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Canada remains unbeaten at world mixed doubles curling championship

Canada posted two comfortable victories Tuesday to remain unbeaten at the world mixed doubles curling championship.

Chantelle Eberle and Dean Hicke of Regina dumped Austria 8-2 before topping France 7-3 on the second day of round-robin play at the Milli Piyango Curling Arena.

Canada leads the Red Group standings at 3-0 and will play Turkey and Slovakia on Wednesday.

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There are 27 teams competing at the event. Teams are divided into three round-robin groups — red, blue and yellow.

Round-robin play continues through Saturday.

Quarter-finals, semi-finals and medal games will be played Sunday.

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