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M: World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship
Ostersund, SWE
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Draw: 6 -- Sun, Apr 21 -- 6:00pm CET
United States Final
China (8)
Scotland Final
Australia (EE)
Czechia Final
New Zealand (8)
Sweden Final
Korea (7)
Netherlands Final
Canada 11  (6)
M: Mexican Mixed Doubles Championship
Vancouver, CAN
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World Women's Curling Championships Preview


The 2024 BKT Tires World Women's Curling Championships (photo: Curling Canada) begin this afternoon, Saturday March 16. Thirteen talented teams have arrived in Sydney, Nova Scotia ready to compete and excitement is building as fans worldwide await the start of the event.

Silvana Tirinzoni and her team Aarau, Switzerland are the current four time defending World Champions and won their first European Championships earlier this year. The team stopped in at Halifax Curling Club on their way to Sydney to share their wisdom with the province's junior curlers. Switzerland will look to finish off a strong season with another championship performance this year and extend their historic run.

They have tough competition in their way though, including Canada's own team Homan who have been dominant all season with two Grand Slam titles and a finals appearance as well as an undefeated performance at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts in February to book their spot at World's. Homan, along with teammates Sarah Wilkes, Emma Miskew and Tracy Fleury, are no stranger to the spotlight, with multiple World's appearances and podium finishes between them. Homan took home gold at her last World Championship in 2017 and will be looking to do the same in Sydney in front of a home crowd.

Norway's Marianne Roervik claimed the silver medal in 2023 and is back looking to improve her performance one step further. Team Gim out of Korea have had a strong season on the grand slam tour with a win and three quarter final finishes. They won the Pan Continental Championships in 2023 and will be looking to bring the season's momentum into worlds.

Italy's Stefania Constantini won gold at the 2022 Olympics in the mixed doubles discipline and her team came second at the European Championships earlier this year. Italy has never won a medal at Women's Curling but will be looking to change that this year.

Sweden's Anna Hassleborg has been a big name on the Women's curling stage for years, but has yet to win a gold medal. The team were the 2018 Olympic Champions and came second at Worlds that same year. Though it has not been their best season thus far, team Hasselborg has plenty of experience and will be a sure threat for medal contention this year.

Japen's Ueno Miyu, Estonia's Liisa Turmann, Denmark's Madeleine Dupont, New Zealand's Jessica Smith, Scotland's Rebecca Morrison, USA's Tabitha Peterson and Turkey's Dilsat Yildiz round out the 13 team field.

The event consists of a full thirteen team round robin which will conclude on Friday March 22nd with the top six teams moving forward to the playoff round. The opening draw on Saturday at 2pm will see a feature matchup of Canada taking on Sweden, as well as Korea vs Switzerland, USA vs Turkey and New Zealand vs Japan.

Curling Scores

M: World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship
Ostersund, SWE
Teams | Scores | Standings | Playoffs
Draw: 6 -- Sun, Apr 21 -- 6:00pm CET
United States Final
China (8)
Scotland Final
Australia (EE)
Czechia Final
New Zealand (8)
Sweden Final
Korea (7)
Netherlands Final
Canada 11  (6)
M: Mexican Mixed Doubles Championship
Vancouver, CAN
Teams | Scores | Standings | Playoffs
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