Scotland women win the European Curling Championship
Scotland women gained revenge on Sweden for last year's final defeat by beating their opponents 8-2 to win the European Curling Championship in Moscow.
The Swedes had won all 10 of their matches in the tournament heading into the final but could not match the challenge by Eve Muirhead's rink.
The Scots scored singled shots in the each of the first two ends and from then on were never behind.
Russia beat Denmark 13-7 to take the bronze medal.
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