2012 Radisson Blu Oslo Cup

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2012 Radisson Blu Oslo Cup
Host city Oslo, Norway
Arena Snarøen Curling Club
Dates September 20–23
Men's winner Sweden Niklas Edin
Curling club Karlstad, Sweden
Skip Niklas Edin
Third Sebastian Kraupp
Second Fredrik Lindberg
Lead Viktor Kjäll
Finalist Finland Markku Uusipaavalniemi
Women's winner Canada Sherry Middaugh
Curling club Coldwater, Canada
Skip Sherry Middaugh
Third Jo-Ann Rizzo
Second Lee Merklinger
Lead Leigh Armstrong
Finalist Sweden Margaretha Sigfridsson

The 2012 Radisson Blu Oslo Cup was held from September 20 to 23 at the Snarøen Curling Club in Oslo, Norway as part of the 2012–13 World Curling Tour. The event was held in a round robin format, and the purses of the men's and women's events were 160,000 and 100,000 krona, respectively. Niklas Edin of Sweden won the men's event for the third consecutive year, and Canada's Sherry Middaugh won the women's event.

Men[edit]

Teams[edit]

The teams are listed as follows:[1]

Skip Third Second Lead Locale
Evgeny Arkhipov Sergei Glukhov Dmitry Mironov Arthu Ali Russia Moscow, Russia
Tom Brewster Greg Drummond Scott Andrews Michael Goodfellow Scotland Aberdeen, Scotland
Tony Angiboust (fourth) Thomas Dufour (skip) Lionel Roux Wilfrid Coulot France Chamonix, France
Niklas Edin Sebastian Kraupp Fredrik Lindberg Viktor Kjäll Sweden Karlstad, Sweden
Kristian Lindström (fourth) Oskar Eriksson (skip) Markus Eriksson Christoffer Sundgren Sweden Lit, Sweden
Ritvars Gulbis Ainārs Gulbis Normunds Šaršūns Aivars Avotinš Latvia Riga, Latvia
Grant Hardie Jay McWilliam Hammy McMillan, Jr. Billy Morton Scotland Dumfries, Scotland
Stefan Häsler Christian Bangerter Christian Roth Jörg Lüthy Switzerland Switzerland
Marcus Hasselborg Peder Folke Andreas Prytz Anton Sandström Sweden Sweden
Felix Schulze (fourth) John Jahr (skip) Peter Rickmers Sven Goldemann Germany Hamburg, Germany
Andy Lang Andy Kapp Daniel Herberg Andreas Kempf Germany Füssen, Germany
Aku Kauste Jani Sullanmaa Pauli Jäämies Janne Pirko Finland Hyvinkaa, Finland
Thomas Løvold Thomas Due Steffen Walstad Sander Rølvåg Norway Oslo, Norway
Steffen Mellemseter Markus Høiberg Håvard Mellem Magnus Nedregotten Norway Oslo, Norway
Eirik Mjøen Markus Skogvold Sebastian Mellemseter Martin Sesaker Norway Norway
Glen Muirhead David Reid Steven Mitchell Kerr Drummond Scotland Scotland
Fabio Sola Julien Genre Simone Sola Graziano Iacovetti Italy Italy
Jean-Francois Royer David Vallires Raphael Gendron Jean-Oliver Hay Canada Montreal, Canada
Kyle Smith Thomas Muirhead Kyle Waddell Cammy Smith Scotland Scotland
Rasmus Stjerne Johnny Frederiksen Mikkel Poulsen Troels Harry Denmark Hvidovre, Denmark
Torkil Svensgaard Kenneth Jørgensen Martin Uhd Grønbech Daniel Abrahamsen Denmark Hvidovre, Denmark
Alexey Tselousov Alexey Stukalsky Andrey Drozdov Artur Razhabov Russia Moscow, Russia
Thomas Ulsrud Torger Nergård Christoffer Svae Håvard Vad Petersson Norway Oslo, Norway
Markku Uusipaavalniemi Toni Anttila Kasper Hakunti Joni Ikonen Finland Helsinki, Finland
Rasmus Wranå Jordan Wåhlin Daniel Lövstrand Axel Sjöberg Sweden Sweden

Round Robin Standings[edit]

Key
Teams to Playoffs
Teams to Qualifiers
Teams to Tiebreakers
Pool A W L
Denmark Torkil Svensgaard 4 0
France Thomas Dufour 2 2
Scotland Kyle Smith 2 2
Germany John Jahr 1 3
Norway Eirik Mjøen 1 3
Pool B W L
Sweden Oskar Eriksson 3 1
Germany Andy Lang 3 1
Finland Aku Kauste 2 2
Scotland Tom Brewster 1 3
Switzerland Stefan Hasler 1 3
Pool C W L
Denmark Rasmus Stjerne 3 1
Latvia Ritvars Gulbis 2 2
Scotland Glen Muirhead 2 2
Norway Steffen Mellemseter 2 2
Sweden Rasmus Wranå 1 3
Pool D W L
Norway Thomas Ulsrud 4 0
Finland Markku Uusipaavalniemi 2 2
Sweden Marcus Hasselborg 2 2
Italy Fabio Sola 1 3
Russia Alexey Tselousov 1 3
Pool E W L
Sweden Niklas Edin 4 0
Scotland Grant Hardie 3 1
Norway Thomas Løvold 2 2
Canada Jean-Francois Royer 1 3
Russia Evgeny Arkhipov 0 4

Tiebreakers[edit]

Team Final
Latvia Ritvars Gulbis 4
Scotland Glen Muirhead Hammer (Last Stone First End) 2
Team Final
Latvia Ritvars Gulbis Hammer (Last Stone First End) 3
Norway Steffen Mellemseter 4

Playoffs[edit]

Qualifiers Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
      
          Sweden Niklas Edin 8  
 Norway Steffen Mellemseter 1      France Thomas Dufour 3  
 France Thomas Dufour 6        Sweden Niklas Edin 6  
            Norway Thomas Ulsrud 4  
          Denmark Rasmus Stjerne 3  
          Norway Thomas Ulsrud 4  
            Sweden Niklas Edin 8
            Finland Markku Uusipaavalniemi 1
          Finland Markku Uusipaavalniemi 5  
 Germany Andy Lang 4      Sweden Oskar Eriksson 4  
 Finland Markku Uusipaavalniemi 6        Finland Markku Uusipaavalniemi 7  
            Scotland Grant Hardie 5  
          Scotland Grant Hardie 5       
          Denmark Torkil Svensgaard 4       
      

Women[edit]

Teams[edit]

The teams are listed as follows:[1]

Skip Third Second Lead Locale
Mary-Anne Arsenault Colleen Jones Kim Kelly Jennifer Baxter Canada Halifax, Canada
Kristine Davanger Malin Frondell Løchen Julie Molnar Ingvild Skaga Norway Oslo, Norway
Madeleine Dupont Denise Dupont Christine Svendsen Lina Knudsen Denmark Hvidovre, Denmark
Binia Feltscher-Beeli Marlene Albrecht Fraenzi Kaufmann Christine Urech Switzerland Flims, Switzerland
Satsuki Fujisawa Miyo Ichikawa Emi Shimizu Miyuki Satoh Japan Karuizawa, Japan
Linn Githmark Henriette Løvar Ingrid Stensrud Kristin Skaslien Norway Oslo, Norway
Anna Hasselborg Karin Rudström Agnes Knochenhauer Zandra Flyg Sweden Sweden
Michèle Jäggi Marisa Winkelhausen Stéphanie Jäggi Melanie Barbezat Switzerland Bern, Switzerland
Angelina Jensen Camilla Jensen Ane Hansen Ivana Bratic Denmark Hvidovre, Denmark
Ditte Kalsson Mikaela Törnkvist Frida Lideberg Kristin Svensson Sweden Sweden
Linda Klímová Lenka Černovská Kamila Mošová Katerina Urbanová Czech Republic Czech Republic
Jonna McManus Sara McManus Anna Huhta Sofia Mabergs Sweden Sweden
Sherry Middaugh Jo-Ann Rizzo Lee Merklinger Leigh Armstrong Canada Coldwater, Canada
Eve Muirhead Anna Sloan Vicki Adams Claire Hamilton Scotland Stirling, Scotland
Anette Norberg Cecilia Östlund Sabina Kraupp Sara Carlsson Sweden Härnösand, Sweden
Mirjam Ott Carmen Schäfer Carmen Küng Janine Greiner Switzerland Davos, Switzerland
Sanna Puustinen Heidi Hossi Eszter Juhász Oona Kauste Finland Finland
Marianne Rørvik Anneline Skårsmoen Kjersti Husby Camila Holth Norway Norway
Manuela Siegrist Alina Pätz Claudia Hug Nicole Dunki Switzerland Basel, Switzerland
Maria Prytz (fourth) Christina Bertrup Maria Wennerström Margaretha Sigfridsson (skip) Sweden Umeå, Sweden
Heather Smith-Dacey Stephanie McVicar Blisse Comstock Teri Lake Canada Halifax, Canada
Ildikó Szekeres Alexandra Béres Boglárka Ádám Blanka Pathy-Dencsö Hungary Budapest, Hungary
Silvana Tirinzoni Irene Schori Esther Neuenschwander Sandra Gantenbein Switzerland Aarau, Switzerland
Ellen Vogt Riikka Louhivuori Tiina Suuripaa Maija Salmiovirta Finland Finland
Olga Zharkova Julia Portunova Alisa Tregub Julia Guzieva Russia Kaliningrad, Russia

Round Robin Standings[edit]

Key
Teams to Playoffs
Teams to Qualifiers
Teams to Tiebreakers
Pool A W L
Sweden Anette Norberg 4 0
Switzerland Binia Feltscher-Beeli 2 2
Norway Marianne Rørvik 2 2
Canada Mary-Anne Arsenault 1 3
Czech Republic Linda Klímová 1 3
Pool B W L
Russia Olga Zharkova 4 0
Switzerland Mirjam Ott 3 1
Sweden Anna Hasselborg 2 2
Denmark Angelina Jensen 1 3
Hungary Ildikó Szekeres 0 4
Pool C W L
Canada Sherry Middaugh 3 1
Sweden Jonna McManus 3 1
Switzerland Michèle Jäggi 2 2
Norway Linn Githmark 1 3
Finland Ellen Vogt 1 3
Pool D W L
Switzerland Silvana Tirinzoni 4 0
Japan Satsuki Fujisawa 2 2
Finland Sanna Puustinen 2 2
Scotland Eve Muirhead 2 2
Sweden Ditte Karlsson 0 4
Pool E W L
Sweden Margaretha Sigfridsson 4 0
Denmark Madeleine Dupont 3 1
Switzerland Manuela Siegrist 2 2
Norway Kristine Davanger 1 3
Canada Heather Smith-Dacey 0 4

Tiebreakers[edit]

Team Final
Finland Sanna Puustinen 1
Japan Satsuki Fujisawa Hammer (Last Stone First End) 8
Team Final
Scotland Eve Muirhead Hammer (Last Stone First End) 4
Japan Satsuki Fujisawa 5

Playoffs[edit]

Qualifiers Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
      
          Switzerland Silvana Tirinzoni 7  
 Switzerland Mirjam Ott 6      Switzerland Mirjam Ott 3  
 Denmark Madeleine Dupont 1        Switzerland Silvana Tirinzoni 3  
            Sweden Margaretha Sigfridsson 7  
          Sweden Margaretha Sigfridsson 6  
          Sweden Anette Norberg 4  
            Sweden Margaretha Sigfridsson 3
            Canada Sherry Middaugh 5
          Russia Olga Zharkova 11  
 Sweden Jonna McManus 6      Sweden Jonna McManus 3  
 Japan Satsuki Fujisawa 5        Russia Olga Zharkova 4  
            Canada Sherry Middaugh 7  
          Canada Sherry Middaugh 7       
          Switzerland Binia Feltscher-Beeli 6       
      

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "2012 Radisson Blu Oslo Cup – Teams". Retrieved 29 June 2012. 

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