2018 World Wheelchair-B Curling Championship

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2018 World Wheelchair-B Curling Championship
2018 World Wheelchair-B Curling Championship
Host cityLohja, Finland
ArenaKisakallio Sports Institute
DatesNovember 9–15, 2018
Winner Estonia
SkipViljar Villiste
FourthAndrei Koitmae
SecondAin Villau
LeadSigne Falkenberg
AlternateMait Matas
CoachErkki Lill
Finalist Slovakia (Ďuriš)
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The 2018 World Wheelchair-B Curling Championship, was held from November 9 to 15, 2018 at the Kisakallio Sports Institute in Lohja, Finland. The qualification event is open to any World Curling Federation member nation not already qualified for the 2019 World Wheelchair Curling Championship. The event's three medalists, Estonia, Slovakia, and Latvia, join the host and the top eight finishers from the last World Wheelchair Curling Championship at this season's event in Stirling, Scotland.[1]

Round robin standings[edit]

[2]

Key
Teams to Playoffs
Group A Skip W L
 Slovakia Radoslav Ďuriš 6 0
 Czech Republic Radek Musilek 4 2
 Estonia Viljar Villiste 4 2
 Italy Paolo Ioriatti 3 3
 England Rosemary Lenton 2 4
 Slovenia Ziga Bajde 2 4
 Turkey Kenan Coskun 0 6
Group B Skip W L
 Latvia Polina Rozkova 5 1
 Sweden Viljo Peterson-Dahl 5 1
 Finland Yrjo Jaaskelainen 4 2
 Lithuania Andrej Daskevic 3 3
 Denmark Kenneth Oerbaek 2 4
 Poland Maciej Karas 1 5
 Japan Hiroshi Wachi 1 5

Playoffs[edit]

[2]

  Qualification Games     Semi-finals     Finals
                           
        B1  Latvia 3  
  B2  Sweden 6     A3  Estonia 4    
  A3  Estonia 9         A3  Estonia 7
      A1  Slovakia 3
        A1  Slovakia 9    
  A2  Czech Republic 3     B3  Finland 5  
  B3  Finland 10  
Bronze Medal Game
   
B1  Latvia 6
B3  Finland 5

References[edit]

  1. ^ "International wheelchair curling set to return in Lohja, Finland". World Curling Federation. November 5, 2018. Retrieved November 10, 2018.
  2. ^ a b "Competition Summary" (PDF). World Curling Federation. Retrieved January 13, 2019.

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