The Swiss national team celebrated their 10th victory in their eleventh World Cup match in Calgary with a score of 5: 6 against the United States.
Having secured their participation in the knockout stage early Thursday evening by defeating the Russians, the Swiss team around Skipp Silvana Terenzoni also won the next match. Switzerland won the duel against the USA with Tabitha Peterson Scape 6: 5.
This means that Melanie Barbizat, Esther Neuschwander, Trinzoni and Alena Batz of CCAraw have won 10 times after 11 matches. In their pursuit of victories, the current world champions are close to setting a stunning record in Swiss women’s curling.
Record is still possible
Patz, who always plays fourth in the Terenzone crew always playing the last pair of stones, became the world champion in 2015 in Sapporo after skipping Baden Reggio, winning 12 out of 13 matches and averaging 92.3 per cent. The proportion of women in Aarau is currently 90.9%.
You still have two Robben rounds to play (against Germany and Estonia), then the “quarter-final”, semi-final and either the final or the third-place match. If you remain unbeaten for the rest of the World Cup, you will break the record.
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