Eve Muirhead's Scotland's women's team have three wins from three ©WCF/Céline Stucki

Germany beat world champions Switzerland as they continued their impressive start to the women's tournament at the European Curling Championships in Lillehammer.

The Germans triumphed 6-5 after the match was interrupted for ice repairs, and are now one of two undefeated sides left.

Eve Muirhead's Scotland are the other, following an 8-5 triumph over defending European champions Sweden.

Russia beat Denmark 7-3, Estonia fell 9-5 versus Italy and the Czechs picked up their first win, beating Turkey 7-5, in the day's other women's games.

There were also two men's sessions at Håkons Hall, a 1994 Winter Olympic venue.

Scotland beat Finland 6-2 and followed that up with a 7-2 win over Italy, and are the only undefeated team left.

The host nation lost 6-5 to Denmark in the evening session and Germany beat the Czech Republic 9-8, leaving Scotland the only side with an unblemished record.

The Czechs, Germany, Norway and defending champions Sweden are all one win behind Scotland in the standings, with Germany also beating the Dutch today, 5-3.

Sweden beat Denmark and Finland, back back from a day-one loss.

The European Championships continue tomorrow, scheduled to conclude on November 27.