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  1. Curling is a sport played on ice.
  2. Curling is a precision sport similar to bowls or bocce, but played on ice with polished heavy stones rather than plastic balls. (Web site)
  3. Curling is a team sport with similarities to bowls and bocce, played on a rectangular sheet of carefully prepared ice by two teams of four players each.
  4. Curling is a sport.
  5. Curling is a fun, social, winter activity. (Web site)

Curling Brooms

  1. Another piece of equipment is the curling broom.
  2. Olson Curling Supplies Supplies sports clothing, curling brooms and shoes.
  3. HackShop at InTheHack: Shop for curling brooms, curling shoes, curling books and clothing at InTheHack. (Web site)

Curling Supplies

  1. Curling equipment and the art of ice making.
  2. In curling rinks around the world, leagues have their own competitions. (Web site)
  3. The MCA offers affiliation to any curling facility that is active within the Province of Manitoba.
  4. You are invited to submit your picture too. Aksarben Curling Association Alpine Curling Supply - Provides equipment for the sport of curling. (Web site)
  5. Alpine Curling Supply - in Monroe, WI provides equipment for the sport of curling. (Web site)


  1. Graphical depiction of a curling rink.


  1. We are a small curling club based in Desboro, Ontario, Canada.
  2. The schedule for the 2006-07 season on the Northern Ontario Curling Tour is now penciled in.


  1. John Michael's Collection: Retails pewter and gold jewelry and pins with a curling theme.
  2. John Michael's Collection of Curling Pins and Jewellery - Order your curling pins and jewellery by mail at up to 35% off. (Web site)
  3. Ailsa Craig Jewellery and Curling Collectables, a collection of beautifully crafted jewellery that celebrates the world renowned Ailsa Craig.


  1. Curling has been adapted for wheelchair users and people otherwise unable to throw the rock from the hack. (Web site)
  2. The pebble helps rocks slide faster, and the curling action of rocks changes during a game as the pebble evens out from wear.

Curling Club

  1. The Thistle Curling Club has over 1000 curlers in 14 leagues.
  2. Find out more about your club, 2006-2007 leagues, upcoming events, and more in Issue 1 of the Guelph Curling Club montly newsletter.
  3. Ottawa Curling Club Contains information on leagues, fees, bonspiels, rentals, playdowns and statistics. (Web site)
  4. A public forum, run from the Scottish Borders by Eddleston Curling Club, for use by curlers to discuss any curling related topics. (Web site)
  5. Although a curling club can be a group of people in one area that may curl on public property, or in a non curling clubhouse. (Web site)


  1. The unique feature of curling is that a player's teammates use brooms to sweep the ice ahead of the stone, allowing it to go farther. (Web site)
  2. The curling rock or stone is made out of granite. (Web site)
  3. Strategy in an end of curling depends on the circumstances.
  4. One of the interesting strategy aspects of curling is knowing when to sweep.
  5. The curling broom is used by the sweepers to sweep the ice surface in front of the rock.

Curling Association

  1. The affairs of the Manitoba Curling Association are conducted by a regional board of directors.
  2. He will remain Secretary-General of the Swedish Curling Association, a post he's been at since 1982.
  3. Clubs Canada - A listing of Curling Clubs and contact information in Yukon communities.
  4. This is a typical curling score-board used at clubs, which is vastly different from the ones used on television. (Web site)
  5. Olson Curling Supplies: Supplies sports clothing, curling brooms and shoes. (Web site)

World Curling

  1. This place is dedicated to the world of curling.
  2. I like watching the world curling championships.


  1. The earliest-known curling stones came from the Scottish regions of Stirling and Perth and date back to 1511.
  2. Up to date Curling results, news, rumors and a lot of Curling links.
  3. The CCA is associated with more than a dozen provincial and territorial curling associations across the country.
  4. The Canadian Curling Website offering the links and a curling directory services. (Web site)
  5. The other form of scoreboard is the one used in most curling clubs (see photo). (Web site)


  1. List of Curling Web Links can be found here.
  2. Soudog's Curling History - History of the sport, curlers, olympic curling, and links. (Web site)
  3. The Canadian Curling Website offering the links and a curling directory services.
  4. This is the first-time Larway has been named USA Curling-s Athlete of the Year.
  5. John Murphy's Home Page Information and links related to the sport of curling.


  1. In Alberta, the first curling club was formed in Lethbridge in 1887.
  2. But don't expect Alberta legend Randy Ferbey to pose nude for any men's curling calendar. (Web site)
  3. Curling in Southern Alberta, from the grassroots to the highest level of competitive play, should be fun and vibrant.

Saskatchewan Curling

  1. The Saskatchewan Curling Association is committed to providing high performance opportunities to our teams.
  2. Includes news, links, and association information. Saskatchewan Curling Centre - The Official website for curling in Saskatechewan.

Winter Sports

  1. Includes also curling bases for beginners to winter sports. Our sports curling.
  2. Seefeld is also known for its other winter sports, including curling and outdoor skating. (Web site)
  3. In Canada, as far as winter sports go, curling is as popular as ice hockey. (Web site)


  1. No, not cubes! Ice is a colloquial term for a sheet of ice used for hockey, curling or figure skating.
  2. In this respect, skating has a great advantage over its rival, the "roaring game" of curling.


  1. A more form of scoreboard is the of these utilized inside virtually all curling clubs. (Web site)
  2. Canadian curling news, photos, scoreboards, and polls. (Web site)

Canadian Curling

  1. Slam! Curling - Canadian curling news, photos, scoreboards, and polls. (Web site)
  2. You can learn more about it at the Canadian Curling Association and SLAM! Curling.


  1. The Royal Caledonia Curling Club, founded in 1838, is the governing body of the sport. (Web site)
  2. The Canadian Curling Association is the sport's national governing body; great achievements are recognized by the Canadian Curling Hall of Fame.

Grand Slam

  1. WATERLOO --- Here in this part of Ontario, curling fans are in rapture.
  2. The Grand Slam of Curling boasts--many of the sport's biggest stars competing for large cash prizes. (Web site)
  3. Tickets are still available for the Home Hardware Masters grand slam of curling in Waterloo, Ontario starting this Wednesday.


  1. Provides equipment for the sport of curling. (Web site)
  2. Provides worldwide curling news, curling quiz, a database with a collection of countries, curlers, teams, clubs and tournament information. (Web site)


  1. It is the sport governing body for curling in Yukon.
  2. Curling for Fun - Rules, strategies, tips, and history. (Web site)
  3. CURLING!-Rules CURLING! The best sport ever. The Rules of Curling Curling The rules of curling are relatively simple. (Web site)


  1. World Curling Web Links and a discussion forum related to the sport.
  2. Pictures of the official Olympic curling stone are available on Kays' web site.
  3. International Curling Information Network Group Comprehensive web site covering all aspects of the game.
  4. Jim Easson's Pin Pages - These web pages cover pin orders, personal curling pins wanted, and pins for trade. (Web site)

Searchable Guide

  1. Manitoba Junior Curling A curling site dedicated to junior curling in Manitoba.
  2. Includes: rankings, and bonspiels. My Curling - A searchable guide to curling.
  3. A searchable guide to curling. Includes news, links, and association information.


  1. Outdoor curling was very popular in Scotland between the sixteenth and the nineteenth centuries as the climate provided good ice conditions every winter.
  2. Born in Scotland in the middle of the 1500s, curling was played on frozen ponds using stones found at the bottom of channels and lakes.

Large Number

  1. Click here for more curling links.
  2. A directory with indexed links to a large number of Curling sites. Updated regularly.
  3. - Curling news and current event information. iSportsDigest. com: Curling - A directory with indexed links to a large number of Curling sites.

United States

  1. Illinois Curling Association Represents the seven curling clubs in the State of Illinois, and is affiliated with the United States Curling Association.
  2. Rochester Curling Club is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 corporation.
  3. There are three curling clubs to choose from in Thunder Bay.
  4. Mainy have their own website The National Governing Body to most of these club is the United States Curling Associations.


  1. Free site to teach an easy way to learn curling. (Web site)
  2. Curling Self taught Learn the new millennium super accurate delivery.
  3. These goals are attained by developing a relationship with Broomstones, the largest local curling club.
  4. The Curling School Operated by CurlTech, Inc., utilizes a staff with a wide variety of skills applied to developing methods to teach curlers at all levels.


  1. Wheelchair curling is a relatively new sport.
  2. The first World Cup in Curling for wheelchair players was held in January 2000 in Crans-Montana, Switzerland.
  3. In the Fall of 1998 the first curling trainings were offered for wheelchair participants together with the Swiss Curling Association.


  1. The sport of curling is the latest Winter Olympic craze.
  2. In 1936 and 1946, German curling (Eisschiessen) was also a demonstration sport at the Olympic Winter Games. (Web site)
  3. Team Barcome A site devoted to Team Barcome, a curling team with hopes of gold at the 2002 Winter Olympics.


  1. The game curling is played on an ice rink. (Web site)
  2. Curling is often described as chess on ice. (Web site)
  3. Curling is played between 2 teams of quaternity hair curler. (Web site)
  4. A curling game that can be played locally or over the Internet. (Web site)
  5. Curling should be taken out of the Olympics, or at least it should not be televised.


  1. Curling is played between two teams of four curlers.
  2. Teams alternate turns at sliding heavy, polishe Curling View information from the Encyclopedia about this topic.


  1. Such as: friendly games at other regional curling rinks, the meltdown and Kaiser bonspiels, and an annual summertime party. (Web site)
  2. Websites Curling (by Thomas Vogelsang) Offers overview of the sport, along with links to organisations, clubs, championships and tournaments, and bonspiels.


  1. Atlantic Cash Spiel Circuit The best place for news and information about curling in Atlantic Canada.
  2. Curling is Canada-s game.
  3. Complete information about curling in Northern Ontario.
  4. Mixed curling league in the Winnipeg, Canada area.
  5. News and information about curling in Atlantic Canada.


  1. Curling is most popular in the prairie provinces with the most competitive teams in recent years coming from the province of Alberta. (Web site)
  2. Renfrewshire Province Curling This is the home site for the 39 member curling clubs , members of the R.C.C.C.Renfrewshire 12th Province.
  3. The goal of the Alberta Curling Federation is to promote curling in Alberta and the help the clubs promote themselves well.
  4. Curling Associations are organizations that have clubs as its members. (Web site)
  5. However there are many young teams who turn heads, and junior curling is quite popular, with national finals being televised nation-wide in Canada.

Sport Curling

  1. Scotland's national winter sport is curling.
  2. Curling has been an Olympic sport sense 1924.
  3. The sport of curling is the latest Winter Olympic craze.

Playing Area

  1. Playing surface The playing area in curling is shown here.
  2. The playing area, or "rink," for curling is 46 yards long and 14 feet wide. (Web site)


  1. Canadian teams have dominated the event, which is now conducted by the International Curling Federation (ICF), founded in 1966 and based in Edinburgh. (Web site)
  2. The first world curling championship in the sport was limited to men and was known as the " Scotch Cup " held in Falkirk and Edinburgh, Scotland, 1959.

Curling Federation

  1. The World Curling Federation (WCF) is the world governing body for curling accreditation. (Web site)
  2. Since then more than 30 nations belong to the International Curling Federation. (Web site)
  3. This category in other languages: Danish (6) Japanese (10) World Curling Federation - The governing body for curling associations. (Web site)


  1. Description: A curling site dedicated to junior curling in Manitoba. (Web site)
  2. OCT is the premiere information site, dedicated to Competitive Curling in Ontario.


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