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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.

ECC 2011 Day 3 (Mid-day) Update

After four sessions of men’s round-robin play at the Le Gruyère European Curling Championships 2011 in Moscow, undefeated Germany lead the rankings. They consolidated that position with a 7-4 win over France, scoring in four successive ends in the middle of the game.

ECC 2011 Day 2 (Evening) Update

After the third men’s round-robin session in the Le Gruyère European Curling Championships 2011 in Moscow, Germany now are the only unbeaten side.

ECC 2011 Day 2 (Mid-day) Update

Denmark, Germany and Scotland share the lead, each unbeaten, after the first two rounds of men’s round-robin play in the Le Gruyère European Curling Championships 2011 in Moscow. On Sunday morning, Denmark defeated newcomers Latvia by 7-3.

ECC 2011 Day 1 Update

Latvia, making their A Group debut at this year’s Le Gruyère European Curling Championships in Moscow’s Megasport Arena, produced the shock result of the opening round-robin men’s games when they beat defending champions Norway, led by Olympic silver medallist Thomas Ulsrud, by 8-5. Latvia opened with a score of two and followed that up with a single steal for a 3-0 lead.

Le Gruyère European Curling Championships 2011 Preview

The Russian Federation will host one of the major international curling championship events for the first time when play in the Le Gruyère European Curling Championships 2011 gets underway on Saturday 3 December in Moscow’s mammoth Megasport Arena. This will be the 37th edition of these Championships since the inaugural event in Megève, France in 1975.

Double Gold for China at Pacific-Asia Curling Championships 2011

Both the Chinese men’s and women’s teams have won the finals of the 2011 Pacific-Asia Curling Championships in Nanjing, China. In front of a home crowed at the Olympic Sports Center, the Chinese men, skipped by Rui Liu, beat New Zealand (skip Peter de Boer) 5-2.

Pacific-Asia Teams decided for 2012 World Championships

China and New Zealand have qualified for the 2012 World Men’s Curling Championship with the Pacific-Asia spots at the 2012 Ford World Women’s Curling Championship going to China and Korea. By making the finals at the 2011 Pacific-Asia Curling Championships (PACC) currently underway in Nanjing, China, these four teams secured their places at the 2012 World Championships.

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