1980 Air Canada Silver Broom

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1980 Air Canada Silver Broom
Host city Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada
Arena Moncton Coliseum
DatesMarch 24–29, 1980
WinnerFlag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada
Curling club Nutana CC
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Skip Rick Folk
Third Ron Mills
Second Tom Wilson
Lead Jim Wilson
FinalistFlag of Norway.svg  Norway (Kristian Sørum)
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The 1980 Air Canada Silver Broom, the men's world curling championship, was held from March 24 to 29 at the Moncton Coliseum in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada.

Contents

Teams

Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark Flag of France.svg  France Flag of Germany.svg  Germany Flag of Italy.svg  Italy
Nutana CC, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Skip: Rick Folk
Third: Ron Mills
Second: Tom Wilson
Lead: Jim Wilson

Hvidovre CC, Hvidovre

Skip: Jørn Blach
Third: Arne Pedersen
Second: Freddy Bartelsen
Lead: Bent Jørgensen

Bischeim CC, Strassbourg

Fourth: René Robert
Third: Jean-Marc Causeret
Second: Claude Groff
Skip: Henri Müller

CC Schwenningen

Fourth: Hans Dieter Kiesel
Skip: Franz Engler
Second: Willie Rosenfelder
Lead: Heiner Martin

Tofane CC, Cortina d'Ampezzo

Fourth: Andrea Pavani
Skip: Giuseppe Dal Molin
Second: Giancarlo Valt
Lead: Enea Pavani

Flag of Norway.svg  Norway Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Bygdøy CC, Oslo

Skip: Kristian Sørum
Third: Eigil Ramsfjell
Second: Gunnar Meland
Lead: Harald Ramsfjell

Aberdeen CC, Aberdeen

Skip: Barton Henderson
Third: Greig Henderson
Second: Bill Henderson
Lead: Alistair Sinclair

Karlstads CK, Karlstad

Skip: Ragnar Kamp
Third: Håkan Ståhlbro
Second: Thomas Håkansson
Lead: Lars Lindgren

Lausanne-Riviera CC, Lausanne

Skip: Jürg Tanner
Third: Jürg Hornisberger
Second: Franz Tanner
Lead: Patrik Lörtscher

Hibbing CC, Hibbing, Minnesota

Skip: Paul Pustovar
Third: John Jankila
Second: Gary Kleffman
Lead: Jerry Scott

Round robin standings

CountrySkipWL
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada Rick Folk 90
Flag of Norway.svg  Norway Kristian Sørum 72
Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland Jürg Tanner 72
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Ragnar Kamp 63
Flag of the United States.svg  United States Paul Pustovar 63
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany Franz Engler 45
Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Giuseppe Dal Molin 36
Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Barton Henderson 27
Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark Jørn Blach 18
Flag of France.svg  France Henri Müller 09

Round robin results

Draw 1

TeamFinal
Flag of Italy.svg  Italy (Dal Molin)6
Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark (Blach)5
TeamFinal
Flag of the United States.svg  United States (Pustovar)7
Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland (B. Henderson)4
TeamFinal
Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland (Tanner)6
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden (Kamp)4
TeamFinal
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany (Engler)5
Flag of France.svg  France (Müller)2
TeamFinal
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada (Folk)7
Flag of Norway.svg  Norway (Sørum)2

Draw 2

TeamFinal
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany (Engler)10
Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland (B. Henderson)6
TeamFinal
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada (Folk)7
Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland (Tanner)6
TeamFinal
Flag of Italy.svg  Italy (Dal Molin)8
Flag of France.svg  France (Müller)4
TeamFinal
Flag of Norway.svg  Norway (Sørum)8
Flag of the United States.svg  United States (Pustovar)1
TeamFinal
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden (Kamp)7
Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark (Blach)3

Draw 3

TeamFinal
Flag of the United States.svg  United States (Pustovar)7
Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland (Tanner)1
TeamFinal
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden (Kamp)15
Flag of France.svg  France (Müller)3
TeamFinal
Flag of Norway.svg  Norway (Sørum)10
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany (Engler)4
TeamFinal
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada (Folk)10
Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark (Blach)2
TeamFinal
Flag of Italy.svg  Italy (Dal Molin)6
Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland (B. Henderson)5

Draw 4

TeamFinal
Flag of Norway.svg  Norway (Sørum)10
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden (Kamp)2
TeamFinal
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany (Engler)5
Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark (Blach)4
TeamFinal
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada (Folk)7
Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland (B. Henderson)4
TeamFinal
Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland (Tanner)10
Flag of Italy.svg  Italy (Dal Molin)3
TeamFinal
Flag of the United States.svg  United States (Pustovar)8
Flag of France.svg  France (Müller)3

Draw 5

TeamFinal
Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland (Tanner)9
Flag of France.svg  France (Müller)1
TeamFinal
Flag of Norway.svg  Norway (Sørum)6
Flag of Italy.svg  Italy (Dal Molin)4
TeamFinal
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden (Kamp)5
Flag of the United States.svg  United States (Pustovar)4
TeamFinal
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada (Folk)10
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany (Engler)4
TeamFinal
Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland (B. Henderson)5
Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark (Blach)4

Draw 6

TeamFinal
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden (Kamp)12
Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland (B. Henderson)5
TeamFinal
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada (Folk)5
Flag of the United States.svg  United States (Pustovar)4
TeamFinal
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany (Engler)12
Flag of Italy.svg  Italy (Dal Molin)2
TeamFinal
Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark (Blach)8
Flag of France.svg  France (Müller)4
TeamFinal
Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland (Tanner)6
Flag of Norway.svg  Norway (Sørum)5

Draw 7

TeamFinal
Flag of the United States.svg  United States (Pustovar)8
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany (Engler)4
TeamFinal
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden (Kamp)6
Flag of Italy.svg  Italy (Dal Molin)5
TeamFinal
Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland (Tanner)7
Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark (Blach)2
TeamFinal
Flag of Norway.svg  Norway (Sørum)6
Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland (B. Henderson)5
TeamFinal
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada (Folk)9
Flag of France.svg  France (Müller)3

Draw 8

TeamFinal
Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland (B. Henderson)8
Flag of France.svg  France (Müller)4
TeamFinal
Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland (Tanner)12
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany (Engler)2
TeamFinal
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada (Folk)8
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden (Kamp)6
TeamFinal
Flag of the United States.svg  United States (Pustovar)8
Flag of Italy.svg  Italy (Dal Molin)2
TeamFinal
Flag of Norway.svg  Norway (Sørum)6
Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark (Blach)3

Draw 9

TeamFinal
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada (Folk)4
Flag of Italy.svg  Italy (Dal Molin)2
TeamFinal
Flag of Norway.svg  Norway (Sørum)8
Flag of France.svg  France (Müller)2
TeamFinal
Flag of the United States.svg  United States (Pustovar)10
Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark (Blach)2
TeamFinal
Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland (Tanner)6
Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland (B. Henderson)4
TeamFinal
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden (Kamp)5
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany (Engler)3

Playoffs

 Semifinal  Final
         
   1Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada 7
  2Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland 6   3Flag of Norway.svg  Norway 6
  3Flag of Norway.svg  Norway 9 

Semifinal

TeamFinal
Flag of Norway.svg  Norway (Sørum)9
Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland (Tanner)6

Final

TeamFinal
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada (Folk)7
Flag of Norway.svg  Norway (Sørum)6
1980 Air Canada Silver Broom
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg
Canada
13th title

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