Mirjam Ott

Mirjam Ott

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Mirjam Ott (born 27 January 1972 in Bern, Switzerland) is skip (captain) of the Swiss Olympic Curling Team. She has participated in several Olympic Games contests and has won numerous awards in many other curling events worldwide. She won the silver medal twice; in the 2002 Olympic Games in Salt Lake City (with skip Luzia Ebnöther) and 2006 in Turin (as skip herself), making her the only woman in the world with two Olympic medals in Curling at the time, until Sweden's Annette Norberg won the Olympic Gold medal for the second time in Vancouver.At the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games, her team finished a disappointing fourth place, as Ott's touch completely deserted her late in the semi-final and bronze medal matches.

In 2008 the team won the European Championship in Sweden.

She lives in Laax, Switzerland.


2010 Vancouver Olympic Games

Carmen Schäfer, Third

Carmen Küng, Second

Janine Greiner, Lead

Irene Schori, Alternate

2006 Torino Olympic Games

Binia Beeli, Third

Valeria Spälty, Second

Michèle Moser, Lead

Manuela Kormann, Alternate

2002 Salt Lake City Olympic Games

Luzia Ebnöther, Skip

Tanya Frei, Second

Laurence Bidaud, Lead

Nadia Röthlisberger, Alternate

Grand Slam record

  • C - Champion
  • F - Lost final
  • SF - Lost semi final
  • QF - Lost quarter final
  • Q - Did not make playoffs
  • DNP - Did not participate in event
  • N/A - not a Grand Slam event that season

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