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Six wins in six matches are synonymous with the Swiss women’s team’s best start at the World Championships that have been held since 1979.
The Olympic team of Lausanne by Skip Janet Hürlimann in 1992 and Flims by Skip Binia Feltscher in 2014 have achieved five consecutive victories since the start of the tournament. Vaudois women won a bronze medal at that time, and Flims women won their first two World Cup titles in Saint John, Canada.
After eight ends, victory was dry
In the match against the Chinese, who lost only one game, reigning champions Melanie Barbizat, Esther Neuschwander, Sylvana Terenzoni and Alena Batz of CCAraw dominated from the start.
After a house of two and three men, they entered the break after five ending with a 6-2 lead. Pätz clinched the fourth-place duel against Han Yu by 84:61 percentage points with successful attempts. After eight ends, the Asians surrendered in a hopeless situation.
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