But his aim is more towards the IWF World Junior Championships which take place a month later in Lima, Peru, where he is expected to be challenging for a medal between May 3 and 11.
What does WJC stand for?
WJC stands for World Junior Championship (hockey tournament)
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We have 23 other meanings of WJC in our Acronym Attic
- Women's Japan Basketball League
- Western Journal of Black Studies
- When Joy Becomes Saddness (band)
- Washington Journalism Center
- Water Jet Cutting
- Western Journalism Center
- Westminster Japanese Church (Roswell, GA)
- William Jefferson Clinton (42nd US president)
- William Jewell College (Liberty, MO)
- World Jewish Congress
- Wurlitzer Jukebox Company
- Wisconsin Junior College Athletic Association
- Western Junior College Athletic Conference
- World Jersey Cattle Bureau (Trinity, Jersey, UK)
- Westside Jewish Community Center (Los Angeles, CA)
- Willetton Junior Cricket Club (Australia)
- Williamsburg-James City County Public School (Virginia)
- Winnipeg Jewish Community Council (Canada)
- Won Ji Canada Corporation (Richmond, British Columbia, Canada)
- World Junior Curling Championships
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Charlene Engelbrecht and Fred-Charles Pieterse who are currently participating at the 6-day World Junior Championships in Barcelona, Spain, are facing tough competition.
Winners Rightly seen as a highly prestigious meeting for up-and-coming athletes, the IAAF World Junior Championship has produced a number of winners, including the fastest man on earth Usain Bolt, going on to fulfil their potential on the world and Olympic stage.
The sponsorship, which first began in November 2009, has been extended for another year and will include sponsorship at the Bobsleigh World Cup, World Championships, Europa Cup, World Junior Championships and the British Bobsleigh Championships.
The World Junior Championship, which has attracted players from 25 countries, will take place at the Quito Tennis and Golf Club in the Ecuador capital Quito.
to fifth-place finishes at the World Junior Championships in both 2001 and '02.