World Curling Championship | Gushue opened the tournament with three wins

(Las Vegas) The Canadian side led by Brad Joshio beat Dutch side Wouter Gosgens 9-6 on Sunday to remain unbeaten in three matches at the World Curling Championships.

Updated yesterday at 9:09pm.

Gushue broke the tie by stealing three at the eighth end and dominated the rest of the match.

“From a standings perspective, we’re very happy,” Joshwi said after the match. But from the point of view of our game, we’re not quite as solid as we would like. »

The quartet of St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador have won all three of their round robin games so far at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas.

The Netherlands led 5-2 after five rounds when Canada equalized at the sixth end before stealing a game in the next to tie the match. By then, the tide had clearly turned in favor of the Gushue team.

Canada will face Switzerland on Sunday evening. Two other teams were undefeated in the tournament, the United States and Finland. However, these two teams only played two matches.

Robin’s tour continues through Friday. The top six teams will then advance to the playoffs. The medal round will take place on April 10th.

Other results

In other matches on Sunday, Denmark beat South Korea 7-6 in overtime. The United States defeated the Czech Republic 7-5. Italy beat Sweden 10-8.

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