Russian Men's Curling Cup

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Russia has had a national men's curling championship since 1992. The event was once held in the Spring, but since 2010 has been held in November.

Year Skip Locale Finish at Worlds
1992-1993 Igor Minin Fors-Mazhor, St. Petersburg Did Not Qualify
1993-1994 Alehander Kolesnikov Obuhovetc, St. Petersburg Did Not Qualify
1994-1995 Igor Minin Obuhovetc, St. Petersburg Did Not Qualify
1995-1996 Alehander Kolesnikov SKA, St. Petersburg Did Not Qualify
1996-1997 Igor Minin Godiva, St. Petersburg Did Not Qualify
1997-1998 Alehander Kolesnikov SKA, St. Petersburg Did Not Qualify
1998-1999 Konstantin Zdvornov Lesgaftovec, St. Petersburg Did Not Qualify
1999-2000 Alexey Tselousov SKA, St. Petersburg Did Not Qualify
2000-2001 Alexey Tselousov SKA, St. Petersburg Did Not Qualify
2001-2002 V. Pechersky SKA, St. Petersburg Did Not Qualify
2002-2003 Alexey Tselousov SKA, St. Petersburg Did Not Qualify
2003-2004 Igor Minin ROSIN-GAFK im. P.F. Lesgafta, St. Peterburg Did Not Qualify
2003-2005 Alexander Kirikov Moskva, Moscow Did Not Qualify
2005-2006 Alexander Kirikov ESVSM-Moskivich, Moscow Did Not Qualify
2006-2007 Anton Bobrov Lesgaftovec, St. Petersburg Did Not Qualify
2007-2008 Alexander Kirikov ESVSM-Moskivich, Moscow Did Not Qualify
2008-2009 Andrey Drozdov Moskvich, Moscow [1] Did Not Qualify
2010 Jason Gunnlaugson "Team of Moscow", Moscow [2] Did Not Qualify
2011 Artem Shmakov Unost'-Metar, Chelyabinsk [3] Did Not Qualify
2012 Alexey Tselousov SKA, St. Petersburg Did Not Qualify
2013 Andrey Drozdov Moskvich, Moscow 10th (3-8)
2014 Alexey Tselousov SKA, St. Petersburg In Progress

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