2009 Pacific Curling Championships

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2009 Pacific Curling Championships
Host city Karuizawa, Japan
Arena SCAP Karuizawa Arena
Dates November 12-17
Men's winner  China
Curling club Harbin CC, Harbin
Skip Wang Fengchun
Third Liu Rui
Second Xu Xiaoming
Lead Li Hongchen
Alternate Zong Jialing
Coach Zhang Wei
Finalist  Japan
Women's winner  China
Curling club Harbin CC, Harbin
Skip Wang Bingyu
Third Liu Yin
Second Yue Qingshuang
Lead Zhou Yan
Alternate Liu Jirli
Coach Tan Weidong, Daniel Rafael
Finalist  Japan

The 2009 Pacific Curling Championships were held Nov. 12-17 at the SCAP Karuizawa Arena in Karuizawa, Japan. The top two teams from the women's and the men's tournaments will qualify for the 2010 World Curling Championships.

Women's[edit]

Teams[edit]

 Australia  China  Japan  New Zealand  South Korea
Skip: Kim Forge

Third: Laurie Weeden
Second: Lyn Gill
Lead: Madeleine Wilson

Skip: Wang Bingyu

Third: Liu Yin
Second: Yue Qingshuang
Lead: Zhou Yan

Skip: Moe Meguro

Third: Anna Ohmiya
Second: Mari Motohashi
Lead: Kotomi Ishizaki

Skip: Bridget Becker

Third: Marisa Jones
Second: Brydie Donald
Lead: Natalie Campbell

Skip: Kim Yeom-yeong

Third: Kim Ji-suk
Second: Kang Yoo-ri
Lead: Park Mi-na

Standings[edit]

Country W L
 China 7 1
 Japan 6 2
 South Korea 4 4
 New Zealand 2 6
 Australia 1 7

Scores[edit]

Men's[edit]

Teams[edit]

 Australia  China  Chinese Taipei
Skip: Hugh Millikin

Third: Ian Palangio
Second: John Theriault
Lead: Ted Bassett

Skip: Liu Rui

Third: Xu Xiaoming
Second: Wang Fengchun
Lead: Zang Jialing

Skip: Randolph Shen

Third: Nicholas Hsu
Second: Brendon Liu
Lead: Ting-Li Lin

 Japan  New Zealand  South Korea
Skip: Yusuke Morozumi

Third: Tetsuro Shimizu
Second: Tsuyoshi Yamaguchi
Lead: Kosuke Morozumi

Skip: Dan Mustapic

Third: Scott Becker
Second: Warren Kearney
Lead: Warren Dobson

Skip: Kim Chang-min

Third: Kim Min-chan
Second: Lim Myung-sup
Lead: Jeong Tae-yeon

Standings[edit]

Country W L
 China 10 0
 Japan 8 2
 South Korea 4 6
 Australia 4 6
 New Zealand 3 7
 Chinese Taipei 1 9

Scores[edit]

Sources[edit]