Group Stage Summary and Playoff Preview

The group stage of the Gothenburg Mixed Doubles Cup concluded with intense competition and impressive performances across all groups. Here’s a summary of each group and a look at the upcoming playoff matchups:

Group A:

  • Top Teams: SWE Hasselborg/Eriksson (12 points), DEN Lander/Holtermann (9 points)
  • Summary: Dominated by SWE Hasselborg/Eriksson, who won all their matches, showcasing exceptional skill and strategy. DEN Lander/Holtermann also performed well, securing the second spot with solid play​


Group B:

  • Top Teams: SWE Wranå/Wranå (12 points), CZE Zelingrová/Chabičovský (9 points)
  • Summary: SWE Wranå/Wranå led the group with a flawless record, demonstrating their prowess on the ice. CZE Zelingrová/Chabičovský followed with impressive performances, securing the runner-up position​


Group C:

  • Top Teams: SWE Knochenhauer/Edin (12 points), SUI Engler/Wunderlin (6 points)
  • Summary: SWE Knochenhauer/Edin dominated the group with unmatched consistency and strategic gameplay. SUI Engler/Wunderlin managed to clinch the second spot amidst tough competition​


Group D:

  • Top Teams: NOR Ramsfjell/Ramsfjell (11 points), SWE De Val/Magnusson (10 points)
  • Summary: NOR Ramsfjell/Ramsfjell led the group with exceptional skill, narrowly ahead of SWE De Val/Magnusson. Both teams showed great determination and tactical expertise​


Quarter Final Matchups:

  1. SWE Wranå/Wranå vs SUI Engler/Wunderlin: A matchup between the top-ranked team and the second-placed team from Group C.
  2. SWE Knochenhauer/Edin vs DEN Lander/Holtermann: The dominant Group C leaders face the runner-up from Group A.
  3. SWE Hasselborg/Eriksson vs CZE Zelingrová/Chabičovský: A clash of tactics and skills between Group A winners and Group B runner-ups.
  4. NOR Ramsfjell/Ramsfjell vs SWE De Val/Magnusson: A close contest expected between these two top-performing teams.

Playoff Format:

  • Seeding: Based on group stage performance, with the highest-ranked teams facing the lowest in the quarterfinals.
  • Gameplay: All playoff games are played over 8 ends, with a one stone shoot-out in case of a tie.
  • Advantages: The best-ranked team after the group stage gets the hammer, plays with yellow stones, and practices first​


The playoffs promise intense and strategic curling as teams vie for the championship. Fans can expect thrilling matches with each team bringing their best game to the ice.

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