Canada’s Brad Gushue falls 9-3 in men’s world curling final to Scotland

Canada jumps over Brad Gushue to watch his shot and Scotland’s leader Hammy McMillan looks on during the second game of the gold medal match at the Men’s World Curling Championships in Ottawa, Sunday, April 9, 2023.Canadian Press/Sean Kilpatrick

Canada’s Brad Gushue loses 9-3 to Scotland in men’s world curling final

Loss gives Gushu his third silver medal

Canada’s Brad Gushu won another silver medal at the World Men’s Curling Championships.

His team lost 9-3 to Scotland’s Bruce Mouat in today’s final at TD Place in Ottawa.

Switzerland’s Yannick Schwaller had earlier beaten Italy’s Joel Leitonazzi 11-3 for bronze.

Gushue, of St. Johann, Netherlands, won the world title in 2017 but reached the final for the third time after finishing runners-up last year and 2018.

Mouat claimed his first men’s world title. He won bronze in 2018 and silver two years ago.

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