Canada wins 2nd straight gold in men's curling

February 28, 2010 04:54


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VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Canada won the gold medal in its No. 2 sport of curling Saturday, with Kevin Martin's team defeating a Norwegian foursome that charmed the Olympics with their celebrated flamboyant trousers.

The 6-3 victory gave Canada its 13th gold medal, matching the mark for the most by any nation at a Winter Olympics — and it gave Martin the Olympic title he has coveted most for so long.

"Today and all week he was amazing," Canadian second Marc Kennedy. "We had an all-around good team game today, and you couldn't have it at a better time."

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