Dumfries is preparing for another international ice hockey event, just a few months after a big tournament in December.
The Under 18s world championship will be held at the Dumfries Ice Bowl in March, and businesses are already looking forward to the spin-offs.
Great Britain will be competing against Croatia, Korea, Lithuania, Netherlands and Romania in the event which will take place from the 24th to 30th of March.
In December Dumfries hosted the Under 20s championship.
"We were absolutely delighted with the under 20s championships in December ... it brought in somewhere in the region of £100,000 to the local economy, just on accommodation alone from the teams and the supporters, it gave the region some fantastic publicity internationally, it was covered all over the world, and I think importantly the ice hockey groups saw Dumfries as a real place to host major events like this, so we're really delighted that we've been able to attract another championship."
"We're coming here to win a medal, we would really really like it to be a gold medal, and I think we've got a team that's more than capable to doing that, but I think when you go into any championship like that, first and foremost, you kind of work your way in, you look to stay in the group, but then you look to push for medals, and of course as I say, really for us, we've never spoken of anything other than a medal."
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