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Canada remains undefeated in women's curling

Jennifer Jones
Jennifer Jones
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According to CBC Sports on Thursday, team Canada remains unbeaten in women's curling after four full days of competition at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi.

In draw six, the Jennifer Jones curling team from Winnipeg, Manitoba defeated Switzerland's Mirjam Ott 8-5 to improve to a perfect 5-0 record.

With the game tied at two in the fifth end, Swiss third Carmen Schafer flashed a Swiss stone on the side rings that allowed team Canada to pick up their deuce.Then in the sixth end, Jones recorded a triple takeout that led to a Canadian steal. The Swiss team rebounded in the seventh end with a single and then stole two points in the seventh when Jones flashed herself. However, Jones picked up three points in the ninth end when Ott racked off a guard.

On the men's side, Canada improved to 3-2 with a 7-6 win over Denmark.China remains the big story in men's curling however as they are the only men's team that is still undefeated at 4-0. Great Britain and Sweden are each at 4-1, followed by Norway at 3-1 and Canada at 3-2. Team Canada has the United States, China, Great Britain and Norway remaining.