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Pacific-Asia Curling Championships 2011
Event Countdown presented by60Seconds60Minutes60Hours60DaysParticipating teams at the 2011 event:
Women: China, Japan, Korea and New Zealand
Men: Australia, China, Japan, Korea, New Zealand and Chinese Taipei
See: Pacific Curling Championships 2010
Ford World Women's Curling Championship 2012
Event Countdown presented by60Seconds60Minutes60Hours60DaysThe following WCF Member Assocations will compete in Lethbridge for the Ford World Women’s Curling Championship 2012 – Canada (as host) USA, China (PACC 2011 Gold) Korea (PACC 2011 Silver) Scotland (ECC 2011 Gold), Sweden (ECC 20
Pacific-Asia Championships volunteers take to the ice
Almaty, Kazakhstan Tuesday 10 November 2015The Pacific-Asia Curling Championships 2015 (PACC), making their debut in Kazkahstan this year, are now well underway, with the five women’s teams and eight men’s teams in the midst of round-robin play, all staking their claim to qualify for th
Hong Kong make their mark at first international curling event
Perth, Scotland Tuesday 17 November 2015They may not have won a game, they may have managed to score a total of just twelve points in their campaign, and found themselves on the receiving end of an eight-ender by Australia, but newcomers Hong Kong were one of the undoubted hits of the Pacific-Asia
Record entries for PACC 2016 as Winter Olympics near
Perth, Scotland Friday 5 August 2016The Pacific-Asia Curling Championships 2016 will have a record number of teams competing this year, when it heads to Uiseong in Korea – the host nation of the 2018 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.
Some 17 teams will compete across the men’s and