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Discover Wheelchair Curling
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Body Position at Setup
World Junior Championships - Day 3 - Junior Women
Standings after Round Robin Junior Women Draw 5
CANADA 5-0 SWEDEN 5-0 SWITZERLAND 4-1 USA 3-2 CHINA 2-3 GERMANY 2-3 RUSSIA 2-3 CZECH REPUBLIC 1-4 FRANCE 1-4 SCOTLAND 0-5
Draw w5: rus-sui 6-7 (extra end), fra-cze 8-3, swe-chn 5-1, sco-usa 6-7, ger-can 3-5
Draw w4: chn-cze 7-6, can-rus 8-7,
World Junior Championships - Day 4 - Junior Men
Standings after Round Robin Junior Men’s Draw 6
CANADA 5-1 NORWAY 5-1 SCOTLAND 5-1 CHINA 4-2 SWITZERLAND 4-2 SWEDEN 3-3 DENMARK 2-4 FINLAND 1-5 RUSSIA 1-5 USA 0-6
DRAW M6: FIN-SCO 4-5, RUS-NOR 4-6, SUI-CHN 5-6, USA-DEN 4-10, SWE-CAN 5-6
DRAW M5: DEN-CAN 6-11, USA-SUI 5-7, SWE-NOR
World Senior Curling Championships 2011 Day 5
Senior Men’s Blue Group 1. USA 6-0 (qualified for quarterfinals) 2. England 4-2 (qualified for quarterfinals) 3. Scotland 4-2 (to play quarterfinal qualification game against Germany) 4. Hungary 3-3 5. Japan 3-3 6. France 1-5 7. Netherlands 0-6
\'>Ken Horton, Skip Team Scotland - Photo WCF
Ford World Men's Curling Championship 2011 Day 4 Morning
Scotland’s Tom Brewster and his team kept their dream debut going as they beat China by 5-3 on Tuesday morning to record their sixth successive win at the Ford World Men’s Curling Championship in Regina, Canada in the ninth session of round-robin play.