2006 European Curling Championships

The 2006 European Curling Championships were held December 9–16, 2006 at the St. Jakobshalle in Basel, Switzerland.

Men Division AEdit

TeamsEdit

  Denmark   Finland   France
Skip: Johnny Frederiksen

Third: Lars Vilandt
Second: Bo Jensen
Lead: Kenneth Hertsdahl
Alternate: Ivan Frederiksen

Skip: Markku Uusipaavalniemi

Third: Kalle Kiiskinen
Second: Jani Sullanmaa
Lead: Teemu Salo
Alternate: Jari Rouvinen

Skip: Thomas Dufour

Third: Tony Angiboust
Second: Jan Ducroz
Lead: Richard Ducroz
Alternate: Raphael Mathieu

  Germany   Ireland   Norway
Skip: Sebastian Stock

Third: Daniel Herberg
Second: Markus Messenzehl
Lead: Patrick Hoffman
Alternate: Bernhard Mayr

Skip: Robin Gray

Third: John Kenny
Second: Neil Fyfe
Lead: Peter Wilson
Alternate: Tony Tierney

Skip: Thomas Ulsrud

Third: Torger Nergaard
Second: Thomas Due
Lead: Jan Thoresen
Alternate: Petter Moe

  Scotland   Sweden    Switzerland
Skip: David Murdoch

Third: Ewan MacDonald
Second: Peter Smith
Lead: Euan Byers
Alternate: David Hay

Skip: Per Carlsen

Third: Mickael Norberg
Second: Rickard Hallström
Lead: Fredrik Hallström
Alternate: Nils Carlsen

Skip: Andy Schwaller

Third: Ralph Stöckli
Second: Thomas Lips
Lead: Damian Grichting
Alternate: Raphael Brütsch

  Wales
Skip: Adrian Meikle

Third: Jamie Meikle
Second: Stuart Hills
Lead: Andrew Tanner
Alternate: Colin Morrison

StandingsEdit

A tournamentEdit

Final round robin standingsEdit

Country Skip W L
  Scotland David Murdoch 7 2
   Switzerland Andy Schwaller 7 2
  Germany Sebastian Stock 6 3
  Sweden Per Carlsen 5 4
  Norway Thomas Ulsrud 5 4
  Finland Markku Uusipaavalniemi 5 4
  Denmark Johnny Frederiksen 3 6
  Ireland Robin Gray 3 6
  France Thomas Dufour 3 6
  Wales Adrian Meikle 1 8

Session 1Edit

December 9, 2006

Switzerland   8–6   France
Finland   5–6   Germany
Denmark   4–5   Ireland
Wales   7–9   Scotland
Norway   5–6   Sweden

Session 2Edit

December 9, 2006

Denmark   9–7   France
Scotland   10–3   Germany
Sweden   8–6   Ireland
Wales   3–8   Switzerland
Norway   8–7   Finland

Session 3Edit

December 10, 2006

Scotland   6–4   Sweden
France   9–7   Wales
Germany   3–4   Norway
Ireland   5–8   Switzerland
Denmark   2–8   Finland

Session 4Edit

December 11, 2006

Wales   7–8   Ireland
France   5–10   Germany
Scotland   5–4   Norway
Denmark   1–4   Switzerland
Sweden   5–7   Finland

Session 5Edit

December 11, 2006

Germany   10–7   Ireland
Sweden   5–6   Switzerland
Scotland   11–5   France
Denmark   2–8   Norway
Wales   8–9   Finland

Session 6Edit

December 12, 2006

Wales   2–7   Sweden
Denmark   4–7   Germany
France   4–9   Norway
Scotland   8–3   Switzerland
Ireland   6–9   Finland

Session 7Edit

December 12, 2006

Wales   6–4   Germany
France   2–8   Sweden
Scotland   7–9   Denmark
Finland   4–7   Switzerland
Norway   4–6   Ireland

Session 8Edit

December 13, 2006

Wales   5–7   Norway
France   6–2   Finland
Scotland   7–1   Ireland
Denmark   5–7   Sweden
Switzerland   3–7   Germany

Session 9Edit

December 14, 2006

Wales   5–7   Denmark
France   8–2   Ireland
Scotland   3–9   Finland
Norway   2–6   Switzerland
Sweden   4–5   Germany

Tie-breakersEdit

December 14, 2006

Finland   5–6   Norway
Ireland   4–5   France
Denmark   5–6   France
Sweden   7–6   Norway

Play-offEdit

December 15, 2006

Sweden   6–2   Germany
Switzerland   9–5   Scotland

Semi finalEdit

December 15, 2006

Sweden   2–5   Scotland

FinalEdit

December 16, 2006

Switzerland   7–6   Scotland

Men Division BEdit

Teams Group 1Edit

  Austria   Belgium   Bulgaria
Skip: Harald Fendt

Third: Andreas Schlögel
Second: Peter Mondl
Lead: Markus Schlögel
Alternate: Hubert Hierner

Skip: Pieter-Jan Witzig

Third: Marc Suter
Second: Thomas Suter
Lead: Samie Witzig
Alternate: Dirk Heylen

Skip: Lubomir Velinov

Third: Tihomir Todorov
Second: Stoil Georgiev
Lead: Svetlin Rangelov
Alternate: Ilian Kirilov

  Croatia   Czech Republic   Italy
Skip: Alen Cadez

Third: Dalibor Golec
Second: Drazen Gutic
Lead: Ognjen Golubic
Alternate: Davor Palcec

Skip: Jiri Snitil

Third: Martin Snitil
Second: Jindrich Kitzberger
Lead: Marek Vydra
Alternate: Marek David

Skip: Stefano Ferronato

Third: Alessandro Zisa
Second: Marco Mariani
Lead: Adriano Lorenzi
Alternate: Giorgio da Rin

  Latvia   Lithuania   Slovakia
Skip: Kārlis Smilga

Third: Artis Zentelis
Second: Roberts Krusts
Lead: Jānis Laizāns
Alternate: Jānis Klīve

Skip: Arunas Skrolis

Third: Paulius Kamarauskas
Second: Irtmantas Jakutis
Lead: Martynas Norkus
Alternate: Vygantas Zalieckas

Skip: Frantisek Pitonak

Third: Milan Kajan
Second: Boris Kutka
Lead: Rene Petko
Alternate: Karel Pospichal

  Spain
Skip: Luis Domingo Vicent

Third: Hector Manero Vicente
Second: Jesus Manero Casas
Lead: Javier Fernandez Dominguez
Alternate: Juan Pablo Percides Pla

StandingsEdit

Country G W L
  Italy 9 9 0
  Czech Republic 9 8 1
  Belgium 9 7 2
  Latvia 9 6 3
  Slovakia 9 5 4
  Bulgaria 9 4 5
  Austria 9 3 6
  Croatia 9 2 7
  Spain 9 1 8
  Lithuania 9 0 9

Teams Group 2Edit

  Belarus   England   Estonia
Skip: Yauhen Puchkou

Third: Ihar Mishaniou
Second: Yauheni Mamadaliyeu
Lead: Barys Rutman
Alternate: Dmitry Kirillov

Skip: Michael Opel

Third: Jamie Malton
Second: Andrew Woolston
Lead: Kenneth Malton
Alternate: John Brown

Skip: Leo Jakobson

Third: Andres Jakobson
Second: Sven Petermann
Lead: Juri Rouk
Alternate: none

  Greece   Hungary   Kazakhstan
Skip: Athanasios Pantios

Third: Nikolaos Zacharias
Second: Dimitrios Kolonas
Lead: Nicholas Sarris
Alternate: Efstratios Kokkinellis

Skip: Gyoergy Nagy

Third: Balazs Nemeth
Second: Zoltan Jakab
Lead: Krisztian Barna
Alternate: Zsombor Rokusfalvy

Skip: Viktor Kim

Third: Vladislav Kogay
Second: Zhanibek Ukubayev
Lead: Bashir Chimirov
Alternate: Arman Kassenov

  Netherlands   Poland   Russia
Skip: Steven van der Cammen

Third: Reg Wiebe
Second: Mark Neeleman
Lead: Christiaan Offringa
Alternate: Greg Dunn

Skip: Damian Herman

Third: Piotr Podgórski
Second: Krzysztof Beck
Lead: Tomasz Sapiński
Alternate: Maciej Cesarz

Skip: Alexander Kirikov

Third: Petr Dron
Second: Dmitriy Abanin
Lead: Aleksey Kamnev
Alternate: Vadim Shkolnikov

  Serbia
Skip: Marko Stojanovic

Third: Darko Sovran
Second: Bojan Mijatovic
Lead: Vuk Krajacic
Alternate: none

StandingsEdit

Country G W L
  Russia 9 9 0
  England 9 7 2
  Netherlands 9 7 2
  Hungary 9 7 2
  Poland 9 5 4
  Greece 9 3 6
  Belarus 9 3 6
  Serbia 9 2 7
  Estonia 9 2 7
  Kazakhstan 9 0 9

Tie-breakersEdit

December 13–14, 2006

Hungary   8–5   Netherlands
Hungary   12–6   England

Play-offEdit

December 14, 2006

Italy   6–4   Russia
Hungary   3–8   Czech Republic

Semi finalEdit

December 15, 2006

Russia   7–12   Czech Republic

FinalEdit

December 15, 2006

Italy   6–9   Czech Republic

World Cup ChallengeEdit

December 16, 2006

Denmark   2–1   Czech Republic

Women Division AEdit

TeamsEdit

  Czech Republic   Denmark   Germany
Skip: Hana Synackova

Third: Lenka Danielisova
Second: Lenka Kucerova
Lead: Karolina Pilarova
Alternate: Michala Souhradová

Fourth: Madeleine Dupont

Third: Camilla Jensen
Second: Denise Dupont
Skip: Angelina Jensen
Alternate: Charlotte Hedegaard

Skip: Andrea Schöpp

Third: Monika Wagner
Second: Anna Hartelt
Lead: Marie-Therese Rotter
Alternate: Martina Tichatschke

  Italy   Netherlands   Norway
Skip: Diana Gaspari

Third: Giulia Lacedelli
Second: Giorgia Apollonio
Lead: Violetta Caldart
Alternate: Elettra de Col

Skip: Shari Leibbrandt

Third: Margrietha Voskuilen
Second: Idske de Jong
Lead: Marlijn Muller
Alternate: Ester Romijn

Skip: Dordi Nordby

Third: Marianne Rørvik
Second: Charlotte Hovring
Lead: Camilla Holth
Alternate: Kristin Skaslien

  Russia   Scotland   Sweden
Skip: Ludmila Privivkova

Third: Olga Jarkova
Second: Nkeirouka Ezekh
Lead: Ekaterina Galkina
Alternate: Margarita Fomina

Skip: Rhona Martin

Third: Debbie Knox
Second: Claire Milne
Lead: Lynn Cameron
Alternate: Jacqui Byers

Skip: Camilla Johansson

Third: Katarina Nyberg
Second: Mio Hasselborg
Lead: Elisabeth Persson
Alternate: Linda Ohlson

   Switzerland
Skip: Mirjam Ott

Third: Binia Feltscher-Beeli
Second: Valeria Spälty
Lead: Janine Greiner
Alternate: Manuela Kormann

StandingsEdit

Country G W L
  Russia 9 9 0
  Italy 9 6 3
   Switzerland 9 6 3
  Scotland 9 5 4
  Germany 9 5 4
  Sweden 9 5 4
  Denmark 9 4 5
  Czech Republic 9 3 6
  Norway 9 2 7
  Netherlands 9 0 9

ResultsEdit

Session 1Edit

December 9, 2006

Scotland   5–2   Czech Republic
Denmark   3–7   Sweden
Norway   9–3   Netherlands
Russia   12–6   Switzerland
Germany   8–5   Italy

Session 2Edit

December 9, 2006

Germany   0–9   Denmark
Netherlands   6–9   Italy
Scotland   2–7   Russia
Norway   6–4   Czech Republic
Sweden   8–6   Switzerland

Session 3Edit

December 10, 2006

Switzerland   4–7   Italy
Czech Republic   5–9   Russia
Sweden   4–8   Germany
Netherlands   2–6   Scotland
Norway   2–9   Denmark

Session 4Edit

December 10, 2006

Czech Republic   9–8   Sweden
Norway   5–7   Scotland
Denmark   6–7   Italy
Switzerland   7–6   Germany
Russia   14–3   Netherlands

Session 5Edit

December 11, 2006

Norway   2–10   Germany
Sweden   7–2   Netherlands
Czech Republic   2–9   Switzerland
Denmark   6–10   Russia
Italy   2–6   Scotland

Session 6Edit

December 11, 2006

Italy   4–6   Russia
Scotland   4–5   Switzerland
Netherlands   7–9   Denmark
Sweden   7–5   Norway
Czech Republic   5–10   Germany

Session 7Edit

December 12, 2006

Denmark   8–4   Scotland
Italy   6–5   Czech Republic
Russia   7–3   Sweden
Germany   9–3   Netherlands
Switzerland   6–5   Norway

Session 8Edit

December 13, 2006

Netherlands   5–6   Switzerland
Russia   9–6   Germany
Italy   9–5   Norway
Czech Republic   8–7   Denmark
Scotland   2–5   Sweden

Session 9Edit

December 13, 2006

Russia   7–5   Norway
Switzerland   7–3   Denmark
Germany   3–6   Scotland
Italy   9–2   Sweden
Netherlands   4–11   Czech Republic

Tie-breakersEdit

December 14, 2006

Scotland   7–6   Sweden
Scotland   4–3   Germany

Play-offEdit

December 15, 2006

Russia   5–7   Italy
Switzerland   8–3   Scotland

Semi finalEdit

December 15, 2006

Switzerland   5–7   Russia

FinalEdit

December 16, 2006

Russia   9–4   Italy

Women Division BEdit

TeamsEdit

  Austria   Croatia   England
Skip: Claudia Toth

Third: Karina Toth
Second: Constanze Hummelt
Lead: Alexandra Bruckmiller
Alternate: none

Skip: Katarina Radonic

Third: Nikolina Petric
Second: Zrinka Muhek
Lead: Marta Muzdalo
Alternate: Slavica Roso

Skip: Joan Reed

Third: Lorna Rettig
Second: Claire Grimwood
Lead: Kirsty Balfour
Alternate: Sarah McVey

  Estonia   Finland   France
Skip: Maile Moelder

Third: Marge Vaher
Second: Anne-Liis Leht
Lead: Margit Peebo
Alternate: none

Skip: Anne Malmi

Third: Mimmi Koivula
Second: Sari Auvinen
Lead: Katri Maatta
Alternate: Tuire Autio

Skip: Sandrine Morand

Third: Karine Baechelen
Second: Delphine Charlet
Lead: Brigitte Mathieu
Alternate: Alexandra Seimbille

  Hungary   Latvia   Lithuania
Skip: Ildikó Szekeres

Third: Alexandra Béres
Second: Gyoengyi Nagy
Lead: Boglarka Adam
Alternate: none

Skip: Evita Regza

Third: Dace Regza
Second: Anete Regza
Lead: Solvita Gulbe
Alternate: none

Skip: Virginija Paulauskaitė

Third: Evelina Alekseijenko
Second: Ruta Norkiene
Lead: Rasa Smaliukiene
Alternate: none

  Poland   Slovakia   Spain
Skip: Marta Szeliga-Frynia

Third: Katarzyna Wicik
Second: Agnieszka Ogrodniczek
Lead: Marianna Das
Alternate: Justyna Zalewska

Skip: Barbora Bugarova

Third: Gabriela Kajanova
Second: Veronika Kvasnovska
Lead: Zuzana Axamitova
Alternate: none

Skip: Ellen Kittelsen

Third: Ana Arce
Second: Leti Hino Josa
Lead: Merce Pascual
Alternate: Martina Zurlohe

Standings Group 1Edit

Country G W L
  England 5 4 1
  France 5 4 1
  Austria 5 4 1
  Spain 5 2 3
  Estonia 5 1 4
  Lithuania 5 0 5

Standings Group 2Edit

Country G W L
  Finland 5 5 0
  Hungary 5 4 1
  Poland 5 3 2
  Latvia 5 2 3
  Slovakia 5 1 4
  Croatia 5 0 5

Tie-breakersEdit

December 13, 2006

Austria   7–6   France

Play-offEdit

December 14, 2006

England   4–7   Finland
Hungary   8–9   Austria

Semi finalEdit

December 15, 2006

Austria   8–6   England

FinalEdit

December 15, 2006

Austria   7–3   Finland

ReferencesEdit

  • "Le Gruyère European Curling Championships 2006 - Men's". World Curling Federation. Retrieved 2017-03-23.
  • "Le Gruyère European Curling Championships 2006 - Women's". World Curling Federation. Retrieved 2017-03-23.