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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 Photo: www.njaoti.
Biggest Pacific-Asia Championships ready for action
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Japanese Junior Women and Chinese Junior Men win PAJCC 2013
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Korea women and China men qualify for WJCC 2014
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