Arctic Curling Cup 2018 announcement

Teams Arctic Curling Cup 2018

Group A
A1 - Russia 1
Anastasia Bryzgalova
Alexey Timofeev
A2 - Canada
Joanne Courtney
Reid Carruthers
A3 - Sweden
Malin Wendel
Fabian Wingfors
A4 - Scotland
Gina Aitken
Dunkan Menzies
A5 - Czech Republic
Zuzana Hajkova
Tomas Paul
Group B
В1 - Russia 2
Maria Komarova
Daniil Goryachev
В2 - Canada/Sweden
Rachel Homan
Niklas Edin
В3 - Switzerland
Jenny Perret
Matthias Perret
В4 - Krasnoyarsk
Anna Venevtseva
Vasiliy Groshev
В5 - Finland
Juhasz Eszter
Markku Uusipaavalniemi

Schedule Arctic Curling Cup 2018

24 May - OFFICIAL TRAINING
10:30 - 11:00
A4 Scotland
A5 Czech Republic
11:00 - 11:30
A3 Sweden
A2 Canada
11:30 - 12:00
Ice Maintenance
12:00 - 12:30
B4 Krasnoyarsk
B5 Finland
12:30 - 13:00
B3 Switzerland
B2 Canada/Sweden
13:00 - 13:30
A1 Russia 1
B1 Russia 2
24 May - GAME
15:00 - SHEET А
A4 Scotland
A3 Sweden
15:00 - SHEET B
A5 Czech Republic
A2 Canada
17:30 - SHEET А
B4 Krasnoyarsk
B3 Switzerland
17:30 - SHEET B
B5 Finland
B2 Canada/Sweden
25 May - GAME
09:00 - SHEET А
A3 Sweden
A5 Czech Republic
09:00 - SHEET B
A1 Russia 1
A4 Scotland
12:00 - SHEET А
B3 Switzerland
B5 Finland
12:00 - SHEET B
B1 Russia 2
B4 Krasnoyarsk
16:30 - SHEET А
A2 Canada
A4 Scotland
16:30 - SHEET B
A3 Sweden
A1 Russia 1
19:30 - SHEET А
B2 Canada/Sweden
B4 Krasnoyarsk
19:30 - SHEET B
B3 Switzerland
B1 Russia 2
26 May - GAME
09:00 - SHEET А
A5 Czech Republic
A1 Russia 1
09:00 - SHEET B
A2 Canada
A3 Sweden
12:00 - SHEET А
B5 Finland
B1 Russia 2
12:00 - SHEET B
B2 Canada/Sweden
B3 Switzerland
14:30
OPENING CEREMONY
16:00 - SHEET А
A1 Russia 1
A2 Canada
16:00 - SHEET B
A4 Scotland
A5 Czech Republic
19:00 - SHEET А
B1 Russia 2
B2 Canada/Sweden
19:00 - SHEET B
B4 Krasnoyarsk
B5 Finland
27 May - GAME
09:00 – SEMIFINAL 1 (SHEET А)
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09:00 – SEMIFINAL 2 (SHEET B)
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14:00 - FINAL (SHEET А)
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14:00 - BRONZE MEDAL GAME (SHEET B)
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16:00
AWARDING CEREMONY

Location

Dudinka is the administrative centre of Taymyrsky Dolgano-Nenetsky district, the northernmost district of Krasnoyarsk Krai, the second biggest subject of Russian Federation. Having a population of only 20000, Dudinka is relatively close to Norilsk, the second biggest city behind the Arctic Circle. Dudinka is situated on the bank of the Yenisei river, and is surrounded by the hundreds of kilometres of untouched Siberian nature.

This part of the Arctic, green in the summer and snow covered in the winter, is both harsh and beautiful. the unconquered lands welcome explorers and tourists alike, as new infrastructure is being build all the time. In 2014, Taymyr Ice Arena was built, signifying a large step in development of the area. In 2016 a kids curling school was opened in Dudinka, sponsored by the local industries.

Read more about Taymyr region

Teams at arctic curling cup 2018

Arctic Curling Cup 2018 will take place at Ice arena “Taymyr” from 24 to 27 May 2018. This tournament is a part of World Curling Tour. 10 double mixed teams will participate in the tournament.

Canada: Joanne Courtney and Reid Carruthers. Team: 2017 World Mixed Doubles Championship – silver. Reid – 2011 world champion (men’s teams), Joanne – 2017 world champion (women’s teams).

Canada/Sweden: Rachel Homan and Niklas Edin. Rachel – 2017 world champion (women’s teams), Niklas – 2014 and 2018 Olympic medalist (men’s teams), multiple world and European champion (men’s teams).

Russia: Anastasia Bryzgalova and Alexey Timofeev. Anastasia – 2016 world champion (mixed doubles and mixed teams). Alexey – 2014 Russian champion (men’s teams and mixed doubles).

Russia: Maria Komarova and Daniil Goriachev. Team: 2018 World Mixed Doubles Championship – silver medal. Daniil – 2016 world champion (mixed teams).

Russia (Krasnoyarsk Krai): Anna Venevtseva and Vassily Groshev. Anna is participant of Arctic Curling Cup 2018.

Finland: Eszter Juhasz and Markku Uusipaavalniemi. Eszter – Finnish champion (women’s teams and mixed doubles). Markku – 2006 silver Olympic medalist (men’s teams), world championships medalist (men’s teams), European champion (men’s teams and mixed teams).

Czech Republic: Zuzana Hajkova and Tomas Paul. Team: 2013 World Mixed Doubles Championship – bronze.

Sweden: Malin Wendel and Fabian Wingfors. Young Swedish players, Swedish national team members, Swedish Superleague champions.

Switzerland: Jenny Perret and Matthias Perret. Jenny – 2018 Olympic silver medalist (mixed doubles), 2017 World Champion (mixed doubles).

Scotland: Gina Aitken and Duncan Menzies. Gina – 2016 World Mixed Doubles Championship semi-finalist, multiple Scottish champion (mixed doubles).

We’re waiting for the guests and participants of the tournament!