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European teams qualify for Capital One WWCC 2011

The final teams have qualified for the Capital One World Women's Curling Championships after the final rounds of the European Curling Championships in Champery, Switzerland. Sponsored by Samara James

 

Korea and China qualify for Capital One WWCC 2011

Korea and China have qualified for the Capital One World Women's Curling Championships 2011 with their Gold and Silver performances at the Pacific Curling Championships in Korea.

 

WWCC 2010 Results

Germany wins the 2010 Ford World Women's Curling Championship. View all of the results.

 
Tickets now on sale for the event
Tickets are now on sale for the Capital One World Women's Curling Championship 2011. For more information, ticket options, prices and bookings, please visit one of the pages below. English: Ticket... more
Women's Worlds hosts study Champéry European event
Europe’s top curlers have just met in Champéry, Switzerland to compete for medals at the European Curling Championships. In March 2011, the world’s top female curlers will gather i... more
Volunteer
You have the opportunity to participate as a volunteer at the Capital One World Women's Curling Championship 2011. If you want to help, you can choose between many different tasks. There is a need... more
WWCC 2010 Germany 8-6 over Scotland
Germany beat Scotland by 8-6 in the extra end to become gold medal winners of the Ford World Women’s Curling Championship 2010 in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada. German skip Andrea Schoep... more

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Qualified Teams WWCC2011
Team Country
1 Denmark
2 Canada
3 China
4 Czech Republic
5 Germany
6 Korea
7 Norway
8 Russia
9 Scotland
10 Sweden
11 Switzerland
12 USA


2010 Results
Pos Team Wins Losses
1 Germany 10 3
2 Scotland 10 4
3 Canada 11 3
4 Sweden 8 6
5 USA 7 5
6 Denmark 6 5
7 China 6 5
8 Russia 5 6
9 Norway 3 8
10 Switzerland 3 8
11 Japan 2 9
12 Latvia 1 10