2004 Pacific Curling Championships

The 2004 Pacific Curling Championships were held at the Euiam Ice Rink in Chuncheon, South Korea from November 20 to 25.

2004 Pacific Curling Championships
Host cityChuncheon, South Korea
ArenaEuiam Ice Rink
DatesNovember 20–25
Men's winner New Zealand
Curling clubRanfurly Curling Club, Ranfurly, New Zealand
SkipSean Becker
ThirdHans Frauenlob
SecondDan Mustapic
LeadLorne De Pape
AlternateWarren Dobson
Finalist Australia (Hugh Millikin)
Women's winner Japan
Curling clubAomori Curling Club, Aomori
SkipYumie Funayama
ThirdAyumi Ogasawara
SecondSakurako Terada
LeadMoe Meguro
AlternateMari Motohashi
Finalist China (Wang Bingyu)
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New Zealand's Sean Becker won the men's event over Australia's Hugh Millikin. By virtue of reaching the finals, both nations qualified for the 2005 Ford World Men's Curling Championship in Victoria, British Columbia.

On the women's side, Japan's Yumie Funayama defeated China's Wang Bingyu in the final. This qualified both Japan and China for the 2005 World Women's Curling Championship in Paisley, Scotland.

Men'sEdit

Final Round Robin StandingsEdit

Country Skip W L
  Australia Hugh Millikin 4 1
  New Zealand Sean Becker 4 1
  Japan Hiroaki Kashiwagi 3 2
  China Xu Xiaoming 3 2
  South Korea Baek Jong Chul 1 4
  Chinese Taipei Brendon Liu 0 5

PlayoffsEdit

  Semifinals Finals
                     
  1   Australia 5 11 6  
4   China 6 4 3  
  1   Australia 8
  2   New Zealand 9
1   New Zealand 8 3 7
  2   Japan 4 5 5  
Bronze medal
   
3   Japan 11
4   China 6
5th place
   
5   South Korea 9
6   Chinese Taipei 5

Women'sEdit

Final Round Robin StandingsEdit

Country Skip W L
  China Wang Bingyu 4 1
  South Korea Kim Mi-yeon 4 1
  Japan Yumie Funayama 4 1
  New Zealand Bridget Becker 2 3
  Australia Helen Williams 1 4
  Chinese Taipei Cheng Li-Lin 0 5

PlayoffsEdit

  Semifinals Finals
                     
  1   China 12 10  
4   New Zealand 8 6  
  1   China 8
  3   Japan 9
2   South Korea 4 6
  3   Japan 5 8  
Bronze medal
   
4   New Zealand 6
2   South Korea 10
5th place
   
5   Australia 12
6   Chinese Taipei 9

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