1988 World Women's Curling Championship

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1988 World Women's Curling Championship
Host city Glasgow, Scotland
Arena The Summit Centre
Dates April 4–10, 1988
Winner  Germany
Curling club SC Riessersee, Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Skip Andrea Schöpp
Third Almut Hege-Schöll
Second Monika Wagner
Lead Suzanne Fink
Finalist  Canada

The 1988 World Women's Curling Championship was held in Glasgow, Scotland from April 4–10, 1988.

Teams[edit]

 Germany  Canada  Sweden  Norway  Denmark
SC Riessersee, Garmisch-Partenkirchen

Skip: Andrea Schöpp
Third: Almut Hege-Schöll
Second: Monika Wagner
Lead: Suzanne Fink

Thunder Bay CC, Ontario

Skip: Heather Houston
Third: Lorraine Lang
Second: Diane Adams
Lead: Tracy Kennedy

Härnösands CK

Skip: Anette Norberg
Third: Anna Rindeskog
Second: Sofie Marmont
Lead: Louise Marmont

Snarøen CC, Oslo

Skip: Anne Jøtun Bakke
Third: Hilde Jøtun
Second: Ingvill Githmark
Lead: Bille Sørum

Hvidovre CC

Fourth: Helena Blach
Third: Malene Krause
Skip: Lone Kristoffersen
Lead: Lene x. Nielsen

  Switzerland  United States  France  Scotland  Finland
Wetzikon CC

Skip: Erika Müller
Third: Brigitte Kienast
Second: Susanne Luchsinger
Lead: Regula Rüegg

Granite CC, Seattle, Washington

Skip: Nancy Langley
Third: Nancy Pearson
Second: Leslie Frosch
Lead: Mary Hobson

Megève CC

Skip: Annick Mercier
Third: Agnes Mercier
Second: Andrée Dupont-Roc
Lead: Catherine Lefebvre

Lanarkshire Ice Rink, Hamilton

Skip: Christine Allison**
Third: Margaret Scott
Second: Kimmie Brown
Lead: Sheena Drummie

Hyvinkää CC

Skip: Anne Eerikäinen
Third: Mari Lundén
Second: Tytti Haapasaari
Lead: Terhi Liukkonen

Standings[edit]

Country Skip W L
Germany Andrea Schöpp 9 2
Canada Heather Houston 7 4
Sweden Anette Norberg 7 4
Norway Anne Jøtun Bakke 6 5
Denmark Helena Blach 5 4
Switzerland Erika Müller 5 4
United States Nancy Langley 4 5
France Annick Mercier 3 6
 Scotland Christine Allison 3 6
Finland Anne Eerikäinen 0 9

Results[edit]

Draw 1[edit]

Team Final
 Denmark (Blach) 9
  Switzerland (Müller) 1
Team Final
 United States (Langley) 7
 France (Mercier) 3
Team Final
 Scotland (Allison) 6
 Canada (Houston) 5
Team Final
 Germany (Schöpp) 9
 Finland (Eerikäinen) 7
Team Final
 Sweden (Norberg) 6
 Norway (Jøtun Bakke) 4

Draw 2[edit]

Team Final
 Denmark (Blach) 9
 Finland (Eerikäinen) 3
Team Final
 Canada (Houston) 11
  Switzerland (Müller) 0
Team Final
 Norway (Jøtun Bakke) 9
 United States (Langley) 5
Team Final
 Sweden (Norberg) 10
 Scotland (Allison) 8
Team Final
 Germany (Schöpp) 6
 France (Mercier) 5

Draw 3[edit]

Team Final
  Switzerland (Müller) 12
 France (Mercier) 7
Team Final
 Sweden (Norberg) 11
 United States (Langley) 1
Team Final
 Germany (Schöpp) 7
 Denmark (Blach) 5
Team Final
 Canada (Houston) 7
 Norway (Jøtun Bakke) 1
Team Final
 Scotland (Allison) 13
 Finland (Eerikäinen) 6

Draw 4[edit]

Team Final
 Canada (Houston) 8
 United States (Langley) 6
Team Final
 France (Mercier) 6
 Denmark (Blach) 5
Team Final
  Switzerland (Müller) 9
 Finland (Eerikäinen) 8
Team Final
 Norway (Jøtun Bakke) 9
 Scotland (Allison) 3
Team Final
 Germany (Schöpp) 10
 Sweden (Norberg) 8

Draw 5[edit]

Team Final
 Norway (Jøtun Bakke) 9
  Switzerland (Müller) 1
Team Final
 United States (Langley) 15
 Finland (Eerikäinen) 1
Team Final
 Sweden (Norberg) 7
 France (Mercier) 5
Team Final
 Germany (Schöpp) 8
 Canada (Houston) 4
Team Final
 Denmark (Blach) 8
 Scotland (Allison) 4

Draw 6[edit]

Team Final
 Sweden (Norberg) 8
 Denmark (Blach) 2
Team Final
 Germany (Schöpp) 12
 Scotland (Allison) 3
Team Final
 Canada (Houston) 11
 Finland (Eerikäinen) 2
Team Final
 Norway (Jøtun Bakke) 7
 France (Mercier) 2
Team Final
  Switzerland (Müller) 7
 United States (Langley) 6

Draw 7[edit]

Team Final
 France (Mercier) 6
 Scotland (Allison) 5
Team Final
 Denmark (Blach) 6
 Canada (Houston) 5
Team Final
 United States (Langley) 7
 Germany (Schöpp) 4
Team Final
  Switzerland (Müller) 8
 Sweden (Norberg) 3
Team Final
 Norway (Jøtun Bakke) 10
 Finland (Eerikäinen) 5

Draw 8[edit]

Team Final
 Norway (Jøtun Bakke) 10
 Germany (Schöpp) 4
Team Final
 Sweden (Norberg) 7
 Finland (Eerikäinen) 0
Team Final
  Switzerland (Müller) 8
 Scotland (Allison) 7
Team Final
 United States (Langley) 6
 Denmark (Blach) 5
Team Final
 Canada (Houston) 9
 France (Mercier) 4

Draw 9[edit]

Team Final
 Canada (Houston) 10
 Sweden (Norberg) 2
Team Final
 Germany (Schöpp) 9
  Switzerland (Müller) 6
Team Final
 Denmark (Blach) 13
 Norway (Jøtun Bakke) 6
Team Final
 France (Mercier) 9
 Finland (Eerikäinen) 5
Team Final
 Scotland (Allison) 10
 United States (Langley) 3

Playoffs[edit]

Semifinal Gold Medal Game
           
1  Germany 9
4  Norway 2
1  Germany 9
2  Canada 3
2  Canada 10
3  Sweden 4
Bronze Medal Game
     
3  Sweden 14
4  Norway 2

Semifinals[edit]

Team Final
 Norway (Jøtun Bakke) 2
 Germany (Schöpp) 9
Team Final
 Canada (Houston) 10
 Sweden (Norberg) 4

Bronze Medal Game[edit]

Team Final
 Sweden (Norberg) 14
 Norway (Jøtun Bakke) 2

Gold Medal Game[edit]

Team Final
 Germany (Schöpp) 9
 Canada (Houston) 3
1988 World Women's Curling Championship Winner
Germany
Germany
1st title

References[edit]

General
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