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From Island to Ice: a Journey of Curling Stones

By Mike Haggerty

Ailsa Craig Photo: Richard Gray/World Curling Federation

Ailsa Craig. Down the ages it has stood in magnificent, rugged isolation - a one-mile long volcanic plug island rising out of the Firth of Clyde, ten miles off Ayrshire on Scotland's west coast.

It is, according to the RSPB, one of Britain's most important bird sanctuaries, being home to a colony of as many as 75,000 gannets at certain times, as well as other species, including a rejuvenated settlement of puffins that are gradually re-instating themselves following the eradication of rats from the island. It also stands as an iconic backdrop to the Open Championship and other major golf events when they are staged at the famous Turnberry links course.

"The Commitment Required"

Another great article from Copey with some real thought provoking stuff......

"It is all very well for full-time coaches who are paid to get that commitment; it is all very well for the self-employed; it is all very well for full-time curlers; it is all very well for the children of Croesus. But what about the rest of us? "

To read more go to the link here

Anette Norberg

Anette Norberg, 46, has decided to call time on her career as an elite player, so she will be unable to defend her two Olympic gold medals from 2006 and 2010. Her decision has been growing during the course of the season, and was not an easy one to take.

“Curling has been my life for so many years so, of course, there’s so much I’ll miss. But life as a top curling player today is so demanding, and I feel that I lack both the time and commitment that are needed,” says Anette. 

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