[[2:63.1252]]
/var/www/vhosts/curlingzone.com/httpdocs/forums/includes/teams/5553games_team133217.xml:exists
if (intval(9516) == intval(9516)):

(0)In their opening game, Koe defeated SooHyuk Kim (Seoul, KOR) 6-5
if (intval(9516) == intval(9516)):

(0)In their opening game, Koe defeated SooHyuk Kim (Seoul, KOR) 6-5(1), then won 11-3 against Sergei Glukhov (Sochi, RUS)
if (intval(9516) == intval(9516)):

(0)In their opening game, Koe defeated SooHyuk Kim (Seoul, KOR) 6-5(1), then won 11-3 against Sergei Glukhov (Sochi, RUS)(2) and 9-5 against Joel Retornaz (Trentino, ITA)
if (intval(9516) == intval(9516)):

(0)In their opening game, Koe defeated SooHyuk Kim (Seoul, KOR) 6-5(1), then won 11-3 against Sergei Glukhov (Sochi, RUS)(2) and 9-5 against Joel Retornaz (Trentino, ITA)(3). Koe won 8-6 against Qiang Zou (Beijing, CHN)
if (intval(9516) == intval(9516)):

(0)In their opening game, Koe defeated SooHyuk Kim (Seoul, KOR) 6-5(1), then won 11-3 against Sergei Glukhov (Sochi, RUS)(2) and 9-5 against Joel Retornaz (Trentino, ITA)(3). Koe won 8-6 against Qiang Zou (Beijing, CHN)(4). Koe won 10-2 against Magnus Ramsfjell (Oslo, NOR)
if (intval(9516) == intval(9516)):

(0)In their opening game, Koe defeated SooHyuk Kim (Seoul, KOR) 6-5(1), then won 11-3 against Sergei Glukhov (Sochi, RUS)(2) and 9-5 against Joel Retornaz (Trentino, ITA)(3). Koe won 8-6 against Qiang Zou (Beijing, CHN)(4). Koe won 10-2 against Magnus Ramsfjell (Oslo, NOR)(5). Koe won 7-4 against Marc Muskatewitz (Baden Baden, GER)
if (intval(9516) == intval(9516)):

(0)In their opening game, Koe defeated SooHyuk Kim (Seoul, KOR) 6-5(1), then won 11-3 against Sergei Glukhov (Sochi, RUS)(2) and 9-5 against Joel Retornaz (Trentino, ITA)(3). Koe won 8-6 against Qiang Zou (Beijing, CHN)(4). Koe won 10-2 against Magnus Ramsfjell (Oslo, NOR)(5). Koe won 7-4 against Marc Muskatewitz (Baden Baden, GER)(6). Koe lost their next game 9-3 to Yuta Matsumura (Sapporo, JPN)
if (intval(9516) == intval(9516)):

(0)In their opening game, Koe defeated SooHyuk Kim (Seoul, KOR) 6-5(1), then won 11-3 against Sergei Glukhov (Sochi, RUS)(2) and 9-5 against Joel Retornaz (Trentino, ITA)(3). Koe won 8-6 against Qiang Zou (Beijing, CHN)(4). Koe won 10-2 against Magnus Ramsfjell (Oslo, NOR)(5). Koe won 7-4 against Marc Muskatewitz (Baden Baden, GER)(6). Koe lost their next game 9-3 to Yuta Matsumura (Sapporo, JPN)(1). Koe lost 9-4 to Edin
if (intval(9516) == intval(9516)):

(0)In their opening game, Koe defeated SooHyuk Kim (Seoul, KOR) 6-5(1), then won 11-3 against Sergei Glukhov (Sochi, RUS)(2) and 9-5 against Joel Retornaz (Trentino, ITA)(3). Koe won 8-6 against Qiang Zou (Beijing, CHN)(4). Koe won 10-2 against Magnus Ramsfjell (Oslo, NOR)(5). Koe won 7-4 against Marc Muskatewitz (Baden Baden, GER)(6). Koe lost their next game 9-3 to Yuta Matsumura (Sapporo, JPN)(1). Koe lost 9-4 to Edin(2) responding with a 6-3 win over John Shuster (Duluth, USA)
if (intval(9516) == intval(9516)):

(0)In their opening game, Koe defeated SooHyuk Kim (Seoul, KOR) 6-5(1), then won 11-3 against Sergei Glukhov (Sochi, RUS)(2) and 9-5 against Joel Retornaz (Trentino, ITA)(3). Koe won 8-6 against Qiang Zou (Beijing, CHN)(4). Koe won 10-2 against Magnus Ramsfjell (Oslo, NOR)(5). Koe won 7-4 against Marc Muskatewitz (Baden Baden, GER)(6). Koe lost their next game 9-3 to Yuta Matsumura (Sapporo, JPN)(1). Koe lost 9-4 to Edin(2) responding with a 6-3 win over John Shuster (Duluth, USA)(1). Koe lost their next game 8-6 to Mouat
if (intval(9516) == intval(9516)):

(0)In their opening game, Koe defeated SooHyuk Kim (Seoul, KOR) 6-5(1), then won 11-3 against Sergei Glukhov (Sochi, RUS)(2) and 9-5 against Joel Retornaz (Trentino, ITA)(3). Koe won 8-6 against Qiang Zou (Beijing, CHN)(4). Koe won 10-2 against Magnus Ramsfjell (Oslo, NOR)(5). Koe won 7-4 against Marc Muskatewitz (Baden Baden, GER)(6). Koe lost their next game 9-3 to Yuta Matsumura (Sapporo, JPN)(1). Koe lost 9-4 to Edin(2) responding with a 6-3 win over John Shuster (Duluth, USA)(1). Koe lost their next game 8-6 to Mouat(1). Koe responded with a 10-3 win over De Cruz
if (intval(9516) == intval(9516)):

(0)In their opening game, Koe defeated SooHyuk Kim (Seoul, KOR) 6-5(1), then won 11-3 against Sergei Glukhov (Sochi, RUS)(2) and 9-5 against Joel Retornaz (Trentino, ITA)(3). Koe won 8-6 against Qiang Zou (Beijing, CHN)(4). Koe won 10-2 against Magnus Ramsfjell (Oslo, NOR)(5). Koe won 7-4 against Marc Muskatewitz (Baden Baden, GER)(6). Koe lost their next game 9-3 to Yuta Matsumura (Sapporo, JPN)(1). Koe lost 9-4 to Edin(2) responding with a 6-3 win over John Shuster (Duluth, USA)(1). Koe lost their next game 8-6 to Mouat(1). Koe responded with a 10-3 win over De Cruz(1). Koe won 6-5 against Jaap van Dorp (Zoetermeer, NED)
if (intval(9516) == intval(9517)):

(0)In their opening game, Koe defeated SooHyuk Kim (Seoul, KOR) 6-5(1), then won 11-3 against Sergei Glukhov (Sochi, RUS)(2) and 9-5 against Joel Retornaz (Trentino, ITA)(3). Koe won 8-6 against Qiang Zou (Beijing, CHN)(4). Koe won 10-2 against Magnus Ramsfjell (Oslo, NOR)(5). Koe won 7-4 against Marc Muskatewitz (Baden Baden, GER)(6). Koe lost their next game 9-3 to Yuta Matsumura (Sapporo, JPN)(1). Koe lost 9-4 to Edin(2) responding with a 6-3 win over John Shuster (Duluth, USA)(1). Koe lost their next game 8-6 to Mouat(1). Koe responded with a 10-3 win over De Cruz(1). Koe won 6-5 against Jaap van Dorp (Zoetermeer, NED)(0)
if (intval(9516) == intval(9517)):

(0)In their opening game, Koe defeated SooHyuk Kim (Seoul, KOR) 6-5(1), then won 11-3 against Sergei Glukhov (Sochi, RUS)(2) and 9-5 against Joel Retornaz (Trentino, ITA)(3). Koe won 8-6 against Qiang Zou (Beijing, CHN)(4). Koe won 10-2 against Magnus Ramsfjell (Oslo, NOR)(5). Koe won 7-4 against Marc Muskatewitz (Baden Baden, GER)(6). Koe lost their next game 9-3 to Yuta Matsumura (Sapporo, JPN)(1). Koe lost 9-4 to Edin(2) responding with a 6-3 win over John Shuster (Duluth, USA)(1). Koe lost their next game 8-6 to Mouat(1). Koe responded with a 10-3 win over De Cruz(1). Koe won 6-5 against Jaap van Dorp (Zoetermeer, NED)(0)(0)
if (intval(9516) == intval(9517)):

(0)In their opening game, Koe defeated SooHyuk Kim (Seoul, KOR) 6-5(1), then won 11-3 against Sergei Glukhov (Sochi, RUS)(2) and 9-5 against Joel Retornaz (Trentino, ITA)(3). Koe won 8-6 against Qiang Zou (Beijing, CHN)(4). Koe won 10-2 against Magnus Ramsfjell (Oslo, NOR)(5). Koe won 7-4 against Marc Muskatewitz (Baden Baden, GER)(6). Koe lost their next game 9-3 to Yuta Matsumura (Sapporo, JPN)(1). Koe lost 9-4 to Edin(2) responding with a 6-3 win over John Shuster (Duluth, USA)(1). Koe lost their next game 8-6 to Mouat(1). Koe responded with a 10-3 win over De Cruz(1). Koe won 6-5 against Jaap van Dorp (Zoetermeer, NED)(0)(0)(0) Koe Runner-Up at Pioneer Hi-Bred World Men's Curling Championship

World Curling Report

Curling Scores

W: King Cash Spiel
Maple Ridge, BC
Teams | Scores | Standings | Playoffs
Draw: CF -- Sun, Sep 15 -- 3:30pm PT
Kristen Ryan
Sarah Daniels

Final
(8)
M: King Cash Spiel
Maple Ridge, BC
Teams | Scores | Standings | Playoffs
Draw: CF -- Sun, Sep 15 -- 3:30pm PT
Jim Cotter
Sean Geall

Final
(8)
J: CanAM MJCT Spiel
Grand Fords, ND
Teams | Scores | Standings | Playoffs
Draw: CF -- Sun, Sep 15 -- 12:00pm CT
Jordon Johnson
Jack Hykaway

Final
(7)
J: CanAM MJCT Spiel
Grand Forks, ND
Teams | Scores | Standings | Playoffs
Draw: CF -- Sun, Sep 15 -- 12:00pm CT
Mackenzie Zacharias
Grace Beaudry

Final
(4)
Full Scoreboard  |  Play Fantasy Pick'em!  

Koe Runner-Up at Pioneer Hi-Bred World Men's Curling Championship

Mar 30 - Apr 7, 2019

Calgary, Canada
Games: 15  
Record: 11W - 4L  
PF/G: 7.69  
PA/G: 6.08  
Hammer Efficiency: 0.47  
Steal Defense: 0.12  
Force Efficiency: 0.64  
Steal Efficiency: 0.15  
Kevin Koe (Calgary, CAN) lost 7-2 to Niklas Edin (Karlstad, SWE) in the Final of the Pioneer Hi-Bred World Men's Curling Championship in Lethbridge, Alberta. To advance to the championship game, Koe won 6-5 over Peter De Cruz (Geneve, SUI) in the semifinals. and won 6-5 over Bruce Mouat (Stirling, SCO) in the quarterfinals.
 
Jaap van Dorp (Zoetermeer, NED) went 9-3 in the 13 team qualifying round. (0)In their opening game, Koe defeated SooHyuk Kim (Seoul, KOR) 6-5(1), then won 11-3 against Sergei Glukhov (Sochi, RUS)(2) and 9-5 against Joel Retornaz (Trentino, ITA)(3). Koe won 8-6 against Qiang Zou (Beijing, CHN)(4). Koe won 10-2 against Magnus Ramsfjell (Oslo, NOR)(5). Koe won 7-4 against Marc Muskatewitz (Baden Baden, GER)(6). Koe lost their next game 9-3 to Yuta Matsumura (Sapporo, JPN)(1). Koe lost 9-4 to Edin(2) responding with a 6-3 win over John Shuster (Duluth, USA)(1). Koe lost their next game 8-6 to Mouat(1). Koe responded with a 10-3 win over De Cruz(1). Koe won 6-5 against Jaap van Dorp (Zoetermeer, NED) in their final qualifying round match.
 
With their runner-up finish at the Pioneer Hi-Bred World Men's Curling Championship, Koe take home 63.125 world rankings points along with the $12CDN prize, remaining in 1st place overall on the World Ranking Standings with a net gain of 31.447 after improving upon their best so far this season. Koe ranks 1st overall on the Year-to-Date rankings with 462.853 points earned so far this season.
 

Curling Scores

W: King Cash Spiel
Maple Ridge, BC
Teams | Scores | Standings | Playoffs
Draw: CF -- Sun, Sep 15 -- 3:30pm PT
Kristen Ryan
Sarah Daniels

Final
(8)
M: King Cash Spiel
Maple Ridge, BC
Teams | Scores | Standings | Playoffs
Draw: CF -- Sun, Sep 15 -- 3:30pm PT
Jim Cotter
Sean Geall

Final
(8)
J: CanAM MJCT Spiel
Grand Fords, ND
Teams | Scores | Standings | Playoffs
Draw: CF -- Sun, Sep 15 -- 12:00pm CT
Jordon Johnson
Jack Hykaway

Final
(7)
J: CanAM MJCT Spiel
Grand Forks, ND
Teams | Scores | Standings | Playoffs
Draw: CF -- Sun, Sep 15 -- 12:00pm CT
Mackenzie Zacharias
Grace Beaudry

Final
(4)
Full Scoreboard  |  Play Fantasy Pick'em!  

Recent News

Recent
Jang/Seong wins New Zealand Winter Games Mixed Doubles

Jang/Seong wins New Zealand Winter Games Mixed Doubles

World Curling Tour Release -- Korea's Team Hyeji Jang and Yujin Seong have won the gold medal at the Mixed Doubles Curling Tournament fuelled by Forsyth Barr.

Curling Blogs

Facebook Feed

Twitter Feed

To top ↑