Kelly Wood, Eve Muirhead, Lorna Vevers and Karen Addison, team GB, won the Radisson SAS Oslo Cup, a World Curling Tour Europe event, beating Sweden's Annette Norberg 5-4 in a close final. The teams were tied at four all after seven ends but Wood had the last stone advantage in the final end, scoring one shot for the title.
In the semi final the Wood team beat Claire Milne. Gail Munro's team made it to the quarters to lose out to Milne.
In the men's event the GB team skipped by Warwick Smith got to the semi finals but lost out to Norway's Thomas Ulsrud. Peter Loudon lost a tie break to Pal Trulsen.
In a short final Ulsrud beat reigning World Champion Kevin Martin 8-2 in just five ends to win the event.
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