Visually Impaired Curling

Visually impaired Curling

Visually impaired curling is conducted in the same manner as able-bodied curling, except for the addition of a guide. The guide is on the ice with the curlers and assists the thrower in aiming for the skip’s broom. The guide will usually position themselves in the house closest to the thrower and helps each curler to the level needed given their visual ability.

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