Defeat Hungary in the mixed doubles world beat the Czech Republic 5-1

GENEVA – She defeated Canada’s Jocelyn Peterman and Brett Gallant 5-1 at the World Mixed Curling Championships.

GENEVA – She defeated Canada’s Jocelyn Peterman and Brett Gallant 5-1 at the World Mixed Curling Championships.

Canada defeated Hungary 10-1 in the opening draw on Tuesday at Souss Molin Sports Center, then defeated the Czech Republic 10-4.

With these victories, Canada finished second in Group B, behind unbeaten Scotland (6-0).

Peterman and Galant drove Winnipeg in St. John, New Jersey

In the fourth, Hungary scored a goal, but Canada responded with another hit with three points in fifth, and then won the match when it led to the sixth goal.

The second match for the Canadians started similarly. Peterman and Galant scored two goals in the first half, then threw three at the beginning of the match and the third in the second.

At the end of the fourth minute, Julie Gillingerova and Witt Sabikowski cut Canada’s lead in half by three goals. In the next two finals, teams traded individually before Canada finished third in seven matches.

The United States, who suffered a double defeat on Tuesday, slipped to third in Group Two 4-2. The Czech Republic and Hungary were 3-3, followed by England and Germany (2-3).

Australia and Spain finished 1-4 and Turkey 1-5.

Olympic champions Italy advanced to Group A 5-1, while Japan, Switzerland, Sweden and Norway advanced 4-2.

Canada plays Wednesday’s game, with Petermann and Galant playing a tie in the afternoon against England.

The round trip continues until Thursday. Teams that finish in the top three places in each of the ten teams will be entered into the playoffs.

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The World Senior Curling Championships will be held at the same venue at the same time.

After beating Turkey 14-0 on Tuesday, Wade White tied the United States 4-0 in the men’s first group.

In the women’s, Sherry Anderson of Saskatchewan defeated Sweden 8-4, led it 3-1 and finished second in Group A behind Scotland (4-0).

The Canadian Press’s report was first published on April 26, 2022.

Canadian Press

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