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2011 Winter Games NZ
The second 100% Pure NZ Winter Games featured Men's, Women's and Mixed Doubles competitions.

Double gold for Korea at WGNZ PDF Print E-mail

Naseby, 28 August 2011 – It was Korea’s day today as they received Gold Medals in both the Men’s and Women’s Fours at the 100% Pure NZ Winter Games curling events. In both matches the Koreans beat the round-robin topping Chinese teams.

Hungary took Gold in the Mixed Doubles. The Hungarian husband and wife team of Gyorgy Nagy and Ildiko Szekeres, World silver medalists in 2009, beat Japan in the final of one of the strongest fields ever assembled outside the World Championships.

Playoff rounds at WGNZ PDF Print E-mail

Naseby, 27 August 2011 – The pressure was on for the players at Naseby's Maniototo International Curling Rink during today's semi-final action at the 100% Pure NZ Winter Games.

Twelve teams were vying for places in tomorrow's Gold Medal matches in the Women's Fours, Men's Fours and Mixed Doubles competitions.

A familar curling family PDF Print E-mail

3 News report on a familiar curling family flying the flag for New Zealand at the 100% Pure NZ Winter Games. See the video clip...

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Tiebreakers required at Winter Games PDF Print E-mail

Naseby, 26 August 2011 – There was plenty of tension at the Maniototo Curling International ice rink today as the sides fought for a place in the semi-finals of the 100% Pure NZ Winter Games.

The Mixed Doubles round robin ended with a real log jam at the top of the leaderboard. Five teams finished with a 5 win - 3 loss record, forcing a tiebreaker to find who would be the four to go through to the semi-finals and who would miss out.

Switzerland show they mean business at WGNZ Mixed Doubles PDF Print E-mail

Naseby, 25 August 2011 – Switzerland have had strong wins in their last two games of the Mixed Doubles curling event at the 100% Pure New Zealand Winter Games.

They now sit at the top of the leaderboard with New Zealand after 5 wins from their eight round robin matches. NZ have a game in hand.

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