1988 World Women's Curling Championship

The 1988 World Women's Curling Championship was held in Glasgow, Scotland from 4–10 April 1988.

1988 World Women's Curling Championship
Host cityGlasgow, Scotland
ArenaThe Summit Centre
Dates4–10 April 1988
Winner Germany
Curling clubSC Riessersee, Garmisch-Partenkirchen
SkipAndrea Schöpp
ThirdAlmut Hege-Schöll
SecondMonika Wagner
LeadSuzanne Fink
Finalist Canada
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West Germany, skipped by Andrea Schöpp defeated Canada in the final to claim Germany's first ever women's world championship in curling.

Teams

 Germany  Canada  Sweden  Norway  Denmark
SC Riessersee, Garmisch-Partenkirchen

Skip: Andrea Schöpp
Third: Almut Hege-Schöll
Second: Monika Wagner
Lead: Suzanne Fink

Thunder Bay CC, Ontario

Skip: Heather Houston
Third: Lorraine Lang
Second: Diane Adams
Lead: Tracy Kennedy

Härnösands CK

Skip: Anette Norberg
Third: Anna Rindeskog
Second: Sofie Marmont
Lead: Louise Marmont

Snarøen CC, Oslo

Skip: Anne Jøtun Bakke
Third: Hilde Jøtun
Second: Ingvill Githmark
Lead: Bille Sørum

Hvidovre CC

Fourth: Helena Blach
Third: Malene Krause
Skip: Lone Kristoffersen
Lead: Lene x. Nielsen

  Switzerland  United States  France  Scotland  Finland
Wetzikon CC

Skip: Erika Müller
Third: Brigitte Kienast
Second: Susanne Luchsinger
Lead: Regula Rüegg

Granite CC, Seattle, Washington

Skip: Nancy Langley
Third: Nancy Pearson
Second: Leslie Frosch
Lead: Mary Hobson

Megève CC

Skip: Annick Mercier
Third: Agnes Mercier
Second: Andrée Dupont-Roc
Lead: Catherine Lefebvre

Lanarkshire Ice Rink, Hamilton

Skip: Christine Allison**
Third: Margaret Scott
Second: Kimmie Brown
Lead: Sheena Drummie

Hyvinkää CC

Skip: Anne Eerikäinen
Third: Mari Lundén
Second: Tytti Haapasaari
Lead: Terhi Liukkonen

Standings

Country Skip W L
 Germany Andrea Schöpp 92
 Canada Heather Houston 74
 Sweden Anette Norberg 74
 Norway Anne Jøtun Bakke 65
 Denmark Helena Blach 54
 Switzerland Erika Müller 54
 United States Nancy Langley 45
 France Annick Mercier 36
 Scotland Christine Allison 36
 Finland Anne Eerikäinen 09

Results

Draw 1

Team Final
 Denmark (Blach) 9
  Switzerland (Müller) 1
Team Final
 United States (Langley) 7
 France (Mercier) 3
Team Final
 Scotland (Allison) 6
 Canada (Houston) 5
Team Final
 Germany (Schöpp) 9
 Finland (Eerikäinen) 7
Team Final
 Sweden (Norberg) 6
 Norway (Jøtun Bakke) 4

Draw 2

Team Final
 Denmark (Blach) 9
 Finland (Eerikäinen) 3
Team Final
 Canada (Houston) 11
  Switzerland (Müller) 0
Team Final
 Norway (Jøtun Bakke) 9
 United States (Langley) 5
Team Final
 Sweden (Norberg) 10
 Scotland (Allison) 8
Team Final
 Germany (Schöpp) 6
 France (Mercier) 5

Draw 3

Team Final
  Switzerland (Müller) 12
 France (Mercier) 7
Team Final
 Sweden (Norberg) 11
 United States (Langley) 1
Team Final
 Germany (Schöpp) 7
 Denmark (Blach) 5
Team Final
 Canada (Houston) 7
 Norway (Jøtun Bakke) 1
Team Final
 Scotland (Allison) 13
 Finland (Eerikäinen) 6

Draw 4

Team Final
 Canada (Houston) 8
 United States (Langley) 6
Team Final
 France (Mercier) 6
 Denmark (Blach) 5
Team Final
  Switzerland (Müller) 9
 Finland (Eerikäinen) 8
Team Final
 Norway (Jøtun Bakke) 9
 Scotland (Allison) 3
Team Final
 Germany (Schöpp) 10
 Sweden (Norberg) 8

Draw 5

Team Final
 Norway (Jøtun Bakke) 9
  Switzerland (Müller) 1
Team Final
 United States (Langley) 15
 Finland (Eerikäinen) 1
Team Final
 Sweden (Norberg) 7
 France (Mercier) 5
Team Final
 Germany (Schöpp) 8
 Canada (Houston) 4
Team Final
 Denmark (Blach) 8
 Scotland (Allison) 4

Draw 6

Team Final
 Sweden (Norberg) 8
 Denmark (Blach) 2
Team Final
 Germany (Schöpp) 12
 Scotland (Allison) 3
Team Final
 Canada (Houston) 11
 Finland (Eerikäinen) 2
Team Final
 Norway (Jøtun Bakke) 7
 France (Mercier) 2
Team Final
  Switzerland (Müller) 7
 United States (Langley) 6

Draw 7

Team Final
 France (Mercier) 6
 Scotland (Allison) 5
Team Final
 Denmark (Blach) 6
 Canada (Houston) 5
Team Final
 United States (Langley) 7
 Germany (Schöpp) 4
Team Final
  Switzerland (Müller) 8
 Sweden (Norberg) 3
Team Final
 Norway (Jøtun Bakke) 10
 Finland (Eerikäinen) 5

Draw 8

Team Final
 Norway (Jøtun Bakke) 10
 Germany (Schöpp) 4
Team Final
 Sweden (Norberg) 7
 Finland (Eerikäinen) 0
Team Final
  Switzerland (Müller) 8
 Scotland (Allison) 7
Team Final
 United States (Langley) 6
 Denmark (Blach) 5
Team Final
 Canada (Houston) 9
 France (Mercier) 4

Draw 9

Team Final
 Canada (Houston) 10
 Sweden (Norberg) 2
Team Final
 Germany (Schöpp) 9
  Switzerland (Müller) 6
Team Final
 Denmark (Blach) 13
 Norway (Jøtun Bakke) 6
Team Final
 France (Mercier) 9
 Finland (Eerikäinen) 5
Team Final
 Scotland (Allison) 10
 United States (Langley) 3

Playoffs

  Semifinal     Gold Medal Game
                 
  1  Germany 9  
  4  Norway 2    
      1  Germany 9
      2  Canada 3
  2  Canada 10    
  3  Sweden 4   Bronze Medal Game
 
3  Sweden 14
  4  Norway 2

Semifinals

Team Final
 Norway (Jøtun Bakke) 2
 Germany (Schöpp) 9
Team Final
 Canada (Houston) 10
 Sweden (Norberg) 4

Bronze Medal Game

Team Final
 Sweden (Norberg) 14
 Norway (Jøtun Bakke) 2

Gold Medal Game

Team Final
 Germany (Schöpp) 9
 Canada (Houston) 3
1988 World Women's Curling Championship Winner

Germany
1st title

References

General
  • "1988 World Women's Curling Championship Results". World Curling Federation. Archived from the original on 6 May 2012. Retrieved 21 April 2010.
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