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Winter Olympic Sports: Curling
Curling is a team sport played by two teams of four players on a rectangular sheet of ice. Its nickname, “The Roaring Game”, originates from the rumbling sound the 44-pound (19.96kg) granite stones make when they travel across the ice.

Curling - Wikipedia

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Curling is a sport in which players slide stones on a sheet of ice towards a target area which is segmented into four concentric circles. It is related to bowls, ...

USA Curling - Team USA

www.teamusa.org/USA-Curling

The latest news, events and results for USA Curling from the USOC official site.

Curling - Winter Olympic Sport

www.olympic.org/curling

Access official Olympic Curling sport and athlete records, events, results, photos, videos, news and more.

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Nov 10, 2012 ... Top 10 Curling Shots - Roar of the Rings by TSN This video is presented to you be CurlingCoach.net and it's team of International and ...

Curling Canada | The home of curling in Canada.

www.curling.ca/

Canada's national wheelchair curling team will be aiming not only for a world championship gold medal, but also to get some 2018 Paralympic Winter Games.

World Curling Federation - Home

www.worldcurling.org/

The official website of the World Curling Federation - the world governing body of the Olympic sport of curling and Paralympic sport of wheelchair curling.

World Curling Federation - History of Curling

www.worldcurling.org/history-of-curling

Curling has been described as the “Roarin' Game”, with the “roar” coming from the noise of a granite stone as it travels over the ice. The exact origins of the ...

Curling - Curling Basics - Curling explained / Curling erklärt ...

www.curlingbasics.com/

Curling terms and rules explained / Many graphics and animated examples / Curling Regeln und Begriffe erklärt mit vielen Grafiken und animierten Szenen.

curl

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A tool and a library (usable from many languages) for client-side URL transfers, supporting FTP, FTPS, HTTP, HTTPS, TELNET, DICT, FILE and LDAP.