Norway have won every game so far in Lucerne ©World Curling

Norway made it three wins out of three at the World Wheelchair Curling Championships with a victory in each session on day two in Lucerne.

Skipped by two-time world title winner Rune Lorentsen, Norway - whose team also features Jostein Stordahl, Ole Fredrik Syversen and Sissel Loechen - saw off Germany 8-3 in their morning clash at the Eizentrun Luzern in the Swiss city.

The Norwegians took control of the game with steals in the first five ends of play to take an 8-0 lead, and although Germany hit back with a single point in the sixth followed by a steal of two in the seventh, they were ultimately too far behind.

In their second match, Norway eased past China 11-5, collecting an impressive six shots in end four to go 9-1 up and put the contest beyond the Chinese.

The double success means that the Norwegians are top of the round robin phase in the early stages of the competition.

"I feel that we are doing what we’ve practiced, we’re keeping focused and playing strong," said Lorensten.

"I think we had to do the right things and we’ve managed to do that so far, so we’re very satisfied."

Defending champions Russia won one and lost one on day two
Defending champions Russia won one and lost one on day two ©World Curling

Hosts Switzerland also boast a 100 per cent record but have only played twice so far on home ice.

After their 7-2 win over Paralympic champions Canada yesterday, the Swiss saw off Slovakia 11-5 in the morning session before taking a break in the afternoon.

The hosts opened the scoring with a single point steal in the first end and followed that immediately with a four point steal in the second end.

Slovakia hit back instantly with four points of their own but the Swiss pulled away.

There was also a second win for defending champions Russia, who beat South Korea 8-7, but they couldn't make it three from three as Slovakia recovered from their initial disappointment to win 8-5 in session two. 

China had gone into their clash with Norway after a 9-6 victory over Finland, who then lost again in the afternoon, 11-1 to the South Koreans.

Also in the afternoon, the United States picked up a first win and condemned Canada to a second defeat with a 9-6 victory.

Two more sessions of action will take place in Lucerne tomorrow.