Asian Winter Games

Canada and United States join Sweden in the Olympic semi-finals

Canada beat Denmark by 8-3 in just seven ends in Wednesday afternoon's final men's round-robin session, to record their sixth win and qualify in second place overall for the semi-finals at the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018. Also in this session, United States beat Great Britain by 10-4.

Sweden and Great Britain women into Olympic curling semi-finals

Wins for Sweden and Great Britain in Wednesday morning's second-last session of women's round-robin play at the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018 meant that both teams qualified for the semi-finals. Sweden were 8-4 winners over China, while Great Britain beat Canada by 6-5.

Team competition day eight - athlete quotes

Flash quotes from the eighth day of the Olympic Winter Games 2018 team competitions.

Possible scenarios for conclusion of round-robin stages

Possible scenarios for the end of the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018 women's and men's curling competitions.

Japan and United States keep Olympic Winter Games play-off hopes alive

Both Japan and United States came up with wins to stay in play-off contention in Tuesday night's session ten of round-robin play at the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018. In a must-win battle, United States defeated Switzerland 8-4, for their fourth win, to keep their hopes of a semi-final place alive.

Historic first Olympic semi-final place for Korea

With a 9-6 win over United States in Tuesday afternoon's tenth session of women's round-robin play at the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018, Korea became the first women's team to qualify for the semi-finals and the only Korean team to do so in Olympic history. In other games in this session, Great Britain beat Japan by 8-6 and China were 7-5 winners over Canada.

Crucial wins for Canada and Great Britain

Both Canada and Great Britain took one step closer to the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018 semi-finals with wins in Tuesday morning's tenth men's round-robin session. Canada had an 8-4 win over Japan while Great Britain beat Norway by 10-3 in just seven ends.

Fifth Olympics for Norwegian curler, Torger Nergaard

When Norway's Torger Nergaard was collecting gold at the Salt Lake City 2002 Olympic Winter Games, team-mate Markus Hoeiberg was 10 years old. Now Nergaard, 43, has created history at PyeongChang 2018 by becoming the first curler, male or female, to compete at five Olympic Winter Games. "Making five Olympics? I can't even imagine it," Norway skip Thomas Ulsrud said.

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