PAUL ROUSE: An icy challenge to embrace and enjoy

The dawn of a new year and new resolutions made: A search for new frontiers, new experiences, new things to do. A time to be creative and to dream of exploring new possibilities.

What better way to put practical shape on broad statements of intent than trying a new sport?

If you’re going to go for something new, may as well go the whole hog.

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