Anton Batugin

Anton Andrianovich Batugin (Russian: Анто́н Андриа́нович Бату́гин, born (1980-11-30)November 30, 1980 in Kemerovo) is a Russian curler and curling coach.[1]

Anton Batugin
 
Born (1980-11-30) November 30, 1980 (age 40)
Career
Member Association Russia
Medal record

As a coach of Russian wheelchair curling team he participated in 2014 and 2018 Winter Paralympics. In 2018 the Russian National team won the tournament in Kisakallio.[2]

As a curler at the international level he played for Belarus on 2005 and 2009 European championships.

In 2020 the Russian National team beat Canada for the gold medal at the World Wheelchair Curling Championship.[3]

TeamsEdit

Season Skip Third Second Lead Alternate Events
2005–06 Oleksii Voloshenko Yuri Kochubey Ihar Mishaniov Anton Batugin ECC 2005 (27th)
2009–10 Ihar Platonov Anton Batugin Yury Pauliuchyk Andrey Aulasenka Yuri Karanevich ECC 2009 (30th)

Record as a coach of national teamsEdit

Year Tournament, event National team Place
2012 2012 World Wheelchair Curling Championship   Russia (wheelchair)
 
2013 2013 World Wheelchair Curling Championship   Russia (wheelchair)
5
2014 2014 Winter Paralympics   Russia (wheelchair)
 
2015 2015 World Wheelchair Curling Championship   Russia (wheelchair)
 
2016 2016 World Wheelchair Curling Championship   Russia (wheelchair)
 
2017 2017 World Wheelchair Curling Championship   Russia (wheelchair)
 
2017 2017 World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship   Belarus (mixed doubles)
22
2018 2018 Winter Paralympics   Russia (wheelchair)
5
2018 2018 World Mixed Curling Championship   Belarus (mixed)
14
2019 2019 World Wheelchair Curling Championship   Russia (wheelchair)
7
2019 2019 World Senior Curling Championships   Hong Kong (senior men)
19
2020 2020 World Wheelchair Curling Championship   Russia (wheelchair)
 

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Anton Batugin on the World Curling Federation database  
  2. ^ "RUSSIAN NATIONAL TEAM OF WHEELCHAIR CURLING BECAME THE WINNER OF THE COMFORTABLE PART OF THE TOURNAMENT «KISAKALLIO OPEN 2018»". paralymp.ru. Retrieved 2020-12-10.
  3. ^ "Russia win World Wheelchair Curling Championship 2020 title". World Curling Federation. 2020-03-07. Retrieved 2020-12-10.

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