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South Korea snapped Japan’s four-game win streak in the women’s curling round robin Monday at the Beijing Winter Games, beating skip Satsuki Fujisawa and team Loco Solare 10-5 in a rematch of their 2018 Olympic semifinal.

Japan dropped to 4-2, having emphatically beaten host China 10-2 earlier in the day. With its skip throwing close to 100% for the game, South Korea sealed a well-earned win over the 2018 bronze medalist and improved to 3-3 for the round robin.

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