Ralph Stöckli (born July 23, 1976 in Uzwil) is a Swiss curler from Lucerne.
Stöckli began a successful curling career at the junior level, winning a bronze medal at the World Junior Curling Championships as an alternate in 1994. In 1996, he was the Swiss skip and they won a silver medal, losing to James Dryburgh of Scotland. In 1997 Stöckli won the gold medal defeating Perttu Piilo of Finland in the final. Stöckli ended his junior career with a bronze in 1998.
After a 7th-place finish at the 2002 Ford World Curling Championship, Stöckli won a silver at the 2003 Ford World Curling Championship- losing to Canada's Randy Ferbey in the final.
Stöckli was the skip of the Swiss team at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy. The team finished just out of medal contention with a 5-4 record.
Stöckli was vice on the Swiss team (skipped by Andreas Schwaller) that won the 2006 European Curling Championship.
Stöckli announced his retirement from curling in 2010.
== Teammates ==
2006 Torino Olympic Games
Claudio Pescia, Third
Pascal Sieber, Second
Marco Battilana, Lead
Simon Strübin, Alternate
2009 Moncton World Championships
2009 Aberdeen European Championships
2010 Vancouver Olympic Games
Jan Hauser, Third
Markus Eggler, SecondSimon Strübin, Lead
Toni Müller, Alternate
== Notes ==
== References ==
== External links ==
Ralph Stöckli at Olympedia
Ralph Stöckli at World Curling Federation
Ralph Stöckli at CurlingZone
Ralph Stöckli at Sports Reference (archived)