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Gianlu33

Curling at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games

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Gianlu33    672

Curling at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games

 

Qualification

 

 

Qualifiying Timeline

 

EVENT DATE STATUS
Host Quota 19.09.2014 Completed
2016 Women's World Championship (Swift Current, CAN) 19.03.2016 - 27.03.2016 Completed
   2016 Men's World Championship (Basel, SUI) 02.04.2016 - 10.04.2016 Completed
2016 Mixed World Championship (Karlstand, SWE) 16.04.2016 - 23.04.2016 Completed
2017 Women's World Championship (Beijing, CHN) 18.03.2017 - 26.03.2017 Scheduled
2017 Women's World Championship (Edmonton, CAN) 01.04.2017 - 09.04.2017 Scheduled
2017 Mixed World Championship (Lethbridge, CAN) 22.04.2017 - 29.04.2017 Scheduled
Final Qualification Event (TBD) 05.12.2017 - 10.05.2017 Scheduled

 

 

EVENTS

3 (1+1+1)

Men's 1

  • Men's Tournament

Women's 1

  • Women's Tournament 

Mixed 1

  • Mixed Tournament 

 

QUALIFICATION SYSTEM

 http://comiteolimpicoportugal.pt/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/2016-03-09-PyeongChang-2018-Qualification-System-Curling-V1.pdf 

 
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Gianlu33    672

MEN'S TOURNAMENT

Qualified Nations:

  • :KOR South Korea
  • :WHT TBD
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Total Athletes Qualified  5

Total Nations Qualified  1

Total Remaining Quotas  45

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WOMEN'S TOURNAMENT

Qualified Nations:

  • :KOR South Korea
  • :WHT TBD
  • :WHT TBD
  • :WHT TBD
  • :WHT TBD
  • :WHT TBD
  • :WHT TBD
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Total Athletes Qualified  5

Total Nations Qualified  1

Total Remaining Quotas  45

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Gianlu33    672

MIXED TOURNAMENT

Qualified Nations:

  • :KOR South Korea
  • :WHT TBD
  • :WHT TBD
  • :WHT TBD
  • :WHT TBD
  • :WHT TBD
  • :WHT TBD
  • :WHT TBD

 

Total Athletes Qualified  2

Total Nations Qualified  1

Total Remaining Quotas  14

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AlexDSSF    0

Hi. This is my first post on Totallympics. I was initially looking forward to Mixed Doubles curling in 2018 because of the possibility of lesser Winter Olympic countries like Hungary having a shot at an Olympic medal. But I find it ironic that Hungary, despite winning the past two world titles, failed to do well at the first phase of qualification while the three most powerful countries in the world (Russia, China, and USA) ended up on the podium. There are only eight spots for the event in 2018. I hope that Hungary can qualify, though.

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Gianlu33    672
23 minutes ago, AlexDSSF said:

Hi. This is my first post on Totallympics. I was initially looking forward to Mixed Doubles curling in 2018 because of the possibility of lesser Winter Olympic countries like Hungary having a shot at an Olympic medal. But I find it ironic that Hungary, despite winning the past two world titles, failed to do well at the first phase of qualification while the three most powerful countries in the world (Russia, China, and USA) ended up on the podium. There are only eight spots for the event in 2018. I hope that Hungary can qualify, though.

Hi, and welcome in Totallympics family!

It's very hard the qualification for Hungary becouse at 2016 World Championship it finished in 12th postitions and whit 0 points in the ranking

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stepansevs    6

Final olympic qualification tournament will be in Plzen in Czech Republic. Maybe it will be the first time when I will see curling live on stadium.

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