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Sweden wins Le Gruyère European Curling Championships 2009 Men’s Gold
Aberdeen, Scotland December 12, 2009Niklas Edin made a triumphant debut at this level when he led his Swedish men’s team to a 6-5 extra-end victory over Switzerland’s Ralph Stöckli in the final of the Le Gruyère European Curling Championships in Aberdeen on Saturday.
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 Junior Championships - Day 3 - Junior Men
Standings after Round Robin Junior Men’s Draw 4
CANADA 3-1 CHINA 3-1 NORWAY 3-1 SCOTLAND 3-1 SWEDEN 3-1 SWITZERLAND 3-1 DENMARK 1-3 FINLAND 1-3 RUSSIA 0-4 USA 0-4
DRAW M4: SWE-USA 13-2, DEN-RUS 9-7 (extra end), CHN-FIN 2-6, NOR-CAN 5-9, SCO-SUI 5-3.
WJCC 2010 Webcast & Schedule
The live webcast of this event is no longer available.
To watch a reply of the WJCC 2010 Final\'s games, follow the links below.
Men\'s Gold Medal Game: WJCC 2010 Junior Men’s Final: Scotland v Switzerland
Women\'s Gold Medal Game: WJCC 2010 Junior Women’s Final: Canada v Sweden
TV and Web TV coverage from the Le Gruyère European Curling Championships 2010
Watch Live and On Demand coverage of the Le Gruyère European Curling Championships 2010 on Eurosport Player! Europe’s top curling teams meet in Champéry, Switzerland to compete for the coveted European title and a spot at the World Men’s and Women’s Curling Champions