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Druhá liga mužov

Ďalšími zápasmi cez víkend pokračuje Druhá liga mužov. O postup do prvej ligy bude hrať 5 tímov - Icebreakers, Trenčianska Teplá, Lipová, Pluskari a Curlingová akadémia.
Vstup na Zimný štadión V. Dzurillu v Bratislave je zadarmo. Všetci fanúšikovia sú vítaní.

Sobota 16. decembra 

9.00 Icebreakers - Curlingová akadémia
 

Nedeľa 17. decembra

15.30              Trenčianska Teplá - Lipová
19.00  Trenčianska Teplá - Curlingová akadémia     Lipová - Icebreakers

Súpisky
Trenčianska Teplá: Bubeník, Madový, Pružinec, Horňák
Pluskári: Tančibok, Mravec, Odráška, Marko, Sabo, Martin
Curlingová akadémia: Pečenka, Kolman, Rafaj, Haronik, Fi. Pitoňák, Vidlár
Captains Lipová: Kuťka, Dan. Kajan, Dav. Kajan, M. Kajan
Icebreakers: Ježík, Liška, Németh, Šiplák

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Korea and Japan join World Women's Curling Championship field

Korea and Japan join World Women's Curling Championship field

Based on both Korea and Japan's performances at the Pacific-Asia Curling Championship 2018 in Gangneung, Republic of Korea (3-10 November) they have qualified for the World Women's Curling Championship 2019. The world's, to be held in Silkeborg, Denmark from 16 to 24 March will feature 13 women's teams in total.
European teams lock in spots at World Women's Curling Championship 2019

European teams lock in spots at World Women's Curling Championship 2019

The journey to the World Women's Curling Championship 2019 is complete for six women's teams who competed at the Le GruyEre AOP European Curling Championships 2018 in Tallinn, Estonia this week (16-24 November).
Sweden and Scotland to compete for the Le GruyEre AOP European’s gold medals

Sweden and Scotland to compete for the Le GruyEre AOP European’s gold medals

Defending champions Sweden will play Scotland in Saturday's (24 November) men's gold medal final at the Le GruyEre AOP European Curling Championships 2018 in Tallinn, Estonia, following their semi-final wins. Sweden beat Germany by 6-3 while it took Scotland all the way to an extra end to get past Italy, by 9-6, in their semi-final.
Germany clinch last semi-final place at the Le GruyEre AOP Europeans

Germany clinch last semi-final place at the Le GruyEre AOP Europeans

It took all the way to the last stone of an extra end in the match between table-toppers Switzerland and defending champions Scotland – a game that Switzerland won by 6-5 – to determine the women's semi-final line-up after Thursday afternoon's final women's round-robin session at the Le Gruyere AOP European Championships in Tallinn, Estonia.
Germany claim last semi-final place at the Le GruyEre AOP Europeans

Germany claim last semi-final place at the Le GruyEre AOP Europeans

Despite losing their last round-robin game to Sweden by 2-8, Germany gained the fourth semi-final qualification slot at the Le Gruyere AOP European Championships in Tallinn, Estonia, joining Sweden, Scotland and Italy. Germany shared the same won five, lost four record as Norway and Switzerland but had the superior draw shot challenge performance, to keep their medal hopes alive.
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