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Come & Try Wheelchair Curling  ·  pdf/39kB The hour-long ‘come and try it’ curling sessions, running on Monday evenings from April to October are designed to introduce new people to the sport.
Students find this course cool  ·  pdf/201kB From the Hume Leader - 21 JUN 2011 - Students at Roxburgh College are enjoying the only school sponsored Curling program in Victoria.
Bronze at the Pacific Championships  ·  pdf/99kB The Australian men’s curling team of Hugh Millikin, Ian Palangio, Matthew Panoussi and Vaughan Rosier, have won the Bronze medal at the Pacific Curling Championships in Uiseong, South Korea.
Victorian Curlers off to the Pacific Championships  ·  pdf/13kB Two Victorian Curlers are off to the Pacific Curling Championships in Uiseong, South Korea from November 16 - 23.
Victoria Takes Second  ·  pdf/11kB Victoria has taken second place in the Australian Men’s Curling championships.
Curling, a cool sport that rocks  ·  pdf/20kB PICTURE lawn bowls on ice and it's a good start to understanding the sport of curling. The Victorian Curling Association's weekly meets involve drinking, socialising and talking strategy, before getting down to business.
World Curling Championships Bronze  ·  pdf/78kB IN an exciting match that required an extra end, Australia defeated Switzerland to claim the bronze medal in the senior men’s world curling championship last week in Chelyabinsk, Russia.
Australia takes Bronze  ·  pdf/22kB Four blokes from Victoria have taken the bronze medal at the Pacific International Cup.
Homeless, our curlers face a long and rocky road  ·  pdf/21kB IT is one of Australia's most baffling, unsolved crimes, at the centre of one of the world's most intriguing sports.
Australian curlers ponder what might have been  ·  pdf/19kB HALF a point, a low barrier and a gulf separate Hugh Millikin from calling himself an Olympian as he watches the curling competition here from the bleachers, and he admits that it is torturous. Millikin is the skip of the Australian team
New Icehouse a big hit  ·  pdf/66kB Australian ice sports have received a huge boost on the eve of the Winter Olympics with the opening of the Icehouse complex at Docklands.
Billy's mob looking for rocks  ·  pdf/12kB As a late Christmas gift and a demonstration of their commitment to Australian Curling, Billy’s mob at ING has offered to acquire a set of curling rocks for use at Melbourne’s new winter sports facility The Icehouse.
Olympic hopefuls still seeking a brush with fame  ·  pdf/8kB EVERY four years, at Winter Olympics time, thousands of Australians find themselves perplexed by scenes of people on ice throwing large stones, then using brooms to furiously sweep a clear path for them.
Top-class Coach Skates into City to Train Curlers  ·  pdf/13kB The Victorian Curling Association brought the top-grade Canadian coach to Bendigo to train both able-bodied and disabled curlers and also to speak to all those interested in the sport's development.
Broomstick warriors declare war on World  ·  pdf/32kB Five mates who formed a curling team hit the road to Bendigo each week, hoping it's the first step to the Winter Olympics.

Curling in the News - International

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BDO Canadian Open Wrap  ·  pdf/132kB Curling Blogger's wrap of the Oshawa experience.
Australian Curling wants YOU!  ·  pdf/42kB The hunt is on for more curlers. Not only for recreation rookies to show interest, but for some talented players to sign up to compete for the green and gold… in Australia, mate!
Lake of Menteith curlers: We'd be crackers to play on this  ·  pdf/34kB IT WAS to be a once-in-a-lifetime event, organised in defiance of the all-pervasive health and safety culture. In the end, though, the weather got the upper hand.
Murdoch aims to avenge 2006 near miss  ·  pdf/17kB Scottish curling skip David Murdoch shares a common bond with Canada's athletes in alpine sports. He may be the best in the world, but like Canada's best skiers, he can't prove that by staying at home.
What a decade for curling  ·  pdf/20kB While the Olympics welcomed curling back to the fold as a full-medal sport in the past decade, it's been over the past 10 years that the Games has taken over as the brass ring for curlers.
The Simpsons go Curling  ·  pdf/19kB Sweeping is a skill. Kilts are in fashion. The target is shaped like a doughnut.

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