Curling world champions Tirinzoni and Patz in “Sport Panorama” at SRF Two on Sunday – SPORTS

Curling world champions Tirinzoni and Patz in "Sport Panorama" at SRF Two on Sunday - SPORTS
SRF Two on Sunday – Curling World Champions Tirinzoni and Patz in “Sport Panorama” – Sport – SRF

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Rainer Maria Salzgeber welcomes curlers Silvana Tirinzoni and Alina Patz to “Sport Panorama” on Sunday.


Posing again with the World Cup trophy

Swiss curlers from CC Aarau Silvana Tirinzoni, Melanie Barbezat, Esther Neuenschwander and Alina Patz.

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A week ago, CC Aarau’s Swiss curling team made history by taking a world title hat-trick. In the 43-year history of the World Cup, no other women’s team had managed to win three titles in a row. Melanie Barbezat, Esther Neuenschwander, Skip Tirinzoni and Alina Patz took home wins across the board with 14 wins from 14 games at Prince George, Canada.

The Swiss quartet forgot the bitter disappointment of the Olympic Games. In Beijing, the team finished fourth after dominating the round robin with an 8:1 win. On Sunday, two leaders of the successful Swiss team, Tirinzoni and Patz, will answer questions from moderator Rainer Maria Salzgeber in “Sport Panorama.”

“Sports Panorama” also deals with the following topics:

Julian wanders: Marathon Premiere

  • Julian Wanders is taking part in the first marathon of his career in Paris on Sunday at the age of 26. The long-distance runner holds the European record for more than half the distance and doesn’t just want to be in Paris. He immediately set himself a target of less than two hours and ten minutes.

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Follow “Sport Panorama” on Sundays from 6:00 p.m. on SRF Zwei and in the live stream here.

Nina Kristen: Olympic Crisis Away

  • Shooter Nina Kristen has fallen into a deep hole after winning the Summer Games in Tokyo. Now she has overcome her crisis and is going back to the shooting range with joy and happiness.

Afghan female athletes: Stranded in Albania, trying to escape

  • Sports for women have been banned in Afghanistan since the Taliban came to power. 163 top athletes have fled the country. Instead of the promised future in Canada, they now have to live in a precarious position in Albania.

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