LIVERPOOL, N.S. — Canada's Tyler Tardi is one win away from repeating as junior world curling champion.
Tardi and his B.C. rink downed Norway 7-5 on Friday in the semifinals at the world junior curling championship.
He will face Switzerland looking to win the tournament for the second year in a row.
Meanwhile, Selena Sturmay's Edmonton-based rink will also go for gold after downing Switzerland 8-2 in the women's semifinals.
Sturmay will play Russia for gold.
Both finals go Saturday.
The Canadian Press