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sportThe Sport of Curling Finds a New Popularity in Brooklyn
It might have been preordained. In the borough of knitting, flea markets and bocce, when gleaming new ice rinks opened last year, one knew that curling couldn’t be far behind. The sport, involving ice, brooms and rocks, was born in medieval Scotland and …
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Why Curlers Sweep The Ice
Curling is one of the more unusual sports of the Winter Olympic, often drawing comparisons to shuffleboard, but played on ice. A roughly 42-pound curling rock, or stone, is pushed then slides down a sheet of ice, while two players furiously sweep the …
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Wacky Uniforms Heat Up Olympics Curling Competition
The sport of curling has never seen anything like it. Olympic curlers hit the ice today for their first day of competition in Sochi, and the jury’s out on who will take the prize for wackiest uniforms. Bucking curling’s traditional black pants, Norway’s …
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