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GB Inline

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Great Britain Hockey Inline is the governing body for inline skater hockey, operating a range of leagues and tournaments across the UK for all ages and abilities.

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National Ice Skating Association

National Ice Skating Association

The National Ice Skating Association is a British organisation that is responsible for the development of ice skating events and the assessment of learning ice skaters in the UK. It also functions as a mechanism for hiring coaches to teach ice skating in rinks around the UK.

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Ice Hockey UK

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Ice Hockey UK (IHUK) is the national governing body of the sport of ice hockey in the United Kingdom. Affiliated to the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF), IHUK is the internationally recognised umbrella body in the United Kingdom. IHUK was created to replace the British Ice Hockey Association.

The organisation is responsible to the IIHF for the good order of the sport in the UK. The IHUK is charged with ensuring that all overseas players are properly cleared to play and that the rules and by-laws of the IIHF are upheld.

Ice Hockey UK runs the national team, British national ice hockey team also known as Team GB.

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English Curling Association

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The English Curling Association was formed in 1971 and its ladies branchin 1979. It is a full member of the European Curling Federationand the World Curling Federation and is also a member of British Curling, the company which has been formed to manage Great Britain's Olympic and Paralympic curling programmes.

The English Curling Association aims to support, promote and develop the sport of curling in England, to unite curlers throughout England in the brotherhood of curling, to regulate the affairs of its members and to represent its members on International confederations. It also sends teams to major International competitions.

The Executive Council of the ECA includes representatives from all areas of the country and of its ladies branch and includes a National Development Director, who works to find new venues where the sport can be played. Currently curling can only be played at one location in England, Fenton's Rink, Dundale Farm, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, but the Association hopes that further venues will be found as a result of Britain's participation in the Olympic Games.

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