Brazil guaranteed a place in world curling qualifiers

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If Curling Power Canada wins the title of the US Challenge and a place in the world, Brazil beat Mexico to finish runners-up and guarantee their appearance in the qualifiers that would lead to the World Championships in a row.

The team formed by Marcelo Melo, Philippe Nunes, Ricardo Lloso and Gilead Kempenich defeated Mexico once again, this time by a score of 7 to 2. Brazil had already defeated Mexico 11 a 2 on the eve.

Obviously, Canada won four games played in America’s Challenge, two against Brazil and two against Mexico.

With the title already guaranteed, Canada will complete the schedule in a match against Mexico on Sunday night which ends with America’s Challenge De Curling.

Brazil’s team will decide the place in the playoff against Mexico

Canada has participated in every men’s world championship since the event began in 1959 and has won 36 gold medals. Meanwhile, Brazil and Mexico are trying to qualify for the first men’s world championship.

Also, two weeks ago, the Brazilian team took part in the qualifying tournament for the Pre-Olympics of curling and said goodbye to the Olympic dream.

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By finishing second, Brazil wins a seat in the qualifying event which will be held in Finland in January 2022. In this feud, eight teams from all continents compete for the last remaining spot.

Brazil’s women’s team will also compete in America’s Challenge, but against the United States team. However, since she was the only challenger and already a place in January’s repechage, the Brazilians abandoned the confrontation to better prepare for the qualifying event.

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