1997 European Curling Championships

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1997 European Curling Championships
Host cityFüssen, Germany
ArenaBundesleistungszentrum
DatesDecember 6–13
Men's winner Germany
Curling clubCC Füssen, Füssen
SkipAndy Kapp
ThirdUli Kapp
SecondOliver Axnick
LeadHolger Höhne
AlternateMichael Schäffer
CoachKeith Wendorf
Finalist Denmark
Women's winner Sweden
Curling clubUmeå CK, Umeå
SkipElisabet Gustafson
ThirdKatarina Nyberg
SecondLouise Marmont
LeadElisabeth Persson
AlternateMargaretha Lindahl
CoachJan Strandlund
Finalist Denmark

The 1997 European Curling Championships were held from December 6 to 13 at the Bundesleistungszentrum in Füssen, Germany.

Men's[edit]

A Tournament[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Skip W L
 Scotland Douglas Dryburgh 4 1
 Denmark Ulrik Schmidt 4 1
 Germany Andy Kapp 4 1
 England Martyn Deakin 2 3
 Netherlands Floris van Imhoff 1 4
 Austria Alois Kreidl 0 5

Group B[edit]

Team Skip W L
 Sweden Peja Lindholm 4 1
 Finland Markku Uusipaavalniemi 4 1
  Switzerland Patrick Hürlimann 3 2
 Norway Thomas Ulsrud 2 3
 Luxembourg Hanjörg Bless 2 3
 Italy Claudio Pescia 0 5

B Tournament[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Skip W L
 Wales Adrian Meikle 4 0
 France Jan Henri Ducroz 3 1
 Russia Alexey Tselousov 2 2
 Czech Republic David Sik 1 3
 Bulgaria Bojidar Momerin 0 4

Playoffs[edit]

Quarterfinal Semi-final Final
         
 Scotland 9
 Norway 5
 Scotland 2
 Germany 4
 Germany 6
 Finland 5
 Germany 10
 Denmark 5
 Sweden 6
 Wales 5
 Sweden 7
 Denmark 8
 Denmark 7
  Switzerland 5
Bronze medal
   
 Scotland 6
 Sweden 5


Women's[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Skip W L
  Switzerland Graziella Grichting 5 0
 Scotland Kirsty Hay 4 1
 Norway Dordi Nordby 3 2
 Luxembourg Karen Wauters 2 3
 Italy Giulia Lacedelli 1 4
 France Audé Bénier 0 5

Group B[edit]

Team Skip W L
 Germany Andrea Schöpp 3 1
 Denmark Helena Blach Lavrsen 3 1
 Sweden Elisabet Gustafson 2 2
 Finland Jaana Jokela 2 2
 Czech Republic Lenka Sáfránková 0 4

B Tournament[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Skip W L
 England Joan Reed 3 1
 Netherlands Beatrice Miltenburg 2 2
 Russia Ekaterina Lissitskaia 1 3

Playoffs[edit]

Quarterfinal Semi-final Final
         
 Sweden 9
 Scotland 3
 Sweden 5
 Germany 4
 Germany 8
 England 2
 Sweden 6
 Denmark 4
 Finland 9
  Switzerland 7
 Finland 6
 Denmark 7
 Denmark 12
 Norway 4
Bronze medal
   
 Germany 9
 Finland 5

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