Björn Schröder (curler)

Björn Schröder (born 9 August 1968) is a German and Swiss curler and curling coach.

Björn Schröder
 
Born (1968-08-09) 9 August 1968 (age 54)
Team
Curling clubBiel-Touring CC, Biel
Career
Member Association Switzerland
 Germany
World Championship
appearances
3 (1991, 1992, 1994)
European Championship
appearances
1 (1993)
Other appearancesWorld Junior Championships: 1 (1990)

He is a 1992 World Men's champion, 1994 World Men's bronze medallist and a three-time Swiss men's champion (1991, 1992, 1994).

TeamsEdit

Men'sEdit

Season Skip Third Second Lead Alternate Coach Events
1989–90 Björn Schröder Mathias Zobel Markus Herberg Felix Ogger Harold Waldvogel WJCC 1990 (5th)
1990–91 Markus Eggler Frédéric Jean Stefan Hofer Björn Schröder SMCC 1991  
WCC 1991 (5th)
1991–92 Markus Eggler Frédéric Jean Stefan Hofer Björn Schröder SMCC 1992  
WCC 1992  
1993–94 Markus Eggler Dominic Andres Björn Schröder Stefan Hofer Andreas Schwaller ECC 1993  
Markus Eggler Frédéric Jean (SMCC)
Dominic Andres (WCC)
Stefan Hofer Björn Schröder Martin Zürrer (WCC) SMCC 1994  
WCC 1994  
1994–95 Hansjörg Lips Stefan Luder Peter Lips Rico Simen Björn Schröder Michael Müller ECC 1994  
Markus Eggler Dominic Andres Stefan Hofe] Björn Schröder
1996–97 Daniel Herberg Björn Schröder Stephan Knoll Patrick Hoffman Markus Messenzehl Keith Wendorf ECC 1996 (4th)

MixedEdit

Season Skip Third Second Lead Events
2015 Björn Schröder (fourth) Nicole Strausak Christian Durtschi (skip) Karin Durtschi SMxCC 2015 (4th)

Record as a coach of national teamsEdit

Year Tournament, event National team Place
2002 2002 European Curling Championships   Germany (women)
7
2010 2010 European Curling Championships   Netherlands (men)
10
2011 2011 European Curling Championships   France (men)
8
2012 2012 World Men's Curling Championship   France (men)
10
2012 2012 European Curling Championships   France (men)
8
2018 2018 European Curling Championships   Austria (men)
18
2019 2019 European Curling Championships (group C)   Austria (women)
21 (total)
  (group C)
2019 2019 World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship   Austria (mixed doubles)
23

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Curling Schweizermeisterschaft - www.ccflims.ch - 3. bis 20. Februar 2016, Flims(in German) (at last page list of all Swiss curling champion teams: men's 1943–2015 and women's 1964–2015; before 2003 team line-ups shown in reverse order: alternate (if exists), lead, second, third, skip)
  2. ^ Swiss Curling Association Champions (up to 2011) (web archive)

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