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The curling stone is 42 pounds of special granite from Ailsa Craig, an island off the coast of Scotland.
Love is red and pink, rests slightly below the waist, and knows how to perfectly push a curling stone into the center of a target.
The rules for curling competition involve teams scoring points by getting curling stones (granite stones weighing between 38 and 44 pounds) closer to the house centre or button) than the other team's stones.
Women Gold: Canada Silver: Great Britain Bronze: Sweden Two thirds of curling stones come from the Scottish island of Ailsa Craig.
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