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Jon Dick Learns the Weird Sport of Curling

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Curling may be one of the weirdest winter Olympic sports, and Jon Dick is definitely the weirdest digital journalist at My Fox Carolinas. So it was only a matter of time for this story to happen. Jon was chilling with the Charlotte Curling Club and threw some rocks across the ice and he learned that it’s much more difficult than it looks. For more information, visit http://charlottecurling.com/


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