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Curling: US women split opening matches at worlds

Team USA, including Duluth's Aileen Geving, bounced back from a tournament-opening loss to Scotland to beat Sweden 10-8 on Saturday at the World Women's Curling Championship in Beijing.

Team USA, including Duluth's Aileen Geving, bounced back from a tournament-opening loss to Scotland to beat Sweden 10-8 on Saturday at the World Women's Curling Championship in Beijing.

Nina Roth's rink opened with a 9-8 extra-end loss to Eve Muirhead at the Capital Indoor Gymnasium before rebounding to top Anna Hasselborg's rink.

The U.S. continues its 11-match round-robin tournament today against the Czech Republic.

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