Torger Nergard (NOR) had the best throw of the night, hitting a double and helping Norway win the Championship title.
43 year old Thomas Ulsrud finally leads Team Norway to a World Championship win, beating Sweden in 8 ends, 8-3.
Thomas Ulsrud (NOR) talks about winning his first World Champion and possibliy retiring.
Check out the best stone throws of the match, nice doubles and a big triple. As Switzerland beats Canada 7-5.
After 12 straight champions medal, Canada settles for an off the podium finish as Switzerland gets the win and the Bronze ay 7-5.
Skip Peter De Cruz talks about winning Switzerland’s first Curling Medal in ten years.
Check out the best throws from the semi-final match between Sweden and Canada, as Sweden gets the win 10-8.
In the Semi-Final Sweden, with big scoring ends, gets the win 10-8 and moves on to the Gold Medal Match against Norway, while Canada heads to the Bronze against Switzerland
Swedish Skip, Oskar Eriksson talks about getting the win and heading to his first senior World Championship Gold Medal Match.
Canada wins their final match in Pool play, 7-5 over Scotland. Canada moves onto the finals ranked 2nd and Scotland finishes ranked 9th.
As Canada takes on Scotland in Pool Play, Scotland Skip Ewan MacDonald hits a nice double, but then third Pat Simmons (CAN) hits a great triple. Canada would go on to win 7-5.
In Pool Play, winning 8-4, China increases their chances to get into the play-offs, improving to 5-4. Meanwhile Team USA is all but knocked out with a record of 2-6.
In Pool Play, with too many misses and losing 8-4 to China, it was overall a pretty bad match for US skip Pete Fenson, but he did manage the best double of the match which set up a stolen point for team USA.
In the Pool Play, Joe Polo had the best throw of the match clearing two stones from a distance. Unfortunately Team USA would go on to lose the match 7-4 to Canada.
In the Pool Play, Canada improves to 5-1 (ranked 2nd) and Team USA is now 2-5 (ranked 11th), as Canada gets the win 7-4.
While Canada would go on to loss with some terrible misses (5-9), Rachel Homan (CAN) did have the best hit of the night, clearing two stones.
Canadian Skip Rachel Homan talks about the hard loss and Swiss Skip Binia Feltscher talks about the surprise win.
It’s now six years since the Canadian women have won the Championship, as Switzerland claims their 4th, coming back after a loss to Canada in the play-offs, to win gold 9-5.
In the Semi-Final against South Korea, Switzerland capitalizes on some Korean mistakes to win 7-3. They will now face Canada in the Gold Medal Final tomorrow.
In the Semi-Final against Switzerland, South Korea Skip Kim Jisun hits a great double to start the match, unfortunate, South Korea would go on to lose 3-7.
In the playoff match against Canada, Skip Binia Feltscher and third Irene Schori hit some great doubles, unfortunately they would lose 8-3.
In the playoff match against Switzerland, Skip Racjel Homan (CAN) hits a nice double, but second, Alison Kreviazuk (CAN) pulls off two amazing triples, helping Canada win 8-3.
In the playoff match against Switzerland, Rachel Homan (CAN) leads her team to victory, 8-3, and gets a day off before the gold medal match.
Rachel Homan, Canadain Skip, talks about beating Switzerland and moving on to the Gold Match.
In a match that went down to the the last stone of the10th end, it was Scotland that walked away victorious over Sweden with a final score of 5-4. This is Scotland’s first world title since 2002.
Eve Muirhead of team Scotland talks about how special it is to win a world title after a ten year drought.
Team Clark won their first National Championship after defeating Team George 6-5. Team Clark will represent the USA at the World Championships in April.
2012, Lethbridge, Canada, WCF Ford World Women’s Curling Championship: In a close game, SUI was able to beat SWE in the 10th, earning their 3rd championship in the history of the women’s team.
2012, Lethbridge, Canada, WCF Women’s Curling Championship, Switzerland advances to the final to face Sweden after defeating Korea 9-7 in semi-final.
2012, Lethbridge, Canada, WCF Women’s Curling Championship, Team USA improves to 6-4, with a 6-5 victory over Sweden. Team USA, ranked 5th, now needs one of the four 7-3 teams to lose.
Having trouble? Request help here. Universal Sports is happy to receive your questions, feedback or comments. Please complete the customer service form below and a Universal Sports representative will respond to your inquiry.