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Ford World Women's Championship – FINALS

GOLD: Germany SILVER: Scotland BRONZE: Canada Results Gold Medal Game: Germany-Scotland 8-6 Bronze Medal Game: Canada-Sweden 9-6 Germany beat Scotland by 8-6 in the extra end to become gold medal


Linn Githmark (Norway) receives 2010 Frances Brodie Award

Linn Githmark, skip of the Norwegian Women’s team, has won the 2010 Frances Brodie Award.


Ford World Women's Championship - Day 8

Play-off 3 v 4: Scotland 8, Sweden 3. Semi-final: Scotland 10, Canada 4.


Ford World Women's Championship - Day 6

Standings after round-robin (17 sessions): Canada 10-1 Germany 8-3 Scotland 8-3 Sweden 7-4 USA 7-4 Denmark 6-5 China 6-5 Russia 5-6 Norway 3-8 Switzerland 3-8 Japan 2-9 Latvia 1-10 W15: USA 5,


Ford World Women's Championship - Day 7

Playoff 1v2: Canada-Germany 3-6 Tiebreaker: Sweden-United States 11-8 On a dramatic Friday, Germany’s Andrea Schopp put herself into her first World Championship final since 1988 when she


Ford World Women's Championship - Day 5

Standings after 14 sessions: Canada 8-1 Scotland 8-1 USA 6-3 Germany 6-3 Sweden 6-3 China 5-4 Russia 4-5 Denmark 4-5 Norway 3-6 Switzerland 2-7 Japan 1-8 Latvia 1-8 W12: Japan 2, Canada 10; Russia


Ford World Women's Championship - Day 4

Standings after 11 sessions: Canada 7-0 Scotland 6-1 USA 5-2 Germany 4-3 Sweden 4-3 Russia 4-3 Denmark 3-4 China 3-4 Norway 2-5 Switzerland 2-5 Japan 1-6 Latvia 1-6 W 9: Sweden 2, Germany 9;


Ford World Women's Championship - Day 2

Standings after 5 sessions: Canada 3-0 Denmark 2-1 Germany 2-1 Russia 2-1 Scotland 2-1 Sweden 2-1 USA 2-1 Japan 1-2 Latvia 1-2 Norway 1-2 China 0-3 Switzerland 0-3 W 3: Denmark 8, China 3; Scotland


Ford World Women's Championship - Day 3

Standings after 8 sessions: Canada 5-0 Scotland 4-1 USA 4-1 Denmark 3-2 Germany 3-2 Russia 3-2 Sweden 3-2 China 1-4 Japan 1-4 Latvia 1-4 Norway 1-4 Switzerland 1-4 W 6: Scotland 11, Japan 2;


Canada wins Gold over Korea. Sweden takes Bronze

Canada’s Jim Armstrong rink held off a late rally from Korea’s Haksung Kim to earn the gold in front of just under 5,000 cheering fans.


Ford World Women’s Championship – Day 1

Standings: United States 2-0 Norway 1-0 Germany 1-0 Canada 1-0 Scotland 1-0 Japan 1-1 Russia 1-1 China 0-1 Denmark 0-1 Sweden 0-1 Switzerland 0-1 Latvia 0-2 DRAW W2: LAT-RUS 2-4, CAN-SWE 9-6,


Sweden steals their way into the semifinals

Sweden advances to the semifinals after they stole two points in the eighth end to win the tiebreaker game over Italy 6-5.


Canada, USA clinch semifinal berths at 2010 Paralympic Games

Canada’s Jim Armstrong and USA’s Augusto Perez clinched the first two semifinal berths today in action at the 2010 Paralympic Winter Games.


Canada, USA and Korea advance to the semi-finals

Augusto Perez and Team USA will go into Saturday's semifinals riding a three-game win streak after taking down Switzerland this afternoon at the 2010 Paralympic Winter Games.


Ford World Women’s Curling Championship 2010 starts Saturday in Swift Current, Canada

The 2010 Ford World Women’s Curling Championship, presented by Monsanto, gets underway this Saturday at the Credit Union i-plex in Swift Current in Saskatchewan, Canada.

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