Canadians dominant at World Cup curling
Canada has secured a spot in the mixed doubles final at the inaugural World Cup of Curling. Laura Walker and Kirk Muyres, an Edmonton-based team, are 4-1 through three days and locked up first place in Pool A. Meanwhile, Rachel Homan’s Ottawa rink and Kevin Koe’s Calgary rink both are close to clinching spots in their respective finals. Homan (4-0) crushed Anna Sidorova of Russia 8-2 on Friday, hours after hammering American Nina Roth 9-1. Koe (4-0) beat Peter De Cruz of Switzerland 7-4 on Friday. The top two teams in each division will play for championships on Saturday and Sunday.