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.
Canada is through to the final of the 2011 World Wheelchair Curling Championship in Prague and will play the winner of the semi final game between Norway and Scotland. Monday’s playoffs saw Canada add another win to their unbeaten run at the event in Prague’s Roztyly Curling hall, as they won the 1v2 playoff game 7-4 against Norway.
The 2011 World Junior Curling Championships get underway this Saturday - 5th March - at the Dewars Centre in Perth, Scotland.
Canada, Norway, Russia and Scotland are through to the playoff stages of the 2011 World Wheelchair Curling Championship in Prague. Sunday was a day of great suspense at the Roztyly Curling Hall.
Canada secured a playoff spot at the 2011 World Wheelchair Curling Championships on Saturday winning 8 games in row. Another four teams – Scotland, Norway, Russia and China – are still in contention for the remaining three places. The last day of round robin play on Sunday will be crucial as Scotland, currently on six wins and one loss, plays China, then Canada.
Scotland ended Norway’s unbeaten run on Friday with a 9-1 win at the 2011 World Wheelchair Curling Championship in Prague. Norway and Scotland are now tied in second position on five wins and one loss each. Canada tops the standings unbeaten with 6 wins, with all ten teams in the championship now having played 6 games with 3 more to go in the round robin.
Norway and Canada stretched their lead to five wins and no losses on Thursday at the World Wheelchair Curling Championship 2011. In the morning, Norway beat China 6-3 and then went on to beat Korea 8-7.
February 23, 2011
Canada and Norway remain unbeaten with three wins apiece after the second day of the 2011 World Wheelchair Curling Championship in Prague. Both teams had only one game on Wednesday in the morning session with Norway beating Russia 7-3. In their game against Korea, the Canadians had to play catch up until the sixth end where they took three points.
February 22, 2011
The World Curling Federation (WCF) has announced that Chuncheon City, in South Korea will host the 2012 World Wheelchair Curling Championship. The event will be held in the Uiam Ice Rink, Chuncheon City, Gangwon Province between 18-25 February 2012. “The World Curling Federation is delighted to confirm that the 2012 Championship will be staged in Korea.
February 22, 2011
Canada and Norway are unbeaten after first day of play at the 2011 World Wheelchair Curling Championship at the Curling Hall Roztyly in the Czech capital Prague. The Canadians, reigning World and Paralympic champions stole both their wins.