// BONUS ONLINE-ONLY COVERAGE Street curling takes

over Frozen Fenway in Boston

on Jan. 8 and Jan. 14 in Boston. Life Wear, an official sponsor of USA Curling, hosted the CryoMAX


Curling Zone during the Hockey East doubleheaders at Frozen Fenway 2017. Te Curling Zone was open to fans to try their hand at curling on a 32-foot simulated curling surface. Basic instruction was provided by USA Curling staff, members of the Broomstones Curling Club of Wayland, Mass., and other local curlers. Life Wear Technologies, LLC, was established in 1974 as one of the origi-

nal manufacturers of sports medicine products. Aſter gaining notoriety as a leading innovator in the sporting goods arena, the company shiſted its focus to the rapidly growing first aid and pharmacy market. In addition to

ife Wear Technologies of North Kingstown, R.I., the manufacturer of CryoMAX® Cold Terapy 8-Hour Reusable Cold Packs, teamed up with USA Curling to bring “Street Curling” to Frozen Fenway

the health supports, Life Wear Technologies began manufacturing elastic bandages, athletic tape and eventually hot & cold therapy products to be- come the first one-source solution for private label sports medicine prod- ucts. Today, Life Wear Technologies is a leading supplier of both private label and branded sports medicine products sold in chain drug, food and mass merchant retailers. n

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Milwaukee set to

host U18 National Championship

day championship. Teams have qualified via regional playdown competi- tions this winter. At press time, the field of 24 was nearly set. Te winning teams will represent the U.S. at the Junior Slam Series Play-

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er’s Championship April 14-16 in Guelph, Ontario. To learn more about the competing teams, visit n

he Milwaukee Curling Club will host the inaugural U18 National Championship March 8-12 in Cedarburg, Wis. Twelve girls and 12 boys teams will compete in this new five-

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