Scotland have won the World Men’s Curling Championships with a final victory over Canada in Ottawa on Sunday night.
A 9-3 win over the hosts was enough to clinch the first world title in 14 years at the TD Place Arena.
Scotland were 6-1 up at the halfway stage of what was a comfortable victory.
Bruce Mouat captained the four-man team of Hardie, Lammie and McMillan to the crown and their first world title since 2009.
Speaking after adding the world title to their European gold and Olympic silver, the captain told the BBC: “I didn’t expect the final to go that way, but I’m so proud of everyone who has been part of our team.
“I think that [making the steal in the third to go 4-0 up] made me more nervous. You’re in a game like that and have to defend that lead. It made things more anxious for me, but I managed to keep cool, I think.”
Switzerland clinched bronze by beating Italy 11-3.
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