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    Attention FatPang, curling update

    Mr. Fat Pang, can you give us your thoughts on the current olympic curling competition. I notice the us is currently tied for second (as of this morning). Some great photos of broom sweeping this morning in the paper, i was wondering whether you competed in the trials representing hong kong. Did hong kong send a curling squad to the games.

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    Re: Attention FatPang, curling update

    no...i do not believe HK sent a squad to the olympics and the canadians are in fourth, just behind the US with one game left, which is against...the US.

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    Re: Attention FatPang, curling update

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    Re: Attention FatPang, curling update

    I'm afraid that all they get here on one of the mildly cold days is frost, which leaves Curling very much a minority sport. So, no Hong Kong team unfortunately and no try outs.

    Good to see the US team doing well. Traditionally the Norwegians and other scandinavian's are the powerhouses, with the Scots comprising the British team at these events. (we won gold in the womens team event last time if I recall).

    Canadians also strong.

    Deceptively difficult event that requires subtlety in the sweeping.

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