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Member, Team North America

Team World
 
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  • Team Davos iFAS
  • Switerland

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    Team Europe
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Jennifer went on to beat Team ...
www.wfgreview.com, 17 Jan 2013 [cached]
Jennifer went on to beat Team World's Mirjam Ott.
In the other final-round games, Team ...
www.pentictonwesternnews.com, 14 Jan 2013 [cached]
In the other final-round games, Team North America's Jennifer Jones downed Team World's Mirjam Ott 4-1, while Team North America's Kevin Martin prevailed 3.5-1.5 over Team World's Eve Muirhead.
World Curling Federation - Team North America take lead after Day 2 of 2013 WFG Continental Cup
www.worldcurling.org, 11 Jan 2012 [cached]
Jennifer Jones, from Canada, scored two points in the seventh end to tie their game with Team World's Mirjam Ott, from Switzerland.
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Ott however was wide with her last-stone double-takeout attempt to give Jones and her team a stolen point, a 6-5 victory and another vital point for Team North America.
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Afterwards, Jones said: "Mirjam played fantastic the whole game and basically just missed one shot.
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However it wasn't a clean sweep for Team North America as Team World's Mirjam Ott, from Switzerland, defeated Jennifer Jones and her team from Canada 18-11, which earned Team World a solitary point.
European Curling Federation: Latest News
www.ecf-web.org, 5 Feb 2011 [cached]
Host nation Switzerland landed a bronze double when Mirjam Ott led their women's team to a 9-5 win over Russia's Ludmila Privivkova, and Christof Schwaller was a 7-4 winner over Germany's Andy Kapp.
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"We tried to score two but in the end we just messed up with some stones in the middle, we tried to hold the middle open but we pushed one of Germany's stones and it was really hard for us to eliminate this shot," said Ott after the game. "We have had an awesome week here. We had to medal for the final qualification for the Olympics, so we can still be proud, but in the first five minutes, it's a disappointment," Ott added.
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This means that Schöpp, who has won this title five times previously - the first being twenty years ago - now faces defending champion Mirjam Ott from Switzerland, who moved straight to the final after her Page play-off victory against Denmark on Thursday.
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Switzerland's Mirjam Ott defeated defending Olympic
and European champion Anette Norberg of Sweden 5-4 to win women's gold at the
Le Gruyère European Curling Championships 2008.
The win was monumental for Ott, the only curler in the world with two Olympic
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And the victory was the third over Norberg in as many days for Ott, Carmen
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"That's cool," said Ott.
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draw behind a guard and Ott made a come-around takeout for the victory.
Ott was the last woman to score European gold for Switzerland, at Copenhagen in
1996. That year she defeated Norberg's predecessor among Swedish curling
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Norberg will have to play each end like the end of the semifinal in Saturday's championship game against Switzerland's Mirjam Ott. Despite having lost to Norberg up to 10 times in the past five years -- including in the 2006 Olympic gold medal game -- Ott has defeated Norberg twice in the past three days and seems to be no longer intimidated by one of the strongest women's teams in curling history.
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Switzerland's Mirjam Ott is in the women's final, and awaits the winner of the women's Friday night semifinal between Sweden's much-decorated Anette Norberg and Denmark's Angelina Jensen.
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Norway's Thomas Ulsrud and Switzerland's Mirjam Ott have both qualified for their respective finals at the Le Gruyère European Curling Championships 2008 at Swedbank Arena.
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In the first playoff round Thursday night, Ulsrud made a late charge to subdue Germany's Andy Kapp 9-7 and Ott defeated Sweden's hometown heroine Anette Norberg by an 8-4 count.
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It was the second time in as many days in which Ott defeated the Swedes, reversing nearly five years of losses ranging from Tour events to the 2006 Olympic final.
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Switzerland's Mirjam Ott beat the Netherlands 8-3 to finish 7-2 along with Sweden, with the Swiss securing first place.
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Gaspari has already beaten Switzerland's Mirjam Ott and Germany's Andrea Schoepp.
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On the women's side, Scotland's Kelly Wood lost her second game in a row, this time 7-4 to Switzerland's Mirjam Ott.
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Italy's Diana Gaspari also pulled an upset, defeating Switerland's Mirjam Ott (1-2) by a 7-4 count.
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"We took the teams to three events, and we had two training days per week plus weekends," said Swiss national coach Heinz Schmidt, who oversees Karnusian and the women's team, skipped by two-time Olympic silver medallist Mirjam Ott.
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Swiss women's powerhouse Mirjam Ott, who finished fourth in 2007.
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Russia then lost to the Italians in the first "Page" playoff game 7-5 but recovered to defeat Switzerland's Mirjam Ott 7-5 in the semi-final.
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Her victory over Mirjam Ott of Switzerland (herself a former European Champion) was hard fought.
News Items 0-829
peicurling.com, 1 July 2008 [cached]
The other World skips are Switzerland's 2002 and 2006 Olympic silver medallist and 2008 world bronze medallist Mirjam Ott, who was also a member of Team Europe when winning the 2006 Continental Cup, and Norway's Thomas Ulsrud, bronze medallist at the 2006 and 2008 world men's and runner-up to Murdoch at the 2007 European championship.
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Switzerland skip Mirjam Ott also won the Frances Brodie Award, voted by her fellow curlers to the player who best exhibits sportsmanship and ability.
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The Japanese then went on to play Switzerland's Mirjam Ott in the bronze medal game Saturday evening, with Switzerland winning by a 9-7 score.
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VERNON, B.C. -- In a week that's put Asian curling in the spotlight like never before, Japan's Moe Meguro continued to write an unlikely script with a stunning 6-4 win over Switzerland's Mirjam Ott in the Page Playoff 3 vs 4 game here at the Ford World Womens Curling Championship Friday afternoon.
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The Swiss battled back with a deuce in eight and a steal in nine and Ott had Meguro in serious trouble in the tenth end, with a Swiss rock on the four-foot, all kinds of guards out front and a chance to put one more guard up with her last.
But Ott's guard never curled enough and it left the Swiss counter half-exposed, allowing Meguro with the last rock of the game to tap it out the back of the house and stick around for the win.
The Japanese seemed just as surprised with their victory as everyone else was that they had just beaten the two-time Olympic silver medallist skip from Switzerland.
"Yeah, I can't believe it," said Japan third Mari Motohashi, who curled a sizzling 94 percent against Ott.
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China kept pace with a narrow 6-5 victory over Germany's Andrea Schoepp, while Switzerland's Mirjam Ott was also a winner, dropping Russia's Liudmila Privivkova 9-4.
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That puts them into a tie for second place with Switzerland's Mirjam Ott, who was a 7-4 winner over USA's Debbie McCormick.
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In other games Wednesday afternoon, China's Bingyu Wang -- the last undefeated team in the field -- finally suffered a loss, falling 9-7 to Switzerland's Mirjam Ott.
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Ott broke open a tight game with a five-ender in the eighth.
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Ott improved to 7-2 with the victory.
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The loss dropped Canada to 5-1 and puts them in a tie for second place with Switzerland's Mirjam Ott. Ott kept pace with an 8-4 win over Scotland Tuesday morning.
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VERNON, B.C. -- Canada's Jennifer Jones kicked off her 2008 Ford Womens World Curling Championship on a winning note here Saturday night, dropping Switzerland's Mirjam Ott 6-3.
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Trailing 5-3 in the tenth end, Ott actually had a circus triple-takeout for a possible game-tying deuce with the last rock of the game but she was only able to remove one of the Canada stones.
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Ott said she was pleased with how her team played, particularly in what she characterized as a difficult environment before a boisterous crowd at the Greater Vernon Multiplex.
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