Women's curling

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Female curlers from Sweden during the 2010 women's Olympic tournament.

Women's curling is the practice of curling by women. It has been part of the Winter Olympic Games since the 1998 Olympics in Nagano. Major women's curling tournaments include the Scotties Tournament of Hearts and the World Women's Curling Championship.


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  • Shou Zhong Zhang, "Analysis of Specific Cognitive Ability Characteristics of Chinese Women Curling Athletes", Advanced Materials Research, vol. 971-973, June 2014, pp. 2736–2739.

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