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4 february 2019
The Way It Was: the 2019 WCT Moscow Classic-World Curling Tour at GUM Ice Rink
The WCT Moscow Classic-World Curling Tour competition, involving leading international teams, took place in the very heart of Moscow, in Red Square, from February 1 through February 3.
Five leading international men’s teams from the USA, Sweden, Switzerland, the Czech Republic and Italy, as well as five Russian teams participated in the event at the GUM Ice Rink in Red Square.
The ice of the rink underwent special treatment by a team of experienced ice makers. Four lines were prepared for the competition, another two lines – for spectators and fans. Everyone was able to participate in free workshops held by prominent Russian athletes during the competitions. The latter included a number of decorated masters of sport, internationally renowned sportspeople, winners of European and world championships: Anastasia Bryzgalova, Alina Kovaleva, Uliana Vasileva, Ekaterina Kuzmina, Ekaterina Galkina and Ekaterina Antonova.
Despite the changing weather conditions, the tournament organization was flawless thanks to the efforts of ice makers who worked 24/7 on the ice, preserving it from snow and rain damage.
The first Russian national team headed by Sergey Glukhoy won the tournament, second place went to the Saint Petersburg team headed by Alexey Timofeyev. The second Russian national team headed by Mikhail Vasykov and the Czech Republic team headed by David Chick competed for third place with the latter triumphantly winning bronze. The two Moscow teams headed by Alexander Kirikov and Herman Doronin, respectively, finished eighth and ninth.
Russian Curling Federation President Dmitry Svishchev noted that “we held a fine, emotionally satisfying tournament in the very heart of Moscow! All the participants were overwhelmed by positive emotions, and I am sure that the foreign delegations will visit us in the future. It is great to see so many people come out to cheer on the strongest male teams of Europe and the world. Our promotional curling lines were always receiving visitors. Curling is becoming more and more popular, and that is very much a cause for celebration!”
The international tournament at GUM Ice Rink was hosted by the Russian Curling Federation, the New League Association supported by the Russian Federation Ministry of Sport, the Moscow Department of Physical Culture and Sport, the World Champions Tour (WCT), and Bosco Di Ciliegi.

4 february
The Way It Was: the 2019 WCT Moscow Classic-World Curling Tour at GUM Ice Rink
The WCT Moscow Classic-World Curling Tour competition, involving leading international teams, took place in the very heart of Moscow, in Red Square, from February 1 through February 3.
Five leading international men’s teams from the USA, Sweden, Switzerland, the Czech Republic and Italy, as well as five Russian teams participated in the event at the GUM Ice Rink in Red Square.
The ice of the rink underwent special treatment by a team of experienced ice makers. Four lines were prepared for the competition, another two lines – for spectators and fans. Everyone was able to participate in free workshops held by prominent Russian athletes during the competitions. The latter included a number of decorated masters of sport, internationally renowned sportspeople, winners of European and world championships: Anastasia Bryzgalova, Alina Kovaleva, Uliana Vasileva, Ekaterina Kuzmina, Ekaterina Galkina and Ekaterina Antonova.
Despite the changing weather conditions, the tournament organization was flawless thanks to the efforts of ice makers who worked 24/7 on the ice, preserving it from snow and rain damage.
The first Russian national team headed by Sergey Glukhoy won the tournament, second place went to the Saint Petersburg team headed by Alexey Timofeyev. The second Russian national team headed by Mikhail Vasykov and the Czech Republic team headed by David Chick competed for third place with the latter triumphantly winning bronze. The two Moscow teams headed by Alexander Kirikov and Herman Doronin, respectively, finished eighth and ninth.
Russian Curling Federation President Dmitry Svishchev noted that “we held a fine, emotionally satisfying tournament in the very heart of Moscow! All the participants were overwhelmed by positive emotions, and I am sure that the foreign delegations will visit us in the future. It is great to see so many people come out to cheer on the strongest male teams of Europe and the world. Our promotional curling lines were always receiving visitors. Curling is becoming more and more popular, and that is very much a cause for celebration!”
The international tournament at GUM Ice Rink was hosted by the Russian Curling Federation, the New League Association supported by the Russian Federation Ministry of Sport, the Moscow Department of Physical Culture and Sport, the World Champions Tour (WCT), and Bosco Di Ciliegi.