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(@#LIVESTREAM#Reddit!’!) Live!’ world mixed doubles curling championship final 2021

May 23

Check out the finals of the world mixed doubles curling championship live stream 2021. Hello Curling Fan’s When it
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be compiling the list of some of the most popular channels to live stream this match. So, here goes. The

tournament is taking place in Aberdeen, Scotland, under strict COVID-19 The protocols.

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So mixed doubles National Olympic Committee that qualified for the 2020 or 2021 world mixed doubles championships

but has not yet qualified for the Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022 mixed doubles competition will be eligible for

this event

All Back all featured games at the World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship 2021 will be broadcast on the World

Curling TV YouTube channel and will also be streamed on the World Curling Federation Facebook Page. The 2021 World

Mixed Doubles Curling Championship is scheduled to be held from May 17 to 23 in Aberdeen, Scotland.

Because of cancellations due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this will be the first of two events for mixed doubles

teams to qualify for the 2022 Olympics as part of the 2022 Winter Olympic Qualification process.

The top seven National Olympic Committee teams from the championship will qualify directly for the Olympics.

China, as the host country for the Olympics, is guaranteed an entry for a team selected by its national Olympic

committee, but if the 2021 Chinese National Olympic Committee team secures a position among the top seven places

in this championship, the National Olympic Committee with a team finishing in eighth place will automatically

qualify for the Olympics in 2022. The remaining two qualifying teams will be determined at the 2022 Olympic

Qualification event.

Any mixed doubles National Olympic Committee that qualified for the 2020 or 2021 world mixed doubles championships

but has not yet qualified for the Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022 mixed doubles competition will be eligible for

this event, along with the three highest-ranked Mixed Doubles teams in any World Curling Federation Pre-Qualifier

Event,

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Last year’s tournament, which was cancelled, was supposed to be held in Kelowna, B.C. After months in the Calgary

The bubble, where Canadian champions were crowned — including the mixed doubles duo competing this week — and the

world’s women’s and men’s titles handed out, the scene shifts to Europe.

Geo-blocking may apply to streamed games due to broadcast partner agreements.

All broadcast times are British Summer Time (BST) which is Universal Coordinated Time (UTC) +1 hour.

Broadcast partner TV channel information will be added to this page as it becomes available.

Monday 17 May

17:30 – Canada v Spain (Olympic Channel USA)

21:00 – Japan v Estonia (NHK Japan)

Tuesday 18 May

09:00 – RCF v Czech Republic (Match TV Arena Russia)

12:30 – Japan v United States (NHK Japan, Olympic Channel USA)

16:00 – Hungary v Canada (Olympic Channel USA)

19:30 – Finland v Japan (NHK Japan)

Wednesday 19 May

09:00 – Scotland v RCF (Match TV Arena Russia)

12:30 – Switzerland v Japan (NHK Japan)

16:00 – Canada v Korea (TSN Canada)

19:30 – United States v Switzerland (Olympic Channel USA)

Thursday 20 May

09:00 – Japan v Sweden (NHK Japan)

12:30 – RCF v Hungary (Match TV Arena Russia)

16:00 – Japan v New Zealand (NHK Japan)

19:30 – Canada v Scotland (Olympic Channel USA, TSN Canada)

Friday 21 May

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09:00 – England v Japan (NHK Japan)

12:30 – Czech Republic v Canada (Olympic Channel USA, TSN Canada)

16:00 – Norway v Japan (NHK Japan)

19:30 – Canada v RCF (Olympic Channel USA, TSN Canada, Match TV Arena Russia)

Saturday 22 May

10:00 – Qualification Game (TBD)

16:00 – Semi-final (TBD)

19:30 – Semif-final (TBD)

Sunday 23 May

10:00 – Bronze Medal (TBD)

15:00 – Gold Medal (TBD)

Teams

The teams are as follows:[10]

Australia Canada[11] China Czech Republic[12]
Female: Tahli Gill
Male: Dean Hewitt Female: Kerri Einarson
Male: Brad Gushue Female: Yang Ying
Male: Ling Zhi Female: Zuzana Paulová
Male: Tomáš Paul
England[13] Estonia[14] Finland[15] Germany[16]
Female: Anna Fowler
Male: Ben Fowler Female: Marie Turmann
Male: Harri Lill Female: Oona Kauste
Male: Aku Kauste Female: Pia-Lisa Schöll
Male: Klaudius Harsch
Hungary Italy Japan[17] New Zealand[18]
Female: Dorottya Palancsa
Male: Zsolt Kiss Female: Stefania Constantini
Male: Amos Mosaner Female: Yurika Yoshida
Male: Yuta Matsumura Female: Courtney Smith
Male: Anton Hood
Norway RCF[19] Scotland[20] South Korea
Female: Kristin Skaslien
Male: Magnus Nedregotten Female: Anastasia Moskaleva
Male: Alexander Eremin Female: Jennifer Dodds
Male: Bruce Mouat Female: Kim Ji-yoon
Male: Moon Si-woo
Spain Sweden[21] Switzerland[22] United States[23]
Female: Oihane Otaegi
Male: Mikel Unanue Female: Almida de Val
Male: Oskar Eriksson Female: Jenny Perret
Male: Martin Rios Female: Tabitha Peterson
Male: Joe Polo
2021 World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship
Before the COVID-19 pandemic began in 2020, there was already a plan to narrow the field of competition at the

World Mixed Doubles. According to the World Curling Federation (WCF), last year’s tournament in Kelowna, Canada

was supposed to debut the 20-nation field. For the majority of the 13-year history of the World Mixed Doubles

Curling Championship, any Member Associations could enter. In 2019 entries were limited to 48 Member Associations.

While the number of teams has been changed, the competition format remains the same, utilizing group-play. The 20

teams have been divided into two groups, Group A and Group B, each containing 10 teams.

Group A Group B
Australia China
Canada England
Czech Republic Estonia
Spain Finland
Germany Japan
Hungary Norway
Italy New Zealand
Korea Switzerland
RCF* Sweden
Scotland United States
Engage with the World Curling Federation during the World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship 2021 on Twitter,

Instagram, Facebook and Weibo and by searching the hashtag #WMDCC2021 #curling #Roadto2022

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Date:
May 23

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