Daybreak Kamloops | Mar 8, 2013 | 7:03

Team Canada does Kamloops proud

The World Junior Curling Championships did not go as they had hoped..... It's all over for the Corynn Brown rink from Kamloops. They finished strong -- and came away with a 3-6 record.. ... but did not qualify for the playoffs. The ladies are still in Russia, cheering on the men's team from Manitoba. On the line now from Sochi, Russia are team lead Sydney Fraser and second Sam Fisher.

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