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Canadian Women Win Curling, U.S. Suffers Second Straight Loss

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    Canada’s skip Jennifer Jones delivers the rock to her during women's curling competition against Sweden at the 2014 Winter Olympics, Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2014, in Sochi, Russia.

    Canada skip Jennifer Jones led her team to a second straight victory in women's Olympic curling Tuesday, a 9-3 victory over Sweden.

    Sweden, the two-time defending champion, conceded after eight of 10 ends after Jones made all 16 shots with complete accuracy. It was the second shortened match for the Canadians, who crushed China 9-2 in seven ends Monday.

    Like Canada, Switzerland and Russia are 2-0. The Swiss beat Denmark 7-6 and the Russians defeated the U.S. 9-6 for the Americans' second straight loss.

    South Korea defeated Japan 12-7 in the other morning game. There are four games in the evening, when Canada has a bye.