Sweden 9, Great Britain 3 (six ends)
Eriksson became the first curler in history to win three Olympic medals. It was the first medal for De Val, who is playing in her first Games.
Tuesday marked the first Olympic medal for Sweden in mixed doubles curling, and the ninth Olympic curling medal for the country all-time.
Here’s a look at how the game was won for the Swedish team.
Great Britain opened the game with one point in the first.
Trailing in the second, De Val’s hammer throw hit GBR’s lone stone in the 4-foot, and made the perfect bounce to hit Britain’s only other stone in the house to not only knock it out but also stay in for four points on the Swedish side.
De Val’s final stone throw tapped out a GBR stone and landed on the button to help Sweden lie three with just Britain’s hammer throw remaining.
Jennifer Dodd’s hammer throw missed the center, allowing Sweden to steal three and take a commanding 7-1 lead.
After a timeout, Sweden’s Eriksson played a double takeout that landed on the button with two GBR stones left to play.
On Britain’s hammer throw, the stone hit the guard, allowing Sweden to steal another point.
Sweden left GBR with a very difficult position, sitting two stones on opposite sides of the 4-foot and just one rock for Britain's Dodds.
Dodds’s throw cleared one stone, but not the back one, allowing Sweden to steal another point and score in a fourth straight set.
De Val cleared the house of everything but one Great Britain stone with Sweden’s final throw of the end.
Dodds was able to easily come away with a draw shot that scored two for GBR, but the team still conceded the game following the end, giving Sweden the 6-point win and bronze medal.