Norwegian women keep run of loud curling pants alive at world championship

Norways skip Linn Githmark looks to her front end during her evening draw against Canada on Sunday March 21, 2010 in Swift Current, Sask.

Norway's skip Linn Githmark looks to her front end during her evening draw against Canada on Sunday March 21, 2010 in Swift Current, Sask.

There was a large package waiting for Norway when the team arrived in Swift Current, Sask., for the women’s world curling championship.

Out of the box came even louder versions of the loud pants their male counterparts popularized at the Winter Olympics in Vancouver last month.

“Our third was laughing her brains out,” skip Linn Githmark said.

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Source: Canadian Press

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