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World Curling Championships

Scotland has the last word

Beating Canada results in gold

Scotland skip David Murdoch embraces Ewan MacDonald after they captured their country’s first world title since 1999.
Scotland skip David Murdoch embraces Ewan MacDonald after they captured their country’s first world title since 1999. (AP Photo) AP Photo
By Tony Chamberlain
Globe Staff / April 10, 2006

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LOWELL -- They'll be dancing in the streets of Glasgow tonight. Scotland, the country that invented curling, finally beat archrival Canada, 7-4, yesterday at Tsongas Arena to win the world championship for just the fourth time in 47 years. (Full article: 572 words)

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