The World Financial Group Continental Cup is staying in North America after the most dramatic finish in the event history.
The four-day battle between Team World and Team North America came down to one final draw to the button competition after the two sides finished tied at 30-30 in overall points at the end of the tournament.
The World Financial Group Continental Cup is said to be the curling’s version of Ryder’s Cup. Best curlers from around the globe were in London for the five days event which was held outside western Canada for the very first time. The curlers were divided into Team North America and Team World and went through various structures before the finale, Sunday night.