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From left, skip Amber Holland, third Kim Schneider, second Tammy Schneider and lead Heather Kalenchuk are Canada's representatives for the world championships after the Saskatchewan rink won the Tournament of Hearts last month. ((Frank Gunn/Canadian Press))

FullĀ standings for the Capital One World Women's Curling Championship in Esbjerg, Demark, March 18-27.

Standings (After Draw 17 of 17) x-clinched playoffs, t-tiebreaker
Team W L
x-Sweden (Norberg) 9 2
x-China (Wang) 8 3
x-Denmark (Nielsen) 7 4
t-Canada (Holland) 7 4
t-Switzerland (Ott) 7 4
Russia (Privivkova) 6 5
U.S. (Lank) 6 5
Germany (Schopp) 5 6
Scotland (Sloan) 4 7
Norway (Githmark) 3 8
South Korea (Kim) 2 9
Czech Republic (Kubekova) 2 9