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Canadian Dzhoanna Kortni Reid and Carruthers lost their game in the final round Thursday afternoon at the multimodal World Curling Curling Championships in Lethbridge, Alabama, and came to the American brothers Becca and Matt Hamilton 8-6. Canada ranks third in a circular basketball with a score of 5-2, behind United States (7-0) and Czech Republic Zuzana Haykova and Thomas Paul (6-1).
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“We have to let [the loss of the US], and just make sure we hold the trust in the future,” – said Courtney. “It all comes down to running in mixed doubles. In this game, it was a lot of heavy builds, so if tomorrow we will be at the top of the ring, we will be in a good position.”
Canada is seed 13 in the playoffs to 16 teams, and Friday will be fourth seed Dzhina Eytken and Bryus Muat of Scotland. Scotland won the fourth place in the world championships in mixed doubles in 2016 in Karlstad, Sweden.
Canada closed the spot in the playoffs in the world championship in mixed curling on Wednesday with a 7-6 win over England in Lethbridge, Alta. Playoff teams were selected based on their final position in the five circular pools in conjunction with the drawing darts results.
Canada closed the spot in the playoffs in the world championship in mixed curling on Wednesday with a 7-6 win over England in Lethbridge, Alta. Dzhoan Kortni Reid and Carruthers stole the point of winning when Anna Fowler destroyed protect her latest pitch. Canada led 4-1 after three ends, but Fowler and his brother Ben pulled even in the fifth before the teams exchanged doses ahead of the finale.
“We felt we had a strong start in this game, and only a couple of bugs in the second half, to lean against the wall again,” – said Courtney. “But, again, we are very proud that we stay mentally strong because it gave them everything we had because we were trying to make their shots when it was especially important in these last two goals.”
Courtney Edmonton shot 69 percent in the game, while Carruthers of Winnipeg – 86 percent.
The Canadians, who improved to 5-1, will close play round on Thursday at ATB Center against unbeaten American team of brothers and sisters Becky and Matt Hamilton (6-0).
Friday’s play-off with a single-stroke team begins on Friday.