2000 European Curling Championships

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2000 European Curling Championships
Host city Oberstdorf, Germany
Arena Eislaufzentrum
Dates December 9-16, 2000
Men's winner  Finland
Skip Markku Uusipaavalniemi
Third Wille Mäkelä
Second Tommi Häti
Lead Jari Laukkanen
Alternate Pekka Saarelainen
Finalist  Denmark
Women's winner  Sweden
Curling club Umeå CK
Skip Elisabet Gustafson
Third Katarina Nyberg
Second Louise Marmont
Lead Elisabeth Persson
Alternate Christina Bertrup
Coach Jan Strandlund, Stefan Hasselborg
Finalist  Norway

The 2000 European Curling Championships were held in Oberstdorf, Germany December 9-16.

Men's[edit]

A tournament[edit]

Final round robin standings[edit]

Team Skip W L
 Finland Markku Uusipaavalniemi 9 0
 Denmark Ulrik Schmidt 7 2
  Switzerland Andreas Schwaller 7 2
 Sweden Peja Lindholm 6 3
 Norway Thomas Ulsrud 4 5
 Germany Andy Kapp 4 5
 France Dominique Dupont-Roc 3 6
 Scotland David Mundell 3 6
 Netherlands Christian Dupont-Roc 1 8
 Luxembourg Heribert Krämer 1 8

Playoffs[edit]

  Semi-final     Final
                 
  1   Finland 8  
  4   Sweden 7    
      1   Finland 8
      2   Denmark 7
  3    Switzerland 5    
  2   Denmark 6   Bronze medal
 
4   Sweden 10
  3    Switzerland 7

Medals[edit]

Medal Team
Gold Finland Finland (Markku Uusipaavalniemi, Wille Mäkelä, Tommi Häti, Jari Laukkanen, and Pekka Saarelainen)
Silver Denmark Denmark (Ulrik Schmidt, Lasse Lavrsen, Brian Hansen, Carsten Svensgaard, and Frants Gufler)
Bronze Sweden Sweden (Peja Lindholm, Tomas Nordin, Magnus Swartling, Peter Narup, and Anders Kraupp)

Women's[edit]

A tournament[edit]

Final round robin standings[edit]

Team Skip W L
 Sweden Elisabet Gustafson 7 0
  Switzerland Nadja Heuer 5 2
 Norway Dordi Nordby 5 2
 Germany Andrea Schöpp 4 3
 Scotland Gillian Howard 3 4
 Denmark Lene Bidstrup 3 4
 Russia Olga Jarkova 1 6
 France Sandrine Morand 0 7

Playoffs[edit]

  Semi-final     Final
                 
  1   Sweden 4  
  4   Germany 2    
      1   Sweden 9
      3   Norway 4
  3   Norway 6    
  2    Switzerland 5   Bronze medal
 
4   Germany 6
  2    Switzerland 7

Medals[edit]

Medal Team
Gold Sweden Sweden (Elisabet Gustafson, Katarina Nyberg, Louise Marmont, Elisabeth Persson, and Christina Bertrup)
Silver Norway Norway (Dordi Nordby, Hanne Woods, Kristin Tøsse Løvseth, Cecilie Torhaug, and Camilla Holth)
Bronze Switzerland Switzerland (Nadja Heuer, Carmen Küng, Sybil Bachofen, Vera Heuer, and Yvonne Schlunegger)

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