The Russian women’s team Curling won a bronze medal in the world Championships in Canada. This was reported on the website of the Russian Curling Federation.
The match for third place between the teams of Russia and Canada took place on March 27th in swift-Current and ended with the victory of Russians with the score 9:8. This bronze became the national team’s third in a row — the same result was achieved at the world Championships in 2014 and 2015.
In the national team of Russia were Anna Sidorova, Margarita Fomina, Alexandra Raeva, Kira Ezeh and Alina Kovaleva, mentors team — Svetlana Kalalb and Roger Schmidt.
After the match calalb summed up the results of his team’s performance and thanked the fans for their support. “On behalf of the team wish to thank all those who supported us and suffered for us. We tried to show their usual Curling and to achieve the highest result. Unfortunately, lost in the fight for gold, but managed once again to prove that by right are the four strongest teams,” said the coach.