Russian kerlingistki for the second time became champions of Europe

Russian Women’s Curling Team for the second time in the history of the European Championships won gold, beating Scotland in the final team.

  • Russian kerlingistki
  • Russian kerlingistki

MOSCOW, Dec. 15 — R-Sport. Russian Women’s Curling Team for the second time in history won gold European Championship, beating Scotland in the final team.

The crucial meeting, which took place on Saturday in the Swedish Karlstad, ended with the score 6:5. Russians drew up a victory in the first extra-endemic.

Russian women’s team at the tournament are as follows: Anna Sidorova, Ludmila Privivkova, Margarita Fomina, Ekaterina Galkina and reserve player Nkeiruka Ezeh.

Russians won the first gold of the European Championship in 2006.

 

 

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