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Luke Shorting, of Team Switzerland, gives teammate Arden Haseltine a shove down the hallway in a round of human curling at Nanaimo Christian School.  - CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin
Luke Shorting, of Team Switzerland, gives teammate Arden Haseltine a shove down the hallway in a round of human curling at Nanaimo Christian School.
— image credit: CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin

Luke Shorting, of Team Switzerland, gives teammate Arden Haseltine a shove down the hallway in a round of human curling at Nanaimo Christian School.

The school celebrated the 2014 Winter Olympics with its own version of the games Feb. 20, when students formed teams representing countries and took part in such sports as ice block luge, human curling and other offbeat forms of competition not currently sanctioned by the International Olympic Committee.

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