Canada’s Brendan Bottcher defeated John Shuster of the U.S. 10-1 at the world men’s curling championship Monday in Calgary.
Bottcher improved to 5-1 and continued to chase unbeaten Norway (5-0).
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Host Canada stole a total of seven points over the third, fourth and fifth ends to dominate Shuster, who is the reigning Olympic men’s champion. The Americans shook hands after six ends.
Canada was to face South Korea’s Jeong Yeong-seok (1-5) later Monday.