We would like to invite you to the 3rd Mixed Doubles Łódź - a Mixed Doubles World Curling Tourevent taking place in Poland.
The event will be played in the new Curling Łódź arena - a state of the art, 4-sheet dedicated curling facility opened in August 2018. ISS Ice, Sports and Solar provided top level freezing system for our curling rink.
🏆 Past champions:
▫️2018: Judith McCleary/Lee McCleary (Scotland)
▫️2019: Ildikó Szekeres/György Nagy (Hungary)
▪️ Dates: Dec 3 - 6, 2020
▪️ Place: Curling Łódź arena, ul. Śnieżna 10, 92-103 Łódź, Poland
▪️ Number of teams: 24
▪️ Prize money: 2500 EUR
▪️ Entry fee: 250 EUR
▪️ System of play: groups + QF, SF, F (five games guaranteed)
▪️ 30-minute practice on Thursday (9:45, 10:15, 10:45, 12:15, 12:45 or 13:15)
▪️ First game: Thursday 15:30, 18:00 or 20:30
▪️ Registration: online form
▪️ Registration deadline: Oct 2, 2020
▪️ E-mail: email@example.com
▪️ facebook event page
Current situation in Poland is considered safe and as of now (June 2020) it is allowed to organize sport events up to 150 participants ✅
Polish borders are expected to be opened mid-June.
All necessary safety precautions will be observed.
A complete list of participating teams and the games schedule will be published immediately after the registration deadline. Some confirmations might be sent out earlier and the list of confirmed teams will be available on this website. If necessary, the organizing committee reserves the right to select teams based of WCT rankings. Entry fee must be paid no later than Oct 26, 2020 (bank transfer details will be provided in an email in the second week of October). Entry fee will not be refunded for any withdrawals made after Nov 16, 2020. Any refunds requested before that date will be charged with an administrative fee of 12 EUR.
Please note that successful submition of the entry form will be confirmed with an automated email. If you have not received a message from us after submitting a registration form, please let us know on: firstname.lastname@example.org
System of play and prize fund might change if less than 24 teams participate.
About the city of Łódź
Łódź (pronounced “woodge”) is Poland’s third biggest city, located just 135 km south-west of Warsaw. Once a textile industry hub, it is now a vibrant, modern city with it’s 19th century castle-like weaving mills and eclectic palaces of rich industrialists turned into lofts, hotels, cafes, restaurants, boutiques, museums, schools and offices. The famous Piotrkowska street, which runs for over 5 kilometres, is one of the longest commercial street is the world. The massive renovated cotton factory complex, "Manufaktura", is one of the best examples of Łódź's industrial architecture. With numerous restaurants and cafes, 4-star hotel, shopping mall, cinema and an art museum it is a recognizable city landmark.
Łódź airport has direct flights from Munich, London Stansted, East Midlands and Dublin. It is also possible to reach Łódź by flying to nearby Warsaw Chopin Airport and taking a train, a bus or renting a car.
Aneta Lipińska (Skip), Konrad Stych
György Nagy (Skip), Ildikó Szekeres
Harri Lill (Skip), Karoliine Kaare
Adela Walczak (Skip), Andrzej Augustyniak
Dorottya Palancsa (Skip), Zsolt Kiss
Julie Zelingrova (Skip), Vit Chabicovsky
Michal Paszek (Skip), Agnieszka Paszek
Ján Horáček (Skip), Nina Summerová
Ewa Nogły (Skip), Paweł Hertman
Zuzanna Rybicka (Skip), Bartosz Dzikowski
Valentýna Dušková (Skip), David Škácha
José Manuel Sangüesa Anzano (Skip), Nerea Torralba Viela
Katarzyna Markiewicz (Skip), Marcin Senderski
Jeremi Telak (Skip), Julia Dyderska
Wojtas / Marek
Justyna Wojtas (Skip), Marcin Marek
Borys Jasiecki (Skip), Marta Blacha