Canada claims 2016 World Men's Curling ChampionshipComments
Canada has won the 2016 World men’s curling title with a 5-3 victory over Denmark at St. Jakobshalle arena.
Kevin Koe produced a stunning performance to break open a 3-3 tie with two crucial points in the ninth end. Canada then kept their rivals off the score-sheet in the 10th, en route to their first men’s curling title since 2012.
Elsewhere, the United States outclassed Japan 8-6 in the bronze-medal game.
.@TeamKevinKoe and Canada beat Denmark to capture men's world curling championship. pic.twitter.com/ExdJHQ96c8— TSN Curling (@TSNCurling) April 10, 2016