By Bob Weeks
A lighthearted, fact-filled advisor to the roaring online game: curling
Immensely renowned in Canada, curling has captured the hearts of thousands of diehard fanatics all over the world. packed with quirky characters, attention-grabbing proof, interesting heritage, and awesome trivialities, this detailed consultant provides curlers (and fans of the sport) a colourful and sometimes fun examine this singular recreation. With unusual, humorous factoids on each web page, the ebook sheds mild at the long-forgotten Downer Disc, a around curling broom, and the way Charlie Kerr, a Brier roller of the '40s, was once thwarted via the ash from his personal cigar. This different quantity is the final word bonspiel prize for curling fanatics everywhere.Bob Weeks (Toronto, ON) is the editor of the Ontario Curling file and the writer of 3 books.
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