Tag Archives: Ji-Sun Kim

Tag Archives: Ji-Sun Kim

Switzerland to play Canada for gold medal at 2014 Ford Worlds

March 22, 2014

Switzerland will look to finish off second straight Ford World Women’s Curling Championship, presented by Booster Juice, contested on Canadian soil with a gold medal.

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South Korea tops Russia in Page 3-4 playoff to advance to Ford Worlds semi

March 22, 2014

South Korea’s Ji-Sun Kim will play in her second semifinal at the Ford World Women’s Curling Championship, presented by Booster Juice, in three years.

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South Korea turns back Sweden in 2014 Ford Worlds tiebreaker

March 21, 2014

South Korea’s Ji-sun Kim has advanced to the Page playoff 3-4 game at the 2014 Ford World Women’s Curling Championship, presented by Booster Juice.

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South Korea takes Switzerland down from unbeaten ranks at Ford Worlds

March 18, 2014

South Korea’s Ji-sun Kim did the rest of the field a large favour on Tuesday afternoon at the Ford World Women’s Curling Championship, presented by Booster Juice.

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Nedohin rebounds for bronze

March 25, 2012

It wasn’t the colour they were looking for, but at the end of the day, for Heather Nedohin’s Canadian crew of Laine Peters, Jessica Mair, and Beth Iskiw, a bronze medal represents a resiliency and a character statement.

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Lethbridge Welcomes the World: Korea Update

March 6, 2012

Ji-Sun Kim will be one of the youngest skips in the field at the 2012 Ford World Women’s Curling Championship. The twenty-four year old will be making her second consecutive appearance at the championship when she takes to the ice in Lethbridge with her mates Seul-Bee Lee, Un-Chi Gim and Hyun-Jung Lee. Last year in Esbjerg, Denmark, the Koreans finished round-robin play with a record of 2 wins and 9 losses.

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China and Korea are confirmed for Ford World Women’s Curling Championship

November 28, 2011

The field for the 2012 Ford World Women’s Curling Championship, which will be contested at Lethbridge, Alberta’s Enmax Centre from March 17-25, is already starting to take shape after the conclusion of play at the Pacific-Asia Curling Championships.

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