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W: Meridian Canadian Open
North Battleford, SK
Teams | Scores | Standings | Playoffs
Draw: CF -- Sun, Jan 13 -- 3:00pm CT
Rachel Homan
Silvana Tirinzoni

Final
(8)
M: Meridian Canadian Open
North Battleford, SK
Teams | Scores | Standings | Playoffs
Draw: CF -- Sun, Jan 13 -- 11:30am CT
Brendan Bottcher
John Epping

Final
(7)
M: NWT Masters
Yellowknife, NT
Teams | Scores | Standings | Playoffs
Draw: CF -- Sun, Jan 13 -- 2:30pm MT
Glen Hudy
Jack MacKinnon

Final
(7)
W: NL Scotties
St. Johns, NL
Teams | Scores | Standings | Playoffs
Draw: CF -- Sun, Jan 13 -- 2:30pm NT
Cathlia Ward
Kelli Turpin

Final
(10)
W: PEI Scotties
Alberton, PEI
Teams | Scores | Standings | Playoffs
Draw: PO2 -- Sun, Jan 13 -- 2:00pm AT
Veronica Smith
Suzanne Birt

10 
Final
(8)
M: PEI Tankard
Alberton, PEI
Teams | Scores | Standings | Playoffs
Draw: PO1 -- Sun, Jan 13 -- 8:00am ET
John Likely
Eddie MacKenzie

Final
(10)
W: NWT Scotties
Yellowknife, NT
Teams | Scores | Standings | Playoffs
Draw: 3 -- Fri, Jan 11 -- 2:30pm MT
Kerry Galusha
Tyanna Bain
10 
Final
(6)
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Sweden's Hasselborg Wins Olympic GOLD


Gangneung, Republic of Korea - Sweden beat Korea by 8-3 in Sunday morning's women's gold medal final of the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018, in the Gangneung Curling Centre, to take their Member Association third Olympic title.

Korea's silver was a first medal for the host nation at either Olympic or curling world level.

Korea opened the scoring with a single point in the first end. Then, with their country's two-times Olympic skip Anette Norberg in the audience, in the company of King Carl XVI Gustaf, Sweden blanked the second end before their skip Anna Hasselborg hit out a Korean stone in the third end to score two points for a 2-1 lead.

Sweden - skip Hasselborg, third player Sara McManus, second Agnes Knochenhauer and lead Sofia Mabergs, supported by alternate Jennie Waahlin and coach Maria Prytz - moved further ahead with a single point steal in the fourth end when Korean skip EunJung Kim got her angles wrong on a run-back shot.

Kim got her angles wrong again in the fifth end, this time on a double take-out attempt, to give up another single point steal and put Sweden into a 4-1 halfway lead.

In the sixth end Korea - skip EunJung Kim, third player KyeongAe Kim, second SeonYeong Kim, and lead YeongMi Kim, supported by alternate Chohi Kim and coach MinJung Kim - scored again, this time taking a single point when their skip Kim was forced to tap up and stay with her own stone for one point.

This reduced the Swedish lead to 4-2, but the Swedes moved further ahead in the seventh end when, after they split the house early in the end, their skip Hasselborg eventually had a hit and stay for three points to extend their lead to 7-2.

Korea could only score one point in the eighth end, through a nose-hit by skip Kim and then, when Hasselborg succeeded with a hit and stay to give Sweden one point from the ninth end, for an 8-3 lead, Korea conceded.

The bronze medal won by Japan earlier, added to the Korean silver, made this a historic, landmark Olympic Winter Games for Pacific-Asia curling, while Sweden, now with a third gold medal to add to a silver and bronze won in previous Games, have consolidated their position as women's curling most successful Member Association.

Curling Scores

W: Meridian Canadian Open
North Battleford, SK
Teams | Scores | Standings | Playoffs
Draw: CF -- Sun, Jan 13 -- 3:00pm CT
Rachel Homan
Silvana Tirinzoni

Final
(8)
M: Meridian Canadian Open
North Battleford, SK
Teams | Scores | Standings | Playoffs
Draw: CF -- Sun, Jan 13 -- 11:30am CT
Brendan Bottcher
John Epping

Final
(7)
M: NWT Masters
Yellowknife, NT
Teams | Scores | Standings | Playoffs
Draw: CF -- Sun, Jan 13 -- 2:30pm MT
Glen Hudy
Jack MacKinnon

Final
(7)
W: NL Scotties
St. Johns, NL
Teams | Scores | Standings | Playoffs
Draw: CF -- Sun, Jan 13 -- 2:30pm NT
Cathlia Ward
Kelli Turpin

Final
(10)
W: PEI Scotties
Alberton, PEI
Teams | Scores | Standings | Playoffs
Draw: PO2 -- Sun, Jan 13 -- 2:00pm AT
Veronica Smith
Suzanne Birt

10 
Final
(8)
M: PEI Tankard
Alberton, PEI
Teams | Scores | Standings | Playoffs
Draw: PO1 -- Sun, Jan 13 -- 8:00am ET
John Likely
Eddie MacKenzie

Final
(10)
W: NWT Scotties
Yellowknife, NT
Teams | Scores | Standings | Playoffs
Draw: 3 -- Fri, Jan 11 -- 2:30pm MT
Kerry Galusha
Tyanna Bain
10 
Final
(6)
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Rachel Homan (Ottawa, Ontario) wins the Meridian Canadian Open, defeating Silvana Tirinzoni (Aarau, SUI) 4-3 at the Civic Centre in North Battleford, Saskatchewan.

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