Players of Loco Solare, a representative of Japan who will participate in the women's curling world championship that will start in Sweden on the 18th of this month, held a press conference, and skip player Satsuki Fujisawa said, "It's a difficult tournament because there are a lot of matches and it's physically difficult. I want to play by switching between on and off," he said enthusiastically.

Loco Solare, who won the silver medal at the Beijing Olympics last year and won the Japan Championship this year, will participate in the women's curling world championship for the first time in seven years as a representative of Japan.

Prior to the tournament, the players held an online press conference, and Skip Fujisawa said, "There are a lot of games and it is physically difficult, but on and off, based on the hard schedule of 12 qualifying league games in 7 days. It will be important to switch.

In addition, 3rd player Chinami Yoshida said, "I will try to challenge each game with a new mindset, without letting bad plays and games drag on."

The women's curling world championship will be held in Sweden from the 18th to the 26th. In the qualifying league, 13 teams will compete in a round robin, and the top 6 teams will advance to the playoffs.