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The Basics of Curling

So, What Is Curling Anyway?

Curling is a team sport played on ice, in which players slide stones towards a target area, called the "house," at the other end of the rink.

The object of the game is to score points by getting your stones closer to the center of the house than your opponent's stones.

Each team consists of four players, who take turns sliding stones down the ice and using special brooms to sweep the ice in front of the stone to help control its speed and direction.

The team with the highest score after 8 or 10 "ends" (depending on the level of play) wins the game.

Curling is popular in countries with cold climates, such as Canada, Sweden, and Scotland, and is also a medal sport in the Winter Olympic Games.

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Langley Curling Centre

George Preston Recreation Centre
20699 42nd Ave.
Langley, British Columbia, CA
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About The Club

The Langley Curling Club is a not-for-profit organization operating in a facility managed and owned by the Township of Langley. The George Preston Recreation Centre located at 20699 42 Ave in Brookswood houses the curling rink on the south side and a hockey rink on the North side; home to the Langley Riverman and Trappers.  Manager Robyn Parkes along with the Board of Directors and our many volunteers are here to serve Langley and outlying areas with quality curling, events and a top of line Pro Shop.

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