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The curlers of the CC of Geneva are impossible to stop at the World Cup in Canada. They also won the games 4 and 5 on Monday.

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In the stream

CC Geneva men slip into the World Cup on a successful wave.

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The CC Geneva curling team wins the World Championship victory in Lethbridge, Canada. On the third day of the competition, the Swiss with Skip Peter De Cruz beat the Netherlands by 7: 6. They later left a 9: 6 against Germany to follow.

5 games, 5 wins. You can not get better.

The five wins in a row represent the second-best winning streak, which has already had success in a Swiss men's team at the start of a World Cup tournament. The legendary Attinger team set the solitary record 45 years ago. Dübendorfer won the Round Robin World Cup in 1974 in Berne before losing to over 10,000 spectators at Allmend in the semi-final against the USA.

An undefeated trio at the top

In addition to Switzerland, hosts Canada (Kevin Koe) and the Swedes around Niklas Edin also record 5 games and 5 wins from the 13 teams in Lethbridge.

On Tuesday, Switzerland will meet two criteria: first, the US opponent (5 games, 4 wins), before reaching the top of the game against the Swedes.

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