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TEAM USA NEWS USA secures berths to World Championships


win the Americas Challenge Jan. 28 at the Duluth Curling Club in Duluth, Minn. Roth (McFarland, Wis.) and teammates Tabitha Peterson (Minneapolis,


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Minn.), Aileen Geving (Duluth, Minn.), and Becca Hamilton (McFarland, Wis.) got past the Alina Goncalves rink in the best-of-five series by scores of 16-2 (a game that featured USA scoring an eight-ender), 12-2 and 8-7. Shuster (Superior, Wis.) and teammates Tyler George (Duluth, Minn.),


Joe Polo (Duluth, Minn.), John Landsteiner (Duluth, Minn.), and Matt Hamilton (McFarland, Wis.) defeated Brazil's Marcelo Mello rink by scores of 8-6, 9-4 and 9-3. Twelve teams compete at both the men’s and women’s world curling


championships each year. Two countries from the Americas Zone, encom- passing North and South America, can earn berths to the world champi- onships (two per world championship). Since the inception of the world championships, the only two World Curling Federation (WCF) member associations to represent the Americas Zone have been Canada and the United States. Canada has already qualified for the 2017 Ford World Championship in


Edmonton by finishing higher than the U.S. at the 2016 World Men’s Cham- pionship last spring in Switzerland, and also by virtue of hosting this year’s world event. Canada (fourth) also finished higher than the U.S. (sixth) at


Team USA for the 2017 World Wheelchair Championships was named in early January. Steve Emt, Kirk Black, Jimmy Joseph, Penny Greely, and Justin Marshall will take on 11 other countries at the upcoming championship in South Korea.


eam USA will be represented at the upcoming World Women’s and World Men’s Championships aſter teams skipped by Nina Roth and John Shuster defeated Brazil in three straight games to


the 2016 World Women’s Championship in Swiſt Current, Saskatchewan. Te 2017 World Women’s Curling Championship will take place March


18-26 in Beijing, China, while the 2017 World Men’s Curling Champion- ship is scheduled for March 31-April 9 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Te teams representing the U.S. will be determined at the 2017 USA Curling National Championships in Everett, Wash. Q


// TEAM USA


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