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For a convex curve $C$, define its barycenter to be $$b(C) = \frac{1}{\mathcal H^1(C)} \int\limits_C x d \mathcal H^1(x)$$ Is there a constant $L$ such that for $C_1,C_2$ convex curves, $|b(C_1) - b(C_2)| \leq L d_H(C_1,C_2)$? Note that the corresponding claim fails if "convex curve" is replaced by "convex body" or "smooth curve", and is true if the barycenter of the curve is replaced by the barycenter of the measure on the curve weighted by the curvature, in which case we recover the Steiner curvature centroid.