SOCHI, Russia — China's curlers kept up their surprise run at the men's Olympic tournament by beating Switzerland and Germany on Wednesday, leaving the team at the top of the standings with four straight wins.
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Two-time defending champion Canada bounced back from back-to-back losses by beating Russia 7-4 and Britain eked out a 4-2 victory over Switzerland in the evening's other game.
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With Sweden (3-1) losing 8-5 to Denmark in the evening session, Norway (3-0) is only other unbeaten team in the competition after defeating Germany 8-5 in the morning at the Ice Cube Curling Center.
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The Chinese have been coached for the past eight months by Canadian curling great Marcel Rocque. They are confounding expectations in only their second appearance at the Olympics.
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They finished eighth in the 2010 Games in Vancouver.