The world mixed doubles and senior curling championships have ended on a high, with the Scottish ladies team winning gold.
Curlers from across the world are in Dumfries for the World Senior and Mixed Doubles Championships.
In Ryan Dollard's latest blog he admits so far he hasn't actually seen any sporting action but promises he will see our curlers eventually.
Police Scotland have released CCTV images of three men they want to speak to in connection with the break-in and theft of curling memorabilia from the Dumfries Museum on Wednesday 30 April.
The three men are seen in the museum at just after 10pm on that night.
A reward has now been put up by Rhona Martin MBE, whose 2002 Winter Olympics gold medal for curling was one of the items stolen in the raid.
Anyone who has information that could help police should contact Police Scotland or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Over the last seven days the eyes of the curling world have been firmly set on Dumfries.
The world seniors and mixed doubles championships have attracted thousands of tourists and brought in millions of pounds to the local economy.
And to top it all off - the ladies Scotland team brought home the Gold.
Lori Carnochan has been catching up with the action:
The senior and mixed doubles world curling championships draw to a close in Dumfries today.
More than 300 competitors from 34 countries, including Romania and Brazil, have taken to the ice over the past seven days.
Around 15,000 spectators have enjoyed the action from both competitions at the ice-bowl and the event has been a huge boost for the town's economy.
Team GB's curlers have thanked the people of Lockerbie for giving them a heroes' welcome.
Both the men's and women's Olympic teams visited the town at the weekend for a civic reception.
A number of the medal winners come from Lockerbie and were delighted to celebrate their silver and bronze medals with friends and family.
The people of Lockerbie came out to welcome the medal-winning curling teams from Team GB, as they paraded though the town.
The men's and women's Winter Olympic teams were given a civic reception in honour of their achievements in Sochi earlier this year.
Fiona McIlwraith was there:
Both Team GB's men and women curlers were welcomed to Lockerbie today with a range of events.
The day started off with a Q&A session with local children, before the teams were piped through the streets of the town.
Huge crowds came out to meet them.
– David Murdoch, Team GB
"It's incredible, I've been looking forward to this for such a long time and to come and see all the people that gave us such good support and knowing that this was all hear for us ready and waiting, it so so special."
– Claire Hamilton, Team GB
"It's fantastic. It's actually the first time I've been back to the town, there's still a lot of people that I haven't seen yet that I would like to so yeah I'm looking forward to the rest of the day."
A civic reception is being held in Lockerbie for Team GB's Winter Olympic curlers.
The medal-winning men's and women's teams are taking part in a procession through the town.
Team GB curlers will be welcomed to Lockerbie to honour their achievements at the Winter Olympics in Sochi.
Both the medal-winning men's and women's teams will be in the Dumfries and Galloway town from 10:30am.
A procession through the town will be held, and local young curlers can meet their heroes.
Thanks to the Winter Olympics, it's a sport that needs no introduction. Curling is back and this time it's a bit closer to home.
The World Mixed Doubles and Seniors Championships are getting underway in Dumfries tomorrow.
Today was the last chance for the international visitors to practise on the ice.
Lori Carnochan was there.
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