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World Curling Champs leaves Dumfries

Senior and mixed doubles curling championships in Dumfries have come to an end. It was the first time the competition has been held in Scotland.

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Curling champions wave goodbye to Dumfries

The week-long competition comes to an end Credit: ITV Border

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.

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