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Capital One World Men’s Championship – Day 4

Standings: Canada 6-1 Norway 6-1 Scotland 6-1 Denmark 5-2 Germany 4-3 USA 4-3 Switzerland 3-4 China 2-5 France 2-5 Italy 2-5 Sweden 2-5 Japan 0-7 Session 9: USA 7, France 5 (extra end); Denmark 10, Sweden 4; Canada 6, Scotland 2; Switzerland 1, Norway 7. Session 10: Scotland 7, Germany 4; Norway 10, Italy 5; France 9, China 4; Sweden 9, Japan 5.

Capital One World Men’s Championship – Day 3

Standings: Canada 5-0 Scotland 5-0 Norway 4-1 Denmark 3-2 Germany 3-2 China 2-3 Italy 2-3 Switzerland 2-3 United States 2-3 France 1-4 Sweden 1-4 Japan 0-5 Draw 6: Norway 7, Japan 4; Scotland 8, China 3; Sweden 7, Italy 6 (extra end); France 6, Germany 9. Draw 7: China 4, Denmark 8; Japan 1, USA 6; Germany 3, Switzerland 4; Italy 5, Canada 7.

Capital One World Men’s Championship – Day 2

Standings after 5 Sessions: Canada 3-0 Scotland 3-0 China 2-1 Denmark 2-1 Germany 2-1 Italy 2-1 Norway 2-1 France 1-2 USA 1-2 Japan 0-3 Sweden 0-3 Switzerland 0-3. Draw 3: Scotland 8, Sweden 4; Norway 9, France 3. Draw 4: USA 7, Switzerland 5; Germany 5, Italy 6; China 8, Japan 6; Canada 8, Denmark 3. Draw 5: France 6, Scotland 8; Switzerland 5, Canada 9; Denmark 9, USA 7; Sweden 4, Norway 7.

Capital One World Men’s Championship – Day 1

Standings after 2 sessions: Germany 2-0 Canada 1-0 Denmark 1-0 France 1-0 Scotland 1-0 China 1-1 Italy 1-1 Norway 0-1 Sweden 0-1 Switzerland 0-1 USA 0-1 Japan 0-2 M1: Sweden 1, France 5; China 4, Germany 5; Japan 6, Italy 7; Norway 4, Scotland 5. M2: Italy 6, China 7(extra end); Canada 6, USA 5; Switzerland 3, Denmark 9; Japan 3, Germany 9.

Capital One World Men’s Championship begins Saturday in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy

The Capital One World Men’s Curling Championship gets underway this Saturday at the Olympic Ice Stadium in Cortina in the Italian Dolomites. It is the first time that a World Men’s Curling Championship has been staged in Italy. In 2009 Cortina hosted the World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship at the Ice Stadium which hosted the 1956 Olympic Winter Games.

Ford World Women's Championship – FINALS

GOLD: Germany SILVER: Scotland BRONZE: Canada Results Gold Medal Game: Germany-Scotland 8-6 Bronze Medal Game: Canada-Sweden 9-6 Germany beat Scotland by 8-6 in the extra end to become gold medal winners of the Ford World Women’s Curling Championship 2010 in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada.

Linn Githmark (Norway) receives 2010 Frances Brodie Award

Linn Githmark, skip of the Norwegian Women’s team, has won the 2010 Frances Brodie Award. Githmark was presented the award by Kay Gibb, President of the Royal Caledonian Curling Club Ladies Branch, at the closing ceremony of the Ford World Women’s Curling Championship in Swift Current, Canada.

Ford World Women's Championship - Day 8

Play-off 3 v 4: Scotland 8, Sweden 3. Semi-final: Scotland 10, Canada 4. Scotland had two victories on Saturday, beating Sweden by 8-3 in the Page 3 v 4 play-off game to move onto the semi-final in the evening. They then defeated Canada by 10-4 to march into Sunday’s gold medal final against Germany, leaving Sweden and Canada to battle it out for bronze.

Ford World Women's Championship - Day 6

Standings after round-robin (17 sessions): Canada 10-1 Germany 8-3 Scotland 8-3 Sweden 7-4 USA 7-4 Denmark 6-5 China 6-5 Russia 5-6 Norway 3-8 Switzerland 3-8 Japan 2-9 Latvia 1-10 W15: USA 5, Sweden 9; Latvia 6, Switzerland 9; Russia 4, Canada 7; Japan 6, Norway 5. W16: Germany 4, Latvia 2; China 5, USA 9; Denmark 8, Japan 7; Scotland 5, Russia 9.

Ford World Women's Championship - Day 7

Playoff 1v2: Canada-Germany 3-6 Tiebreaker: Sweden-United States 11-8 On a dramatic Friday, Germany’s Andrea Schopp put herself into her first World Championship final since 1988 when she beat Canada’s Jennifer Jones by 6-3 in the Page one versus two Play-off game.

Ford World Women's Championship - Day 5

Standings after 14 sessions: Canada 8-1 Scotland 8-1 USA 6-3 Germany 6-3 Sweden 6-3 China 5-4 Russia 4-5 Denmark 4-5 Norway 3-6 Switzerland 2-7 Japan 1-8 Latvia 1-8 W12: Japan 2, Canada 10; Russia 3, Norway 4; Latvia 4, Sweden 7; USA 9, Switzerland 7. W13: Switzerland 7, Scotland 9; Sweden 10, Denmark 9 (extra end); Norway 7, China 8; Canada 7, Germany 8 (extra end).

Ford World Women's Championship - Day 4

Standings after 11 sessions: Canada 7-0 Scotland 6-1 USA 5-2 Germany 4-3 Sweden 4-3 Russia 4-3 Denmark 3-4 China 3-4 Norway 2-5 Switzerland 2-5 Japan 1-6 Latvia 1-6 W 9: Sweden 2, Germany 9; Switzerland 5, China 6; Canada 9, Denmark 6; Norway 3, Scotland 7. W 10: Denmark 5, USA 6; Scotland 10, Latvia 1; Germany 4, Russia 7; China 11, Japan 6.

Ford World Women's Championship - Day 2

Standings after 5 sessions: Canada 3-0 Denmark 2-1 Germany 2-1 Russia 2-1 Scotland 2-1 Sweden 2-1 USA 2-1 Japan 1-2 Latvia 1-2 Norway 1-2 China 0-3 Switzerland 0-3 W 3: Denmark 8, China 3; Scotland 6, Germany 9. W 4: Sweden 9, Norway 5; USA 6, Latvia 7; Russia 7, Japan 6 (extra end); Canada 6, Switzerland 4.

Ford World Women's Championship - Day 3

Standings after 8 sessions: Canada 5-0 Scotland 4-1 USA 4-1 Denmark 3-2 Germany 3-2 Russia 3-2 Sweden 3-2 China 1-4 Japan 1-4 Latvia 1-4 Norway 1-4 Switzerland 1-4 W 6: Scotland 11, Japan 2; Denmark 4, Russia 10; China 8, Latvia 2; Germany 8, USA 12. W 7: Russia 6, Switzerland 7 (extra end); Japan 5, Sweden 8; USA 8, Norway 7; Latvia 6, Canada 12.

Canada wins Gold over Korea. Sweden takes Bronze

Canada’s Jim Armstrong rink held off a late rally from Korea’s Haksung Kim to earn the gold in front of just under 5,000 cheering fans. The gold-medal game concluded about 10 seconds after the measurement in the bronze-medal game was determined. A draw for four by Armstrong in the fourth end and it looked like it was lights-out time for Korea.

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