tier 2 event
Did not participate in event
Not a Grand Slam event that season
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