WORLD WOMEN’S CHAMPIONS
Canada’s Jennifer Jones bowed 7-6 to Denmark in the bronze-medal game when her final comearound tap on a Danish rock failed to curl enough.
Switzerland’s Ott, a bronze medallist in 2008, finished 6-5 along with German veteran Andrea Schöpp. Scotland’s Eve Muirhead and Russia’s Liudmila Privivkova were 5-6, and McCormick was a dismal 4-7, a game in front of Korea’s Mi-Yeon Kim. Norway’s Marianne Rørvik and Diana Gaspari of Italy each finished with one win in 11 starts. FRANCES BRODIE AWARD WINNERS 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989
Marianne Rørvik Mirjam Ott Lindsay Wood Junko Sonobe Cassie Johnson Madeleine Dupont Dordi Nordby Mi-Yeon Kim Ann Swisshelm Silver Rhona Martin Marianne Aspelin Jackie Lockhart Jaana Jokela* Kirsty Hay Ayako Ishigaki Helena Blach-Lavrsen Jaana Jokela* Amy Hatten Wright Veronika Huber Almut Hege-Scholl Christina Lestander
Norway Switzerland Scotland Japan United States Denmark Norway Korea United States Scotland Norway Scotland Finland Scotland Japan Denmark Finland United States Austria Germany Switzerland
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China Canada Canada Sweden Sweden Canada United States
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Canada Canada Sweden
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Bingyu Wang, Yin Liu, Qingshuang Yue, Yan Zhou Jennifer Jones, Cathy Overton-Clapham, Jill Officer, Dawn Askin Kelly Scott, Jeanna Schraeder, Sasha Carter, Renee Simons Anette Norberg, Eva Lund, Cathrine Lindahl, Anna Svärd Anette Norberg, Eva Lund, Cathrine Lindahl, Anna Bergström Colleen Jones, Kim Kelly, Mary-Anne Arsenault, Nancy Delahunt Debbie McCormick, Allison Pottinger, Ann Swisshelm Silver, Tracy Sachtjen Jackie Lockhart, Sheila Swan, Katriona Fairweather, Anne Laird Colleen Jones, Kim Kelly, Mary-Anne Waye, Nancy Delahunt Kelley Law, Julie Skinner, Georgina Wheatcroft, Diane Nelson Elisabet Gustafson, Katarina Nyberg, Lousie Marmont, Elisabeth Persson Elisabet Gustafson, Katarina Nyberg, Louise Marmont, Elisabeth Persson Sandra Schmirler, Jan Betker, Joan McCusker, Marcia Gudereit Marilyn Bodogh, Kim Gellard, Corie Beveridge, Jane Hooper Perroud Elisabet Gustafson, Katarina Nyberg, Louise Marmont, Elisabeth Persson Sandra Schmirler, Jan Betker, Joan McCusker, Marcia Gudereit Sandra Schmirler, Jan Betker, Joan McCusker, Marcia Gudereit Elisabet Gustafson, Katarina Nyberg, Louise Marmont, Elisabeth Persson Dordi Nordby, Hanne Pettersen, Mette Halvorsen, Anne Jotun Dordi Nordby, Hanne Pettersen, Mette Halvorsen, Anne Jotun Heather Houston, Lorraine Lang, Diane Adams, Tracy Kennedy Andrea Schöpp, Almut Scholl, Monika Wagner, Suzanne Fink Pat Sanders, Georgina Hawkes, Louise Herlinveaux, Deb Massullo Marilyn Bodogh, Kathy McEdwards, Chris Jurgenson, Jan Augustyn Linda Moore, Lindsay Sparkes, Debbie Jones, Laurie Carney Connie Laliberte, Chris More, Corinne Peters, Janet Arnott Erika Mueller, Barbara Meyer, Barbara Meier, Christina Wirz Marianne Jörgensen, Helena Blach, Astrid Birnbaum, Jette Olsen Elisabeth Högström, Carina Olsson, Birgitta Sewik, Karin Sjögren Marj Mitchell, Nancy Kerr, Shirley McKendry, Wendy Leach Gaby Casanova, Rosie Manger, Linda Thommen, Betty Bourguin
FRANCES BRODIE AWARD
Skip Marianne Rørvik of Norway is the 2009 winner of the Frances Brodie Award. The award winner is selected annually by competitors in the World Women’s Curling Championship as the player who best combines playing ability with sportsmanship. The award was named in honour of Scotland’s Frances Brodie, one of curling’s pioneering women. Brodie helped establish the women’s world championship and chaired the first such event in Perth, Scotland, in 1979. The award was presented for the first time in 1989.
The Royal Caledonian Curling Club’s Sheila Miller, left, presents the 2009 Frances Brodie Award to Norwegian skip Marianne Rørvik. The award was first presented in 1989.
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