Dorottya Palancsa

Dorottya Palancsa (Hungarian: Palancsa Dorottya; born 18 May 1995 in Budapest) is a Hungarian female curler.

Dorottya Palancsa
The Hungarian Curlers Dorottya Palancsa and Zsolt Kiss.jpg
Born (1995-05-18) 18 May 1995 (age 27)
Team
Curling clubUTE,[1][2] Budapest
Mixed doubles
partner
Zsolt Kiss
Career
Member Association Hungary
World Mixed Doubles Championship
appearances
7 (2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2019, 2021)
European Championship
appearances
6 (2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019)

On the international level she is two-time World mixed doubles curling champion (2013, 2015).

On the national level she is seven-time Hungarian women's curling champion (2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020), one-time Hungarian mixed curling champion (2016), eight-time Hungarian mixed doubles curling champion (2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2018, 2020 and 2021), three-time Hungarian junior women's curling champion (2010, 2011 and 2014), seven-time Hungarian Women's Curler of the Year (2012, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019).[3]

Teams and eventsEdit

Women'sEdit

Season Skip Third Second Lead Alternate Coach Events
2009–10 Vivien Úti Dorottya Palancsa Henrietta Miklai Vera Kalocsai HJWCC 2010  
2010–11 Dorottya Palancsa Henrietta Miklai Vivien Úti HJWCC 2011  
2011–12 Zsanett Gunzinam (fourth) Dorottya Palancsa (skip) Vera Kalocsai Henrietta Miklai Tímea Nagy Orsolya Rokusfalvy EJCC 2012 (6th)
2012–13 Dorottya Palancsa Henrietta Miklai Ágnes Szentannai Tímea Nagy Vera Kalocsai Orsolya Rokusfalvy EJCC 2013  
2013–14 Dorottya Palancsa Ágnes Szentannai Zsanett Gunzinam Henrietta Miklai Vera Kalocsai Orsolya Rokusfalvy EJCC 2014  
Dorottya Palancsa Henrietta Miklai Vera Kalocsai Nikolett Sándor HJWCC 2014  
2014–15 Dorottya Palancsa Henrietta Miklai Vera Kalocsai Nikolett Sándor Tímea Nagy Zoltan Palancsa ECC 2014 (12th)
Dorottya Palancsa Ágnes Szentannai Vera Kalocsai Nikolett Sándor Orsolya Rokusfalvy EJCC 2015  
2015–16 Dorottya Palancsa Henrietta Miklai Vera Kalocsai Bernadett Biro Zoltan Palancsa WJCC 2016 (4th)
Dorottya Palancsa Henrietta Miklai Vera Kalocsai Nikolett Sándor Tímea Nagy Zoltan Palancsa ECC 2015 (10th)
2016–17 Dorottya Palancsa Henrietta Miklai Vera Kalocsai Nikolett Sándor Bernadett Biro Zoltan Palancsa ECC 2016 (11th)
2017–18 Dorottya Palancsa Henrietta Miklai Nikolett Sándor Vera Kalocsai Dorottya Micheller Zoltan Palancsa ECC 2017 (10th)
2018–19 Dorottya Palancsa Henrietta Miklai Nikolett Sándor Orsolya Rokusfalvy Dorottya Micheller Zoltan Palancsa ECC 2018 (15th)
2019 WQE  
2019–20 Dorottya Palancsa Henrietta Miklai Nikolett Sándor Dorottya Micheller Villoe Hamvas Zoltan Palancsa ECC 2019 (13th)

MixedEdit

Season Skip Third Second Lead Coach Events
2015–16 Ágnes Szentannai Dorottya Palancsa Kristóf Czermann Zsolt Kiss HMxCC 2016  
2016–17 Zsolt Kiss Dorottya Palancsa Kristof Czermann Ágnes Szentannai WMxCC 2016 (9th)
2018–19 Dorottya Palancsa (fourth) Zoltan Palancsa (skip) Henrietta Miklai János Miklai Peter Palancsa WMxCC 2018 (24th)

Mixed doublesEdit

Season Male Female Coach Events
2012–13 Zsolt Kiss Dorottya Palancsa Zoltan Palancsa WMDCC 2013  
2013–14 Zsolt Kiss Dorottya Palancsa Zoltan Palancsa WMDCC 2014 (4th)
2014–15 Zsolt Kiss Dorottya Palancsa Zoltan Palancsa WMDCC 2015  
2015–16 Zsolt Kiss Dorottya Palancsa Zoltan Palancsa WMDCC 2016 (13th)
2016–17 Zsolt Kiss Dorottya Palancsa Zoltan Palancsa WMDCC 2017 (13th)
2018–19 Zsolt Kiss Dorottya Palancsa Zoltan Palancsa WMDCC 2019 (9th)
2019–20 Zsolt Kiss Dorottya Palancsa
2020–21 Zsolt Kiss Dorottya Palancsa David Thomas Wills WMDCC 2021 (15th)

Personal lifeEdit

She is from family of curlers: her father Zoltan is a curler and coach, her brother Peter is a curler and coach too.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Curling - Újpesti Torna Egylet hivatalos oldala" (in Hungarian). Retrieved November 9, 2018.
  2. ^ "UTEcurling" (in Hungarian). Retrieved November 9, 2018.
  3. ^ Magyar Curling Szövetség » Magyar bajnokok listája(in Hungarian) (various Hungary curling champions: women teams, men teams, mixed teams, woman player of the year, man player of the year, mixed doubles teams, junior women, junior men, junior mixed doubles)

External linksEdit