The delightfully named Swift Current, Canada provided the venue for Japan's first ever appearance in the final of the World Women's Curling Championship.
The delightfully named Swift Current, Canada provided the venue for Japan’s first ever appearance in the final of the World Women’s Curling Championship.
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The Japanese, led by Satsuki Fujisawa, took on the 2014 champions Switzerland.
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At 6-5 Japan were looking good until Binia Feltscher took control of the stone and led the Swiss to a 9-6 win.
2016 World Women's Curling Championship tale of the tape: Switzerland vs Japan – Yahoo… https://t.co/NlGrUBPhLlpic.twitter.com/gRCUzXfxKg— SwissNet, Inc. (@SwissNetInc) March 27, 2016