On Saturday morning defeated Sweden and Australia in the semi-final in the Norwegian Stavanger – and already on the afternoon of the same day would the world championship be decided.
In the final was Canada a mind-blowing beef for Anna Hasselborg and Oskar Eriksson – but when the former had giving away the last stone in the eighth round, it was clear that Sweden was slutsegrare with the numbers 6-5.
Thus have Oskar Eriksson won two world CHAMPIONSHIP gold medals in the space of just a few weeks after Team Niklas Edin went all the way in Canada in the beginning of april.
" It feels fantastic. It was a really good match. Winning the world CUP two times now just on a month feels really, really good, " says Oskar Eriksson in the international curlingförbundets tv broadcast.
first in the mixed doubles. This was secured in the final round, after Canada came back and acknowledged after the Swedish management, with both the 3-1 and 5-3.
" It feels absolutely fantastic, we have had such a great week. We played so good, and it is absolutely incredible to get to take this gold. It feels lovely since I have not won the gold medal in the team this year. Absolutely fantastic, " says Anna Hasselborg, who last year won both the OLYMPICS and european CHAMPIONSHIPS and earlier in the year has taken home a world CUP silver.
was worth its weight in gold when she would collect themselves in the face of the last stone.
" I was just trying to think of my routine and try to come down in pulse. We were a little short on time so I had a little extra adrenalin, but I knew that Oskar was able to sweep as he needed. It was just for me to try to rely on my routine, said Hasselborg, who sends a comforting message to the silvermedaljörerna Jocelyn Peterman and Brett Gallant.
– the Fantastic opponent. Canada is a good team and we knew that it would be determined on the readings of the day.