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Telephone interview: China lost to Sweden in curling semis

2010-02-26 12:32 BJT

Special Report: 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympic Games |

1. The freestyle skiing men's aerial final in ongoing China's defending champion Han Xiaopeng did not qualify, but teenager Jia Zongyang did. He led qualification with 242.53 points. Where do you rate his chances in the event?

2. In women's curling, the world champions China were beaten by Sweden 9-4 in the semi-final - They now play Switzerland for the Bronze. What happened to the ladies and surely they'll get a result against the Swiss?

3. There's just three days left of competition. After all the money has been spent on the games, what changes have you seen in Vancouver from the last time you were there, has it helped the local economy, are people happy?

China's skip Wang Bingyu delivers the stone during their women's semifinal curling game against Sweden at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics February 25, 2010. REUTERS/Lyle Stafford
China's skip Wang Bingyu delivers the stone during their women's semifinal curling 
game against Sweden at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics February 25, 2010.
REUTERS/Lyle Stafford