2015 Audi quattro Winter Games NZ




Medal Games




A2   USA 10          
      USA 10        
B3   NZL2 4       USA    
  B1   FIN 3        
    Gold CAN1  
  A1   JPN 5        
A3   CAN1 6       CAN1    
      CAN1 9        
B2   CAN2 2       FIN    
    Bronze FIN  



  Group A P W L     Group B P W L  
  JPN QS 5 4 1   FIN QS 5 4 1
  USA QQ 5 4 1   CAN2 QQ 5 4 1
  CAN1 QQ 6 3 3   NZL2 QQ 5 3 2
  NZL1   6 2 4   AUS2   5 2 3
  AUS1   5 2 3   KOR   5 1 4
  CZE   5 1 4   CHN   5 1 4
  Q: qualified Semi / Quarterfinal     Q: qualified Semi / Quarterfinal


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Audi quattro Winter Games NZ medallists
L-R: Silver medallists Sarah Anderson and Korey Dropkin (USA), Gold medallists Charley Thomas and Kalynn Park (Canada 1) and Bronze medallists Pauli Jäämies and Katja Kiiskinen (Finland) after the Mixed Doubles Finals at the Audi quattro Winter Games NZ 2015. Photo © Neil Kerr / Getty Images

Winter Games NZ may become annual event
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Wanaka, 27 Aug 2015 – Audi quattro Winter Games NZ could be held annually from 2017 if a business case study commissioned by Sport New Zealand stacks up for the internationally ranked winter sports event to change its status as a biennial fixture.

Chairman of Audi quattro Winter Games NZ Sir Eion Edgar said there is significant interest in the Games, which feature alpine and adaptive skiing, freeskiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing and curling, being held every year.

Read more: Study evaluates Games becoming annual event

Five of the six playoff qualifiers are known after Day 2 - more at http://www.curling.org.nz/index.php/2015-wgnz

Posted by New Zealand Curling on Tuesday, 25 August 2015
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