CCT Dutch Masters Mixed Doubles

13-15 January 2017, Zoetermeer, the Netherlands

Follow the action live on the CCT Livestream!

This weekend the best of the best in Mixed Doubles Curling will battle for the Dutch Masters Title. Watch World and Olympic champions from Friday to Sunday on the CCT Youtube Channel!

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Draw schedule for the Dutch Masters Mixed Doubles 2017

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Teams announced for Dutch Masters Mixed Doubles 2017

The teams for the 2nd edition of the Dutch Masters Mixed Doubles have been announced. Check out the team page to see who will be competing.

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Details for the Dutch Masters 2017

We are very pleased and honored to be inviting you to the 2nd edition of the Dutch Masters Mixed Doubles 2017 as part of the Curling Champions Tour, which will be held at Curlingrink Zoetermeer in the Netherlands! 

  • 13-15 January 2017
  • Entry fee: €249,- per team.
  • €1500 prize money*
  • Maximum 20 teams
  • All games are win/loss
  • Dinner included on saturday night
  • Hotel and transportation packages available!

System of play with 20 teams: 4 poules of 5. Top 2 teams each group to quarter Finals and consolation play-off for nrs 3 in each group. 4 games guaranteed. 

The entry process is complete.

For more information you can email: info@dutchmasterscurling.nl

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Palancsa and Kiss win CCT Dutch Masters 2016

Dorottya Palancsa and Zsolt Kiss have won the inaugural CCT Dutch Masters Mixed Doubles in Zoetermeer, the Netherlands. The reigning world champions beat Russia's Victoria Moiseeva and Petr Dron in the final with a score of 10-6. 

Russia scored 2 points in the first end, but then Hungary struck right back with a score of 5 and another 3 to lead by 8-2 after the third end. The Russians then looked for a comeback by scoring 1 in the fifth end with their powerplay and another 3 points in the sixth end. However, that proved to be too late to put serious pressure on Hungary. Russia ran out of stones in the eighth end and conceded with the final score 10-6 to Hungary. 

Kiss and Palancsa took the long road to the final after losing their first game against Finland. But after winning the other games in their group they still finished in second spot and remained in contention for the quarter finals. They had to start early on Sunday and beat Switzerland 1 in an elimination game. With almost no rest in between they beat Scotland in the quarter finals, Hungary 2 in the semi finals and Russia 1 in the final. With their very impressive run the World champions now share 2nd place in the CCT mixed doubles ranking.

With the loss the Russian team came second after winning all of their earlier games. Ildikó Szekeres and György Nagy (Hungary 2) took third place in the tournament after beating Russia 2 after an extra end: 9-8. 

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*provided 20 teams apply