How Scotland was the catalyst for UK's curling success

When the Winter Olympics get under way in Pyeongchang, one of the stranger sports to look out for is curling, where giant stones are swept along the ice.

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    When the Winter Olympics get under way in Pyeongchang, one of the stranger sports to look out for is curling, where giant stones are swept along the ice.

    Britain is strong in men and women's curling, and the secret of their success is in the sport's history in Scotland.

    Al Jazeera's Lee Wellings reports from Scotland.


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