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How to watch Denmark vs Canada Men’s Curling? Schedule, Stream updates for 2022 Beijing Olympic

Beijing Olympics men's curling: Canada vs Denmark

The Denmark Men’s curling team will face at morning in Men’s Round Robbin, Session 1 Canada men’s curling team at the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics. The game will start at 7:00 am (Wednesday, Feb. 9). The five men representing Denmark are set to compete in their first Olympic event, but have their work cut out for them in the opening match as they face the heavily fancied Canada. How to watch Olympics Curling game: Click here to watch online

Here’s you need to know about 2022 Winter Olympics Men’s Curling team shedule, game time, and how to watch each and every events from anywhere.

Olympic curling schedule: February 9-10th

Draw 1: Wednesday, Feb. 9, 7:05 a.m. ET
– Canada vs. Denmark
– United States vs. ROC
– Switzerland vs. Norway
– Sweden vs. China

Draw 2: Thursday, Feb. 10, 1:05 a.m. ET
– Sweden vs. United States
– Canada vs. Norway
– ROC vs. China
– Great Britain vs. Italy

Draw 3: Thursday, Feb. 10, 8:05 p.m. ET
– Switzerland vs. ROC
– Great Britain vs. United States
– Sweden vs. Italy
– Denmark vs. China

The Mixed Doubles curling teams competed for the gold medal yesterday, on Tuesday, February 8th. Now that that has been awarded, the Men’s Round Robin will begin on Wednesday, February 9th with four opening matches.

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