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Curling-Canadian Fry to return to action after drunken escapade

Updated: 04-01-2019 01:58 IST
Canadian Ryan Fry, who took a leave of absence from the team he won an Olympic gold medal with in 2014 after being kicked out of a competition for alcohol-fuelled bad behaviour, will return to curling next week.

Fry was serving as a spare with another rink when he and three team mates were thrown out of a World Curling Tour event in Alberta in November for what organisers called unsportsmanlike behaviour resulting from excessive drinking.

Fry will make his return at the Jan. 8-13 Grand Slam Curling event in Saskatchewan.

"How we handle adversity can show how strong we can really be," Fry said on Twitter. "2018 threw a few punches...glancing blows. I felt the love and am turning the hatred into fuel."

The 40-year-old has apologised for his actions and said he was committed to taking steps to ensure a similar incident never happens again. (Reporting by Frank Pingue in Toronto, editing by Ed Osmond)

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