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Prvá liga mužov a žien 2017/18

V prvej lige mužov a žien bude hrať po 8 tímov. Tituly obhajujú muži aj ženy CC Martin. Základná časť sa hrá dvojkolovo, do play-off postúpia najlepšie štyri tímy. Program herných víkendov ako aj presný program zápasov je na stránke.

Prihlásené tímy
Muži - 1. liga
CC Poprad
Stone Hunters
Paralympic Team
CC Adara 2000 Trnava
1. CC Gentlemen
1. CC Bratislava
CC Martin

Muži - 2.liga
Plus jeden deň
1. CC Juniors
Captains Lipová
Dragons Trenčianska Teplá
Ženy - 1. liga
Spirit W
CC Martin
CC Martin 2
1. CC Bratislava
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#ECC2017: Sport Media Trainee blog

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International curling comes to St. Gallen

International curling comes to St. Gallen

There are few nations as prestigious in the sport as Switzerland. Their women's team won the inaugural World Championships in 1979. The Swiss have won 16 world championships including six mixed doubles titles, where they are the most dominant country.







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