International Bernese Ladies Cup -- C Event

Jan 12 - 15, 2017
A Event | B Event | C Event |
Times shown as Central European Time (CET)
Ursi Hegner

Marine Gauchat
8
Sat 8:30am
Loser to Consolation
SCORES
  [65]
Jana Stritt
5
Fri 1:30pm
Loser to Consolation
SCORES
 
  [59]
Jana Stritt
Jana Stritt
11
Sat 5:00pm
Loser Out
SCORES
  [73]
Lisa Gisler
Lisa Gisler
Melanie Barbezat
9
Sat 11:00am
Loser Out
SCORES
  [66]
Lisa Gisler
12
Sat 8:00pm
Loser Out
SCORES
  [79]
7
Fri 8:00pm
Loser Out
SCORES
  [60]
Anne Malmi
Qualifier
Anne Malmi
Nina Roth
Schaffhausen Vitodata
8
Sat 8:30am
Loser to Consolation
SCORES
  [67]
Allison Flaxey
Allison Flaxey
11
Sat 5:00pm
Loser Out
SCORES
  [74]
Margaretha Sigfridsson
Andrea Schoepp
12
Sat 8:00pm
Loser Out
SCORES
  [80]
Raphaela Keiser
9
Sat 11:00am
Loser Out
SCORES
  [68]
Andrea Schoepp
Qualifier
5
Fri 1:30pm
Loser to Consolation
SCORES
  [61]
Towe Lundman
11
Sat 5:00pm
Loser Out
SCORES
  [75]
Eve Muirhead
Towe Lundman
Eve Muirhead
Hannah Fleming
Michelle Schlachter
9
Sat 11:00am
Loser Out
SCORES
  [69]
Hannah Fleming
6
Fri 5:00pm
Loser to Consolation
SCORES
  [62]
Tanja Santschi
11
Sat 5:00pm
Loser Out
SCORES
  [76]
Hannah Fleming
Tanja Santschi
Daniela Jentsch
Isabelle Maillard
12
Sat 8:00pm
Loser Out
SCORES
  [81]
8
Sat 8:30am
Loser to Consolation
SCORES
  [70]
Isabelle Maillard
Qualifier
Elena Stern
11
Sat 5:00pm
Loser Out
SCORES
  [77]
Cory Christensen
Cory Christensen
Tori Koana
Oona Kauste
9
Sat 11:00am
Loser Out
SCORES
  [71]
Tori Koana
7
Fri 8:00pm
Loser Out
SCORES
  [63]
Hazel Smith
Hazel Smith
11
Sat 5:00pm
Loser Out
SCORES
  [78]
Tori Koana
Lene Nielsen
Angelina Jensen
8
Sat 8:30am
Loser to Consolation
SCORES
  [72]
Angelina Jensen
12
Sat 8:00pm
Loser Out
SCORES
  [82]
6
Fri 5:00pm
Loser to Consolation
SCORES
  [64]
Angelina Jensen
Qualifier
Mari Hansen
Isabella Wrana

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