Great Britain’s women’s curling team bounced back from an earlier disappointment to edge past China in the evening session.
Skip Eve Muirhead admitted mistakes had cost her side dear in a 7-4 loss to the United States, but she held her nerve to return with an 8-7 victory in an extra end to move second in round-robin standings.
GB’s women had earlier lost to the US in their second match as Muirhead’s rink, ranked three places higher than the US, failed to chase a 5-4 deficit.
In the afternoon session, Kyle Smith’s GB men’s team beat Japan 6-5 to also move to two wins and one loss from their first three games.
With the scores level at 5-5, Kyle Smith sealed victory for the men with the final stone.
The top four countries qualify for the semi-finals and Team GB sit third in the 10-team group, with six round-robin matches left to play.
They beat Switzerland before losing to defending champions Canada on Wednesday.