Czech boys and German girls qualified for the World Junior Curling Championships 2008 in Sweden.

Introduction



EJCC 2008 - Introduction
EJCC 2008 - Women Teams
EJCC 2008 - Men Teams
EJCC 2008 - Live
EJCC 2006

On behalf of the Organizing committee,

I would like to welcome all competitors, officials and curling supporters to the European Junior Curling Challange 2008 here in Prague. The Host Committee did their best to present this event and I hope that you will spend nice time in our country. I wish the competitors good luck and good curling and look forward to meeting curling friends old and new.

MUDr. Milan Jirásek
the President of the Czech Olympic Committee -chairman


2008 EUROPEAN JUNIOR CURLING CHALLENGE (EJCC)
PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC … 03 - 07 January 2008


  • 1. World Curling Federation (WCF) rules apply, unless otherwise indicated below or explained at the Team Meeting (3 January, Prague Curling Club, 10:25).

  • 2. The Junior Women (8 teams) will be in one group and will play a single round-robin series. At the end of the round-robin series the team that is ranked in 1st position will advance to the final game, the teams ranked 2nd and 3rd will play a single game with the winner advancing to the final game. The winner of the final game will qualify their Association for the World Junior Curling Championships (WJCC) 2008.

  • 3. The Junior Men (12 teams) will be divided into two (2) groups "MA" and "MB". The teams in each group are listed within this document. Each group plays a round-robin series. At the end of the round-robin series there must be a clear ranking for 1st and 2nd position in each group. The playoff format will then be: - the team ranked 1st from MA playing against the team ranked 2nd from MB, and the team ranked 2nd from MA playing against the team ranked 1st from MB. The winners of those games advance to the final game, and the winner of the final game will qualify their Association for the World Junior Curling Championships (WJCC) 2008.

  • 4. All games will be eight (8) ends, with extra end(s) to break tied games.

  • 5. There will be a five minute practice for each team before each round-robin game. The practice starts 15 minutes before the scheduled game time. * Indicates the team with the first practice. The teams must toss a coin during the Team Meeting to decide which team will have first practice in their first game.

  • 6. At the conclusion of the team’s pre-game practice, one player delivers one stone to the tee at the home end (glassed end). The team with the lesser Draw Shot Distance (DSD) has the choice of delivering first or second stone in the first end. If the DSD are equal, a toss of the coin will determine which team has the choice.

  • 7. First named team in each draw plays stones with dark coloured handles, and should wear dark coloured upper playing garments. Red is considered a dark colour.

  • 8. The Chief Umpire will determine the schedule and ice for all post round-robin games as soon as the number of games required and the opponents have been determined.





  • TEAMS

    
    MEN - 6 TEAMS (MA)

    WOMEN - 8 TEAMS

    BELGIUM (BEL) CZECH REPUBLIC (cze)
    CZECH REPUBLIC (CZE) FINLAND (fin)
    FINLAND (FIN) FRANCE (fra)
    FRANCE (FRA) GERMANY (ger)
    LATVIA (LAT) ITALY (ita)
    SPAIN (ESP) POLAND (pol)
    SLOVAKIA (svk)
    MEN - 6 TEAMS (MB) SPAIN (esp)


    ESTONIA (EST)
    ITALY (ITA)
    NETHERLANDS (NED)
    POLAND (POL)
    RUSSIA (RUS)
    SLOVAKIA (SVK)



    STANDINGS

    
    Teamwinslossesgames
    men
    1.  CZECH REPUBLIC707
    2.  POLAND527
    3.  FRANCE426
    4.  RUSSIA (DSC 349.5)437
    5.  ESTONIA (DSC 479.1)437
    6.  ITALY (DSC 495.8)336
    7.  LATVIA235
    8.  SPAIN235
    9.  NETHERLANDS235
    10.  BELGIUM145
    11.  FINLAND145
    12.  SLOVAKIA055
    women
    1.  germany (DSC 131.8)718
    2.  italy (DSC 516.5)729
    3.  czech republic (DSC 148.4)628
    4.  france437
    5.  finland347
    6.  spain257
    7.  poland167
    8.  slovakia077



    Czech boys and German girls qualified for the World Junior Curling Championships 2008 in Sweden.


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