A curling match is simply called a curling match. A bonspiel is a curling tournament.
The skip is essentially the captain of a curling team. I don't know where the name actually comes from, but it helps signify the different role that the skip has, spending his time at the opposite end of the ice and calling the shots.
The playing surface is called a "curling sheet."The stone that slides across the curling sheet is called the "curling stone."The brush used to sweep the ice in the path of the curling stone is called the "curling broom."Shoes worn during curling are called "Curling shoes" and are in two types, "sliders" and "grippers"
It is called curling , the curling ROCK and you throw it at HOUSES the end of the curling rink
A curling team is properly called a "rink," although the word "team" is used more often in everyday speech. On a related note, the ice surface that curling is played on is called a "sheet," not a rink.
The World Mens, Women's or Mixed Curling Championships
A "rink" is a curling team or the place they play. The ice surface is called a "sheet."
A match :)
The circular target is called a "house."
If you are from Peasant View, so am I, otherwise I would say it is curling
The target in curling is called the house.The innermost, one-foot circle of the house is called the button.
Yes it is! I went on this song called conduction, convection, and radiation, and a part of it said "curling my hair, conduction is there" So.... It is!
A curling tournament is typically called a "bonspiel", sometimes shortened to "spiel." An exception is that qualifying tournaments for national or world championships are typically called "playdowns," with the act of competing in such a tournament called "playing down."
he was just called Captain Smith
Sometimes it's called a brush, but more often it's called a broom.
The playing surface played on in a game of curling is ice . The ice playing surface is called a 'sheet' and is within a 'curling' rink. Ice will melt along with paint. Paint will be washed away with the colours.
he was called captain because he ruled the united states of america...
a ball that you use to curl stuff with WOOTERs
It's called dream curling, and get to the festival's 16th day and finish that day. Simple enough?
The captain can also be called the skipper. In merchant ships, the proper name for the captain is the Master.