WWCC 2012 - Medal Games Player Reaction

Bronze Medal


After defeating Korea, Canada Skip, Heather Nedohin, said:

"We’re just really glad that we worked together as a unit - it’s been a strong week, a hard week, we’ve learned a lot about our team in adversity. And we’re really proud to have worn the maple leaf here in Lethbridge. It’s been an amazing experience.

"The crowd didn’t help us just today – it’s been all week. It’s a great feeling to represent Canada in Canada, everybody’s supportive. We believed.

"Gold is always golden, but when you win and get a bronze you feel good as a unit. At this level, it’s a very proud moment. My team? We believed."


After losing to Canada, Korea Skip, Ji-Sun Kim, said:

"We did not win today and we’re sad that we lost, but Canada played a good game.

"I’m so happy that we have received so much support and attention from home, from across Canada, and from all the media.

"Nobody really knows about curling in Korea, only a few people. Today’s game was being broadcast in Korea, so more people will be watching and learning about curling now, and hopefully we’ll have more support in the future.

"Of course we are looking forward to the 2018 Winter Olympics in Korea, but right now we’re more focussed on trying to qualify for Sochi in 2014.

"When we do well in a major event, we will be given money and support, but we don’t care about that, we just want to play and win the games."