World Mixed Curling Championship

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World Mixed Curling Championship
Established2015
2018 host cityKelowna, Canada
2018 arenaKelowna Curling Club
champion Canada
Current edition
2019 World Mixed Curling Championship

The World Mixed Curling Championship is the world championship for mixed curling. It is held annually in the autumn, and replaced the European Mixed Curling Championship.[1]

Results[edit]

The results are listed as follows:

Year Host City/Country Final Third Place Match
Champion Score Second Place Third Place Score Fourth Place
2015 Bern, Switzerland
Norway
Steffen Walstad
Julie Molnar
Sander Rølvåg
Pia Trulsen
5–3
Sweden
Rasmus Wranå
Zandra Flyg
Joakim Flyg
Johanna Heldin

China
Ji Yansong
Zheng Chunmei
Guo Wenli
Gao Xuesong
5–4
Russia
Alexey Tselousov
Uliana Vasileva
Evgeny Klimov
Ekaterina Kuzmina
2016 Kazan, Russia[2]
Russia
Alexander Krushelnitskiy
Anastasia Bryzgalova
Daniil Goriachev
Maria Duyunova
5–4
Sweden
Kristian Lindström
Jennie Wahlin
Joakim Flyg
Johanna Heldin

Scotland
Cameron Bryce
Katie Murray
Bobby Lammie
Sophie Jackson
8–4
South Korea
Lee Ki-bok
Yeo Eun-byeol
Seong Yu-jin
Ahn Jeong-yeon
2017 Champéry, Switzerland
Scotland
Grant Hardie
Rhiann Macleod
Billy Morton
Barbara McFarlane
8–5
Canada
Trevor Bonot
Jacqueline McCormick
Kory Carr
Megan Carr

Czech Republic
Jaroslav Vedral
Andrea Krupanska
Lukas Klipa
Denisa Postova
7–6
Norway
Wilhelm Naess
Ingvild Skaga (skip)
Martin Sesaker
Eirin Mesloe
2018 Kelowna, Canada[3]
Canada
Michael Anderson
Danielle Inglis
Sean Harrison
Lauren Harrison
6–2
Spain
Sergio Vez
Oihane Otaegi
Mikel Unanue
Leire Otaegi

Russia
Alexander Eremin
Maria Komarova
Daniil Goriachev
Anastasia Moskaleva
8–7
Norway
Wilhelm Naess
Ingvild Skaga (skip)
Martin Sesaker
Eirin Mesloe

All-time Medal Table[edit]

The all-time medal table is up-to-date as of the conclusion of the 2018 World Mixed Curling Championship.

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Canada (CAN)1102
2 Russia (RUS)1012
 Scotland (SCO)1012
4 Norway (NOR)1001
5 Sweden (SWE)0202
6 Spain (ESP)0101
7 China (CHN)0011
 Czech Republic (CZE)0011
Totals (8 nations)44412

References[edit]

  1. ^ "WCF Annual General Assembly 2014 – 7 September". World Curling Federation. 7 September 2014. Retrieved 7 September 2014.
  2. ^ "Russia to host second World Mixed Curling Championship". World Curling Federation. 29 October 2015. Retrieved 29 October 2015.
  3. ^ http://www.worldcurling.org/wmxcc-2018-venue

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