Sunday, March 28, 2010

Bronze Medal Game, 2010

According to the scorers, after five ends Canada is out -curling Sweden in the 2010 Women's World Curling Championship consolation game: Canada 92%, Sweden 73%. Canada leads the game 3-2 at the mid-point.

When the game started, Jones curled only 38% on the first end, and it looked as if the team would carry on in the same mis-firing style that saw them lose to Germany and Scotland earlier in the playoffs.

And even though the scoring shows that Canada improved, the noticeable change has been that Sweden has missed quite a few shots and has let Canada fill the house against them. This is not the best curling in the world.



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