CALGARY — Canada’s Kerri Einarson misplaced a fourth straight sport on the ladies’s world curling championship falling 6-2 to Germany on Monday.
At 1-5, Canada can’t afford any extra losses if the host group goes to make the playoffs. Einarson was to face South Korea later Monday.
The highest six groups on the conclusion of the round-robin make playoffs.
Up 4-2 after eight ends, Germany stole two factors within the ninth when Einarson was heavy on a draw. The Canadians shook palms after that finish.
Germany is competing with a three-person group as a result of two members examined constructive for COVID-19 earlier than the event started.