Canada women reach play-offs; Tie-breaker set to decide fourth team to qualify

Sweden, Canada, Russia and Japan were the four winners in Thursday (23 February) afternoon’s 12th and final women’s round robin session. ...MORE

Q&A with VoIP Defender #WJCC2017 icemakers

The World Curling Federation’s (WCF) journalist, Katerina Maryschuk, sat down with chief icemaker, Hans Wuthrich and deputy chief icemaker, Mark Callan, to discuss the day-to-day maintenance, ...MORE

Wins for Norway and Scotland keep medal ambitions alive

On the last morning (Thursday 23 February) of round robin play at the VoIP Defender World Junior Curling Championships 2017, Norway completed their programme with an 8-6 win over Switzerland to keep ...MORE

Fight for women’s play-offs intensifies with one set of games to go

Table-topping Scotland lost their last round robin game – in an extra end – by 7-8 to Russia in Wednesday (22 February) evening’s 11th session of women’s play, at the VoIP ...MORE

China upset first place leader, Sweden capture third win

In the biggest upset of the VoIP Defender World Junior Curling Championships 2017 so far, China men won their second game over the previously unbeaten Korea with a score of 8-6. ...MORE

Scotland secures first women’s play-off position

Wednesday’s (22 February) morning session, on day seven, of the VoIP Defender World Junior Curling Championships 2017 saw Scotland win 8-5 over Canada, qualifying them, as the first ...MORE