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Olympic Winter Games - Day 7 - MEN
Standings after 11 sessions: \'> CAN 8-0 (Qualified for semi-finals) NOR 6-2 (Qualified for semi-finals) GBR 5-3 SUI 5-3 SWE 4-4 GER 4-5 FRA 3-5 CHN 2-6 DEN 2-6 USA 2-7 Men Session 11: GER-GBR 2-8, FRA-DEN 6-5 (extra end), CHN-USA 11-5 Men Session 10: FRA-NOR 2-9, CAN-USA 7-2, GER-CHN 7-6, SUI-
Olympic Winter Games - Day 9 - MEN’S TIE-BREAKER
Standings after Tie-breaker – SWE-GBR \'> 1. CAN 9-0 (Qualified for semi-finals) 2. NOR 7-2 (Qualified for semi-finals) 3. SUI 6-3 (Qualified for semi-finals) 4. SWE 5-4 (Qualified for semi-finals) 5. GBR 5-4 6. GER 4-5 7. FRA 3-6 8. CHN 2-7 9. DEN 2-7 10.
Olympic Winter Games - Day 8 - MEN
Standings after 12 sessions/End of Round Robin \'> 1. CAN 9-0 (Qualified for semi-finals) 2. NOR 7-2 (Qualified for semi-finals) 3. SUI 6-3 (Qualified for semi-finals) 4. GBR 5-4 (Tie-breaker) 4. SWE 5-4 (Tie-breaker) 6. GER 4-5 7. FRA 3-6 8. CHN 2-7 9. DEN 2-7 10.
Olympic Winter Games - Day 8 - WOMEN
Standings after 12 sessions/End of Round Robin: \'> 1. CAN 8-1 (Qualified for semifinals) 2. SWE 7-2 (Qualified for semifinals) 3. CHN 6-3 (Qualified for semifinals) 4. SUI 6-3 (Qualified for semifinals) 5. DEN 4-5 6. GER 3-6 7. GBR 3-6 8. JPN 3-6 9. RUS 3-6 10.
Canada, USA and Korea advance to the semi-finals
Vancouver, Canada March 18, 21010Augusto 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. \'> \"This is our best record ever. Each year we\'ve been getting better and better,\" Josep