vzw      Lindenstraat 145,   B-1800 Vilvoorde


20.12.2013 17:13

 


 

 

Home

Contacts

World Rankings

 

 

 

 

BCAHistory

Curling the Roarin' Game

timing, technic, training

http://curlingbasics.com/

 

 

 

 

 

BOIC

Archive

logo SD WORX

 

 

 


 

 

20/12/13     

 

 



Contacts:

Belgium Curling         dirk.katty@skynet.be

CC Mechelen               ccmechelen@belgiumcurling.be

Campina Curling Turnhout  info@campinacurling.be




New World Curling Rankings December 2013:
http://www.worldcurling.org/rankings-men-and-women

Olympic Qualification Tournament, Füssen

Worldcurling TV on Youtube (click picture below)http://i1.ytimg.com/u/AKIdgLUYV-Z1DM0_W_Z_gA/channels4_banner.jpg?v=5196a55c
Canadian Curlng Olympic Qualification Final (Full Game)
Learn more about Mixed Doubles Curling           video, live streaming sites

 

Team Belgium: Results from ECC 2013 Stavanger, Norway

2013 ECC Belgium 26 CC Mechelen
POL 8-10 WAL 2-7 AUT 5-10 NED 3-9 CRO 7-6 HUN 6-10 LTU 2-8 LTU 6-9 (RT1)

ECC links:
http://ecc.curlit.com/Default.aspx                                   http://ecc2013.curlingevents.com/

previous results European Curling Championships 

2012  Karlstad Sweden

2011 Moscow Russia

2010 Champery SUI 

 2009 Aberdeen SCO 

 

2008 Ornsköldsvik SWE

2007 Füssen Germany      

 2006 Basel Switzerland   

 

 

2005 Garmisch Partenkirchen Germany   

 

  Image 66 of 97  -  73 kB    

complete ECC results with standings since 2005          Belgium


 

Watch Curling on:

Canadian Curling Association: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3cR_DttIClGcE5StsIbyXA

Vancouver Olympics 2010:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hh41pavIFMU&feature=c4-overview&list=UU87UES8IVXllenz1O-4AE1Q 

Curling Zone:

http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX70Svg4Q4fmav-MXAZeUQQ

     


 


World Curling Federation Statistics Page:

http://results.worldcurling.org/Persons.aspx

http://results.worldcurling.org/Associations.aspx

Association Statistical Information

Ladies

Year Pos Association Belgium
2011 8 Karen Geerts, Natacha Leynen, Liesbeth Rossie, Mieke van Aerde, Karin Stoop

 

Men

Year Pos   Association
2013 26   Timothy Verreycken, Walter Verbueken, Nils Beosier, Dirk Heylen , Gregory Janbroers
2012 17   Marc Suter, Timothy Verreycken, Walter Verbueken, Nils Beosier, Peter Suter
2011 19   Marc Suter, Thomas Suter, Timo Verreycken, Thomas Lemmens, Peter Suter
2010 16   Marc Suter, Thomas Suter, Timothy Verreycken, Thomas Lemmens, Peter Suter
2009 21   Marc Suter, Thomas Suter, Walter Verbueken, Stephen Allan, Peter Suter
2008 17   Thomas Suter, Marc Suter, Walter Verbueken, Dirk Heylen, Peter Suter
2007 23   Pieter-Jan Witzig, Marc Suter, Thomas Suter, Samie Witzig, Dirk Heylen
2006 15   Pieter-Jan Witzig, Marc Suter, Thomas Suter, Samie Witzig, Dirk Heylen
2005 15   Pieter-Jan Witzig, Marc Suter, Samie Witzig, Thomas Suter, Dirk Heylen
1995 15   Didier Plasschaert, Andrew Beveridge, Philippe Hauptmann, Marc van den Bossche
1994 16   Didier Plasschaert, Walter Verbueken, Philippe Hauptmann, Jean-Pierre Collignon
1993 18   Walter Verbueken, Didier Plasschaert, Philippe Hauptmann, Marc van den Bossche, Raymond Plasschaert
1991 16   Blair Roberts, Walter Verbueken, Marcel Marién, Pierre Hallants, Didier Plasschaert
1989 13   Marcel Marién, Pierre Mallants, Walter Verbueken, Blair Roberts
1988 14   Marcel Marién, Pierre Mallants, Eric Biehels, Arthur Westerlinck

 

 


Spirit of Curling

"Curling is a game of skill and traditions. A shot well executed is a delight to see and so, too, it is a fine thing to observe the time-honored traditions of curling being applied in the true spirit of the game. Curlers play to win but never to humble their opponents. A true curler would prefer to lose rather than win unfairly.

A good curler never attempts to distract an opponent or otherwise prevent him/her from playing his/her best.

No curler ever deliberately breaks a rule of the game or any of its traditions. But, if he/she should do so inadvertently and be aware of it, he/she is the first to divulge the breach.

While the main objective of the game is to determine the relative skills of the players, the spirit of the game demands good sportsmanship, kindly feeling and honorable conduct. This spirit should influence both the interpretation and application of the rules of the game and also the conduct of all participants on and off the ice."


logo SD WORX