Garnet Samuel Richardson (November 6, 1933 – January 21, 2016) was a Canadian curler. He played second for the "World famous Richardsons", which won four Briers and four World Curling Championships.
The team consisted of two brothers (skip Ernie and Garnet and their two cousins, Arnold and Wes.) They won the 1959, 1960, 1962 and 1963 Briers as well as their corresponding Scotch Cups (the World Championship at the time). They would play in another Brier in 1964, where they were runners up to Lyall Dagg's British Columbia team. In 1973, Richardson won the Saskatchewan Mixed title with Ev Krahn, Glen Hall and Elsie Hunter, finishing second at the Canadian Mixed Curling Championship that year.
At the 1976 Macdonald Brier, which was held in Richardson's hometown of Regina, Saskatchewan, Richardson served as the driver for the winning Newfoundland team, skipped by Jack MacDuff. In addition to driving the team, Richardson served as the "unofficial coach" of the rink. Also at the '76 Brier, Richardson had to fill in for former Prime Minister John Diefenbaker, who was due to be a guest speaker at the event. Since then, Richardson made a career of making speeches as a guest speaker. Richardson would also coach the Bob Ellert team at the 1981 Labatt Brier and the Garry Bryden team at the 1984 Labatt Brier.
In 2005, Richardson was awarded with the Saskatchewan Order of Merit and he was made the Honorary Chair of the 2006 Tim Hortons Brier, also held in Regina. He is also a member of the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame, the Canadian Curling Hall of Fame and the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame.
|1959||1||2||5 - 0||Civil Service CC, Regina, Saskatchewan|
|SCO 12-6, SCO 11-9, SCO 8-7, SCO 15-9, SCO 9-2|
|1960||1||2||5 - 0||Civil Service CC, Regina, Saskatchewan|
|SCO 11-8, SCO 14-7, SCO 9-5, SCO 8-4, SCO 16-4|
|1962||1||2||6 - 0||Regina CC, Saskatchewan|
|USA 11-5, SWE 17-7, SCO 20-4, SWE 24-4, USA 13-8, SCO 13-8|
|1963||1||2||5 - 1||Regina CC, Saskatchewan|
|USA 6-7, SWE 22-4, SCO 8-7, SWE 14-8, USA 13-6, SCO 11-6|
|United States of America||3||1|
|2017||Hall of Fame Member||Player|