1988 Hexagon World Men's Curling Championship

1988 Hexagon World Men's Curling Championship

The 1988 World Men's Curling Championship took place at the Icehalle in Lausanne, Switzerland from April 11-17. The gold medal was won by Team Norway, who also won the Curling competition in the 1988 Olympics in Calgary, Canada. Canada took the silver medal, and Scotland the bronze.

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