Brad Jacobs claimed gold at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games ©Getty Images

Team Brad Jacobs of Canada claimed their third consecutive win of the Champions Cup after defeating curling compatriots Team Ryan Jacques in Olds.

The 2014 Olympic gold medallist flew into a 5-0 lead after the first end, before sealing the match in the seventh.

It finished 7-4 at the Olds Sportsplex as he followed up a close 8-7 triumph against another Canadian, Kevin Koe.

Defending champion Team Bruce Mouat of Scotland suffered another defeat, this time losing 4-3 to Canada's Team Jason Gunnlaugson.

However, Olympic silver medallist Mouat recovered to better Team Brendan Bottcher 6-4 later in the day.

South Korea's Team Kim Soo-hyuk also made it two successive wins thanks to a 6-5 triumph over Canada's Bottcher.

Koe beat Team John Epping 7-3 in an all-Canadian match-up.

Team Niklas Edin of Sweden, the Olympic champions, continued their form with a 6-4 win against the United States' Korey Dropkin.

In the women's event, Team Silvana Tirinzoni are one of three teams to remain undefeated at the Grand Slam of Curling competition.

The Swiss three-time World Championship gold medallist skipped her side to a 5-4 win against Tabitha Peterson of the US, before disposing of Canada's Team Jennifer Jones 8-5.

Team Kerri Einarson of Canada joined Tirinzoni on three wins following 5-4 and 7-3 victories against compatriot Team Rachel Homan and South Korea’s Team Kim Eun-jung, respectively. 

Despite the loss, Kim, an Olympic silver medallist, managed to lead her team to a dominating 11-6 triumph over American Cory Christensen.

Sweden's Team Anna Hasselborg took down Denmark's Team Madeleine Dupont 8-5 to make it two wins from two.

Canada’s Team Amber Holland recorded their first win with a 8-7 triumph over Team Jones, while fellow Canadians Team Tracy Fleury put a victory on the board after defeating South Korea's Team Gim Un-chi.

The third day of the Champions Cup is due to be played tomorrow.