Recap of the 2024 World Men’s Curling Championship: Complete Results, Scores, Schedule, and Standings

Recap of the 2024 World Men’s Curling Championship: Complete Results, Scores, Schedule, and Standings

The 2024 World Men’s Curling Championship is set to take place at the ice arena in the KSS Sports Complex in Schaffhausen, Switzerland from 30 March to 7 April 2024. Scotland, with skip Bruce Mouat leading the team, will be heading to the tournament as the reigning champions after their victory in the previous edition held in Ottawa, Canada. However, they will face tough competition from countries like Sweden led by Niklas Edin, Team Canada with Brad Gushue as the skip, and Italy led by Joel Retornaz.

The tournament will kick off with a round-robin event where all 13 teams will play against each other once. The top six teams after all the games are played will progress to the next stage of the competition, with the top two teams automatically advancing to the semi-finals. The remaining four teams will battle it out in a play-off to secure the last two spots.

The teams that come up short in the semi-finals will face each other in the bronze-medal match, while the winners will move on to compete for the gold on Sunday, 7 April. The 13 nations participating in the tournament include Canada, Czechia, Germany, Italy, Japan, Republic of Korea, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Scotland, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United States.

Stay tuned to see all the results, fixtures, and standings from this exciting competition.

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