Canada’s Gushu lost to Scotland in the world semifinals

Canada’s Brad Gushu defeated Scotland’s Kyle Waddell 8-6 ​​on Friday to secure a berth in the semifinals of the World Men’s Curling Championship.

St. Johns-based team Gushu, Mark Nichols, Brett Gallant and Geoff Walker scored a Deuce goal in the 10th over for the win.

Canada is leading 9-2 in the round-robin position of 13 teams and Scotland is 6-5.

Sweden’s Nicholas Edin (8-3), who had previously beaten Canada in the competition, was inactive for the morning draw at Orleans Arena.

Canada will close its round-robin schedule in the evening against Tobias Thun of Denmark.

The top two picks make it to the semifinals on Saturday and the other four play-off teams will meet in a qualifying match to join them. The medal game is scheduled for Sunday.

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