New Zealand skip Peter Becker is the nearly man. He played two brilliant shots to put New Zealand within a whisker of an upset win against the United States. He forced the extra end with his first and drew the shot against the odds on the extra end at the world senior curling championships at the Dunedin Ice Stadium yesterday...

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Dunedin, New Zealand – The final world curling championship of the 2008-09 season is approaching its climax.

Canada's Pat Sanders and Scotland’s Marion Craig both won a pair of games Wednesday in women's play at the 2009 World Senior Curling Championships in Dunedin, New Zealand. Canada's victories, a 7-5 effort over Sharon Vukich of the United States and a 12-5 disposal of the host Kiwis, skipped by Wendy Becker, improved their undefeated record to 5-0.

The United States remained unbeaten when it blocked out Finland in the final three ends at the world senior curling championships in Dunedin yesterday. The game was locked at 4-4 after five ends at the Dunedin Ice Stadium before the US took charge to win the game 6-5...

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