19 January 2020
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Road to record: how all-time WFC top scorer Corin Rüttimann made it to 43 goals (and counting)

During the opening game of the WFC 2019 betwen Switzerland and Germany (Photo: Claudio Schwarz, unihockey-fotos.ch)

Corin Rüttimann is the all-time WFC top (goal) scorer, with 43 goals.

Today, she scored a hat-trick in the opening game of the WFC 2019, increasing her total from 40 to 43. Her closest contestant, Cecilia Di Nardo, follows with 39 goals. We take a look at Rüttimann’s route to this record, starting in 2009.

Until now (including today’s game), Rüttimann played 31 WFC games in which she scored 61 points (43+18). She’s at third place in the top point scorers’ ranking with only Emelie Lindström (73) and Anna Wijk (64) in front of her.

Route to record


Rüttimanns WFC career started in 2009 at the WFC Västerås in Sweden. In the group stage, the scored her first goal against Poland, followed by a goal against Denmark. One of her top performances during the tournament was against Russia (8-0) when she scored five goals. The final group game, against Finland, was won 3-5, but this time, Rüttimann didn’t find the net.

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