Nina Roth

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Nina Roth
Nina Roth 2015 US Nationals.jpg
Nina Roth delivers a stone at the 2015_United_States_Women's_Curling_Championship
Born Nina Spatola
(1988-07-21) July 21, 1988 (age 29)
McFarland, Wisconsin
Curling club Madison CC,
Madison, WI
Skip Nina Roth
Third Tabitha Peterson
Second Aileen Geving
Lead Becca Hamilton
Alternate Cory Christensen
World Championship
2 (2010, 2017)

Nina Roth (born July 21, 1988 as Nina Spatola) is an American curler from McFarland, Wisconsin.[1] She will be the skip of the American women's team at the 2018 Winter Olympics.


Roth began curling in 1998 and six years later made her first United States Junior National Championships. She would compete in five more Junior Nationals winning the title in 2006 and 2008. As a member of the Junior Championship team she qualified for two World Junior Curling Championships. Skipping the teams both times she finished Tenth at the 2006 Jeonju, Korea Worlds and Seventh at the 2008 Östersund, Sweden Worlds.

Roth's senior career began in 2009 when she started competed as the Third for Erika Brown's team. They qualified for the 2009 US Nationals where they placed fourth.

Roth returned to the United States Nationals in March 2010 where Team Brown won the National Championship earning the right to compete as Team USA at the 2010 Swift Current World Championships.

At the start of the 2013–14 curling season, Roth joined Becca Hamilton's rink as their skip.

She married Tony Roth in 2014.[2]


2010 Swift Current World Championships

Erika Brown, Skip

Ann Swisshelm, Second

Laura Hallisey, Lead

Jessica Schultz, Alternate

2017 World Women's Curling Championship

Tabitha Peterson, Third

Aileen Geving, Second

Rebecca Hamilton, Lead

Cory Christensen, Alternate


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