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Japan defeated Germany 7-4 to pick up its third win on the third day of the Men’s World Curling Championships but lost 8-5 to Sweden on Monday.

In the 12-team round-robin competition, world No. 9 Japan, with three wins against two losses, sits in a four-way tie for fourth place with China, Italy and Norway. Canada remains on top of the standings unbeaten in five games, followed by Switzerland and Sweden at 4-1.

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