Final start time, schedule, results, TV channel for women and men

The Winter Olympic Curling Games are drawing to a close in Beijing!

The UK women will play the final against Japan all night TONIGHT, but only after the men’s team lost in a heartbreaking final against Sweden after extra ends.

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Skip Eva Muirhead and her GB team

Women Eve Muirhead led the Great Britain women’s team to a memorable fourth place at the Games four years ago in South Korea and is now aiming for gold in China.

Women’s Curling at the Winter Olympics

Great Britain will play Japan in the final on Saturday night and Sunday morning UK time.

Semi-final and final dates

Friday, February eighteen

  • Semi-final 1 – Sweden – Great Britain 11:12 (12:05)
  • Semi-final 2 – Switzerland – Japan 6:8 (12:05)

Saturday, February 19

  • Bronze game – Switzerland – Sweden (12:05)

Sunday, February 20

  • Gold Medal Game – Great Britain vs. Japan (1:05)

Final Standings and Round Robin Results

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The Round Robin was played from Wednesday 9 February to Thursday 17 February.

Thu 10 Feb: UK 5-6 Switzerland

Thu 10 Feb: Sweden 2-8 Great Britain

Fri. Feb. 11: South Korea 9-7 UK

Sat. Feb. 12: UK 10:5 US

Sun. Feb. 13: Great Britain 7-2 Denmark

Mon 14 Feb: UK 3-7 Canada

Tue 15 Feb: UK 10-4 Japan

Wed Feb 16: China 8-4 UK

Thu. Feb. 17: UK 9:4 ROC

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Men’s curling at the Winter Olympics

Great Britain beat Sweden in the final, which went to a dramatic extra end.

Semi-final and final dates

Thursday, February 17

  • Semi-final 1 – Sweden – Canada 5:3
  • Semi-final 2 – US 4-8 UK

Friday, February eighteen

  • Bronze Game – Canada – USA 8-5

Saturday, February 19

  • Gold medal game – Great Britain 4-5 Sweden

Position and results of men’s curling

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The Round Robin was played from Wednesday 9 February to Thursday 17 February.

Thu 10 Feb: UK 7-5 Italy

Fri, Feb 11: UK 9:7 US

Fri, Feb 11 Great Britain 8-3 Norway

Sun. Feb. 13: China 6-7 UK

Sun. Feb. 13: Great Britain 8-2 Denmark

Mon. Feb. 14: Switzerland 5-6 UK

Tue 15 Feb: Sweden 6-7 Great Britain

Wed Feb 16: UK 8-6 ROC

Thu 17 Feb: Canada 2-5 UK

Mixed curling at the Winter Olympics

Italy dominated and won gold in mixed doubles, while Norway won silver and finished second.

Sweden won the bronze after defeating Bruce Mouat and Jennifer Dodds of Great Britain in the bronze medal match.

Wednesday, February 2

  • Sweden 5-9 UK
  • Australia 5-6 USA
  • Norway 6-7 Czech Republic
  • China 7-6 Switzerland

Thursday, February 3

  • Australia 5-6 China
  • Sweden 7-4 Czech Republic
  • US 4-8 Italy
  • UK 6-4 Canada
  • Italy 8-7 Switzerland
  • US 6-11 Norway
  • Norway 6-7 Canada
  • Switzerland 8-7 UK
  • China 6-7 Sweden
  • Czech Republic 8-2 Australia

Friday, February 4

  • Sweden 7-6 Australia
  • Canada 7-5 Switzerland
  • Italy 11-8 Norway
  • Czech Republic 2-10 Italy
  • China 6-8 Canada
  • UK 9-8 Australia
  • Sweden 7-8 USA

Saturday, February five

  • Switzerland 1-6 Sweden
  • Australia 4-10 Norway
  • China 5-7 USA
  • Czech Republic 3-8 UK
  • Sweden 6-2 Canada
  • Australia 3-7 Italy
  • UK 5-7 Italy
  • Norway 9-6 China
  • Czech Republic 3-11 Switzerland
  • US 2-7 Canada

Sunday, February 6

  • US 8-10 Czech Republic
  • UK 6-5 China
  • Norway 6-2 Sweden
  • Australia 9-6 Switzerland
  • Italy 8-4 China
  • Canada 7-5 Czech Republic
  • Canada 8-10 Australia
  • Italy 12-8 Sweden
  • Switzerland 6-5 USA
  • Norway 6-2 Great Britain

Monday, February 7

  • Switzerland 5-6 Norway
  • Canada 7-8 Italy
  • US 4-8 UK
  • Czech Republic 8-6 China
  • Semi-final 1: Norway 6-5 Great Britain
  • Semi-final 2: Italy 8-1 Sweden

Tuesday, February 8

  • Bronze: Great Britain 3-9 Sweden
  • Gold medal: Norway 5-8 Italy
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On which TV channel and live is the Winter Olympics?

Like the Tokyo Summer Olympics, the Winter Games will be broadcast on the BBC and Eurosport in the UK.

You can watch every event live via Eurosport and Discovery+.

While BBC will be broadcast over 300 hours live on BBC One and BBC Two with Hazel Irvine, Jeanette Kwakye, Ayo Akinvolere and JJ Chalmers.

Barbara Slater, director of BBC Sport, said: “We are excited to show viewers the very best fights and prize-winning moments from Beijing.

“Our experienced roster of international winter sports stars, combined with our 24/7 coverage, ensures that the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics take pride of place in an already eventful year of sport.”

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