1989 World Junior Curling Championships

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1989 World Junior Curling Championships
Host cityMarkham, Ontario, Canada
DatesMarch 19–25
Men's winner Sweden (3rd title)
SkipPeter Lindholm
ThirdMagnus Swartling
SecondOwe Ljungdahl
LeadPeter Narup
AlternateJohan Hansson
Finalist Canada (Mike Wood)
Women's winner Canada (2nd title)
SkipLaDawn Funk
ThirdSandy Symyrozum
SecondCindy Larsen
LeadLaurelle Funk
Finalist Norway (Trine Helgebostad)
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The 1989 World Junior Curling Championships were held from March 19 to 25 in Markham, Ontario, Canada.

It was the first World Junior Championships to include teams from Italy.

Men[edit]

Teams[edit]

Country Skip Third Second Lead Alternate
 Canada Mike Wood Mike Bradley Todd Troyer Greg Hawkes
 Denmark Brian Benkjaer Niels Polskjaer Torben Schmidt Allan Thomsen
 France Christian Cossetto Laurent Hue Lionel Roux Fabrice Tournier
 Germany Michael Frey Bernhard Frey Joachim Frey Holger Schweizer Max Kainz
 Italy Stefano Ferronato Gianluca Lorenzi Gian Paolo Zandegiacomo Marco Alberti
 Norway Thomas Ulsrud Bent Ånund Ramsfjell Krister Aanesen Mads Rygg
 Scotland Allan Manuel Colin Galbraith Andrew Finlay Adrian Coutts
 Sweden Peter Lindholm Magnus Swartling Owe Ljungdahl Peter Narup Johan Hansson
  Switzerland Markus Eggler Marc Haudenschild Frank Kobel Reto Huber Stefan Traub
 United States Kurt Marquardt Jeff Falk Dan Thurston Mike Thurston

Round Robin[edit]

Key
Teams to Playoffs
Teams to Tiebraker for 4th place
Teams to Tiebraker for 9th place
Place Country 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Wins Losses
1  Sweden * 8:2 6:4 6:4 5:3 10:5 5:3 7:4 8:1 13:2 9 0
2  Canada 2:8 * 5:3 4:3 8:6 6:2 7:3 4:3 6:5 8:4 8 1
3   Switzerland 4:6 3:5 * 5:3 5:6 5:3 6:3 7:2 8:1 9:3 6 3
4  Scotland 4:6 3:4 3:5 * 8:1 3:5 7:6 9:2 6:4 10:2 5 4
4  Norway 3:5 6:8 6:5 1:8 * 9:7 4:5 6:5 10:3 11:3 5 4
6  United States 5:10 2:6 3:5 5:3 7:9 * 9:2 6:7 8:7 9:1 4 5
7  Germany 3:5 3:7 3:6 6:7 5:4 2:9 * 6:3 5:10 7:6 3 6
8  Italy 4:7 3:4 2:7 2:9 5:6 7:6 3:6 * 6:3 10:2 3 6
9  France 1:8 5:6 1:8 4:6 3:10 7:8 10:5 3:6 * 1:8 1 8
9  Denmark 2:13 4:8 3:9 2:10 3:11 1:9 6:7 2:10 8:1 * 1 8

Tiebreakers[edit]

For 4th place
   
 Scotland 3
 Norway 2
For 9th place
   
 France 7
 Denmark 6

Playoffs[edit]

  Semifinals     Gold Medal Game
                 
  1  Sweden 7  
  4  Scotland 4    
      1  Sweden 7
      2  Canada 2
  2  Canada 5    
  3   Switzerland 4   Bronze Medal Game
 
4  Scotland 2
  3   Switzerland 5

Rankings[edit]

Place Country Games Wins Losses
1st, gold medalist(s)  Sweden 11 11 0
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Canada 11 9 2
3rd, bronze medalist(s)   Switzerland 11 7 4
4  Scotland 12 6 6
5  Norway 10 5 5
6  United States 9 4 5
7  Germany 9 3 6
8  Italy 9 3 6
9  France 10 2 8
10  Denmark 10 1 9

Women[edit]

Teams[edit]

Country Skip Third Second Lead Alternate
 Canada LaDawn Funk Sandy Symyrozum Cindy Larsen Laurelle Funk
 Denmark June Simonsen Dorthe Holm Dorthe Andersen Angelina Jensen
 France Karine Caux Laurence Bibollet Chrystelle Fournier Véronique Girod Géraldine Girod
 Germany Simone Vogel Christina Haller Heike Wieländer Sabine Belkofer Michaela Greif
 Italy Daniela Zandegiacomo Carla Zandegiacomo Giulia Lacedelli Rossela Carrara
 Norway Trine Helgebostad Cathrine Ulrichsen Cecilie Torhaug Darcie Skjerpen
 Scotland Carolyn Hutchinson Julie Hepburn Katie Loudon Julia Halliday
 Sweden Cathrine Norberg Mari Högqvist Helene Granqvist Annica Eklund Helena Klange
  Switzerland Diana Meichtry Araxi Karnusian Graziella Grichting Jacqueline Loretan Helga Oswald
 United States Erika Brown Tracy Zeman Shellie Holerud Jill Jones Debbie Henry

Round Robin[edit]

Key
Teams to Playoffs
Teams to Tiebraker for 4th place
Place Country 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Wins Losses
1  Canada * 6:1 0:9 4:2 4:2 6:2 6:4 6:4 12:1 9:1 8 1
2  Sweden 1:6 * 10:4 5:4 4:8 4:2 8:4 7:3 8:4 11:2 7 2
3  Norway 9:0 4:10 * 5:6 8:4 8:7 8:3 12:7 5:3 12:2 7 2
4  Scotland 2:4 4:5 6:5 * 6:5 8:3 3:7 8:5 8:4 11:2 6 3
4   Switzerland 2:4 8:4 4:8 5:6 * 6:5 5:4 10:2 10:2 7:0 6 3
6  United States 2:6 2:4 7:8 3:8 5:6 * 6:5 8:2 8:1 16:0 4 5
7  Germany 4:6 4:8 3:8 7:3 4:5 5:6 * 8:6 5:3 17:1 4 5
8  France 4:6 3:7 7:12 5:8 2:10 2:8 6:8 * 12:4 5:3 2 7
9  Denmark 1:12 4:8 3:5 4:8 2:10 1:8 3:5 4:12 * 10:9 1 8
10  Italy 1:9 2:11 2:12 2:11 0:7 0:16 1:17 3:5 9:10 * 0 9

Tiebreaker[edit]

For 4th place
   
 Scotland 5
  Switzerland 4

Playoffs[edit]

  Semifinals     Gold Medal Game
                 
  1  Canada 4  
  4  Scotland 3    
      1  Canada 10
      2  Norway 3
  2  Sweden 3    
  3  Norway 5   Bronze Medal Game
 
4  Scotland 5
  2  Sweden 4

Rankings[edit]

Place Country Games Wins Losses
1st, gold medalist(s)  Canada 11 10 1
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Norway 11 8 3
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Scotland 12 8 4
4  Sweden 11 7 4
5   Switzerland 10 6 4
6  United States 9 4 5
7  Germany 9 4 5
8  France 9 2 7
9  Denmark 9 1 8
10  Italy 9 0 9

Awards[edit]

WJCC All-Star Team:

Skip Third Second Lead
Men Sweden Peter Lindholm Switzerland Marc Haudenschild Sweden Owe Ljungdahl Canada Greg Hawkes
Women Canada LaDawn Funk Canada Sandy Symyrozum Switzerland Graziella Grichting Sweden Annica Eklund

WJCC Sportsmanship Award:

Men Denmark Brian Benkjaer
Women Canada Sandy Symyrozum

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