European Curling Championships

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European Curling Championships
Established 1975
2014 host city Champéry, Switzerland
2014 arena Palladium de Champéry
2013 men's champion   Switzerland
2013 women's champion  Sweden
Current edition
2014 European Curling Championships

The European Curling Championships are annual curling tournaments held in Europe between various European nations and hosted by the European Curling Federation.[1] The European Curling Championships are usually held in early to mid December. The tournament also acts as a qualifier for the World Championships, where the top eight nations qualify.

In November 1974, a six-nations tournament was held in Zürich, Switzerland which included Switzerland, Sweden, Germany, France, Italy, and Norway. In March 1975, it was decided that the championships would be competed in December. At the semi-annual general meeting in Gävle, Sweden in April 2004, a new competition called the European Mixed Curling Championships was formed.

Champions[edit]

Year Men Women Host
Winning country Winning team Winning country Winning team
1975  Norway Knut Bjaanaes, Sven Kroken, Helmer Strømbo, Kjell Ulrichsen  Scotland Betty Law, Jessie Whiteford, Beth Lindsay, Isobel Ross Megève, France
1976   Switzerland Peter Attinger, Jr., Bernhard Attinger, Mattias Neuenschwander, Rüdi Attinger  Sweden Elisabeth Branäs, Elisabeth Högström, Eva Rosenhed, Anne-Marie Ericsson West Berlin, West Germany
1977  Sweden Ragnar Kamp, Björn Rudström, Håkan Rudström, Christer Mårtensson  Sweden Elisabeth Branäs, Eva Rosenhed, Britt-Marie Ericson, Anne-Marie Ericsson Oslo, Norway
1978   Switzerland Jürg Tanner, Jürg Hornisberger, Franz Tanner, Patrik Lörtscher  Sweden Inga Arfwidsson, Barbro Arfwidsson, Ingrid Appelquist, Gunvor Björhäll Aviemore, Scotland
1979  Scotland Jimmy Waddell, Willie Frame, Jim Forrest, George Bryan   Switzerland Gaby Casanova, Betty Bourquin, Linda Thommen, Rosi Manger Varese, Italy
1980  Scotland Barton Henderson, Greig Henderson, Bill Henderson, Alistair Sinclair  Sweden Elisabeth Högström, Carina Olsson, Birgitta Sewik, Karin Sjögren Copenhagen, Denmark
1981   Switzerland Jürg Tanner, Jürg Hornisberger, Patrik Lörtscher, Franz Tanner   Switzerland Susan Schlapbach, Irene Bürgi, Ursula Schlapbach, Katrin Peterhans Grindelwald, Switzerland
1982  Scotland Mike Hay, David Hay, David Smith, Russell Keiller  Sweden Elisabeth Högström, Katarina Hultling, Birgitta Sewik, Karin Sjögren Kirkcaldy, Scotland
1983   Switzerland Amédéé Biner, Walter Bielser, Alex Aufdenblatten, Alfred Paci  Sweden Elisabeth Högström, Katarina Hultling, Birgitta Sewik, Karin Sjögren Västerås, Sweden
1984   Switzerland Peter Attinger, Jr., Bernhard Attinger, Werner Attinger, Kurt Attinger  West Germany Almut Hege, Josefine Einsle, Suzanne Koch, Petra Tschetsch Morzine, France
1985  West Germany Rodger Gustaf Schmidt, Wolfgang Burba, Johnny Jahr, Hans-Joachim Burba   Switzerland Jaqueline Landolt, Christine Krieg, Marianne Uhlmann, Silvia Benoit Grindelwald, Switzerland
1986   Switzerland Felix Luchsinger, Thomas Grendelmeier, Daniel Steiff, Fritz Luchsinger  West Germany Andrea Schöpp, Almut Hege, Monika Wagner, Elinore Schöpp Copenhagen, Denmark
1987  Sweden Thomas Norgren, Jan Strandlund, Lars Strandqvist, Lars Engblom, Olle Håkansson  West Germany Andrea Schöpp, Almut Hege, Monika Wagner, Suzanne Fink Oberstdorf, West Germany
1988  Scotland David Smith, Mike Hay, Peter Smith, David Hay  Sweden Elisabeth Högström, Anette Norberg, Monika Jansson, Marie Henriksson Perth, Scotland
1989  Scotland Hammy McMillan, Norman Brown, Hugh Aitken, Jim Cannon  West Germany Andrea Schöpp, Monika Wagner, Christina Haller, Heike Wieländer Engelberg, Switzerland
1990  Sweden Mikael Hasselborg, Hans Nordin, Lars Vågberg, Stefan Hasselborg  Norway Dordi Nordby, Hanne Pettersen, Mette Halvorsen, Anne Jøtun Lillehammer, Norway
1991  Germany Roland Jentsch, Uli Sutor, Charlie Kapp, Alexander Huchel, Uli Kapp  Germany Andrea Schöpp, Stephanie Mayer, Monika Wagner, Sabine Huth Chamonix, France
1992  Germany Andy Kapp, Uli Kapp, Michael Schäffer, Oliver Axnick, Holger Höhne  Sweden Elisabet Johansson, Katarina Nyberg, Louise Marmont, Elisabeth Persson Perth, Scotland
1993  Norway Eigil Ramsfjell, Sjur Loen, Dagfinn Loen, Niclas Järund, Espen de Lange  Sweden Elisabet Johansson, Katarina Nyberg, Louise Marmont, Elisabeth Persson, Eva Eriksson Leukerbad, Switzerland
1994  Scotland Hammy McMillan, Norman Brown, Mike Hay, Roger McIntyre, Gordon Muirhead  Denmark Helena Blach Lavrsen, Dorthe Holm, Margit Pörtner, Helene Jensen, Lisa Richardson Sundsvall, Sweden
1995  Scotland Hammy McMillan, Norman Brown, Mike Hay, Roger McIntyre, Brian Binnie  Germany Andrea Schöpp, Monika Wagner, Natalie Neßler, Carina Meidele, Heike Wieländer Grindelwald, Switzerland
1996  Scotland Hammy McMillan, Norman Brown, Mike Hay, Brian Binnie, Peter Loudon   Switzerland Mirjam Ott, Marianne Flotron, Franziska von Känel, Caroline Balz, Annina von Planta Copenhagen, Denmark
1997  Germany Andy Kapp, Uli Kapp, Oliver Axnick, Holger Höhne, Michael Schäffer  Sweden Elisabet Gustafson, Katarina Nyberg, Louise Marmont, Elisabeth Persson, Margaretha Lindahl Füssen, Germany
1998  Sweden Peja Lindholm, Tomas Nordin, Magnus Swartling, Peter Narup, Joakim Carlsson  Germany Andrea Schöpp, Natalie Neßler, Heike Wieländer, Jane Boake-Cope, Andrea Stock Flims, Switzerland
1999  Scotland Hammy McMillan, Warwick Smith, Ewan MacDonald, Peter Loudon, James Dryburgh  Norway Dordi Nordby, Hanne Woods, Marianne Aspelin, Cecilie Torhaug Chamonix, France
2000  Finland Markku Uusipaavalniemi, Wille Mäkelä, Tommi Häti, Jari Laukkanen, Pekka Saarelainen  Sweden Elisabet Gustafson, Katarina Nyberg, Louise Marmont, Elisabeth Persson, Christina Bertrup Oberstdorf, Germany
2001  Sweden Peja Lindholm, Tomas Nordin, Magnus Swartling, Peter Narup, Anders Kraupp  Sweden Anette Norberg, Cathrine Norberg, Eva Lund, Maria Hasselborg, Anna Rindeskog Vierumäki, Finland
2002  Germany Sebastian Stock, Daniel Herberg, Stephan Knoll, Markus Messenzehl, Patrick Hoffman  Sweden Anette Norberg, Cathrine Norberg, Eva Lund, Helena Lingham, Maria Hasselborg Grindelwald, Switzerland
2003  Scotland David Murdoch, Craig Wilson, Neil Murdoch, Euan Byers, Ronald Brewster  Sweden Anette Norberg, Eva Lund, Cathrine Norberg, Anna Bergström, Maria Prytz Courmayeur, Italy
2004  Germany Sebastian Stock, Daniel Herberg, Stephan Knoll, Markus Messenzehl, Patrick Hoffman  Sweden Anette Norberg, Eva Lund, Cathrine Norberg, Anna Bergström, Ulrika Bergman Sofia, Bulgaria
2005  Norway Pål Trulsen, Lars Vågberg, Flemming Davanger, Bent Ånund Ramsfjell, Torger Nergård  Sweden Anette Norberg, Eva Lund, Cathrine Lindahl, Anna Bergström, Ulrika Bergman Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany
2006   Switzerland Andi Schwaller, Ralph Stöckli, Thomas Lips, Damian Grichting  Russia Ludmila Privivkova, Olga Jarkova, Nkeirouka Ezekh, Ekaterina Galkina Basel, Switzerland
2007  Scotland David Murdoch, Graeme Connal, Peter Smith, Euan Byers, David Hay  Sweden Anette Norberg, Eva Lund, Cathrine Lindahl, Anna Svärd, Maria Prytz Füssen, Germany
2008  Scotland David Murdoch, Ewan MacDonald, Peter Smith, Euan Byers, Graeme Connal   Switzerland Mirjam Ott, Carmen Schäfer, Valeria Spälty, Janine Greiner, Carmen Küng Örnsköldsvik, Sweden
2009  Sweden Niklas Edin, Sebastian Kraupp, Fredrik Lindberg, Viktor Kjäll, Oskar Eriksson  Germany Andrea Schöpp, Monika Wagner, Melanie Robillard, Stella Heiss, Corinna Scholz Aberdeen, Scotland
2010  Norway Thomas Ulsrud, Torger Nergård, Christoffer Svae, Håvard Vad Petersson, Markus Høiberg  Sweden Stina Viktorsson, Christina Bertrup, Maria Wennerström, Margaretha Sigfridsson, Agnes Knochenhauer Champéry, Switzerland
2011  Norway Thomas Ulsrud, Torger Nergård, Christoffer Svae, Håvard Vad Petersson, Thomas Løvold  Scotland Eve Muirhead, Anna Sloan, Vicki Adams, Claire Hamilton, Kay Adams Moscow, Russia
2012  Sweden Niklas Edin, Sebastian Kraupp, Fredrik Lindberg, Viktor Kjäll, Oskar Eriksson  Russia Anna Sidorova, Liudmila Privivkova, Margarita Fomina, Ekaterina Galkina, Nkeiruka Ezekh Karlstad, Sweden
2013   Switzerland Sven Michel, Claudio Pätz, Sandro Trolliet, Simon Gempeler, Benoît Schwarz  Sweden Margaretha Sigfridsson, Maria Prytz, Christina Bertrup, Maria Wennerström, Agnes Knochenhauer Stavanger, Norway
2014 Champéry, Switzerland

All time medals[edit]

As of the conclusion of the 2013 European Curling Championships.

Men[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Scotland 12 6 7 25
2   Switzerland 8 4 8 20
3  Sweden 7 13 5 25
4  Germany 6 1 3 10
5  Norway 5 10 10 25
6  Finland 1 0 2 3
7  Denmark 0 5 5 10
8  Italy 0 0 1 1
9  Czech Republic 0 0 1 1

Women[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Sweden 19 9 4 32
2  Germany 8 1 4 13
3   Switzerland 5 9 12 26
4  Scotland 2 10 5 17
5  Norway 2 4 7 13
6  Russia 2 0 1 3
7  Denmark 1 3 8 12
8  Italy 0 2 0 2
9  France 0 1 0 1
10  England 0 0 1 1

References[edit]

  1. ^ "European Curling Championships". European Curling Federation. Retrieved March 17, 2008.