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         Curling:     more books (100)
  1. Curling For Dummies by Bob Weeks, 2006-10-02
  2. Holy Sex!: A Catholic Guide to Toe-Curling, Mind-Blowing, Infallible Loving by Gregory K. Popcak PhD, 2008-04-01
  3. Between the Sheets: Creating Curling Champions by Guy H. Scholz; Cheryl L. Bernard, 2005-11-09
  4. Curling, Coiling, and Quilling, (Little Craft Book Series) by Inge Haslein and Rita Frischmann, 1973
  5. Ice Hockey and Curling (Winter Olympic Sports) by Robin Johnson, 2009-08
  6. Smart Curling: Perfect Your Game through Mental Training by Vera Pezer, 2007-11-14
  7. The Roaring Game: A Sweeping Saga of Curling by Doug Clark, 2008-12-23
  8. Curling, Etcetera: A Whole Bunch of Stuff About the Roaring Game by Bob Weeks, 2008-10-14
  9. Mid-Afternoon: The Overhyped, Ultra-Sexy, Chilling, Frightening, Blood-Curling Tale Regarding the Latter Day Vampires by JL Bryan, 2010-08-25
  10. Curling Handbook for Curlers, Teachers, and Coaches by Roy D. Thiessen, 1977-06
  11. Tales of a Curling Hack by Doug Maxwell, 2006-10-15
  12. Loose Women Girls' Night in: Heartfelt Advice, Inspired Innuendo and Toe-curling Confessions by Loose Women, 2009-08-20
  13. Curling, Coiling and Quilling by Inge; Frischmann, Rita Haslein, 1973
  14. Curling Book: With Tips for Beginners and Experts by Ed Lukowich, 1981-12

1. Canadian Curling Association
Providing information about the sport, as well as provincial information, curling links, and contact information.

2. Curling - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
curling is a sport in which players slide stones across a sheet of ice towards a target area. It is related to bowls, boule and shuffleboard. Two teams, each of four players
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This article is about the sport. For other uses, see Curling (disambiguation) Curling Highest governing body World Curling Federation Nickname(s) Chess On Ice, The Roaring Game First played Approximately late medieval Scotland Characteristics Team members 4 per team (2 in Mixed Doubles Venue Curling sheet Olympic Purpose-built curling pond at Colzium, Kilsyth, Scotland A curling match at Eglinton Castle, Ayrshire, Scotland in 1860. The Curling House is located to the left of the picture. Group of people curling on a lake in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia , Canada, ca. 1897 Men curling in Ontario, Canada in 1909 A Curling House near Stewarton in Ayrshire, Scotland, now converted into a dwelling Curling is a sport in which players slide stones across a sheet of ice towards a target area. It is related to bowls boule and shuffleboard Two teams, each of four players, take turns sliding heavy, polished granite stones across the ice curling sheet towards the house , a circular target marked on the ice.

3. Curling (sport) Definition Of Curling (sport) In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
curling, winter sport, similar in principle to bowls bowls, ancient sport (the bocce of Caesar's Rome is still played by Italians), especially popular in Great Britain and (sport)

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L'associazione si propone di promuovere
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5. Curling Basics
Anhand von FlashAnimationen werden curling - Begriffe und Regeln erklrt. Animated examples of curling terms and rules

6. Curling
curling Two independent analysts discuss all aspects of curling from technique to strategy to organization to media to finances
Two independent analysts discuss all aspects of curling ...
from technique to strategy to organization to media to finances
Monday, April 12, 2010
Success at the 2010 Men's Worlds
Congratulations to Kevin Koe of Canada for winning the gold at the 2010 Men's World Curling Championship. The victories of their team, especially in the play-offs, showed a dominating ability that was impressive.
Almost as impressive was the performance of the Norwegian team, who led after the round robin. This team was clearly the other top team of the tournament.
And now, all modesty aside, congratulations to me for my marvelous rebound after completely missing on my predictions at the women's worlds.
  • For the men's worlds, I predicted Koe to win. I had little confidence in the prediction , and this view was apparently correct, given that the team from Canada lost two games in the round robin, finishing second overall, only to dominate Norway during the playoffs. I also predicted Norway to be at or near the top, as indeed they were. The pants didn't seem to distract them, nor did the sudden departure of their regular skip, Thomas Ulsrud. Their performance was impressive. And, just to round out the trifecta, I mentioned the Scottish team third, which is where they finished. They looked good at times, but quite frankly they didn't seem to be in the same league with Norway and Canada.

7. Curling Accessories - The EXTENDER
This new curling accessory will extend your curling for years.
Curling Accessories - The EXTENDER Curling Stick THE EXCLUSIVE CURLING AID
by curlers who use them
Thomas (Rusty) Drew demonstrates this new curling accessory. The EXTENDER "curling stick" is designed to help extend your Curling life. APPROVED BY THE WORLD CURLING FEDERATION
Designed with you in mind older or injured players suffering from:
  • knee, back or hip problems arthritis vision problems
Elevate Your Game:
  • greater accuracy higher scores clearer vision
The EXTENDER consists of a plastic device which fits on the handle of the curling stone allowing the curler to remain upright while still performing a better controlled delivery and release. WATCH THE EXTENDER IN ACTION
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to see our online videos THE PERFORMANCE BROOM
"The EXTENDER is now in the best of Company."
The Famous "PERFORMANCE BROOM" and The EXTENDER can be yours in one complete package - price upon request. click on image for a close-up view THE EXTENDER SCOPE It is a light weight metal handle extending from 35" to 56", including the EXTENDER head. In total it weighs only one (1) pound including the head. The EXTENDER SCOPE can be personalized with your name.

8. Curling Rocks - United States Curling Association (USCA)
Newsletter. Signup to receive the latest updates for all things USCA
Curling Rocks - United States Curling Association ( USCA
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November 1st, 2010

9. Curling | U.S. Paralympic Team
Wheelchair curling made its debut at the 2006 Paralympic Winter Games in Torino as a medal event after its success at the World Championships in January 2002 in Scotland.

10. Saskatchewan Curling Centre :
The Official website for curling in Saskatchewan. Provides news, and event listings.

11. Curling's Premiere Directory
This Canadian Premiere curling website details curling clubs, curling links and championships of this winter ice curling sport

12. Curling
curling is the most characteristic of Scottish sports, and in one form or other has been practised in that country for more than four centuries back.

13. Homepage
Complete information about curling in Northern Ontario.
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Association Executive
Provincial Playdowns
2003-2004 Season
... Mixed PROVINCIAL PLAYDOWNS Seniors Juniors Tankard Scott Mixed PROVINCIAL WINNERS
Mixed for 2004
Tim Phillips

Junior Men's
Jamie Morphet

Junior Women's
Shana Ketonen

Senior Men's
Rick Lang
Senior Women's Maymar Gemmell Labatt Tankard Robbie Gordon Provincial Scotts Sherrie Middaugh Mixed for 2005 Joe Scharf ASSOCIATIONS IN NORTHERN ONTARIO INFORMATION For Additional Information or Comments, Contact Joe Gubbels

14. World Curling Federation - Home
Welcome to the official website of the World curling Federation

15. Curling - Definition Of Curling At
a game played on ice by two teams of four players each, in which a heavy, thick disk of stone or iron (curling stone) is slid toward a target circle at the other end of the rink

16. My Curling .com - All The Information On Curling You Need!
A searchable guide to curling. Includes news, links, and association information.

17. Martin Closing In On Goal Of 18 Curling Grand Slam Titles
WINDSOR, Ont. — Kevin Martin the Old Bear of Canadian curling shares a similar nickname with golf’s Golden Bear Jack Nicklaus, but he hopes to have more in common than that closing goal curling Grand Slam titles/3

18. United States Curling Association - USA CURLING HOME
Every 10 years a group of American curlers hops the pond to Scotland to curl and make new friends on the Scots Tour. More information; Application
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Videos available to download for small fee USA Curling is now offering video downloads from past championship events for a small fee. We are slowly going to build up this library and have more offerings. Currently available for purchase are: Apply to be a part of the 2012 Scots Tour Every 10 years a group of American curlers hops the pond to Scotland to curl and make new friends on the Scots Tour. Download a free resource book; win tickets to the Continental Cup

19. Curling - 2010 Vancouver Olympics - The New York Times
Olympics Pictures of the Day Thursday, Feb. 25. As the games enter their final days, there was plenty of drama on the snow and ice in Vancouver.
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Slide Show Olympics Pictures of the Day: Thursday, Feb. 25 As the games enter their final days, there was plenty of drama on the snow and ice in Vancouver. Curling Venues
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Curling moves at a genteel pace, as two teams of four players take turns sliding a 44-pound stone along a 146-foot-long sheet of ice. The goal is to score points by guiding the stone closer to the center of a ring of four concentric circles — the house — than the opponent. Each player grips the stone by a plastic handle and, while kneeling and sliding on the ice, sends the granite projectile on its way. Two other players, brooms in hand, sweep the ice like human Zambonis, polishing it to make the naturally curling stone move farther and straighter toward the house. Curlers may bump away their opponents’ stones.

20. Norges Curlingforbund
Nyheter, fakta om curling, terminlister, resultatservice og diskusjonsforum.

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