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  1. Voting is now open for the LGT Top Shots – a look at the five best shots of the LGT World Men’s Curling Championship 2024. Cast your vote here until 15 April.

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  2. Olympic champions Sweden beat Canada by 6-5 in Sunday afternoon’s gold medal final to claim the LGT World Men’s Championship 2024 title. These two teams had emerged as the top two from the round-robin phase. As table-toppers, Sweden started this final with last-stone advantage. After blanking the first end, Sweden’s Niklas Edin opened the scoring … Continued

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  3. Although they had lost to Sweden in Saturday’s semi-finals, Italy had the consolation of picking up bronze medals in the LGT World Men’s Curling Championship 2024, with a 7-6 extra end win over Scotland. The Scots had lost their semi-final and their status as world champions to Canada in Saturday’s semi-final. In the first end, … Continued

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  4. Canada will play Sweden for the world title in Sunday’s final at the LGT World Men’s Championship. The Canadians beat Scotland by 9-4 and Sweden emerged as 5-3 winners over Italy in Saturday’s semi-finals. To reach their semi-final against Canada, Scotland had earlier beaten United States by 8-4 in Saturday morning’s qualification game. Canada versus … Continued

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  5. After 20 sessions of round-robin play, the play-off scenario at the LGT World Men’s Championship has now been set. Sweden finished off their round-robin programme with an 11th win over Korea (7-4) in the afternoon before picking up their only loss by 6-8 against defending champions Scotland, with skip Niklas Edin sitting that game out.  … Continued

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  6. It is just possible that, in enjoying the energy and skills of the young team representing Germany, the spectators at Schaffhausen and fans around the world, might be witnessing the start of something very big in German curling. At 28 years of age, skip Marc Muskatewitz is the old man on the team. The other … Continued

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  7. The weekend play-off picture started to take shape during Thursday’s second-last day of round-robin play at the LGT World Men’s Championship. In the morning session, table-toppers Sweden beat United States by 6-4 while second-placed Canada were 7-4 winners over Norway. These results guaranteed qualification for the two leading teams. These morning wins did not guarantee … Continued

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  8. During the World Curling open meetings held at the LGT World Men’s Curling Championship 2024 in Schaffhausen, Switzerland, World Curling’s members took part in discussions looking to the future of curling events for the next Olympiad and beyond as part of the consultation process started by the new Events Working Group. Those present looked at … Continued

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  9. With Sweden winning twice on Wednesday, they sit on the verge of play-off qualification, unbeaten on eight wins at the top of the table, leaving the other teams at the LGT World Men’s Championship looking anxiously at the other five available play-off slots. And the teams who might have the best reason to be anxious … Continued

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  10. Curling’s status as an Olympic sport has been largely positive. Being an Olympic sport has helped curling find funding for elite programmes, bring curling to new fans and develop new facilities. And this influence is there within the curling family too. At the 2024 LGT World Men’s Championship in Schaffhausen, where the teams are starting … Continued

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