Curling at the Winter Universiade

Curling has been a part of the Winter Universiade since it was featured was optional sport in the 2003 Winter Universiade in Tarvisio. It became a compulsory sport as of the 2007 Winter Universiade in Turin.

Medal winners


Games Gold Silver Bronze
2003 Tarvisio Canada (CAN) Switzerland (SUI) South Korea (KOR)
2007 Turin United States (USA) Great Britain (GBR) Sweden (SWE)
2009 Harbin Sweden (SWE) Norway (NOR) China (CHN)
2011 Erzurum South Korea (KOR) Switzerland (SUI) Czech Republic (CZE)
2013 Trentino Sweden (SWE) Great Britain (GBR) Canada (CAN)
2015 Granada Norway (NOR) Russia (RUS) Great Britain (GBR)
2017 Almaty Great Britain (GBR) Sweden (SWE) Norway (NOR)
2019 Krasnoyarsk Norway (NOR) Canada (CAN) Great Britain (GBR)


Games Gold Silver Bronze
2003 Tarvisio Russia (RUS) Canada (CAN) Norway (NOR)
2007 Turin Canada (CAN) Russia (RUS) Japan (JPN)
2009 Harbin China (CHN) Canada (CAN) Russia (RUS)
2011 Erzurum Great Britain (GBR) Russia (RUS) South Korea (KOR)
2013 Trentino Russia (RUS) South Korea (KOR) Switzerland (SUI)
2015 Granada Russia (RUS) Canada (CAN) Switzerland (SUI)
2017 Almaty Canada (CAN) Russia (RUS) Sweden (SWE)
2019 Krasnoyarsk Sweden (SWE) South Korea (KOR) Russia (RUS)

Medal table

Last updated after the 2019 Winter Universiade

1 Russia (RUS)3429
2 Canada (CAN)3418
3 Sweden (SWE)3126
4 Great Britain (GBR)2226
5 Norway (NOR)2125
6 South Korea (KOR)1225
7 China (CHN)1012
8 United States (USA)1001
9  Switzerland (SUI)0224
10 Czech Republic (CZE)0011
 Japan (JPN)0011
Totals (11 nations)16161648


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