Canada’s Brad Gushue bounced back from a rough first day at the world men’s curling championship with a 7-2 win over Switzerland on Sunday.
Gushue (2-1) wasn’t pleased with his team’s read of the ice and game-clock management in a loss to Scotland the previous night.
The Canadians were efficient in scoring and time against the Swiss, however, as they dispatched Marc Pfister’s team in a quick six-end victory.
Canada scored deuces in the first, second and fourth ends, and stole a point in the fifth for a 7-1 lead.
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