Curling

Canada seeking home glory at World Men's Curling Championships

By Nick Butler

A total of 12 teams are descending on Halifax for the World Men's Curling Championships ©WCF/Celine StuckiNova Scotia will play host to its first World Men's Curling Championships when action begins in Halifax tomorrow, with hosts Canada seeking a first title since 2012.

Switzerland defend World Women's Curling Championships crown with victory over Canada

By Liam Morgan

Switzerland defended their World Championship crown by beating Olympic champions Canada in Sapporo ©WCFSwitzerland successfully defended their ZEN-NOH World Women's Curling Championships crown as they beat Olympic gold medallists Canada 5-3 to take gold in a tense final in Sapporo, Japan.

Canada and Switzerland set for rematch in final of World Women's Curling Championships

By Michael Pavitt

Switzerland beat Canada in the top page play-off to advance directly to the final ©World Curling FederationSochi 2014 Winter Olympic gold medallists Canada will meet reigning champions Switzerland in the final of the ZEN-NOH World Women's Curling Championships in Sapporo, Japan.

Russia reach World Women's Curling Championship semi-final after defeating Scotland

By Michael Pavitt

Russia will meet reigning champions Switzerland or Olympic gold medallists Canada in the semi-final ©World Curling FederationRussia advanced to the semi-final of the ZEN-NOH World Women's Curling Championships in Sapporo, Japan, after beating Scotland in the playoff.

Russia win to relegate China to playoff at World Women's Curling Championships

By Nick Butler

Russia secured a place in the playoffs after a strong performance at the World Women's Curling Championships ©World Curling Federation/Richard GraySwitzerland, Canada and Russia secured the top three places after the round-robin stage of the ZEN-NOH World Women's Curling Championships in Sapporo, with China and Scotland to play a tie-breaker tomorrow for the final qualification slot.

Switzerland edge Canada to lead at World Women's Curling Championships

By Nick Butler

Switzerland celebrate en route to victory over Canada ©World Curling Federation/Richard GraySwitzerland won a crucial clash over Canada tonight at the ZEN-NOH World Women's Curling Championships in Sapporo to take pole position with one day to go in the in the round-robin stage.

Canada and Switzerland set the pace as battle for top spot heats up at World Women's Curling Championships

By Liam Morgan

Canada skipper Jennifer Jones led by example once again as her side picked up two wins on day three ©World Curling FederationCanada and Switzerland remain locked in a battle at the top of the ZEN-NOH World Women's Curling Championships standings after both sides claimed two victories on day three at the Tsukisamu Gymnasium in Sapporo, Japan.

Olympic champions end Russian dominance at World Women's Curling Championship

By Liam Morgan

Russia's unbeaten record has come to an end after defeat to Canada ©World Curling FederationSochi 2014 Winter Olympic champions Canada ended Russia's unbeaten start to the ZEN-NOH World Women's Curling Championships with a narrow 7-5 victory in the evening session at the Tsukisamu Gymnasium in Sapporo, Japan.

China, Switzerland and Russia top standings at end of second day of World Women's Curling Championship

By Michael Pavitt

Anna Sidorova led Russia to two victories on the second day of action in Sapporo ©World Curling FederationChina, Switzerland and Russia are the only teams boasting unbeaten records at the ZEN-NOH World Women's Curling Championship in Sapporo following completion of the first three fixtures. 
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