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.

Ford World Women’s Championship – Day 1

Standings: United States 2-0 Norway 1-0 Germany 1-0 Canada 1-0 Scotland 1-0 Japan 1-1 Russia 1-1 China 0-1 Denmark 0-1 Sweden 0-1 Switzerland 0-1 Latvia 0-2 DRAW W2: LAT-RUS 2-4, CAN-SWE 9-6,

Sweden steals their way into the semifinals

Sweden advances to the semifinals after they stole two points in the eighth end to win the tiebreaker game over Italy 6-5. Team Italy skip Andrea Tabanelli started off strong when they scored three in the first end. Team Sweden skip Jalle Jungnell was trying to find ways to close the gap after trading single points for three ends when he stole one in the fifth end to get within one of Italy.

Canada, USA clinch semifinal berths at 2010 Paralympic Games

Canada’s Jim Armstrong and USA’s Augusto Perez clinched the first two semifinal berths today in action at the 2010 Paralympic Winter Games. Armstrong’s Canadian team clinched during the afternoon session and picked up two more wins today to remain in first place with a 7-1 record.

Canada, USA and Korea advance to the semi-finals

Augusto Perez and Team USA will go into Saturday's semifinals riding a three-game win streak after taking down Switzerland this afternoon at the 2010 Paralympic Winter Games. "This is our best record ever. Each year we've been getting better and better," Joseph said. "This year is not about the medal to me, it is about competing in my favorite sport.

Ford World Women’s Curling Championship 2010 starts Saturday in Swift Current, Canada

The 2010 Ford World Women’s Curling Championship, presented by Monsanto, gets underway this Saturday at the Credit Union i-plex in Swift Current in Saskatchewan, Canada. It is the second time that a world women’s curling championship has been held in Saskatchewan. In 1983, the event took place in Moose Jaw and was won by Switzerland’s Erika Müller.

Korea makes move for second place at 2010 Paralympic Games

Korea’s Haksung Kim only had one match today but with a win it was enough to find his team in a tie for second place as the end of the round robin here at the 2010 Paralympic Winter Games nears. Kim’s team got the better of Italy’s Andrea Tabanelli rink, 9-3, which lost its third straight match. With the Americans losing tonight to Sweden, 6-4, Korea is now tied with the U.S.

Sweden hands Canada first loss at 2010 Paralympic Games

Sweden’s Jalle Jungnell played spoiler to Canada’s perfect record Monday night at the 2010 Paralympic Winter Games as the round robin continued at the Vancouver Olympic Centre. Sweden improved its record to 2-3 with the 8-4 win over Jim Armstrong’s crew. The Americans, led by Augusto Perez, won two games today to put themselves in a tie for first place with Canada at 4-1.

Italy earns two big wins on second day of Paralympic action

Italy’s Andrea Tabanelli dominated day two at the 2010 Paralympic Winter Games as the round robin continued at the Vancouver Olympic Centre. Tabanelli’s team easily got past Switzerland 13-4 earlier today and then held Sweden’s Jalle Jungnell scoreless for five ends en route to a 9-1 win to improve to 2-1. The loss drops Jungnell’s rink to 0-3.

2010 World Junior Curling Championship - Sportsmanship Award Winners

Skip of the French junior women's team Marie Coulot and alternate of the USA junior men's team Aaron Tasa are the winners of the 2010 World Curling Federation Junior Sportsmanship awards. The announcement was made by Les Harrison, World Curling Federation President, at the closing ceremony of the World Junior Curling Championships in Flims, Switzerland.

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