WCT Dutch Masters Mixed Doubles

International fIeld at 2019 Dutch Masters Mixed Doubles.

The Dutch Masters Mixed Doubles will take away for its 4th edition from January 11th to January 13th 2019. The Team list is quite international with 15 teams from 10 different countries. 2 participating teams from Russia Biktimirova/Gadzhikanov and Moskaleva/Eremin are ranked 3rd and 4th on the World Mixed Doubles tour at this moment. Also participating are the previous world Medallists Szekers/Nagy from Hungary and Paulova/Paul from Czech Republic.


Follow the results from the event on www.curlingzone.com

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Garcia / Bottcher are the Dutch Masters Mixed Doubles 2018 champions.

Irantzu Garcia and Brendan Bottcher have won the Dutch Masters Mixed Doubles 2018.  The Spanish/Canadian combination went undefeated through a very strong field of teams that included two of the upcoming Olympic teams from Norway and Russia. Garcia/Bottcher beat the other Spanish team with Oihane Otaegi and Mikael Unanue in the final with a score of 4-3. Michelle Jaggi and Sven Michel from Switzerland took 3rd place overcoming Skaslien/Nedregotten from Norway in the 3/4 final.

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2018 Teams

The 2018 Dutch Masters Mixed Doubles will have a 15 team field from 10 countries. Team Norway and Team Russia will be using the event as preperation for that the upcoming Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang. We are very excited to host another top event with a very strong field once again!

Regza / Regza (Latvia)

Komarova / Goryachev (Russia)

Bryzgalova / Krushelnitskiy (Russia)

Moores / Wheeler (USA)

Szekeres / Nagy (Hungary)

Wild / Gubler (Switzerland)

Garcia / Bottcher (Spain/Canada)

Turto / Turto (Finland)

Wendel/Wingfors (Sweden)

Jaeggi / Michel (Switzerland)

Blumberga / Gulbis (Latvia)

Stirling/Kingan (Scotland)

McCleary / McCleary (Scotland)

Skaslien / Nedregotten (Norway)

Otaegi / Unanue (Spain)

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Dutch Masters Mixed Doubles 2018 info

The 3rd edition of the Dutch Masters Mixed Doubles will be exciting as it will take place right before the Olympic Games. As always, the 2018 edition is part of the Curling Champions Tour and will be held at curlingrink Zoetermeer in The Netherlands!

Dates: 11-14 January 2018

Entry fee: €300,- per team

€1700 prize money*

20 teams

Pre-game practice for each game!

Dinner included on friday and saturday night

Hotel and transportation packages available!

20 teams: 4 groups of 5 with quarter finals and consolation. 4 game guarantee. First draw is thursday 11th January at 18:30.


The entry process will open in the coming weeks!

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Bryzgalova/Krushelnitskii (Russia) win Dutch Masters Mixed Doubles 2017

Anastasia Bryzgalova and Alexander Krushelnitskii from russia have won the Dutch Masters Mixed Doubles 2018 by beating Gina Aitken and Bruce Mouat from Scotland in the final with a score of 7-6.

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*provided 20 teams apply