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Draws

Draw #12
Denmark
Denmark
3
Canada
Canada
8
 
Great Britain
Great Britain
4
United States of America
United States of America
10
 
Sweden
Sweden
2
Norway
Norway
7
 
Korea
Korea
10
Japan
Japan
4
 

Standings

Pos
 
Association
Record
1
Sweden
Sweden
7 - 2
2
Canada
Canada
6 - 3
3
Great Britain
Great Britain
5 - 4
3
Switzerland
Switzerland
5 - 4
3
United States of America
United States of America
5 - 4
6
Norway
Norway
4 - 5
7
Korea
Korea
4 - 5
8
Japan
Japan
4 - 5
9
Italy
Italy
3 - 6
10
Denmark
Denmark
2 - 7

Draws

Draw #11
Korea
Korea
11
Olympic Athlete From Russia
Olympic Athlete From Russia
2
 
Sweden
Sweden
8
China
China
4
 
Switzerland
Switzerland
6
Denmark
Denmark
4
 
Canada
Canada
5
Great Britain
Great Britain
6
 
Draw #12
Sweden
Sweden
0
United States of America
United States of America
0
 
Switzerland
Switzerland
0
Japan
Japan
0
 
Olympic Athlete From Russia
Olympic Athlete From Russia
0
Canada
Canada
0
 
Korea
Korea
0
Denmark
Denmark
0
 

Standings

Pos
 
Association
Record
1
Korea
Korea
7 - 1
2
Sweden
Sweden
6 - 2
3
Great Britain
Great Britain
6 - 3
4
Japan
Japan
5 - 3
5
United States of America
United States of America
4 - 4
6
China
China
4 - 5
7
Canada
Canada
3 - 5
7
Switzerland
Switzerland
3 - 5
9
Olympic Athlete From Russia
Olympic Athlete From Russia
2 - 6
10
Denmark
Denmark
1 - 7

Draws

Standings

Pos
 
Association
Record
1
Canada
Canada
6 - 1
2
Switzerland
Switzerland
5 - 2
3
Olympic Athlete From Russia
Olympic Athlete From Russia
4 - 3
4
Norway
Norway
4 - 3
5
China
China
4 - 3
6
Korea
Korea
2 - 5
7
United States of America
United States of America
2 - 5
8
Finland
Finland
1 - 6
Championship Country Start End  
World Junior Curling Championships 2018 ABERDEEN, Scotland 3/3/2018 3/11/2018 MenWomen
XII. Paralympic Winter Games 2018 PYEONGCHANG, Korea 3/8/2018 3/18/2018 Mixed
Ford World Women’s Curling Championship 2018 NORTH BAY, ONTARIO, Canada 3/17/2018 3/25/2018 Women

 

Did you know?

Year after year!

Anette Norberg of Sweden along with Eva Lund and Cathrine Lindahl won five straight European's between 2001 and 2005. Add the win of Elisabet Gustafson in 2000 to extend the streak to six straight wins for Sweden

Among the men the record is three straight wins. The Scottish trio of Hammy McMillan, Norman Brown and Mike Hay won the ECC between 1994 and 1996. This feat was repeated by Niklas Edin of Sweden along with Oskar Eriksson, Christoffer Sundgren and Henrik Leek between 2014 and 2016

In addition to these players the Swedish ladies team won the ECC between 1976 and 1978 skipped by two different skips, Elisabeth Branäs and Inga Arfwidsson.