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WJCC 2013: Russia women win gold, Scotland silver and Japan bronze

Having seen their men's team lose their final earlier, Russia's women made no mistake in beating defending champions Scotland by 6-5 after an extra end at the women's gold medal final at the World Junior Curling... Read More


WJCC 2013: Scotland men win gold, Russia silver, Canada bronze

Scotland won the gold medals in Sunday morning's final of the World Junior Curling Championships in Sochi, Russia, beating the host nation by 6-2, while Canada took bronze medals with their 6-4 win over Sweden. This ... Read More


WJCC 2013: Russia men and women to play gold medal games

Russia had a historic evening at the World Junior Curling Championships in Sochi, Russia on Saturday when both their men's and women's teams produced come-from-behind semi-final wins to go on to face Scotland in bo... Read More


Scotland women to play for gold medal, Russia to face Japan in Semi-final

For the second year in a row, skip Hannah Fleming and her Scottish team will play for gold medals at the World Junior Curling Championships. Scotland defeated Japan in the junior women’s 1 v 2 Page play-off game i... Read More


WJCC 2013: Play-offs, Men and Tie-breakers, Women

It took all the way to an extra end, but Scotland booked themselves a place in Sunday's final with an 8-6 win over Canada in the Page 1 v 2 Play-off. Russia won the Page 3 v 4 game, beating Sweden by 6-4, and now Can... Read More


Bringing curling to the World

Getting to a World Curling Championship can be a difficult task, but the World Curling Federation helps bring the championships to you...... Read More


WJCC 2013 Women: Scotland and Japan in Play-offs, four others in Tie-breakers

Sweden completed a remarkable turn-around on Thursday evening when, after losing their first four games in the Word Junior Curling Championships in Sochi, Russia, they beat Switzerland by 8-3 in the twelfth and final se... Read More


WJCC 2013 Men: Scotland, Canada, Russia and Sweden qualify for Play-offs

With all twelve sessions of round-robin play concluded on Thursday afternoon, the line-up for the Page Play-offs in the men's section of the World Junior Curling Championships in Sochi, Russia has now emerged. Scotla... Read More


WJCC 2013 Men: Day 7 Report

With just one round-robin game left to play on Thursday, it is still unclear which of five teams will make it through to the men's Page Play-off section of the World Junior Curling Championships, being staged in Sochi... Read More


Working up the ranks: McManus looks back on five World Junior Curling Championship appearances

Swedish skip Sara McManus is the most experienced player at the 2013 World Junior Curling Championships in Sochi, Russia. But every streak has to come to an end, and her fifth appearance at the World Junior Curling Champ... Read More


WJCC 2013 Women: Day 7 Report

Russia edged one step closer to the play-off stages in Wednesday afternoon’s tenth session of women’s play at the World Junior Curling Championships 2013 in Sochi, Russia with an emphatic victory over Denmark... Read More


WJCC 2013 Women: Day 6 Report

With their 7-3 win over Denmark in Tuesday evening's ninth session of women's round-robin play in the World Junior Curling Championships in Sochi, Russia, defending champions Scotland became the first team of the e... Read More


Tom & Corey: From Youth Olympics to Olympic Park, Sochi

This is Korey Dropkin and Tom Howell’s third trip overseas to curl. They are two of 12 athletes at the World Junior Curling Championships who represented their country at the Youth Olympic Games 2012 in Innsbruck, ... Read More


WJCC 2013 Men: Day 6 Report

Canada, Norway, Russia and Sweden all won their games in Tuesday afternoon's ninth session of men's play at the World Junior Championships, while table-toppers Scotland had a bye. As a result, all of these teams ha... Read More


WJCC 2013 Men: Day 5 Report

Switzerland were the only men's team to record two victories on Monday's fifth day of play at the World Junior Curling Championships in Sochi, Russia, while Norway and China both suffered two defeats and Scotland l... Read More

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