Curling Stones
Curling are not only the most necessary part of the game, thet are the most required part. Curling stones are made up of what is called It’s called blue hone granite – an intensely hard substance that is uniquely suited to slide smooth and true down a 146-foot long sheet of ice, withstand countless crashes into other stones and prevent even trace amounts of moisture to seep into it. So you might not have known that the world is running low on blue home granite because it takes so much of the blue house granite to make one stone
Index | Where was the sport first played | The Basics and the Advancements | Founding of the sport | Sport of curling | Moves and Tricks | Curling Stones | How to Curl | History | Brushes | Works Cited | Reflection |
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