Men’s curlers of GB squad clinch the comfortable win against Norway.
Jen Dodds whispered that; I think it will hurt, but that is curling for you, as she sought to process how an Olympic semi-final, her voice struggling to be heard even in the eerie quiet of an empty Ice Cube, that was going so well slipped away.
On Tuesday, mixed curlers of Britain could almost sniff a gold medal match against Italy, but a few errant shots turned a 4-2 lead into a defeat by 6-5. He also stated that, the added gut punch? Finally, the match comes to the stone end.
On her face, no wonder the pain was etched. Before a bronze medal playoff on Tuesday afternoon in Beijing, Now Dodds, and her mixed doubles partner, Bruce Mouat, need to find an urgent pick-me-up counter to Sweden.
In the group stage, it surely helps that Britain’s squad beat Sweden by 9-5; when the teams met. Mouat stated; that; it will be tough to get over, but there is a medal still up for grabs; for it, we are hungry.
Against the Norwegian husband, for much of their nervy semi-final and wife Magnus Nedregotten and Kristin Skaslien, as if Britain was making a confident stride towards, it looked its first curling gold medal for 20 years.
Mouat stated that the powerplay changes the dynamic a little bit, and in the first five ends, you are trying to play shots you would not play. He also declared that we were just over-icing a few things and; that we were trying; we did not make any of the doubles.