curling

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Beijing 2022: Women's Curling Tournament Wrap

February 22, 2022

Beijing 2022: Women's Curling Tournament Wrap by Andrew

Switzerland cruised to an 8-1 record to clinch the first spot in the medal round. The team skipped by Silvana Tirinzoni was joined by Sweden as Anna Hasselborg's team overcame early hiccups to finish the round robin portion with a 7-2 record. At the Olympics,

Beijing 2022 Curling: Women's Tournament, Halfway Point

February 14, 2022

Beijing 2022 Curling: Women's Tournament, Halfway Point by Andrew

We are now about halfway through the women's Olympic curling competition and the situation at the top of the table is clarifying. Two-time defending world champions Switzerland jumped out to a perfect 5-0 record before falling to reigning Olympic champions Sweden 6-5 in extras. There's

Beijing 2022: Mixed Doubles Curling Wrap

February 09, 2022

Beijing 2022: Mixed Doubles Curling Wrap by Andrew

The conclusion of the round robin portion of the mixed doubles curling competition was unpredictable and captivating. Action kicked off on the second last day of round robin play with the stunning announcement that Australia was disqualified due to a positive COVID-19 test from Tahli

February 06, 2022

Beijing 2022: Women's Curling Tournament Preview by Andrew

The women’s curling competition begins on February 10, and it promises to be exceptional. If you're new to curling or are wondering about what varies between the four-person game and the mixed doubles competition, there are a few key differences [https://victorypress.org/2018/

Beijing 2022: Mixed Doubles Curling, Halfway Point

February 05, 2022

Beijing 2022: Mixed Doubles Curling, Halfway Point by Andrew

We are now midway through the mixed doubles curling tournament and several key storylines have emerged, with a surprising country at the top of the tables. Italian duo Stefania Constantini [https://olympics.com/beijing-2022/olympic-games/en/results/curling/athlete-profile-n1037087-stefania-constantini.htm#events] and Amos Mosaner [https: