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That is

The curling or "curling" hispanicized is a precision sport and team, with some similarity to the English bowling and bocce, as practiced in an ice rink. Two teams of four players compete with each other by sliding granite stones August 20 kg each on ice corridor 45.5 meters (146 ft) long and 4.75 meters (15 feet 7 inches) wide.

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History

Scottish origins

One of the world’s oldest team sports, curling originated in the 16th century in Scotland, where games were played during winter on frozen ponds and lochs. The earliest-known curling stones came from the Scottish regions of Stirling and Perth and date from 1511. In the 1600s, stones with handles were introduced.

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There are two types of broom. The most common is a brush or "push broom". The other is a corn/straw/Canadian broom, which, with long bristles, looks much like a normal broom.

Ice

For indoor tournaments the artificially created ice has its surface sprinkled with water droplets which freeze into tiny bumps on the surface. Called "pebbled ice", this surface helps the stone's grip and leads to more consistent curling.

 Rink

The rink is 42.07m long and 4.28m wide with a target - or house - at either end.

 Shoes

Special curling shoes are common; shoes should grip the ice well. While shooting, extremely slippery surfaces such as Teflon are used on the sliding foot. Some are built into the shoes and others are strapped on over the shoes.

 Rock

Also known as a stone, a curling rock is made of rare, dense granite that is quarried on Scotland's Ailsa Craig. Each rock weighs 19.1kg and is polished