World Junior-B Curling Championships

The World Junior-B Curling Championships are an annual curling bonspiel. The championships feature curlers under the age of 21 competing to qualify for three spots in the World Junior Curling Championships. Nations that participate are those which have not already qualified for the World Junior Championships. This competition replaces the previous European Junior Curling Challenge and Pacific-Asia Junior Curling Championships[1]

Summary

Skips of each winning team are listed below their corresponding nation

Men

Year Host City/Country Final Third Place Match
Champion Score Second Place Third Place Score Fourth Place
2016 Lohja, Finland
Russia

Alexander Eremin
5-2
Denmark
Tobias Thune

South Korea
Lee Ki-jeong
4-2
Germany
Marc Muskatewitz
2017 Östersund, Sweden
China

Jie Yuan Ming
5-2
Turkey
Uğurcan Karagöz

Italy
Marco Onnis
5-2
Germany
Marc Muskatewitz
2018 Lohja, Finland
China

Wang Zhiyu
5-4
Russia
Aleksandr Bystrov

Germany
Sixten Totzek
6-4
Spain
Gontzal Garcia
2019 (January) Lohja, Finland
New Zealand

Matthew Neilson
8-4
Italy
Luca Rizzolli

China
Wang Weihaoping
6-4
South Korea
Lee Jae-beom
2019 (December) Lohja, Finland

Women

Year Host City/Country Final Third Place Match
Champion Score Second Place Third Place Score Fourth Place
2016 Lohja, Finland
Russia

Evgeniya Demkina
6-3
Japan
Ayano Tsuchiya

Hungary
Dorottya Palancsa
9-2
Estonia
Marie Turmann
2017 Östersund, Sweden
Scotland

Sophie Jackson
7-4
Turkey
Dilşat Yildiz

Japan
Misaki Tanaka
6-3
China
Liju Zhang
2018 Lohja, Finland
China

Wang Zixin
4-2
Turkey
Dilşat Yildiz

Norway
Maia Ramsfjell
5-4
New Zealand
Jessica Smith
2019 (January) Lohja, Finland
Scotland

Beth Farmer
5-3
Russia
Vlada Rumiantseva

Japan
Ami Enami
6-5
Hungary
Linda Joo
2019 (December) Lohja, Finland

References

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