A real clean sweep comes to an end in Lowell this weekend at the close of the men's World Curling Championship. Twelve teams have been competing in the round-robin event this week at the Tsongas Arena, for a spot in the final Sunday.
The field is down to four: Scotland, Canada, the U.S. and Finland. The playoff rounds start today.
The sport has come in from the cold and grown in popularity since the Winter Olympics.
This program aired on April 7, 2006. The audio for this program is not available.