China and Sweden remain unbeaten after the third day of round-robin competition at the World Wheelchair Curling Championship in Wetzikon in Switzerland.
Both teams won their two games today to move onto a record of five wins and no losses at Curling Club Wetzikon.
China, the defending champions, claimed an extra-end 6-4 victory over South Korea before beating Russia by the same scoreline.
Sweden also registered an extra-end win over South Korea, 5-4, and then went onto overcome Latvia 10-4.
Tied for third place are Canada and Norway on four wins and one loss.
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Canada beat hosts Switzerland 6-4 and Scotland 10-2, while Norway bounced back from a 5-3 loss against Switzerland to defeat the Czech Republic 6-5.
Latvia and Russia are joint fifth with three wins and two losses, with the former having preceded their defeat to Sweden by beating Slovakia 10-5 and the latter having followed up their defeat to China by overcoming Slovakia 6-4.
Today's two other matches saw Estonia lose 11-6 to Scotland and edge the Czech Republic 8-7.
Three more sessions of round-robin matches are due to take place tomorrow.
Twelve games are scheduled across four sheets.