Hosts Finland suffered their first defeat at the World Wheelchair-B Curling Championships as the top of the Pool B standings tightened at the Kisakallio Sports Institute in Lohja.
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Scotland recover from England defeat by thrashing Slovakia at World Wheelchair-B Curling Championships
Scotland recovered from their defeat to England by thrashing Slovakia at the World Wheelchair-B Curling Championships in Lohja.
England claimed a surprise victory in an all-British clash against Scotland at the World Wheelchair-B Curling Championships in Lohja.
England opened their campaign with a stunning 18-0 win over Israel on day one of the second-ever World Wheelchair-B Curling Championships, which started in Lohja in Finland today.
Paralympic bronze medallist Aileen Neilson will lead the Scotland team at the World "B" Wheelchair Curling Championships in Finland in November, as the country bids for a top two finish which will see them qualify for the elite World Championships next year.
The World Curling Federation (WCF) has revealed the schedule for next month's World Wheelchair-B Curling Championship.
A three-day national wheelchair curling camp for disabled veterans will take place in the United States thanks to US Paralympics funding.
British Curling have admitted they are “very disappointed” after UK Sport opted to cut the funding of their wheelchair programme ahead of Pyeongchang 2018 but claim they understand the reasons behind the decision.
Russia successfully retained their World Wheelchair Curling Championships title after defeating Norway in the gold medal match at the Eizentrun Luzern in Lucerne.
Defending champions Russia booked their place in the gold medal match of the World Wheelchair Curling Championships after beating Norway in the play-offs at the Eizentrun Luzern in Lucerne.
Defending champions Russia today became the third team to book a playoff spot at the World Wheelchair Curling Championships at the at the Eizentrun Luzern in Lucerne.
Finland claimed their first two victories of the World Wheelchair Curling Championships in Lucerne today as Switzerland and Norway became the first sides to guarantee themselves spots in the playoffs.
Norway continue 100 per cent record at World Wheelchair Curling Championships to close on semi-final spot
Norway held off a Finnish fightback at the World Wheelchair Curling Championships to maintain their 100 per cent record in Lucerne.
Hosts Switzerland kept their perfect record intact at the World Wheelchair Curling Championships with a tight victory over Finland in Lucerne.