Raphaël Mathieu

Raphaël Mathieu (born 18 October 1983) is an internationally elite curler from Chamonix, France.[1][2]


Mathieu has participated in three World Championships (2007 Edmonton, 2008 Grand Forks, and 2009 Moncton). All three teams he has played as the Alternate for Team Dufour, their best performance was fifth in 2008. At the 2009 Aberdeen European Championships Team France also finished fifth and qualified for their fourth World Championships.

Based on the points they accumulated at their three world championship appearances from 2007 to 2009 Team France qualified a team to the 2010 Vancouver Olympics.

Outside of curling he works as an excavator driver.


2010 Vancouver Olympic Games


  1. JO de Vancouver - Au curling, les Bleus y croient encore "En remportant samedi soir leur deuxième succès dans le tournoi olympique face à la Suède (5-4), les gars de Chamonix, Thomas Dufour, Tony Angiboust, Jan-Henri Ducroz, Richard Ducroz et Raphaël Mathieu, "
  2. http://www.worldcurlingtour.com/player.php?playerid=16394
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