Final Standings

Following the conclusion of the World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship 2015, the final standings can now be downloaded at the bottom of this page.

Teams are ranked according to the following WCF rule (expand blue link below):

WCF Rule C9: TEAM RANKING PROCEDURE / DRAW SHOT CHALLENGE

(a) During the round robin portion of a competition, teams with the same win- loss record will be listed alphabetically, by their three letter code, and ranked equal.

(b) The following criteria (in order) will be used to rank the teams at the completion of the round robin:

(i) Teams will be ranked according to their win/loss record;
(ii) If two teams are tied, the team that won their round robin game will be ranked higher;
(iii) Where three or more teams are tied, the record of the games between the tied teams shall provide the ranking (should this procedure provide a ranking for some teams but not all, then the record of the games between the remaining teams that are still tied shall determine the ranking);
(iv) For all remaining teams whose ranking cannot be determined by (i) or (ii) or (iii), ranking is determined using the Draw Shot Challenge (DSC). The DSC is the average distance of all the individual Last Stone Draw stones, which were delivered by a team during the round robin. Where a total of 11 or fewer individual stones have been delivered, the single least favourable result is automatically eliminated before calculating the average distance. Where more than 11 individual stones have been delivered, the two least favourable results will be eliminated before calculating the average distance. The team with the lesser DSC receives the higher ranking. If the DSCs are equal then the team with the best non–equal counting LSD receives the higher ranking. In the case where all counting LSDs are equal the team ranked higher in the WCF World Rankings is ranked higher.
(v) When teams compete in different groups and do not qualify for the play-offs, the final ranking will be determined by comparing the DSCs from the teams in all groups with the same ranking, with the best DSC being ranked highest.
(vi) In events where a single loss eliminates a team from the competition, teams eliminated during the same session will be listed alphabetically, by their three letter code, and ranked equal.

(c) When teams are tied for a play-off position, a maximum of one session of tie-breakers will be played to determine which team(s) advances to the play-offs. Team(s) can be eliminated, without playing an extra game, if more than one session of tie-breakers would be required.

(d) When teams are tied for a challengeable position, a maximum of one session of tie-breakers will be played. If more than one session of tie- breakers would be required, team(s) can avoid the challengeable position without winning an extra game.

(e) When teams are tied for a relegation position, a maximum of one session of tie-breakers will be played. If more than one session of tie-breakers would be required, team(s) can avoid or be placed in a relegation position without playing an extra game.
October 2014 WCF Rules of Competition Page 35

(f) In some circumstances a single game could decide for a team both relegation and challengeable positions. When multiple teams are tied for the challengeable position after tie-breaker games, the WCF team ranking procedure will decide the team to be challenged.

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