Bridget Becker

Bridget Becker (2010)
Bridget Becker
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Club Ranfurly CC
International Record
 World Mixed Doubles
2008 Cortina D'Ampezzo  8th
2010 Chelyabinsk  2nd 
2011 St Paul 14th
Pacific-Asia Womens
1998 Qualicum Beach 2nd
1999 Tokoro 3rd
2000 Esquimalt 3rd
2001 Jeonju 4th
2002 Queenstown 3rd
2003 Aomori 3rd
2004 Chuncheon 4th
2005 Taipei 4th
2006 Tokyo 4th
2007 Beijing 5th
2008 Naseby 4th
2009 Karuizawa 4th
2010 Uiseong 4th
2012 Naseby 5th
Winter Games NZ Womens
2009 Naseby 4th
Winter Games NZ Mixed Doubles
2011 Naseby 3rd
2013 Naseby ("NZL "A") 2nd
Karuizawa Invitational
2010 Karuizawa 6th
New Zealand Titles
NZ Womens
2005-2010, 2012
NZ Mixed Doubles
2007, 2009-2011
New Zealand Teams
NZ Womens
NZ Mixed Doubles
2008, 2010-2011

Bridget Becker played in the National Women's team every year from 1998 until 2010 and was the side's skip from 2001.

In that time Bridget played at 12 Pacific Championships, winning a silver medal in 1998 as well as 4 bronze.

She skipped her team to every National Women's championship since the first separate Women's tournament in 2005 through until 2010.

Like her brother Sean (NZ Men's skip through most of 2000-2010) curling is in the blood, with both her father and grandfather being NZ representatives and Life Members of the NZ Curling Association.

Bridget and Sean won the inaugural New Zealand Mixed Doubles title in 2007 and were the NZ team at the first World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship in 2008 where they finished eighth.

They won the NZ title again in 2009 and represented their country at the 2010 World tournament in Chelyabinsk, Russia, finishing second. Their silver medal was the first time a New Zealand team had won a medal at any World Curling Championship.

NZ win 2010 World Mixed Doubles silver at Chelyabinsk
From left: 2010 World Mixed Doubles Curling silver medallists Sean Becker and Bridget Becker (New Zealand) with coach Scott Becker. Photo: World Curling Federation / Goran Roxin

Bridget at the 2010 World Mixed Doubles championships opening ceremony
Bridget Becker and Zhipeng Shang (China) sweeping during a demonstration game at the opening of the 2010 World Mixed Doubles and World Seniors Curling Championships in Chelyabinsk, Russia. Hugh Millikin (Australia) is the skip.