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The Chinese women’s curling team defeated the Canadian team 11:9 in the round-robin match with 4 wins and 5 losses-Jingchu Net-Hubei Daily Net

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The Chinese women’s curling team defeated the Canadian team 11:9 in the round-robin match with 4 wins and 5 losses-Jingchu Net-Hubei Daily Net

China News Service, Beijing, February 17 (Reporter Chen Hang Li Jun) On the evening of the 16th in the Beijing Winter Olympics curling round-robin, the Chinese women’s curling team defeated the Canadian team 11:9. The current record is 4 wins and 5 losses, tied with the US team for the first place. Seven, is still expected to enter the semi-finals. On the afternoon of the 17th, the last 4 matches of the women’s curling round-robin competition at the Beijing Winter Olympics will be held.

The picture shows the Chinese team in the game.Photo by China News Service reporter Li Jun

In the evening, facing the traditional strong team of Canada, the Chinese team recovered. In the first half, the Chinese team temporarily took the lead 5:3. After the Chinese team made a mistake in the sixth game, they chased after them. In the tenth game, the two teams won 9. : 9 draws entered the extra game. In the end, the Chinese team took the lead and scored 2 points and won the game.

Fourth base Wang Rui said after the game that she gave herself 6 points for her performance in the game, because she had a little regret about the game and could have done better.

Referring to the performance of the women’s curling team, Wang Rui said that she thinks she can give the team 8 points. Although there are some mistakes in tactics, the team members are still very satisfied with the cooperation and communication of the entire team. The whole round of competition also gained team cohesion, mutual support and encouragement with teammates. (Finish)

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