Curling

Justin Piercy - Thursday Feb. 13, 2014 02:54 ET

Jennifer Jones, Canada drop Denmark to remain unbeaten

Winnipeg rink now 4-0 in Olympic women's curling

Jennifer Jones defeats Denmark
Canada's skip Jennifer Jones watches her shot during their women's curling round robin game against Denmark at the 2014 Sochi Olympics in the Ice Cube Curling Center on Wednesday. (Ints Kalnins/Reuters)
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Jennifer Jones is skipping the last undefeated team in the women’s Olympic curling tournament.

Jones and her Winnipeg rink downed Denmark’s Lene Nielson by a score of 8-5 on Thursday to improve to 4-0, dropping the Danes to 0-4.

Canada's second, Jill Officer, said she and her teammates are taking a game-by-game approach.

"I think we are just trying to stay focused on the process," Officer said. "We are just going out there each game and trying to be better and be a little bit sharper."

Mirjam Ott of Switzerland was 3-0 through her team’s first games of the tourney before falling 9-8 to Sweden’s Margaraetha Sigfridsson on Thursday.

Ott will have a chance to draw even with the Canadians when the two teams meet today at 10 a.m. ET.

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