Here is the scoreboard and draw schedule for the 2013 Ford World Men’s Curling Championship, March 30 to April 7 at Save-on-Foods Memorial Centre in Victoria.

Representing Canada is Brad Jacobs, who skipped the Northern Ontario rink to the Brier title on March 10.

Jacobs is looking to become the fourth different Canadian skip in as many years to win the men’s world championship.

Click here for standings.

Saturday, March 30 – 5 p.m. ET
Draw 1 CANADA def. China, 7-6
Sweden def. Finland, 7-6
Czech Republic def. Norway, 8-5
Switzerland def. Russia, 6-4
Saturday, March 30 – 10 p.m. ET
Draw 2 Scotland def. Japan, 7-5 (9)
China def. Czech Republic, 12-5 (9)
Sweden def. Russia, 6-5
United States def. Denmark, 8-3 (9)
Sunday, March 31 – Noon ET
Draw 3 Norway def. Switzerland, 8-7
CANADA def. Finland, 8-6
Sunday, March 31 – 5 p.m. ET
Draw 4 Czech Republic def. Russia, 7-6 (11)
Japan def. United States, 7-6
Scotland def. Denmark, 5-4 (11)
China def. Sweden, 5-4
Sunday, March 31 – 10 p.m. ET
Draw 5 Denmark def. Finland, 9-2 (7)
CANADA def. Scotland, 9-4 (9)
Switzerland def. United States, 8-4 (9)
Norway def. Japan, 8-6
Monday, April 1 – Noon ET
Draw 6 Sweden def. United States, 7-6 (11)
Denmark def. Russia, 8-5 (9)
China def. Japan, 7-5
Scotland def. Czech Republic, 7-3 (9)
Monday, April 1 – 5 p.m. ET
Draw 7 China def. Russia, 6-3 (9)
Norway def. Finland, 7-4
Sweden def. Czech Republic, 7-4
CANADA def. Switzerland, 7-2 (8)
Monday, April 1 – 10 p.m. ET
Draw 8 Denmark def. Norway, 7-5 (11)
CANADA def. United States, 7-2 (6)
Scotland def. Switzerland, 8-6
Finland def. Japan, 6-5
Tuesday, April 2 – Noon ET
Draw 9 Czech Republic def. CANADA, 6-4 (9)
Sweden def. Switzerland, 9-8
Russia def. Finland, 7-6
Norway def. China, 5-4
Tuesday, April 2 – 5 p.m. ET
Draw 10 Japan def. Sweden, 10-8 (11)
Scotland def. Russia, 6-4
United States def. China, 10-8
Denmark def. Czech Republic, 6-5
Tuesday, April 2 – 10 p.m. ET
Draw 11 Switzerland def. Finland, 7-5
Denmark def. Japan, 7-4
CANADA def. Norway, 10-7 (9)
United States def. Scotland, 8-6
Wednesday, April 3 – 11:30 a.m. ET
Draw 12 Scotland def. Norway, 8-4 (8)
United States def. Finland, 7-6
Switzerland def. Denmark, 7-4
Japan def. CANADA, 10-8 (11)
Wednesday, April 3 – 4:30 p.m. ET
Draw 13 CANADA def. Russia, 8-5
China def. Switzerland, 5-4 (11)
Czech Republic def. Finland, 9-6
Norway def. Sweden, 6-5 (11)
Wednesday, April 3 – 10 p.m. ET
Draw 14 Czech Republic def. United States, 9-8
Scotland def. Sweden, 8-7
Russia def. Japan, 6-5
Denmark def. China, 7-6 (11)
Thursday, April 4 – Noon ET
Draw 15 Sweden def. Denmark, 7-6
Czech Republic def. Japan, 10-5 (9)
Scotland def. China, 7-4 (9)
Russia def. United States, 6-5
Thursday, April 4 – 5 p.m. ET
Draw 16 Switzerland def. Japan, 8-5
Denmark def. CANADA, 7-3
United States def. Norway, 9-7
Finland def. Scotland, 10-9
Thursday, April 4 – 10 p.m. ET
Draw 17 China def. Finland, 8-5
Norway def. Russia, 11-3
Sweden def. CANADA, 11-7
Switzerland def. Czech Republic, 6-3
Friday, April 5 – 10 p.m. ET
Page playoff Sweden def. Scotland, 6-5
Saturday, April 6 – 2 p.m. ET
Page playoff CANADA def. Denmark, 8-6
Saturday, April 6 – 7 p.m. ET
Semifinal CANADA def. Scotland, 6-3 (9)
Sunday, April 7 – 2 p.m. ET
Bronze game Scotland def. Denmark, 7-6
Sunday, April 7 – 7 p.m. ET
Final Sweden def. CANADA, 8-6