1989 World Women's Curling Championship

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1989 World Women's Curling Championship
Host city Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Arena Milwaukee Auditorium
Dates April 3–9, 1989
Winner  Canada
Curling club Lakehead Ladies CC, Thunder Bay, Ontario
Skip Heather Houston
Third Lorraine Lang
Second Diane Adams
Lead Tracy Kennedy
Alternate Gloria Taylor
Finalist  Norway

The 1989 World Women's Curling Championship was held at the Milwaukee Auditorium in Milwaukee, Wisconsin from April 3–9, 1989.

After having lost the 1988 World final, the Heather Houston rink, representing Canada, defeated Norway in the final to claim Canada's sixth women's world championship gold medal.

Teams[edit]

 Canada  Denmark  Finland  France
Lakehead Ladies CC, Thunder Bay, Ontario

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

Gentofte CC, Copenhagen

Skip: Marianne Qvist
Third: Lene Bidstrup
Second: Astrid Birnbaum
Lead: Lilian Frøhling

Hyvinkää CC , Hyvinkää

Skip: Jaana Jokela
Third: Nina Ahvenainen
Second: Terhi Aro
Lead: Tiina Majuri

Megève CC , Megève

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

 Germany  Norway  Scotland  Sweden
SC Riessersee, Garmisch-Partenkirchen

Skip: Andrea Schöpp
Third: Monika Wagner
Second: Barbara Haller
Lead: Christina Haller

Snarøen CC, Oslo

Skip: Trine Trulsen
Third: Dordi Nordby
Second: Hanne Pettersen
Lead: Mette Halvorsen

East Kilbride & Haremyres CC, East Kilbride

Skip: Christine Allison
Third: Margaret Scott
Second: Kimmie Brown
Lead: Carol Dawson

Härnösands CK, Härnösands

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

  Switzerland  United States
Bern Egghölzi Damen CC, Bern

Skip: Cristina Lestander
Third: Barbara Meier
Second: Ingrid Thulin
Lead: Katrin Peterhans

Rolla CC, Rolla, North Dakota

Skip: Jan Lagasse
Third: Janie Kakela
Second: Colleen Bertsch
Lead: Eileen Mickelson

Standings[edit]

Country Skip W L
 Norway Trine Trulsen 8 1
 Canada Heather Houston 7 2
 Germany Andrea Schöpp 5 4
 Sweden Anette Norberg 5 4
  Switzerland Cristina Lestander 5 4
 France Annick Mercier 5 4
 Scotland Christine Allison 4 5
 Denmark Marianne Qvist 4 5
 United States Jan Lagasse 2 7
 Finland Jaana Jokela 0 8

Results[edit]

Draw 1[edit]

Sheet A Final
 Denmark (Qvist) 6
 France (Mercier) 7
Sheet B Final
 Scotland (Allison) 8
 Norway (Trulsen) 6
Sheet C Final
 Canada (Houston) 10
 Germany (Schöpp) 8
Sheet D Final
 United States (Lagasse) 6
  Switzerland (Lestander) 10
Sheet E Final
 Finland (Jokela) 4
 Sweden (Norberg) 13

Draw 2[edit]

Sheet A Final
 Scotland (Allison) 2
 United States (Lagasse) 5
Sheet B Final
 Finland (Jokela) 3
 Germany (Schöpp) 7
Sheet C Final
 Norway (Trulsen) 10
 Sweden (Norberg) 6
Sheet D Final
 Denmark (Qvist) 5
 Canada (Houston) 8
Sheet E Final
  Switzerland (Lestander) 8
 France (Mercier) 3

Draw 3[edit]

Sheet A Final
  Switzerland (Lestander) 5
 Germany (Schöpp) 10
Sheet B Final
 Sweden (Norberg) 6
 Canada (Houston) 9
Sheet C Final
 France (Mercier) 7
 United States (Lagasse) 6
Sheet D Final
 Norway (Trulsen) 13
 Finland (Jokela) 1
Sheet E Final
 Denmark (Qvist) 4
 Scotland (Allison) 9

Draw 4[edit]

Sheet A Final
 Canada (Houston) 5
 Norway (Trulsen) 6
Sheet B Final
 France (Mercier) 8
 Scotland (Allison) 5
Sheet C Final
 Denmark (Qvist) 5
  Switzerland (Lestander) 4
Sheet D Final
 Sweden (Norberg) 4
 Germany (Schöpp) 6
Sheet E Final
 United States (Lagasse) 9
 Finland (Jokela) 8

Draw 5[edit]

Sheet A Final
 Sweden (Norberg) 6
 Denmark (Qvist) 3
Sheet B Final
 Norway (Trulsen) 8
  Switzerland (Lestander) 4
Sheet C Final
 Scotland (Allison) 7
 Finland (Jokela) 6
Sheet D Final
 Canada (Houston) 9
 United States (Lagasse) 3
Sheet E Final
 France (Mercier) 10
 Germany (Schöpp) 8

Draw 6[edit]

Sheet A Final
 France (Mercier) 7
 Finland (Jokela) 5
Sheet B Final
 Germany (Schöpp) 6
 United States (Lagasse) 2
Sheet C Final
  Switzerland (Lestander) 5
 Canada (Houston) 4
Sheet D Final
 Scotland (Allison) 5
 Sweden (Norberg) 6
Sheet E Final
 Norway (Trulsen) 7
 Denmark (Qvist) 6

Draw 7[edit]

Sheet A Final
 Germany (Schöpp) 5
 Scotland (Allison) 0
Sheet B Final
 Canada (Houston) 7
 France (Mercier) 6
Sheet C Final
 United States (Lagasse) 4
 Norway (Trulsen) 0
Sheet D Final
 Finland (Jokela) 2
 Denmark (Qvist) 8
Sheet E Final
 Sweden (Norberg) 3
  Switzerland (Lestander) 4

Draw 8[edit]

Sheet A Final
 Finland (Jokela) 4
 Canada (Houston) 11
Sheet B Final
 United States (Lagasse) 5
 Denmark (Qvist) 9
Sheet C Final
 Sweden (Norberg) 7
 Scotland (Allison) 4
Sheet D Final
  Switzerland (Lestander) 5
 Scotland (Allison) 7
Sheet E Final
 Germany (Schöpp) 5
 Norway (Trulsen) 6

Draw 9[edit]

Sheet A Final
 United States (Lagasse) 4
 Sweden (Norberg) 6
Sheet B Final
  Switzerland (Lestander) 11
 Finland (Jokela) 2
Sheet C Final
 Germany (Schöpp) 6
 Denmark (Qvist) 7
Sheet D Final
 France (Mercier) 2
 Norway (Trulsen) 8
Sheet E Final
 Scotland (Allison) 4
 Canada (Houston) 10

Tie breaker[edit]

Sheet A Final
 France (Mercier) 4
 Germany (Schöpp) 6
Sheet B Final
 Sweden (Norberg) 6
  Switzerland (Lestander) 5

Playoffs[edit]

Semi-final Final
           
1  Norway 7
4  Sweden 5
1  Norway 5
2  Canada 8
2  Canada 8
3  Germany 5

Semifinals[edit]

Sheet B Final
 Norway (Trulsen) 7
 Sweden (Norberg) 5
Sheet B Final
 Canada (Houston) 8
 Germany (Schöpp) 5

Finals[edit]

Sheet B Final
 Norway (Trulsen) 5
 Canada (Houston) 8
1989 World Women's Curling Championship
Canada
Canada
6th title

References[edit]