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CurlingThought to have been invented in the 16th century the sport has come a long way. Firmly established as a winter Olympic sport its popularity has flourished with all ages taking a keen interest in this tactical team sport.
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5th Highland Wheelchair Curling Triples
The 5th Highland Wheelchair Curling Triples is underway at Inverness Ice Centre.
The three-day event was opened by Inverness Provost Helen Carmichael who delivered the first stone on Tuesday November 15.
The competition began in 2012 and has fast become an established part of the wheelchair curling calendar.
Around 30 people are taking part and have travelled from across Scotland and the north of England to the Highland capital.
The main event sponsors are TESCO Inverness, who along with the Inverness Ice Centre, Highland Council Common Good Fund and Dicksons of Inverness ensure the competition is a success.
Last year the competition was won by a team from Lockerbie but hopes are high the TESCO trophy will this year stay in the Highlands.
To see the teams in action visit the Inverness Ice Centre between 10am and 4pm Tuesday to Thursday.
Inverness Provost Helen Carmichael said: “It’s an important annual event for Inverness and it’s great to have three days of wheelchair curling here in the Highland capital. I wish all the teams the very best of luck."