Pacific-Asia Junior Curling Championships

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The Pacific-Asia Junior Curling Championships (formerly known as the Pacific Junior Curling Championships) are an annual curling bonspiel held in the World Curling Federation's Pacific zone. The championships feature curlers under the age of 21 competing to qualify for a spot in the World Junior Curling Championships. Australia, China, Japan, New Zealand, and South Korea have participated in past championships.

Summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Year Host City/Country Final Third Place
Champion Score Second Place
2005 Tokoro, Japan
South Korea
6–4
Japan

China
2006 Beijing, China
China
9–4
Japan

South Korea
2007 Naseby, New Zealand
China
8–6
South Korea

Japan
2008 Jeonju City, South Korea
China
6–3
Japan

South Korea
2009 Harbin, China
China
7–3
Japan

New Zealand
2010 Nayoro, Japan
China
3–2
Japan

New Zealand
2011 Naseby, New Zealand
China
8–3
South Korea

Japan
2012 Jeonju City, South Korea
China
3–2
South Korea

Japan
2013 Tokoro, Kitami, Japan
China
7–3
South Korea

New Zealand
2014 Harbin, China
China
8–6
South Korea

New Zealand
2015 Naseby, New Zealand

Women[edit]

Year Host City/Country Final Third Place
Champion Score Second Place
2005 Tokoro, Japan
China
7–1
Japan

South Korea
2006 Beijing, China
China
10–2
Japan

South Korea
2007 Naseby, New Zealand
China
5–2
South Korea

New Zealand
2008 Jeonju City, South Korea
Japan
9–7
China

South Korea
2009 Harbin, China
Japan
7–5
China

South Korea
2010 Nayoro, Japan
China
4–3
South Korea

Japan
2011 Naseby, New Zealand
Japan
4–3
South Korea

New Zealand
2012 Jeonju City, South Korea
Japan
3–2
South Korea

China
2013 Tokoro, Kitami, Japan
Japan
7–4
China

South Korea
2014 Harbin, China
South Korea
11–6
China

Japan
2015 Naseby, New Zealand

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