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Well, it IS slippery out there! Britain's Anna Sloan takes a tumble during curling semi-final

Sun-drenched cricketers and bare-chested footballers may have you hesitating to open the winter wardrobe but take heed: forecasters warn that it will not be only Sunderland fans who have a harsh winter ahead. Cold weather is not normally a cause for celebration but, with the Winter Olympics in Turin in February, Europe's ski resorts are looking forward to plenty of the white stuff. Many of the winter sports have already embarked on their competitive seasons and some of Britain's hopefuls have been waxing and waning. Alain Baxter, who took the slalom bronze in before losing it for failing a drug test, is one of Team GB's few genuine medal hopes for Turin, though he did not get beyond the first round when his season opened indoors in the Netherlands this weekend. Medals for Britain in Turin will be scarce but those who became overnight curling fans four years ago may be ready for a little brushing up on our team's preparations this time round. Curling was briefly cool. It was never going to last but things are warming up again in the world of stones, skips and sweeping, with sex and selection top of the agenda. The selection can wait. Olympic hopefuls should reflect on the latest attempt to market the game. A calendar featuring nude and scantily clad female curlers has been released for Christmas to a mixed response from the curling fraternity.

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By Amanda Williams. With the eyes of the world watching, it was perhaps a less than graceful way for Britain to admit defeat in the curling semi-finals. The British women's team lost the semi-final round to Canada after a game which saw one of the athletes skid and take a tumble on the ice. Vice skip Anna Sloan slipped before moving to sweep a shot and skipper Eve Muirhead got a 'pick-up' off the ice and missed a simple takeout, allowing Canada to go up The young second in command suffered the untimely fall in the semi-finals against Canada. The GB women curlers lost The year-old ended up on her hands and knees after the tumble, while her team mate remains concentrated on the game. Muirhead then missed a hack-weight double takeout to allow Canada a steal in the second end. Jones' team went ahead and never looked back. The year-old struggled to balance on the ice and launches forward as her teammate throws the stone.

News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. The team skipper is a catwalk model who posed half-naked and wrapped in a Scotland flag for a saucy calendar. Scott Andrews , 24, from Prestwick, has been curling since the age of eight. He throws second. David Murdoch , 35, from Lockerbie, is skip and throws fourth. Michael Goodfellow , 25, from Stirling is lead thrower.

He was part of the UK team that won silver at the World Championships in and , and a bronze in Tom Brewster , 39, from Aberdeen, is the alternate.

He was skip of rink which won silver at the World Championships. Matches are between two teams — rinks — of four whose players slide stones of a set weight across ice — the curling sheet — towards the centre of a target — house — that looks like a three-ring bullseye. The centre of the house is the button. Each rink has eight stones per end and takes it in turns to slide the stone towards the house. Two sweepers accompany the stone, using brooms to influence its speed or direction. The aim is either to lodge one or more stones as close to the button as possible — or to knock rival stones out of the way.

After each end, points are scored by the stones closest to the centre of the button. The first hammer is decided by lots, then the rink that did not score in the previous end gets it. Follow The Sun. Your Sun Sign in. News Corp WSJ. Sign in. All News. Updated: 5th April , pm.



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