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  Winter Olympics 6 Feb 2006  
Who are the women to watch?

In 2002, the country held it’s breath as Rhona Martin released her final stone and she and her women’s curling team won gold for Britain at the Winter Olympics – the countries’ first gold medal since the memorable Bolero of Torvill and Dean 18 years earlier in Sarajevo.

With the 2006 Winter Olympics starting this week, Ritula Shah talks to the BBC sports presenter Hazel Irvine out in Italy with Team GB, to find out who to watch out for and if the women will be able to improve on their impressive performance of 4 years ago.

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