HOW CANADA FARED
Our daily roundup of where the Canadian athletes placed
MEN — Kevin Koe, Edmonton, and his rink started their tournament with a 5-3 victory over Italy, and downed Great Britain 6-4 in 10 ends. Through two draws, Canada is 2-0 and is tied for first with Sweden.
WOMEN — In their first game of the tournament, Rachel Homan, Ottawa, and her rink were upset 8-6 by the South Korean team led by skip Kim Eun Jung.
PAIRS — Meagan Duhamel, Lively, Ont., and Eric Radford,
Balmertown, Ont., won the bronze medal with a score of 76.82; Julianne
Seguin, Longueuil, Que., and Charlie
Bilodeau, Trois-pistoles, Que., are 12th (67.52); and Kirsten Moore-towers,
St. Catharines, Ont., and Michael
Marinaro, Montreal, are a spot behind in 13th (65.68) — all advanced to the free skate.
MEN’S DOUBLES — Tristan Walker, Cochrane, Alta., and Justin Snith, Calgary, finished fifth with a cumulative time of 1:32.369.
MEN’S HALFPIPE — Derek
Livingston, Aurora, Ont., finished 17th in qualification with a best score 0f 71.25. He did not advance to the final.
LONG TRACK Women’s 1,000 — Kaylin Irvine, Calgary, finished 23rd (1:16.90) and Heather Mclean, Winnipeg, was 25th (1:17.25).
Team Canada’s women’s curling team got off to a rough start yesterday at the Winter Games, dropping an 8-6 decision to the South Koreans. Skip Rachel Homan (centre) delivers her stone while lead Lisa Weagle (left) and second Joanne Courtney sweep yesterday in Pyeonchang.