Action continued today at the WCF World Qualification Event in Lohja ©WCF/Cheyenne Boone

Poland and Russia share first place in the men's team standings after day two of the World Curling Federation World Qualification Event in Lohja.

Both sides picked up victories today to make it two wins out of two at the Kisakallio Sports Institute.

The Poles beat hosts Finland 8-7, while the Russians defeated Czech Republic 11-4.

Czech Republic and Finland are now joint third with China and Japan, both of whom got off the mark today after suffering opening-day losses.

China overcame Mexico 11-3 and Japan triumphed 8-2 at the expense of England. 

In the women's event, Norway and South Korea remain the only undefeated teams after each registered two victories today.

Turkey are tied for third place in the women's event ©WCF/Céline Stucki
Turkey are tied for third place in the women's event ©WCF/Céline Stucki

Norway beat Estonia 9-6 before defeating Australia 11-2, while South Korea overcame Turkey 7-6 prior to downing Italy 9-5.

Italy and Turkey are tied for third place after three sessions of round-robin play, with two wins and one loss.

The Italians preceded their loss against South Korea by beating Australia 7-5, while Turkey bounced back from their defeat at the hands of the same opponent by overcoming Mexico 10-2.

Hosts Finland experienced mixed fortunes today, beating Mexico 11-1 before losing 9-5 to Estonia.

Two women's and two men's teams will earn a spot at their respective World Championships in Lohja.

Prince George in Canada is set to host the World Women's Curling Championship from March 14 to 22, while the World Men's Curling Championship will be held in the Scottish city of Glasgow from March 28 to April 5.