Jean-Michel Ménard and his Quebec rink win the world gold medal in mixed curling

Canada won gold at the World Mixed Curling Championship.

Jean-Michel Ménard of Gatineau, Que., led the Canadiens to a 7-4 victory over host Scotland at Curl Aberdeen on Saturday.

The win for Ménard and teammates Marie-France Larouche, Ian Belleau and Annie Lemay came hours after beating Switzerland 9-4 in the semifinals.

The Scots beat Sweden 6-5 in the semi-finals to clinch their place in the final.

Switzerland clinched bronze with a 6-4 win over Sweden.

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