With the business end of the event fast approaching, Canada took one step closer to the top qualifying spot for the weekend medal games at the Ford World Men’s Curling Championship in Regina, Canada, scoring a 9-4 win over the Czech Republic in Wednesday morning’s twelfth session of round-robin play. This was Canada’s eighth straight win.
Canada continued to march towards the weekend medal games and an unbeaten round-robin record on Wednesday afternoon at the Ford World Men’s Curling Championships in Regina, Canada, with their ninth straight victory, a 10-6 win over Sweden, one of the teams fighting to join them in the Play-off stages.
Scotland’s Tom Brewster and his team kept their dream debut going as they beat China by 5-3 on Tuesday morning to record their sixth successive win at the Ford World Men’s Curling Championship in Regina, Canada in the ninth session of round-robin play.
Canada’s Jeff Stoughton won the top-of-the table clash between the event’s two unbeaten teams at the Ford World Men’s Curling Championship when he beat Scotland’s Tom Brewster by 7-3 in Tuesday evening’s eleventh session of round-robin play in Regina, Canada.
As Scotland and Canada continued their unbeaten ways in Monday’s play at the Ford World Men’s Curling Championship in Regina, Canada – Scotland having an afternoon extra end 5-4 win
Table-toppers Canada and Scotland continued their unbeaten runs at the Ford World Men’s Curling Championship in Regina, Canada, as both notched up their fourth wins of the event in Monday morning’s sixth session of round-robin play. Perhaps surprisingly, pre-event favourites Canada were taken all the way to ten ends by Korea before running out as 7-4 winners.
Hosts Canada and France share the lead at the end of Saturday’s first day of round-robin play in the Ford World Men’s Curling Championship 2011 in Regina, Canada. Both of these teams were in action twice on Saturday. Canada’s Jeff Stoughton opened with an 8-4 win over Switzerland’s Christof Schwaller, which turned on a Canadian steal of three in the fifth end.
After the first three-draw day of the 2011 Ford World Men’s Curling Championship, being staged in Regina, Canada, the hosts and Scotland emerged at the top of the Sunday evening rankings, both undefeated after three games. Canada only had one appearance on Sunday, and Jeff Stoughton and his men were pushed all the way by Germany’s Andy Kapp, before winning by 7-4.
The family of the late Ray Kingsmith has received the 2011 World Curling Freytag Award at a special ceremony which took place during the opening banquet of the 2011 Ford World Men’s Curling Championship in Regina, Saskatchewan. The award was presented by World Curling Federation President Kate Caithness to Kingsmith’s children, Marlene, Doug, Joan and Don.
The Ford World Men’s Curling Championship, presented by Richardson, starts this Saturday (2 April) in the Brandt Centre at Evraz Place in Regina, the capital of Saskatchewan in Canada. Altogether twelve countries will contest the Championship which runs to Sunday 10th April.
Sweden’s double Olympic champion Anette Norberg and her team of Cecilia Östlund, Sara Carlsson and Lotta Lennartsson won the final of the 2011 Capital One World Women’s Curling Championship in Esbjerg, Denmark on Sunday afternoon, beating Canadian team of Heather Kalenchuk, Tammy and Kim Schneider, and skip Amber Holland by 7-5.
China’s Bingyu Wang beat Denmark’s Lene Nielsen by 10-9 to win bronze at the Capital One World Women’s Curling Championship in Esbjerg, Denmark on Sunday morning.
Sweden will meet Canada in the final of the Capital One World Women’s Curling Championship 2011 in Esbjerg, Denmark on Sunday after Canada beat China 8-5 in Saturday’s semi-final. China now plays in the bronze medal game on Sunday against Denmark, who went down by 7-10 to Canada earlier in the three versus four Page Play-off game.
Canada’s Amber Holland kept her world title hopes alive when she won a tense Page three versus four play-off against hosts Denmark by 10-7 on Saturday morning, stealing three points in an extra end that qualified her team for a Saturday afternoon semi-final show-down with China in the Capital One World Women’s Curling Championship in Esbjerg, Denmark.