Russia’s Anna Sidorova tops the rankings, undefeated, in the women’s competition after six sessions of play at the World Junior Curling Championships 2011 in Perth, Scotland. Sidorova and Scotland’s Eve Muirhead are scheduled to meet each other on Thursday, the final day of round-robin play and this game could be the decider as to which of them eventually tops the rankings.
Sweden beat Finland by 7-2 to stand alone at the top of the Men’s rankings with five wins and one loss after the sixth session of round-robin play at the World Junior Curling Championships in Perth, Scotland on Tuesday.
In an action-packed fifth session of men’s round-robin play on Monday evening at the World Junior Curling Championships in Perth, Scotland, the Czech Republic’s Lukas Klima recorded his first win, beating China by 6-5, while Norway and Sweden picked up another win each to sit tied on four wins and one loss at the top of the standings.
Scotland’s Eve Muirhead and Russia’s Anna Sidorova share the lead on four wins and no losses after four sessions of round-robin play at the World Junior Curling Championships in Perth. The Scots were in control throughout, scoring two in the first end and stealing a single in the second to set up an 8-3 win over USA’s Rebecca Hamilton.
After three rounds of play in the women’s round-robin at the World Junior Curling Championships in Perth, Scotland, Russia, Scotland and Sweden are unbeaten in joint top position.
Thanks to a 7-3 win over the Czech Republic in the third session of round-robin play at the World Junior Curling Championships in Perth, Scotland, Norway’s Steffen Mellemseter stands alone, unbeaten at the top of the rankings. Behind Norway, five teams share second place on just one loss.
Canada’s Braeden Moskowy and his Saskatchewan team came into the 2011 World Junior Curling Championships in Perth, Scotland on a twenty-game winning streak, having gone through Canada’s province and national championships unbeaten, but this record was undone twice in the opening day’s play.
Canada’s Trish Paulsen went down to a 2-9 defeat at the hands of Sweden’s Jonna McManus in Saturday’s opening session of women’s round-robin play at the World Junior Curling Championships, being staged in the Dewar’s Centre, Perth, Scotland.
361° the major Chinese sports apparel brand has becomes a key partner of the World Curling Federation and the Swedish Curling Association. The partnership has been secured by Infront Sports & Media, Official Media and Marketing Partner of the World Curling Federation.
Aileen Neilson skip of the Scottish wheelchair curling team, has won the 2011 World Wheelchair Curling Championship sportsmanship award. Neilson was nominated by her fellow competitors. They were all invited to nominate a player at the event who, in their view, best exemplified the traditional values of skill, honesty, fair play, sportsmanship and friendship.
Canada won the 2011 World Wheelchair Curling Championship on Tuesday, beating Scotland 7-3 in the final and crowning an unbeaten championship run.