European Junior Curling Challenge

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The European Junior Curling Challenge is an annual curling bonspiel held in the World Curling Federation's Europe zone. The championships feature curlers under the age of 21 competing to qualify for a spot in the World Junior Curling Championships. Nations that participate are those which have not already qualified for the World Junior Championships.

Summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Year Host City/Country Final Third Place
Champion Score Second Place
2005 Copenhagen, Denmark
Denmark
8–1
France

Czech Republic
2006 Prague, Czech Republic
Italy
6–5
Russia

Czech Republic

Germany
2007 Copenhagen, Denmark
Germany
7–3
Czech Republic1

Italy
2008 Prague, Czech Republic
Czech Republic
8–6
Poland

France

Russia
2009 Copenhagen, Denmark
Scotland

Russia2

France
2010 Prague, Czech Republic
Finland
6–5
France

Czech Republic

Estonia
2011 Prague, Czech Republic
Czech Republic
8–4
Russia

Estonia
2012 Copenhagen, Denmark
Italy
3–2
Russia

Estonia

Netherlands
2013 Prague, Czech Republic
Italy
7–6
Denmark

Estonia

Netherlands
2014 Lohja, Finland
Austria
5–4
Netherlands

Czech Republic
2015 Prague, Czech Republic[1]

Women[edit]

Year Host City/Country Final Third Place
Champion Score Second Place
2005 Copenhagen, Denmark
Russia
6–5
Germany

Czech Republic
2006 Prague, Czech Republic
Scotland
4–2
Finland

Italy
2007 Copenhagen, Denmark
Italy

Czech Republic3

Sweden
2008 Prague, Czech Republic
Germany
4–3
Italy

Czech Republic
2009 Copenhagen, Denmark
France
5–3
Czech Republic

Italy
2010 Prague, Czech Republic
Germany
3–2
Denmark

Norway
2011 Prague, Czech Republic
Norway
6–4
Germany

Italy
2012 Copenhagen, Denmark
Italy
5–2
Denmark

England
2013 Prague, Czech Republic
Denmark
4–1
Hungary

Germany

Italy
2014 Lohja, Finland
Italy
8–3
Hungary

England
2015 Prague, Czech Republic[1]
Notes
  1. ^ The Czech Republic defeated Italy in the silver medal game.
  2. ^ Russia defeated France in the silver medal game.
  3. ^ The Czech Republic defeated Sweden in the silver medal game.

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