Canada beat the United States 7-6 in the Olympic women’s curling tournament and moved ahead of the Americans in the race for the four-team playoff.
Jennifer Jones’ Canadian foursome (4-3) took the lead with back-to-back two-point ends in the second and third. The Americans tied it with two in the eighth and a steal of one in the ninth when Jones missed a takeout with the last stone and slammed her broom to the ice in frustration.
Canada retained the last-rock advantage in the 10th and final end, though, and delivered an easy draw to win it.
The Americans (4-4) could still qualify for the semifinals with five wins, if they beat Japan on Wednesday night and get some help.