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Published: Sunday, February 17, 2013, 4:20 p.m.

Lynnwood curling team wins nationals

SEATTLE -- A curling team from Lynnwood won the national championships in Green Bay, Wis., this weekend.
The win qualifies the Brady Clark team to represent the U.S. at the world curling championships in Victoria, British Columbia. The team has also earned a spot at the U.S. Olympic team trials, which will be held in November in Fargo, North Dakota.
Seattle's Colin Hufman, who played for a Minnesota team at the competition this weekend, also has qualified for the U.S. Olympic trials.
The Brady Clark team has won the U.S. mixed team championship nine times, but this is its first U.S. men's team national title.
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