2007 European Junior Curling Challenge

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The 2007 European Junior Curling Challenge was held from January 2 to January 6, 2007, in Tårnby, Denmark.

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Teams Group A[edit]

 Czech Republic  Finland  France
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Skip: Wilfrid Coulot

Third: Romain Borini
Second: Amaury Pernette
Lead: Damien Bertoluzzi
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 Hungary  Italy  Spain
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Skip: Giorgio Da Rin

Third: Silvio Zanotelli
Second: Davide Zanotelli
Lead: Massimo Micheli
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 Estonia  Germany  Latvia
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 Netherlands  Poland  Russia
Skip: Jaap van Dorp

Third: Diederick Bontenbal
Second: Bart van der Lubbe
Lead: Carlo Glasbergen
Alternate: Floyd Koelewijn

Skip: Kamil Wachulak

Third: Dorian Łebzuch
Second: Witek Abramowicz
Lead: Przemek Boszczyk
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Results[edit]

Group A[edit]

3 January 2007[edit]
Spain Spain 4–13 Italy Italy
Hungary Hungary 3–5 France France
Czech Republic Czech Republic 9–1 Finland Finland
Italy Italy 7–2 Finland Finland
Hungary Hungary 14–2 Spain Spain
Czech Republic Czech Republic 7–4 France France
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 Czech Republic 2 2 0
 Italy 2 2 0
 France 2 1 1
 Hungary 2 1 1
 Finland 2 0 2
 Spain 2 0 2

Group B[edit]

2 January 2007[edit]
Netherlands Netherlands 4–5 Latvia Latvia
3 January 2007[edit]
Estonia Estonia 5–7 Russia Russia
Poland Poland 2–6 Germany Germany
Germany Germany 5–4 Russia Russia
Latvia Latvia 4–8 Poland Poland
Estonia Estonia 5–6 Netherlands Netherlands
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 Germany 2 2 0
 Latvia 2 1 1
 Russia 2 1 1
 Poland 2 1 1
 Netherlands 2 1 1
 Estonia 2 0 2

Junior Women[edit]

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 Czech Republic  Finland  Germany
Skip: Anna Kubešková

Third: Linda Klímová
Second: Tereza Plíšková
Lead: Michaela Nádherová
Alternate: Luisa Illková

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 Hungary  Italy  Poland
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2 January[edit]

Finland Finland 1–9 Italy Italy
Germany Germany 5–9 Czech Republic Czech Republic
Poland Poland 2–14 Sweden Sweden
Hungary Hungary 7–6 Spain Spain
Sweden Sweden 10–4 Spain Spain
Poland Poland 6–13 Hungary Hungary
Italy Italy 8–2 Czech Republic Czech Republic
Finland Finland 6–11 Germany Germany

3 January[edit]

Poland Poland 5–13 Czech Republic Czech Republic
Finland Finland 11–1 Spain Spain
Hungary Hungary 3–7 Germany Germany
Italy Italy 6–3 Sweden Sweden
Sweden Sweden 9–3 Germany Germany
Italy Italy 8–2 Hungary Hungary
Finland Finland 10–5 Poland Poland
Spain Spain 1–12 Czech Republic Czech Republic

Standings[edit]

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 Italy 4 4 0
 Sweden 4 3 1
 Czech Republic 4 3 1
 Hungary 4 2 2
 Germany 4 2 2
 Finland 4 2 2
 Poland 4 0 4
 Spain 4 0 4

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