May 29, 2023

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Norway rules Canada, flies to semifinals against Switzerland – OA Sport

Norway defeated Canada 6-5 to advance to the semifinals of the Mixed Doubles Curling World Cup. Geneva (Switzerland) is walking on ice. The Scandinavians finally won the playoffs thanks to two deadly points signed. Semi-final against Switzerland (7.30pm). The other semi-final, scheduled for 4.00 pm, will take place between Scotland and Germany.

Maja Ramsfjell and Magnus Ramsfjell They regained the top spot after losing their hand in the second (0-2) and beating themselves 3-1 at half-time. The Scandinavians did not leave Jocelyn Peterman and Brett Gallant, They approached using the power-play advantage (2-3) and then snatched the hammer from their rivals, elevating themselves to 4-3 in the sixth over.

Curling, mixed doubles World Cup: Germany sign a record, beat Sweden to reach semifinals with Scotland

The North Americans reacted to the next fraction and scored two points (5-4), but Ramsfzel was flawless in the final and was able to celebrate. Norway closed the group stage in third place, behind Switzerland (they will find again) and Sweden, but also Italy.

Photo: WCF / Céline Stucki

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