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ECC 2011 Women's Final

The women’s final at the Le Gruyère European Curling Championships 2011 in Moscow was between unbeaten Sweden and a Scottish team that started the event poorly but kept improving as the week went on. The Scots came out on top, overwhelming Sweden to win by 8-2 in just eight ends. The Scots started better, scoring singles in each of the first two ends for a 2-0 lead.

ECC 2011 Day 7 (Evening) Update

Russia’s women won bronze on home territory when they beat Denmark by 13-7 in the bronze-medal play-off at the Le Gruyère European Curling Championships 2011 in Moscow, while the Danish men beat the Czech Republic by 9-6 for their bronze medals.

ECC 2011 Day 7 (Mid-day) Update

Norway’s men’s team kept their title defence alive when they beat the Czech Republic by 5-2 in the semi-final of the Le Gruyère European Curling Championships 2011 in Moscow.

ECC 2011 Play-offs Day 6

In the Page Play-off session of the Le Gruyère European Curling Championships 2011 in Moscow, the Swedish men recovered from two bad ends to win by 5-4 and move directly to Saturday’s gold medal final. Both teams were cagey in the opening ends, but, with scores in both the fourth and fifth ends, Sweden built a 3-0 halfway lead, only for Norway to cut it back to 3-2.

ECC 2011 Day 6 (Mid-day) Update

Jiri Snitil and his Czech Republic team emerged victorious from the men’s tie-break sessions at the Le Gruyère European Curling Championships 2011 in Moscow, and now face Denmark in the Page 3-4 Play-off, with a place in the semi-final up for grabs.

ECC 2011 Day 5 (Evening) Update

Although the women’s round-robin section of the Le Gruyère European Curling Championships 2011 in Moscow has now been concluded, the play-off set-up has yet to be finalised, with tie-breakers still needed to determine final ranking. In the last round-robin session, table-toppers Sweden kept their unblemished record in fine style, overwhelming Latvia by 14-2 in just six ends.

ECC 2011 Day 5 (Mid-day) Update

As the round-robin section of the Le Gruyère European Curling Championships 2011 reaches its conclusion in Moscow, the tension grows for every team. In the women’s eighth round-robin session, the game between Sweden and Russia was high-stakes indeed.

ECC 2011 Day 4 (Evening) Update

The Swedish women became the first team to qualify for the medal stages of the Le Gruyère European Curling Championships 2011 in Moscow when they won their seventh round-robin game, comfortably beating Italy by 8-3, retaining their unbeaten record in the process.

ECC 2011 Day 4 (Mid-day) Update

With the medal stages approaching fast, the action is hotting up at the Le Gruyère European Curling Championships 2011 in Moscow. In a tense sixth session of men’s round-robin play Denmark – last year’s silver medallists faced Scotland.

ECC 2011 Day 3 (Evening) Update

After five sessions of men’s round-robin play in the Le Gruyère European Curling Championships 2011 in Moscow, three teams share the lead, each on four wins – Denmark, Germany and Sweden. Denmark had a solid 8-3 win over Italy, which now means that the Italians are still looking for their first victory of the week.

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