Eve tries her hand at ‘go-nutting’
Olympic curler Eve Muirhead is aiming to sweep to victory in a fun new sport – human curling. Eve had a go at human curling – or go-nutting as it’s also called – on the ice at Braehead in Glasgow and reckons the wacky spin-off from real curling could catch on.
Eve’s human curling session helped launch the leisure destination’s Get Active winter campaign.
Human curling works by launching yourself up the ice on top of an inflatable snow tube aiming for the house, or target, as you would with a real curling stone.
Eve said: “I’ve never tried human curling before, but it was really a lot of fun.
“It’s almost as much fun as a real game of curling.
“Everyone should come along to Braehead to get active and try out all the different activities there.”
The picture shows Eve trying out human curling at the rink, with the help of ice technician Colin Mouat.
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