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World Curling Championships

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1979 Switzerland, Basel-Albeina CC
Gaby Casanova, Betty Bourquin, Linda Thommen, Rosi Manger
Sweden Canada¹


Scotland¹

1980 Canada, Caledonian CC, Regina, Saskatchewan
Marj Mitchell, Nancy Kerr, Shirley McKendry, Wendy Leach
Sweden Scotland¹
1981 Sweden, Karlstads CK
Elisabeth Högström, Carina Olsson, Birgitta Sewik, Karin Sjögren
Canada Norway¹
1982 Denmark, Hvidovre CC
Helena Blach, Marianne Jørgensen, Astrid Birnbaum, Jette Olsen
Sweden Scotland¹
1983 Switzerland, Bern Egghölzi Damen CC, Bern
Erika Müller, Barbara Meyer, Barbara Meier, Cristina Wirz
Norway Canada¹
1984 Canada, Fort Rouge CC, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Connie Laliberte, Christine Moore, Corinne Peters, Janet Arnott
Switzerland Germany¹
1985 Canada, North Shore Winter Club, Vancouver, BC
Linda Moore, Lindsay Sparkes, Debbie Jones, Laurie Carney
Scotland Switzerland
1986 Canada, St. Catharines CC, Ontario
Marilyn Bodogh-Darte, Kathy McEdwards, Christine Bodogh-Jurgenson, Jan Augustyn
Germany Sweden
1987 Canada, Victoria CC, British Columbia
Pat Sanders, Georgina Hawkes, Louise Herlinvaux, Deb Massullo
Germany Switzerland
1988 Germany, SC Riessersee, Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Andrea Schöpp, Almut Hege-Schöll, Monika Wagner, Suzanne Fink
Canada Sweden
1989 Canada, Lakehead Ladies CC, Thunder Bay, Ontario
Heather Houston, Lorraine Lang, Diane Adams, Tracy Kennedy, Gloria Taylor
Norway Germany²


Sweden²

1990 Norway, Snarøen CC, Oslo
Dordi Nordby, Hanne Pettersen, Mette Halvorsen, Anne Jøtun
Scotland Canada²


Denmark²

1991 Norway, Snarøen CC, Oslo
Dordi Nordby, Hanne Pettersen, Mette Halvorsen, Anne Jøtun, Marianne Aspelin
Canada Scotland²


Sweden²

1992 Sweden, Umeå CK
Elisabet Johansson, Katarina Nyberg, Louise Marmont, Elisabeth Persson, Annika Lööf
USA Canada²


Switzerland²

1993 Canada, Caledonian CC, Regina, Saskatchewan
Sandra Peterson, Jan Betker, Joan McCusker, Marcia Gudereit, Anita Ford
Germany Norway²


Sweden²

1994 Canada, Caledonian CC, Regina, Saskatchewan
Sandra Peterson, Jan Betker, Joan McCusker, Marcia Gudereit, Anita Ford
Scotland Germany²


Sweden²

1995 Sweden, Umeå CK
Elisabet Gustafson, Katarina Nyberg, Louise Marmont, Elisabeth Persson, Helena Svensson
Canada Norway
1996 Canada, St. Catharines CC, Ontario
Marilyn Bodogh, Kim Gellard, Cori Beveridge, Jane Hooper Perroud, Lisa Savage
USA Norway
1997 Canada, Caledonian CC, Regina, Saskatchewan
Sandra Schmirler, Jan Betker, Joan McCusker, Marcia Gudereit, Atina Ford
Norway Denmark
1998 Sweden, Umeå CK
Elisabet Gustafson, Katarina Nyberg, Louise Marmont, Elisabeth Persson, Margaretha Lindahl
Denmark Canada
1999 Sweden, Umeå CK
Elisabet Gustafson, Katarina Nyberg, Louise Marmont, Elisabeth Persson, Margaretha Lindahl
USA Denmark
2000 Canada, Richmond WC, Vancouver, British Columbia
Kelley Law, Julie Skinner, Georgina Wheatcroft, Diane Nelson, Cheryl Noble
Switzerland Norway
2001 Canada, Mayflower CC, Halifax, Nova Scotia
Colleen Jones, Kim Kelly, Mary-Anne Waye, Nancy Delahunt, Laine Peters
Sweden Denmark
2002 Scotland, Laurencekirk CC, Aberdeen
Jackie Lockhart, Sheila Swan, Katriona Fairweather, Anne Laird, Edith Loudon
Sweden Norway
2003 USA, Madison CC, Wisconsin
Debbie McCormick, Allison Pottinger, Ann Swisshelm Silver, Tracy Sachtjen, Joni Cotten
Canada Sweden
2004 Canada, Mayflower CC, Halifax, Nova Scotia
Colleen Jones, Kim Kelly, Mary-Anne Arsenault, Nancy Delahunt, Mary Sue Radford
Norway Switzerland
2005 Sweden, Härnösands CK
Anette Norberg, Eva Lund, Cathrine Lindahl, Anna Bergström, Ulrika Bergman
USA Norway
2006 Sweden, Härnösands CK
Anette Norberg, Eva Lund, Cathrine Lindahl, Anna Svärd, Ulrika Bergman
USA Canada
2007 Canada, Kelowna CC, British Columbia
Kelly Scott, Jeanna Schraeder, Sasha Carter, Renee Simons, Michelle Allen
Denmark Scotland
2008 -
2009 -

Country Gold Silver Bronze
Canada1456
Sweden757
Norway247
Switzerland224
Germany133
Denmark124
USA15
Scotland135

Notes
¹, From the start of the official World Championships in 1979 until 1984 no bronze medals were awarded at all. Only the two finalist teams got medals.
², From 1985 until 1988 and from 1995 there were a special bronze medal game. During the years 1989-94 both losers of the semi-finalists were awarded bronze medals.

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