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Draws

Draw #3
Austria
Austria
NaN
Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan
NaN
 
Slovenia
Slovenia
NaN
Nigeria
Nigeria
NaN
 
Ukraine
Ukraine
NaN
Türkiye
Türkiye
NaN
 
Croatia
Croatia
NaN
Slovakia
Slovakia
NaN
 
Draw #4
Lithuania
Lithuania
NaN
Wales
Wales
NaN
 
China
China
NaN
Chinese Taipei
Chinese Taipei
NaN
 
Portugal
Portugal
NaN
France
France
NaN
 
Netherlands
Netherlands
NaN
New Zealand
New Zealand
NaN
 
Latvia
Latvia
NaN
Poland
Poland
NaN
 
Romania
Romania
NaN
Ireland
Ireland
NaN
 
Draw #5
Nigeria
Nigeria
NaN
Finland
Finland
NaN
 
Guyana
Guyana
NaN
Austria
Austria
NaN
 
Spain
Spain
NaN
Ukraine
Ukraine
NaN
 
Türkiye
Türkiye
NaN
Hong Kong, China
Hong Kong, China
NaN
 
Draw #6
India
India
NaN
Portugal
Portugal
NaN
 
Wales
Wales
NaN
France
France
NaN
 
China
China
NaN
Lithuania
Lithuania
NaN
 
Poland
Poland
NaN
Romania
Romania
NaN
 
Mexico
Mexico
NaN
Ireland
Ireland
NaN
 
Latvia
Latvia
NaN
Netherlands
Netherlands
NaN
 

Standings

Pos
 
Association
Record
-
China
China
0 - 0
-
France
France
0 - 0
-
India
India
0 - 0
-
Lithuania
Lithuania
0 - 0
-
Portugal
Portugal
0 - 0
-
Chinese Taipei
Chinese Taipei
0 - 0
-
Wales
Wales
0 - 0
Pos
 
Association
Record
-
Ireland
Ireland
0 - 0
-
Latvia
Latvia
0 - 0
-
Mexico
Mexico
0 - 0
-
Netherlands
Netherlands
0 - 0
-
New Zealand
New Zealand
0 - 0
-
Poland
Poland
0 - 0
-
Romania
Romania
0 - 0
Pos
 
Association
Record
-
Austria
Austria
0 - 0
-
Finland
Finland
0 - 0
-
Guyana
Guyana
0 - 0
-
Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan
0 - 0
-
Nigeria
Nigeria
0 - 0
-
Slovenia
Slovenia
0 - 0
Pos
 
Association
Record
-
Croatia
Croatia
0 - 0
-
Spain
Spain
0 - 0
-
Hong Kong, China
Hong Kong, China
0 - 0
-
Slovakia
Slovakia
0 - 0
-
Türkiye
Türkiye
0 - 0
-
Ukraine
Ukraine
0 - 0
Championship Country Start End  
World Junior-B Curling Championships 2022 LOHJA, Finland 12/8/2022 12/19/2022 MenWomen
2023 FISU World University Games LAKE PLACID, United States of America 1/12/2023 1/22/2023 MenWomen
European Youth Olympic Festival 2023 PORDENONE, Italy 1/23/2023 1/27/2023 Mixed

 

Did you know?

There or thereabouts at the World's

Nobody has played as many World Championship finals as Pete Smith of Scotland that reached the final eight times in his eleven appearances at the World's. Three of these times he has won, in 1991, 2006 and 2009

Second among the men is Oskar Eriksson of Sweden with six appearances and four wins.

Anette Norberg of Sweden of Dordi Nordby of Norway has played five finals each, winning three (for Anette) and two (for Dordi).

Twelve players has played four finals, among the Elisabeth Gustafson's Swedish juggernaut that won all their four appearances in the finals.