Cup of tea?
When Britain faces a crisis it reaches for the kettle -- put the tea on.
Canada leads 6-2 at the halfway mark and its fair to say that it couldn't have gone much worse for the Brits against the defending champion.
Difficult to see Canada losing it from here....but you never know.
Now, who wants to make me a cup of tea?
The Dutch are at it again – this time in the Ladies’ team pursuit quarterfinal.
The trio of Jorien Ter Mors, Lotte van Beek and Ireen Wust sets a new Olympic record of 2:58.61 seconds.
Nobody else managed to break the three minute barrier.
Another speed skating gold for the Netherlands?
Right, this curling lark has made me extremely hungry so I'm going to leave you with a man who knows a few things about brooms -- not Harry Potter but our own blog wizard, Tom McGowan.
Looks like Britain's curlers could do with a bit of Hogwarts magic at the moment though, eh?
Women's slalom update:
Still no change at the women’s slalom with USA star Mikaela Shiffrin topping the charts.
The 18-year-old posted the fastest time of 52.62 to lead from Maria Hoefl-Riesch and Tina Maze.
Maze is hoping to win her third gold of the Games but Shiffrin remains the one to beat.
British skip Dave Murdoch halves the deficit as Britain get on the scoreboard.
Canada leads 2-1 going into the third end.
Think that end will be remembered more for Michael Goodfellow's shirt violation more than anything else....
Shirt violation...in Curling...whatever next?
We have a half naked man at the Curling....and it's Britain's Michael Goodfellow.
Goodfellow was wearing a shirt without his name on the back and so strips off before finding a replacement.
A shirt violation? That was not what we expected to see....
Did you know?
Canada has won the past two men's curling titles at the Olympics and defeated Great Britain 7-5 in the round robin competition at Sochi.
SLIDE THOSE STONES
It's not just in Britain that the curling has taken over -- they're all ready in Canada too.
Canada's women won gold yesterday and this men's side is hoping to extend it's country's success to a third successive Olympic title.
No wonder Canadian curling fans are confident