1991 World Junior Curling Championships

The 1991 World Junior Curling Championships were held from March 9 to 17 in Glasgow, Scotland.

1991 World Junior Curling Championships
Host cityGlasgow, Scotland
DatesMarch 9–17
Men's winner Scotland (5th title)
SkipAlan MacDougall
ThirdJames Dryburgh
SecondFraser MacGregor
LeadColin Beckett
Finalist Canada (Noel Herron)
Women's winner Sweden (1st title)
SkipEva Eriksson
ThirdMaria Söderkvist
SecondÅsa Eriksson
LeadElisabeth de Brito
AlternateCathrine Norberg
Finalist  Switzerland (Nicole Strausak)
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Men

Teams

CountrySkipThirdSecondLeadAlternate
 CanadaNoel HerronRob BrewerSteve SmallRichard PolkPeter Henderson
 DenmarkTorkil SvensgaardUlrik DammKenny TordrupLasse DammPeter Bull
 FranceJan Henri DucrozSpencer MugnierSylvain DucrozThomas DufourPhilippe Caux
 GermanyMarkus HerbergMarcus RädererFelix OggerMartin BeiserMarkus Messenzehl
 ItalyMarco AlbertiAlessandro LettieriRolando CavalloGianni NardonStefano Gottardi
 NorwayThomas DueTorger NergårdMads RyggJohan HøstmælingenKrister Aanesen
 ScotlandAlan MacDougallJames DryburghFraser MacGregorColin Beckett
 SwedenTomas NordinÖrjan JonssonStefan TimanJan WallinPeja Lindholm
  SwitzerlandDominic AndresMichael SchupbachMarc SteinerMathias HughStefan Heilman
 United StatesEric FensonShawn RojeskiKevin BergstromTed McCannMike Peplinski

Round Robin

Key
Teams to Playoffs
Teams to Tiebraker
Place Country 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Wins Losses
1 Scotland*8:58:514:26:310:58:37:39:110:190
2 Canada5:8*9:38:312:17:29:211:311:28:181
3  Switzerland5:83:9*5:27:18:37:06:75:46:363
4 United States2:143:82:5*8:23:411:69:49:48:654
4 Denmark3:61:121:72:8*8:43:25:48:311:654
6 Germany5:102:73:84:34:8*4:610:67:410:245
7 Sweden3:82:90:76:112:36:4*6:54:136:436
8 Norway3:73:117:64:94:56:105:6*5:46:436
9 France1:92:114:54:93:84:713:44:5*8:327
10 Italy1:101:83:66:86:112:104:64:63:8*09

Tiebreaker

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 United States 8
 Denmark 5

Playoffs

Semifinals Gold Medal Game
      
1  Scotland 7
4  United States 5
1  Scotland 5
2  Canada 4
2  Canada 6
3   Switzerland 4

Rankings

Place Country Games Wins Losses
 Scotland11110
 Canada1192
  Switzerland1064
 United States1165
5 Denmark1055
6 Germany945
7 Sweden936
8 Norway936
9 France927
10 Italy909

Women

Teams

CountrySkipThirdSecondLeadAlternateCoach
 CanadaAtina FordDarlene KiddLesley BeckCindy FordDanita Michalski
 DenmarkDorthe Holm (4th)June Simonsen (skip)Margit PörtnerHelene JensenAngelina Jensen
 FranceKarine CauxChrystelle FournierGéraldine GirodTania DucrozHelene Ducroz
 GermanyKatrin MayerJulia EckertSteffi GablerAnja MessenzehlMonica Imminger
 ItalyDaniela ZandegiacomoCarla ZandegiacomoGiulia LacedelliVioletta Caldart
 NorwayCecilie TorhaugDarcie SkjerpenAnna MoeMarianne VestnesGøril Bye
 ScotlandGillian BarrClaire MilneJanice WattAnne LairdPeter Loudon
 SwedenEva ErikssonMaria SöderkvistÅsa ErikssonElisabeth de BritoCathrine Norberg
  SwitzerlandNicole StrausakUrsula ZieglerKatja MattiesClaudia AffolterHelga Oswald
 United StatesErika BrownJill JonesShellie HolerudDebbie Henry

Round Robin

Key
Teams to Playoffs
Place Country 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Wins Losses
1 Canada*6:411:75:49:48:210:05:412:813:290
2 Scotland4:6*5:79:36:411:35:48:06:49:472
3  Switzerland7:117:5*9:75:67:911:37:311:110:163
4 Sweden4:53:97:9*9:48:58:36:59:310:263
5 United States4:94:66:54:9*9:88:44:74:111:454
6 Denmark2:83:119:75:88:9*6:09:36:412:254
7 France0:104:53:113:84:80:6*9:09:711:236
8 Norway4:50:83:75:67:43:90:9*7:412:436
9 Italy8:124:61:113:91:44:67:94:7*14:1118
10 Germany2:134:91:102:104:112:122:114:1211:14*09

Playoffs

Semifinals Gold Medal Game
      
1  Canada 5
4  Sweden 7
1  Sweden 5
3   Switzerland 4
2  Scotland 5
3   Switzerland 6

Rankings

Place Country Games Wins Losses
 Sweden1183
  Switzerland1174
 Canada1091
 Scotland1073
5 United States954
6 Denmark954
7 France936
8 Norway936
9 Italy918
10 Germany909

Awards

WJCC All-Star Team:

SkipThirdSecondLead
Men Alan MacDougall Shawn Rojeski Peja Lindholm Richard Polk
Women Dorthe Holm Ursula Ziegler Lesley Beck Claudia Affolter

WJCC Sportsmanship Award:

Men Marco Alberti
Women Dorthe Holm

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