Teams Russia 1 (Adamant St.Petersburg – 1) take gold in the mens Baltic Cup 2012
The Baltic Cup 2012 came to a close on the 15th of January with the mens gold medal game being played out between Russia 1 („Adamant St.Petersburg – 1”, skip – Alexy Tselousov) and Latvia 3 („Hanza Nekustamie Îpađumi”, skip – Martins Truksans).
Baltic Cup 2012 mens event to start 13th January 2012
The Latvian Curling Association is pleased to announce that the international curling tournament Baltic Cup 2012 mens competition is due to start on the 13th of January.
Team Zharkova wins the Baltic Cup 2012 womens tournament
The Baltic Cup 2012 womens tournament was played from the 5th to the 8th of January 2012 and after the late withdrawal of the Polish womens team, saw only three Russian and four Latvian teams take part in a round-robin format competition after which the first and second placed teams played a gold medal game while the third and fourth placed teams played the bronze medal game.
Good traditions must continue!
Since 2005, mens and womens teams from Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Poland, Russia, Sweden and Finland have taken part in the international curling tournament BALTIC CUP.
Double win for Latvia in Baltic Cup 2011
Latvia-2 won both - men and women competition. Best of foreigners were Estionia ladies team which got second place.
Baltic cup 2011 will be held in Riga, Latvia
4 ladies and 6 men teams from four nations will participate this year.
Baltic Cup 2010 announced
We are proud to announce that host of 2010 Baltic Cup will be Finland capital city Helsinki, Oulunkyla Curling club.
Baltic Cup 2009 goes to Finland and Latvia
With the victories of Finland Markku Uusipaavalniemi and Latvia’s Evita Regza teams in finals finished Baltic Cup 2009.
Team meeting document for Baltic Cup 2009
To ensure that all the competing teams are properly informed about the Baltic Cup 2009, the Chief Umpire, and the Organizing Committee provides the following Team Meeting Information Document before the start of play.
Changed - 19 teams will participate in Baltic Cup 2009
10 Men and 9 Ladies teams from six countries will participate this year Baltic Cup which is the record of this competition.
Baltic Cup 2009 Site launched
We are proud to announce that host of 2009 Baltic Cup will be Finland capital city Helsinki.
This year tournamemt will take place 8-11 January, 2009 and all Baltic sea region countries are very warmly invited (2 Men and 2 Ladies teams from each country).
Baltic Cup 2007 goes to Estonia and Latvia
Estonia-1 men?s team and Latvia-1 women?s team have won Baltic Cup 2007. These two teams will represent their countries also in European Championship this year.
Team meeting and pre-tournament information
There are lot of things to be talked in Team Meeting on 31st October, 2007 at 20:30: line-up forms, system of play, colour of stones and last rock advantage etc.
Schedule is announced
Finally Baltic Cup 2007 schedule is known and published in homepage. Competition will start on Wednesday, 31st October, 2007 at 18:00 with Official practices for men teams.
15 teams will participate this year
9 men and 6 women teams from five countries will participate this year in Baltic cup, including last year women winners from Latvia and Olympic vice-champion?s Markku Uusipaavalniemi team.
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