European Mixed Curling Championship

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The European Mixed Curling Championships is a mixed curling tournament held annually in the autumn for European nations. The first tournament was held in 2005.

Results[edit]

The results are listed as follows:[1]

Year Host City/Country Final Third Place Match
Champion Score Second Place Third Place Score Fourth Place
2005 Canillo, Andorra
Finland
Markku Uusipaavalniemi
Kirsi Nykänen
Teemu Salo
Tiina Kautonen
6–4
Sweden
Niklas Edin
Stina Viktorsson
Sebastian Kraupp
Anna Viktorsson

Germany
Rainer Schöpp
Andrea Schöpp
Helmar Erlewein
Monika Wagner
7–3
Scotland
Derek Brown
Cathryn Guthrie
Greig Smith
Rhona Brown
2006 Claut, Italy
Scotland
Tom Brewster, Jr.
Jackie Lockhart
David Hay
Kim Brewster
8–4
Italy
Valter Bombassei
Chiara Olivieri
Davide Zandegiacomo
Sara Zandegiacomo
Marco Constantini
Elettra de Col

Russia
Alexander Kirikov
Daria Kozlova
Dmitri Abanin
Julia Svetova
Andrei Drosdov
5–2
Sweden
Per Noréen
Camilla Johansson
Flemming Patz
Susanne Patz
2007 Madrid, Spain
Wales
Adrian Meikle
Lesley Carol
Andrew Tanner
Blair Hughes
Chris Wells
6–5
Denmark

Joel Ostrowski
Camilla Jensen
Søren Jensen
Mona Sylvest Nielsen


Germany
Rainer Schöpp
Andrea Schöpp
Sebastian Jacoby
Marie-Therese Rotter
Helmar Erlewein
5–3
Austria
Andreas Unterberger
Claudia Toth
Florian Huber
Karina Toth
Constanze Hummelt
2008 Kitzbühel, Austria
Germany
Rainer Schöpp
Andrea Schöpp
Sebastian Jacoby
Melanie Robillard
Helmar Erlewein
Monika Wagner

5-3
Czech Republic
Jiří Snítil
Hana Synáčková
Martin Snítil
Karolína Pilařová
Kateřina Kobosilová

Sweden
Niklas Edin
Anna Hasselborg
Eric Carlsén
Sabrina Kraupp
Sune Frederiksen
6–4
Russia
Alexander Kirikov
Yana Nekrosova
Petr Dron
Galina Arsenkina
Victor Kornev
Anna Sidorova
2009 Prague, Czech Republic
Scotland
Tom Brewster
Lynn Cameron
Colin Campbell
Michelle Silvera
Kim Brewster
5–1
Denmark
Joel Ostrowski
Camilla Jensen
Sören Jensen
Mona Sylvest Nielsen

England
Alan MacDougall
Lana Watson
Andrew Reed
Suzi Law
5–3
Czech Republic

Jakub Bareš
Lenka Kitzbergerová
Jindřich Kitzberger
Michaela Nadherová
Jiři Snítil
Lenka Kucerová

2010 Howwood, Scotland
Scotland

David Edwards
Kerry Barr
Dillan Perras
Louise Wood

6–2
Switzerland

Claudio Pätz
Gioia Öchsle
Sven Michel
Alina Pätz


Germany

Rainer Schöpp
Andrea Schöpp
Floria Zahler
Imogen Oona Lehmann
Adolf Geiselhart

5–4
England
Alan MacDougall
Lana Watson
Andrew Reed
Suzie Law
John Sharp
2011 Tårnby, Denmark
Switzerland

Thomas Lips
Manuela Siegrist
Martin Rios
Manuela Netzer-Kormann
9–3
Germany
Alexander Baumann
Ann Kathrin Bastian
Manuel Walter
Katja Weisser
Sebastian Schweizer
Josephine Obermann

Czech Republic
Kryštof Chaloupek
Eliška Jalovcová
David Jirounek
Luisa Illková
Tomáš Paul
7–6
Denmark
Michael Qvist
Mona Sylvest Nielsen
Niels Siggaard Andersen
Trine Qvist
2012 Erzurum, Turkey[2]
Scotland

Ewan MacDonald
Eve Muirhead
Euan Byers
Karen Barthelemy
8–4
Sweden
Rickard Hallström
Elisabeth Norredahl
Fredrik Hallström
Catrin Bitén

Finland
Aku Kauste
Sanna Puustinen
Pauli Jäämies
Oona Kauste
10–3
Austria
Karina Toth
Sebastian Wunderer
Constanze Hummelt
Mathias Genner
2013 Edinburgh, Scotland
Germany

Andy Kapp
Petra Tschetsch
Holger Höhne
Pia-Lisa Schöll
5–4
Scotland
Ewan MacDonald
Kay Adams
Euan Byers
Karen Barthelemy

Hungary
György Nagy
Ildikó Szekeres
Zsolt Kiss
Ágnes Szentannai
6–3
Finland
Tomi Rantamäki
Anne Malmi
Pekka Peura
Tiina Suuripää
2014 Tårnby, Denmark[3]

All-time Medal Table[edit]

The all-time medal table is up-to-date as of the conclusion of the 2013 European Mixed Curling Championship.[1]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Scotland 4 1 0 5
2  Germany 2 1 3 6
3   Switzerland 1 1 0 2
4  Finland 1 0 1 2
5  Wales 1 0 0 1
6  Sweden 0 2 1 3
7  Denmark 0 2 0 2
8  Czech Republic 0 1 1 2
9  Italy 0 1 0 1
10  England 0 0 1 1
10  Hungary 0 0 1 1
10  Russia 0 0 1 1
Total 9 9 9 27

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "EMCC Winners". European Curling Federation. Retrieved 25 October 2012. 
  2. ^ "2012 EMCC Information". European Curling Federation. 12 October 2011. Retrieved 25 October 2012. 
  3. ^ "World Curling Federation announce hosts for 2014-15 events". World Curling Federation. 4 April 2014. Retrieved 4 April 2014. 

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