Team Anna Hasselborg is the only undefeated side left in the women's Champions Cup ©Getty Images

Team Anna Hasselborg of Sweden are the remaining undefeated side in the women's event at curling's Champions Cup, after breezing past Team Amber Holland in Olds in Canada.

Hasselborg, coming off bronze at Beijing 2022, led her side to a big 10-3 victory over the Canadian team at Olds Sportsplex.

The win was timely as Team Tracy Fleury of Canada, Silvana Tirinzoni of Switzerland and Kerri Einarson of Canada triumphed to keep their challenge for top spot alive.

Team Fleury defeated the United States' Cory Christensen 7-5, while Team Tirinzoni got the job done against Canada's Team Jennifer Jones by winning 8-5.

Team Einarson beat Team Kim Eun-jun of South Korea 7-3 with an end to spare.

The US's Team Tabitha Peterson disposed of Denmark’s Madeleine Dupont 12-2 in just six ends, but later fell to a 9-6 defeat to Team Jones.

The hosts' Team Rachel Homan were 7-5 victors over South Korea's Gim Un-chi, before losing 7-4 to Team Kim.

In the men's competition, Team Niklas Edin of Sweden and Team Brad Jacobs of Canada have kept to winning ways.

Edin's side, the Olympic champions, edged past Team Kim Soo-hyuk of South Korea 5-4 after going to an extra ninth end.

Team Jacobs picked up 8-7 and 6-2 triumphs against compatriots Team Kevin Koe and Team John Epping respectively.

Following a tough start, Scotland's Team Bruce Mouat recorded a 6-4 win over Canada's Brendan Bottcher.

Bottcher later made up for the loss by beating compatriots Team Jason Gunnlaugson 7-6.

Team Korey Dropkin of the US and Team Ryan Jacques, representing the hosts, plunged to three consecutive defeats.

Team Gunnlaugson defeated Team Dropkin 9-6 as Team Brad Gushue were 8-2 victors against Team Jacques in an all-Canadian tie.

In another fixture involving two Canadian sides, Team John Epping secured their first win of the competition by overcoming Team Karsten Sturmay 6-3 following seven ends.

The Champions Cup, a Grand Slam of Curling event, is scheduled to continue tomorrow.