Dilşat Yıldız

Dilşat Yıldız (born September 29, 1996) is a Turkish female curler. She is a member of Çelebi S.K. in Erzurum.[1] Currently, she is studying physical education and sports at the Fırat University.[2]

Dilşat Yıldız
Born (1996-09-29) September 29, 1996
SkipDilşat Yıldız
ThirdÖznur Polat
SecondSemiha Konuksever
LeadMihriban Polat
Mixed doubles
Uğurcan Karagöz
Member Association Turkey
World Mixed Doubles Championship
4 (2016, 2017, 2018, 2019)
European Championship
8 (2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019)


Yıldız was admitted to the Turkish women's national team in 2012. She competed in the 2012 European Curling Championships-Group C[3] and following her team's promotion in the European Curling Championships-Group B in Karlstad, Sweden.

Yıldız took part at the 2013 European Junior Curling Challenge-Group B in Prague, Czech Republic, which was the qualifying tournament for the 2013 World Junior Curling Championships.[1] She skipped a 3-2 win in the round robin, failing to reach the semifinals. She ranked 5th of 12 competitors.[4]

Yıldız has taken part in eight European Curling Championships including competing in the A Division in 2017. She has also competed four times at the World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship with her partner Uğurcan Karagöz. Their best finish came in 2018, where they placed 8th.


Year Competition Host Position Rank GP W L
2012 European Championships-Group C ErzurumSecond761
European Championships-Group B KarlstadSecond15th945
2013 European Junior Challenge-Group B PragueSkip5th532
2014 European Junior Challenge LohjaSkip7th624
European Championships – Group B ChampéryThird5th954
2015 European Junior Challenge PragueSkip963
World Mixed Championship – Group D BernThird4th844
European Championships – Group B EsbjergSkip4th963
2016 World Junior Championship CopenhagenSkip8th1037
World Mixed Doubles Championship KarlstadFemale17th743
World Mixed Championship KazanLead9th853
European Championship-Group B BraeheadSkip1183
2017 World Junior-B Championship ÖstersundSkip981
World Junior Championship GangneungSkip10th918
World Mixed Doubles Championship LethbridgeFemale27th725
World Mixed Championship ChampéryFourth5th862
European Championship St. GallenSkip9th927
2018 World Junior-B Championship LohjaSkip972
World Junior Championship AberdeenSkip10th918
World Mixed Doubles Championship ÖstersundFemale8th1156
European Championship-Group B TallinnSkip1183
2019 World Mixed Doubles Championship StavangerFemale17th752
European Championships-Group B HelsingborgSkip1183
World Mixed Doubles Qualification Event HowwoodFemale


  1. "Palandöken'den Prag'a curling çıkarması". Erzurum Gazetesi (in Turkish). Retrieved 2013-01-05.
  2. "Beden Eğitimi ve Spor Oğretmenliği Bölümü 2011-12" (in Turkish). Fırat University. Retrieved 2013-01-05.
  3. "Avrupa Karışıklar Curling Şampiyonası ve Curling C Grubu Avrupa Şampiyonası Başlıyor" (in Turkish). Türkiye Buz Pateni Federasyonu. Archived from the original on April 18, 2013. Retrieved December 8, 2012.
  4. "2013 European Junior Curling Challenge". World Curling Federation. Archived from the original on 2018-02-28. Retrieved 2013-01-08.

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