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Draws

Quarterfinals
Switzerland
Switzerland
0
United States of America
United States of America
0
 
Semifinals
To Be Determined
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0
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0
 
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0
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0
 
Bronze game
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0
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0
 
Final
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0
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0
 

Standings

Pos
 
Association
Record
1
Sweden
Sweden
11 - 2
2
RCF
RCF
10 - 2
3
United States of America
United States of America
10 - 3
4
Canada
Canada
9 - 4
5
Scotland
Scotland
9 - 4
6
Switzerland
Switzerland
8 - 5
7
Italy
Italy
7 - 6
8
Norway
Norway
7 - 6
9
Japan
Japan
6 - 7
10
Germany
Germany
4 - 9
11
Denmark
Denmark
3 - 10
12
Netherlands
Netherlands
2 - 11
13
Korea
Korea
2 - 11
14
China
China
2 - 11

Draws

Draw #3
Turkey
Turkey
9
Hungary
Hungary
5
 
Japan
Japan
5
Switzerland
Switzerland
6
 
Estonia
Estonia
3
United States of America
United States of America
5
 
Draw #4
Finland
Finland
10
Turkey
Turkey
3
 
Germany
Germany
2
United States of America
United States of America
7
 
Estonia
Estonia
8
Czech Republic
Czech Republic
1
 
Switzerland
Switzerland
5
Italy
Italy
4
 
Draw #5
Czech Republic
Czech Republic
0
Germany
Germany
0
 
Finland
Finland
0
Italy
Italy
0
 
Japan
Japan
0
Hungary
Hungary
0
 

Standings

Pos
 
Association
Record
1
Switzerland
Switzerland
3 - 0
1
United States of America
United States of America
3 - 0
3
Estonia
Estonia
2 - 1
4
Czech Republic
Czech Republic
1 - 1
4
Finland
Finland
1 - 1
4
Italy
Italy
1 - 1
7
Turkey
Turkey
1 - 2
8
Germany
Germany
0 - 2
8
Hungary
Hungary
0 - 2
8
Japan
Japan
0 - 2
Championship Country Start End  
LGT World Women’s Curling Championship 2021 CALGARY, ALBERTA, Canada 4/30/2021 5/9/2021 Women
World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship 2021 ABERDEEN, Scotland 5/17/2021 5/23/2021 Mixed Doubles

 

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 Vågberg 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