Team Anna Hasselborg

Team Hasselborg

Team Profile

Hometown: Sundbyberg, SWE | Twitter: @teamhasselborg

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Anna
Hasselborg
mcmanus
Sara
McManus
knochenhauer
Agnes
Knochenhauer
mabergs
Sofia
Mabergs
Birthdate: May 5, 1989
Birthplace: Stockholm, SWE
Resides: Stockholm, SWE
Birthdate: Dec. 13, 1991
Birthplace: Gothenburg, SWE
Resides: Gävle, SWE
Birthdate: May 5, 1989
Birthplace: Stockholm, SWE
Resides: Stockholm, SWE
Birthdate: April 9, 1993
Birthplace: Malung, SWE
Resides: Härnösand, SWE
- Olympic gold medallist (2018)
- World Championship silver medallist (2018)
- Elite 10 champion (2018)
- Masters champion (2018)
- European Championship gold medallist (2018)
- Two-time European Championship silver medallist (2016 & 2017)
- World Junior Championship gold medallist (2010)
- Olympic gold medallist (2018)
- World Championship silver medallist (2018)
- Elite 10 champion (2018)
- Masters champion (2018)
- European Championship gold medallist (2018)
- Two-time European Championship silver medallist (2016 & 2017)
- World Junior Championship gold medallist (2010)
- Olympic gold medallist (2018)
- Olympic silver medallist (2014)
- Two-time World Championship silver medallist (2013 & 2018)
- Elite 10 champion (2018)
- Masters champion (2018)
- Three-time European Championship gold medallist (2010, 2013 & 2018)
- Two-time European Championship silver medallist (2016 & 2017)
- European Championship bronze medallist (2012)
- World Junior Championship gold medallist (2010)
- Olympic gold medallist (2018)
- World Championship silver medallist (2018)
- Elite 10 champion (2018)
- Masters champion (2018)
- European Championship gold medallist (2018)
- Two-time European Championship silver medallist (2016 & 2017)

Team Bio

Anna Hasselborg, Sarah McManus, and Agnes Knochenhauer have played together since juniors leading Sweden to a gold medal at the 2010 World Junior Curling Championships.

Knochenhauer has served as the alternate for Margaretha Sigfridsson’s team in the past and represented Sweden at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, where she earned the silver medal. She also took home silver at the worlds with Sigfridsson’s squad in 2013.

The team had a breakout year in the Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling during 2016-17 in their first full season in the series. They qualified for the playoffs in five of the six women’s events with four semifinal finishes and one runner-up result.

Team Hasselborg was selected to represent Sweden at the Pyeongchang Games and captured the Olympic gold medal. They were back on the podium just one month later earning silver at the world championship.

Hasselborg earned her first career Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling title at the inaugural Princess Auto Elite 10 women’s competition running the table undefeated at 6-0. Team Hasselborg earned a decisive 4-and-2 (four skins to none in six ends) over Team Tirinzoni in the final.



2018-19 Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling results

Princess Auto Elite 10
Stage Opponent Result
Round Robin Sinclair W 4-1
Round Robin Scheidegger W 3-1
Round Robin Roth W 3-1
Round Robin Homan W 4-3
Semifinals Homan W 3-2
Final Tirinzoni W 4-0
Canadian Beef Masters
Stage Opponent Result
Round Robin Scheidegger L 5-6
Round Robin Walker W 6-4
Round Robin Sinclair W 7-1
Round Robin Fujisawa L 4-5
Tiebreaker Einarson W 7-2
Quarterfinals J. Jones W 8-4
Semifinals Scheidegger W 8-4
Final Homan W 8-7