2016 World Senior Curling Championships

The 2016 World Senior Curling Championships was from April 16 to 23 at the Karlstad Curling Arena in Karlstad, Sweden. The event will be held in conjunction with the 2016 World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship.

2016 World Senior Curling Championships
Host cityKarlstad, Sweden
ArenaKarlstad Curling Arena
DatesApril 16–23
Men's winner Sweden
SkipMats Wranå
ThirdMikael Hasselborg
SecondAnders Eriksson
LeadGerry Wahlin
AlternateLars Lindgren
Finalist Canada (Randy Neufeld)
Women's winner Scotland
SkipJackie Lockhart
ThirdChristine Cannon
SecondIsobel Hannen
LeadMargaret Richardson
AlternateMargaret Robertson
Finalist Germany (Monika Wagner)
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Men

Round Robin Standings

Final Round Robin Standings

Key
Teams to Playoffs
Teams to Tiebreaker
Group ASkipWL
 United StatesGeoff Goodland71
 ScotlandGordon Muirhead71
 GermanyUwe Saile62
  SwitzerlandStefan Karnusian53
 LatviaAnsis Regza53
 WalesAdrian Meikle35
 Czech RepublicPetr Kovac26
 RussiaDimitry Dimitrievskiy17
 BelgiumStef Van Heddegem08
Group BSkipWL
 CanadaRandy Neufeld80
 SwedenMats Wranå71
 IrelandPeter Wilson62
 FinlandKari Keränen44
 IsraelGary Gumprich35
 FrancePascal Adam35
 SlovakiaOndrej Marcek26
 NetherlandsGus Van Imhoff26
 JapanKenji Komoda17
Group CSkipWL
 New ZealandHans Frauenlob80
 NorwayTormod Andreassen71
 DenmarkOle De Neergård 62
 EnglandTommy Campbell53
 AustraliaGerald Chick44
 SloveniaMitja Resman26
 ItalyAdriano Regis26
 PolandHenryk Skowronski26
 TurkeyDid Not Attend08

 Turkey decided not to attend the senior championships, so all of their matches were automatically forfeited.

Playoffs

Qualification Game
   
A3  Germany 3
B3  Ireland 4
Quarterfinals Semifinals Gold Medal Game
         
C1  New Zealand 5
B3  Ireland 6
B3  Ireland 3
B1  Canada 7
B1  Canada 4
A2  Scotland 3
B1  Canada 4
B2  Sweden 7
C2  Norway 4
B2  Sweden 10
B2  Sweden 7
C3  Denmark 1
A1  United States 4
C3  Denmark 5
Bronze Medal Game
   
B3  Ireland 7
C3  Denmark 2

Bronze Medal Game

Saturday, April 23, 13:00

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Final
 Ireland (Wilson) 2 0 0 1 2 1 1 X 7
 Denmark (Neergård) 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 X 2

Gold Medal Game

Saturday, April 23, 13:00

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Final
 Canada (Neufeld) 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 4
 Sweden (Wranå) 0 2 0 2 1 0 1 1 7

Women

Round Robin Standings

Final Round Robin Standings

Key
Teams to Playoffs
Teams to Tiebreaker
Group ASkipWL
 EnglandJudith Dixon80
 CanadaTerri Loblaw71
 SwedenGunilla Arfwidsson-Edlund62
 LatviaElena Kapostina44
 JapanMiyuki Kawamura44
 Czech RepublicLenka Safrankova35
 AustraliaSandi Gagnon26
 FinlandSärah Markkanen26
 LithuaniaGaiva Valatkiene08
Group BSkipWL
 ScotlandJackie Lockhart70
  SwitzerlandEsther Kobler52
 GermanyMonika Wagner52
 United StatesNorma O'Leary52
 RussiaLiudmila Murova25
 ItalyFiona Simpson25
 AustriaVeronika Huber16
 New ZealandElizabeth Matthews16

Playoffs

Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
     
        A1  England 4  
A2  Canada 4     B3  Germany 11  
B3  Germany 6       B3  Germany 4
          B1  Scotland 5
        B1  Scotland 8
B2   Switzerland 2     A3  Sweden 6    
A3  Sweden 8  
Bronze Medal Game
   
A1  England 5
A3  Sweden 10

Bronze Medal Game

Saturday, April 23, 13:00

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Final
 England (Dixon) 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 X 5
 Sweden (Arfwidsson-Edlund) 2 1 0 2 2 0 3 X 10

Gold Medal Game

Saturday, April 23, 13:00

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Final
 Germany (Wagner) 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 4
 Scotland (Lockhart) 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 1 5

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