1994 World Junior Curling Championships

The 1994 World Junior Curling Championships were held from April 2 to 9 at Winter Sports Palace in Sofia, Bulgaria.

1994 World Junior Curling Championships
Host citySofia, Bulgaria
ArenaWinter Sports Palace
DatesApril 2–9
Men's winner Canada (7th title)
SkipColin Davison
ThirdKelly Mittelstadt
SecondScott Pfeifer
LeadSean Morris
AlternateRob Simpson
Finalist Germany (Daniel Herberg)
Women's winner Canada (3rd title)
SkipKim Gellard
ThirdCori Beveridge
SecondLisa Savage
LeadSandy Graham
AlternateHeather Crockett
Finalist United States (Erika Brown)
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MenEdit

TeamsEdit

Country Skip Third Second Lead Alternate Coach
  Bulgaria Ivaylo Petrov Kiril Kirilov Bojidar Momerin Ianakiev Evtimov Stanimir Petrov
  Canada Colin Davison Kelly Mittelstadt Scott Pfeifer Sean Morris Rob Simpson
  Denmark Johnny Frederiksen Kenneth Hertsdahl Lars Vilandt Bo Jensen Lars Nissen
  France Spencer Mugnier Thomas Dufour Sylvain Ducroz Philippe Caux Cyrille Prunet
  Germany Daniel Herberg Stephan Knoll Oliver Trevisiol Markus Rohrmoser Hans-Peter Kiess
  Japan Hiroshi Sato Nobumitsu Fujisawa Yoshihiro Kataoka Naoki Kudo Hidetaka Sunaga
  Scotland Craig Wilson Neil Murdoch Ricky Burnett Craig Strawhorn Euan Byers Robin Halliday
  Sweden Per Granqvist Emil Marklund Peter Hillbom Emil Nordkvist Joakim Carlsson
   Switzerland Yannick Renggli Chrislian Razafimahefa Gregory Renggli Patrick Tinembart Ralph Stöckli
  United States Mike Peplinski Craig Brown Ryan Braudt Cory Ward Ryan Quinn

Round RobinEdit

Key
Teams to Playoffs
Place Country 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Wins Losses
1   United States * 7:0 7:5 7:1 7:3 8:6 4:10 6:2 10:4 8:2 8 1
2   Germany 0:7 * 4:6 5:2 10:7 6:3 5:3 1:7 5:4 8:5 6 3
3    Switzerland 5:7 6:4 * 3:8 10:4 8:3 5:7 5:3 10:1 10:3 6 3
4   Canada 1:7 2:5 8:3 * 6:4 5:7 9:4 8:2 10:5 7:4 6 3
5   Scotland 3:7 7:10 4:10 4:6 * W 6:5 6:4 12:3 11:4 5 4
6   Sweden 6:8 3:6 3:8 7:5 L * 6:3 6:3 5:4 7:1 5 4
7   France 10:4 3:5 7:5 4:9 5:6 3:6 * 8:10 6:4 10:2 4 5
8   Denmark 2:6 7:1 3:5 2:8 4:6 3:6 10:8 * 5:6 10:2 3 6
9   Japan 4:10 4:5 1:10 5:10 3:12 4:5 4:6 6:5 * 7:6 2 7
10   Bulgaria 2:8 5:8 3:10 4:7 4:11 1:7 2:10 2:10 6:7 * 0 9

(«W» — technical win; «L» — technical loss)

PlayoffsEdit

Semifinals Gold Medal Game
      
1   United States 5
4   Canada 8
4   Canada 6
2   Germany 2
2   Germany 7
3    Switzerland 2

RankingsEdit

Place Country Games Wins Losses
    Canada 11 8 3
    Germany 11 7 4
     Switzerland 10 6 4
    United States 10 8 2
5   Scotland 9 5 4
6   Sweden 9 5 4
7   France 9 4 5
8   Denmark 9 3 6
9   Japan 9 2 7
10   Bulgaria 9 0 9

WomenEdit

TeamsEdit

Country Skip Third Second Lead Alternate Coach
  Bulgaria Marina Karagiozova Zvetelina Karagiozova Rumiana Atanasova Anna Tzaneva Rousiana Rouskova
  Canada Kim Gellard Cori Beveridge Lisa Savage Sandy Graham Heather Crockett
  Denmark Angelina Jensen Dorthe Holm Kamilla Schack Helene Jensen Charlotte Hedegaard
  Germany Gerrit Müller Marion Klotz Anja Messenzehl Manon Stockhammar Britta Weddige
  Japan Hitomi Suzuki Mika Hori Fumiko Hirosawa Kozue Hasegawa Yumiko Abe
  Norway Marianne Haslum Kristin Løvseth Elisabeth Sandberg Hege Korstadshagen Ellen Kittelsen Thoralf Hognestad
  Scotland Gillian Howard Kirsty Hynd Alison Kinghorn Sandra Hynd Fiona Brown
  Sweden Ulrika Bergman (4th) Margaretha Lindahl (skip) Anna Bergström Maria "Mia" Zackrisson Maria Engholm
   Switzerland Manuela Kormann Sandra Zaugg Miriam Wymann Isabelle Zaugg Brigitte Portmann
  United States Erika Brown Debbie Henry Stacey Liapis Analissa Johnson Allison Darragh

Round RobinEdit

Key
Teams to Playoffs
Place Country 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Wins Losses
1   Canada * 7:4 5:3 5:9 7:4 9:7 9:5 7:6 10:3 9:1 8 1
2   Denmark 4:7 * 9:3 4:6 10:5 10:4 6:3 10:4 7:5 14:3 7 2
3   United States 3:5 3:9 * 9:4 3:6 5:4 6:5 10:2 9:3 12:2 6 3
4   Sweden 9:5 6:4 4:9 * 8:9 3:5 9:3 10:2 9:5 14:3 6 3
5   Norway 4:7 5:10 6:3 9:8 * 5:3 4:12 12:7 3:6 12:6 5 4
6    Switzerland 7:9 4:10 4:5 5:3 3:5 * 8:7 8:4 7:5 11:3 5 4
7   Scotland 5:9 3:6 5:6 3:9 12:4 7:8 * 9:3 7:4 13:0 4 5
8   Germany 6:7 4:10 2:10 2:10 7:12 4:8 3:9 * 11:5 12:2 2 7
8   Japan 3:10 5:7 3:9 5:9 6:3 5:7 4:7 5:11 * 9:6 2 7
10   Bulgaria 1:9 3:14 2:12 3:14 6:12 3:11 0:13 2:12 6:9 * 0 9

PlayoffsEdit

Semifinals Gold Medal Game
      
1   Canada 8
4   Sweden 2
1   Canada 9
3   United States 7
2   Denmark 6
3   United States 7

RankingsEdit

Place Country Games Wins Losses
    Canada 11 10 1
    United States 11 7 4
    Sweden 10 6 4
    Denmark 10 7 3
5   Norway 9 5 4
6    Switzerland 9 5 4
7   Scotland 9 4 5
8   Germany 9 2 7
9   Japan 9 2 7
10   Bulgaria 9 0 9

AwardsEdit

WJCC All-Star Team:

Skip Third Second Lead
Men   Mike Peplinski   Craig Brown   Ricky Burnett   Emil Nordkvist
Women   Kim Gellard   Dorthe Holm   Anna Bergström   Maria "Mia" Zackrisson

WJCC Sportsmanship Award:

Men   Daniel Herberg
Women   Gerrit Müller

SourcesEdit