1st Ever International Curling Tournament "Tallinn"
My name is Fred Randver and I
welcome to the 1st Ever International
Curling Tournament held in Tallinn,
Estonia. Estonian Curling Association
along with Jeti Ice Arena and team of
helpers is delighted to invite you to
The place, where tournament will be held is the former Soviet Union missile factory which houses one curling rink of 5 sheets, one ice hockey rink and one rink dedicated for public skaters.
We started curling in Estonia few years ago, but the real boom started when we built two dedicated sheets only for curling (thanks to large part of WCF help of course) in November 2004. Now approximately over 4 000 Estonians have
tried this new sport. Last season we had championships in 3 categories (9 men, 4 women and 8 mix teams took part of Estonian championships).
All this is due to the hard work of a local curling players and the many like you who come to help support. Thank you and see you in Tallinn!
System of Play
20 teams will be divided into 2 groups and will play 2 group games by Schenkel system. After 2 group games all teams will be re-divided to three final groups, according to rank (criteria: points, ends, stones). All games will be played according to WCF rules. Each game has time limit of 1.50. Tournament starts on Friday 9.00 am, finishes on Saturday around 7.00 pm. Saturday evening is prize giving, speeches and then party all night! We will have a banquet at around 9.00
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Where you can register:
Simply send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or call at: (+372) 52 71 654. The deadline is 19th September, but the registration rule is the first come first served.
Entry fee: 200 EUR for each team (including banquet and sauna facility during tournament). The fee has to be paid one week before the start of the tournament - October 7th.
Maximum number of teams: 20. Five games are quaranteed for each
Managing Director of Jeti Ice Arena
Estonian Curling Association
Chief Umpire of the Tournment.