Brazil Challenges Canada for Final Spot in 2018 World Curling Championship

Brazil's men's national curling team will take on reigning world champions Canada for the final spot in next year's World Curling Championships. The best-of-five series will be held January 11th to the 14th in London, Ontario, Canada.

By Nelson Belen, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - This past weekend, Brazil’s Confederação de Desportos no Gelo (Confederation of Sports on Ice) confirmed that, for the first time ever, Brazil's national curling team will challenge reigning curling world champions, Canada, for the final spot in the 2018 World Men’s Curling Championship to be held in Las Vegas next spring.

Brazil, a country not generally known for its sports dominance on the ice, will hope to score the shocking upset against a powerhouse Canadian team in a best-of-five series that will take place from . . .

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