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What is signals in curling?

The signals in curling are a way to communicate between the skip and the rest of the team without yelling across the ice. There are usually hand signals to communicate the weight of a shot, and other signals determined by a team to convey the type of shot that should be thrown.

The team signals in curling are a way to communicate between the skip and rest of the team without yelling down the ice. Usually, teams will have hand signals to indicate the desired weight of the shot, and create other signals to convey the type of shot that should be thrown.


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