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100% Canada win Ford World Men’s Curling Championship 2017

Canada are the Ford World Men’s Curling Championship 2017 champions, after beating Sweden 4-2 in the gold medal final, in Edmonton’s Northlands Coliseum, on Sunday (9 April) evening.

Switzerland win Ford World Men’s bronze medals in Edmonton

Switzerland beat USA by 7-5 in Sunday (9 April) afternoon’s bronze medal game, in the Ford World Men’s Curling Championship 2017, in Edmonton’s Northlands Coliseum in Canada.

Sweden set to join Canada in Ford World Men’s final

Sweden have reached the final of the Ford World Men’s Curling Championship 2017 after beating Switzerland in Saturday (7 April) evening’s semi-final, staged in Edmonton’s Northlands Coliseum, in Canada. Sweden now go on to face Canada – unbeaten so far – in the gold medal final on Sunday (9 April) at 18.

#FWMCC2017: Taking curling global

To say there’s a lot of work that goes into a live sports broadcast would be an understatement. Take the Ford Men’s World Curling Championship 2017 being hosted in Edmonton, Canada, where there’s more going on behind the scenes, that meets the eye.

Eight men’s teams set for 2018 Olympic Games as hosts complete round-robin undefeated

In Thursday (6 April) evening’s last session of round-robin play in the Ford World Men’s Curling Championship 2017 – being held in the Northlands, Coliseum, Edmonton, Canada – the stakes were high, with Olympic Qualification Points up for grabs. When they came onto the ice to face Russia, Scotland felt they had to win to take Great Britain’s Olympic place.

'Like' the teams at the #FWMCC2017

Teams at the Ford World Men's Curling Championship 2017 have been sharing their experiences via social media all week long. See what the athletes are up to in Edmonton through their eyes...

New teams bring unique experiences at first world championship

For Edmonton residents, it’s nothing new to see orange and blue playing on the ice surface at the Northlands Coliseum.

Get social at the Ford World Men's Curling Championship 2017

The teams competing at the Ford World Men's Curling Championship 2017 have been sharing their preparations for Edmonton on social media prior to the championship. Take a look at some of the action they have been posting and follow them along throughout the event...

Edmonton, a city steeped in curling

There are no shortage of household curling names who come from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada – this year’s host city of the Ford World Men’s Curling Championship. Some of the sports’ best stem from the city.

Record-holding Edmonton ready for Ford World Men's Curling Championship 2017

Teams representing the world's top men's curling nations will be competing at the World Curling Federation's (WCF) Ford World Men's Curling Championship 2017 (WMCC) in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada from Saturday 1 until Sunday 9 April.

The CPT World Women's Curling Championship 2017 unfolding on social media

Fans, athletes, member associations and media have been posting ferociously on social media throughout the CPT World Women's Curling Championship 2017, which has been taking place in Beijing, China's Capital Gymnasium. Here's just some of the posting that's been going on...

New World Rankings released after CPT World Women's

The latest World Rankings after the CPT World Women's Curling Championship 2017 on 26 March 2017.

Canada win CPT World Women’s Curling Championship 2017

Canada have won the CPT World Women’s Curling Championship 2017 in Beijing, China’s Capital Gymnasium.

Scotland claim bronze medals in Beijing

Scotland will take bronze medals home from Beijing, China, following their 6-4 win over Sweden on Sunday (26 March) morning in the CPT World Women’s Curling Championships 2017 bronze medal game. The Scots team is lead by skip Eve Muirhead and includes third and vice-skip Anna Sloan, second Vicki Adams, lead Lauren Gray and alternate Kelly Schafer.

Russia reach first ever World Women’s final

Russia made it to a world final for the first time, with a 9-3 win over Sweden in Saturday (25 March) evening’s sole semi-final of the CPT World Women’s Curling Championship 2017 in Beijing, China’s Capital Gymnasium. They will now play Canada in the final at 15.00 (+8 UTC) - live on World Curling TV or national broadcasters - on Sunday (26 March).

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