Canada’s Kevin Koe will have to settle for a chance at winning a bronze medal in men’s curling at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.
The Calgary skip fell 5-3 to John Shuster of the United States in Thursday’s semifinal.
Shuster broke the game open with a steal of two in the eighth end.
“We were in control the whole game until then,” Koe said.
“We weren’t really in trouble that end at all. That’s kind of what’s frustrating. I think we got fooled a little. The ice started coming down a little. (The shot) was probably a little light as well. You know, what can you say?”
The Americans will now take on Nikla…
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