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Draws

Draw #6
Czech Republic
Czech Republic
0
Estonia
Estonia
0
 
Italy
Italy
0
Turkey
Turkey
0
 
Slovakia
Slovakia
0
England
England
0
 
Denmark
Denmark
0
Sweden
Sweden
0
 
Finland
Finland
0
Latvia
Latvia
0
 
Poland
Poland
0
Lithuania
Lithuania
0
 
Draw #7
Slovakia
Slovakia
0
Slovenia
Slovenia
0
 
Italy
Italy
0
Czech Republic
Czech Republic
0
 
Estonia
Estonia
0
Turkey
Turkey
0
 
Draw #7
Finland
Finland
0
Lithuania
Lithuania
0
 
Poland
Poland
0
Latvia
Latvia
0
 
Denmark
Denmark
0
Japan
Japan
0
 

Standings

Pos
 
Association
Record
1
Slovakia
Slovakia
4 - 0
2
Czech Republic
Czech Republic
2 - 1
2
Estonia
Estonia
2 - 1
4
Slovenia
Slovenia
2 - 2
5
Italy
Italy
1 - 2
6
England
England
1 - 3
7
Turkey
Turkey
0 - 3
Pos
 
Association
Record
1
Sweden
Sweden
3 - 0
2
Latvia
Latvia
2 - 0
3
Finland
Finland
1 - 1
3
Lithuania
Lithuania
1 - 1
5
Denmark
Denmark
1 - 2
5
Poland
Poland
1 - 2
7
Japan
Japan
0 - 3
Championship Country Start End  
Le Gruyère AOP European Curling Championships 2018 TALLINN, Estonia 11/16/2018 11/24/2018 MenWomen
Curling World Cup 2018-19/2 OMAHA, NEBRASKA, United States of America 12/5/2018 12/9/2018 MenWomenMixed Doubles
World Junior-B Curling Championships 2019 LOHJA, Finland 1/3/2019 1/10/2019 MenWomen

 

Did you know?

Champions for two countries.

It happens that people move to new countries during their lifetime and so of course curlers as well. Some are so good that they have been able to represent both their native country and their new country.

But... there are only two curlers that have been able to win championships for two countries.

Lars VĂ„gberg was the first to do this unique feat. He won the European Curling Championship in 1990 for his native Sweden and added the Olympic gold in 2002 for Norway.

The second to achieve this was Carolyn Morris, originally from Scotland for whom she won the World seniors in 2005. She repeated this in 2013 but this time representing Canada