How to Watch WWCC 2024 Live Stream: Bronze and Gold Medal Preview

Mr. Kraken

3/24/20242 min read

In the BKT World Women's Curling Championship gold medal final, hosts Canada will take on defending champions Switzerland after two intense semi-finals played in front of a full house.

Before Switzerland defeated Italy 6-3 and Canada defeated Korea 9-7 in the semifinals, both matches went down to the final stone. Now, at 11:00, Korea and Italy will compete for the bronze medals, with the gold medal game scheduled for 17:00.

Canada vs Korea Preview

Canada's skip, Rachel Homan, opened the scoring in the semi-final match between her country and Korea with a draw for two points in the second end. In response, Korea's skip Gim Eunji played a double in the third end to score three points and take a 3-2 lead.

When Gim knocked out a Canadian stone to score two points and take a 7-6 lead at the ninth end, Canada was ahead 6-5. Homan scored three points and won 9–7 when he hit out a Korean stone that was lying open in the tenth end.

“I feel on top of the world right now. I’m so proud of my team for battling, they were phenomenal in front of me,” Following the victory, Homan commented. She also used this opportunity to thank this home crowd for their support.

Italy vs Switzerland Preview

The Italian skip, Stefania Constantini, played a raised take-out in the fifth end of the other semifinal match between Italy and Switzerland to square the score at 2-2 and give the Swiss the advantage.

Alina Paetz, the fourth player for Switzerland, drew her last stone into a crowded house in the seventh end with the score tied at 2-2, giving her team a 4-2 lead. After the eighth end was blanked, Italy's Constantini placed her last stone to score one point and cut the Swiss lead to 4-3 in the ninth end.

Finally, to complete a 6-3 victory, Switzerland's Paetz scored two points and knocked out two Italian stones in the tenth end.

The victory provides her team a chance to win a fifth consecutive global title, according to Switzerland's skip Silvana Tirinzoni. “I’m empty, I don’t know what to say, it was such an exhausting game. They played amazing” she said.

Bronze medal game

Sunday, March 24, 10:00 am

South Korea (Gim) vs Italy (Constantini)

Team Italy (CC Dolomiti, Cortina d'Ampezzo)

  • Skip: Stefania Constantini

  • Third: Elena Mathis

  • Second: Angela Romei

  • Lead: Giulia Zardini Lacedelli

  • Alternate: Marta Lo Deserto

Team South Korea (Uijeongbu CC, Uijeongbu)

  • Skip: Gim Eun-ji

  • Third: Kim Min-ji

  • Second: Kim Su-ji

  • Lead: Seol Ye-eun

  • Alternate: Seol Ye-ji

Final/Gold Medal Game

Sunday, March 24, 5:00 pm

Canada (Homan) vs Switzerland (Tirinzoni)

Team Canada (Ottawa CC, Ottawa)

  • Skip: Rachel Homan

  • Third: Tracy Fleury

  • Second: Emma Miskew

  • Lead: Sarah Wilkes

  • Alternate: Rachelle Brown

Team Switzerland (CC Aarau, Aarau)

  • Fourth: Alina Pätz

  • Skip: Silvana Tirinzoni

  • Second: Selina Witschonke

  • Lead: Carole Howald

  • Alternate: Stefanie Berset

How to Watch World Women's Curling Championship Bronze and Gold Medal Game

The TSN coverage might be your best option for watching the 2024 BKT Tyres World Women's Curling Championship Bronze and Final matchups, which kick off soon.

We also suggest NextMirror to see the Bronze and Final matchups as it can be quite helpful. All of the curling action could be watched live on NextMirror from anywhere in the world, including Canada.

The cost of the NextMirror DayPass is $9.99, while the Tournament Pass is $19.99. Since using a VPN is not even necessary, there is no need for a membership.