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Curling: US junior women's team slips in standings

The U.S. women's team lost 11-6 to Russia on Monday to fall to 1-2 in the round-robin standings of the World Junior Championships in Liverpool, Nova Scotia.

The U.S. women's team lost 11-6 to Russia on Monday to fall to 1-2 in the round-robin standings of the World Junior Championships in Liverpool, Nova Scotia.

Cait Flannery's team, which includes the Duluth duo of Lexi Lanigan and Rebecca Miles, lost 7-6 to Selena Sturmay's Canadian team late Sunday before falling again to Vlada Rumiantseva's side.

Korea and Scotland are on tap today for Team USA.

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