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Curling Loses Two Great Friends

In the last two weeks, the world of curling has lost two great friends who made a great contribution to the sport in very different ways.


World Senior Curling Championships 2011 Day 4

Senior Men’s Blue Group USA 6-0 (qualified for QF) Scotland 4-1 England 3-2 Japan 3-2 Hungary 2-3 France 0-5 Netherlands 0-5 Senior Men’s Red Group Canada 5-0 (qualified for


World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship 2011 Day 4

Mixed Doubles Blue Group Switzerland 5-0 Russia 4-1 Denmark 3-2 Slovakia 3-2 Canada 2-4 England 1-4 Italy 1-4 Norway 1-4 Mixed Doubles Red Group Japan 5-1 Sweden 5-1 Hungary 4-2 Finland 3-3


World Senior Curling Championships 2011 Day 3

Senior Men’s Blue Group USA 5-0 Japan 3-1 Scotland 3-1 Hungary 2-2 England 2-2 France 0-4 Netherlands 0-5 Senior Men’s Red Group Canada 4-0 Denmark 3-1 Germany 3-2 Sweden


World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship 2011 Day 3

Mixed Doubles Blue Group Switzerland 4-0 Russia 3-1 Canada 2-2 Denmark 2-2 Slovakia 2-2 England 1-3 Italy 1-3 Norway 1-3 Mixed Doubles Red Group Sweden 4-0 Finland 3-1 Hungary 3-1 Japan


World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship 2011 Day 2

Mixed Doubles Blue Group Switzerland 3-0 Canada 2-1 Russia 2-1 Slovakia 2-1 Denmark 1-2 England 1-2 Italy 1-2 Norway 0-3 Mixed Doubles Red Group Hungary 3-0 Sweden 3-0 Finland 2-1 Japan


World Senior Curling Championships 2011 Day 2

Senior Men’s Blue Group USA 3-0 Scotland 2-0 Hungary 2-1 Japan 1-1 England 1-2 France 0-2 Netherlands 0-3 Senior Men’s Red Group Canada 3-0 Denmark 2-1 Germany 2-1 Czech Republic


World Senior Curling Championships 2011 Day 1

Senior Men’s Blue Group Scotland 2-0 USA 2-0 England 1-1 Hungary 1-1 France 0-1 Japan 0-1 Netherlands 0-2 Senior Men’s Red Group Canada 2-0 Germany 2-0 Denmark 1-1 Finland 1-1


World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship 2011 Day 1

Mixed Doubles Blue Group Canada 1-0 England 1-0 Russia 1-0 Switzerland 1-0 Norway 0-1 Slovakia 0-1 Denmark 0-1 Italy 0-1 Mixed Doubles Red Group China 1-0 Czech Republic 1-0 Scotland


World Senior Curling Championships 2011 Preview

The final World Curling Federation (WCF) championships of the 2010-2011 season get underway on Sunday 17 April when Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA plays host to the 2011 World Mixed Doubles Championship


World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship 2011 Preview

The final World Curling Federation (WCF) championships of the 2010-2011 season get underway on Sunday 17 April when Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA plays host to the 2011 World Mixed Doubles Championship


Ford World Men's Curling Championship 2011 Gold Medal

Canada confirmed their position as pre-event favourites when Jeff Stoughton and his team of Jon Mead, Reid Carruthers and Steve Gould beat Tom Brewster’s Scotland team by 6-5 in Sunday


Ford World Men's Curling Championship 2011 Bronze

Niklas Edin led his Swedish team of Sebastian Kraupp, Fredrik Lindberg and Viktor Kjäll to bronze medals at the Ford World Men’s Curling Championship 2011 in Regina, Canada, with a 7-6 win


Forld World Men's Curling Championship 2011 Semi Final

At the end of a tense semi-final that went to an extra end, Scotland emerged as 7-6 winners over Norway to now go on to face Canada in Sunday evening’s final of the Ford World Men’s


Ford World Men's Curling Championship 2011 3v4 Playoff

Norway’s Thomas Ulsrud and his team of Torger Nergård, Chistoffer Svae and Håvard Vad Petersson will now face Scotland’s Tom Brewster in Saturday evening’s semi-final of

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