Canada, by far. There are somewhere around 200,000 regular curlers in Canada. The U.S. is a distant second, at around 18,000 curlers, though popularity is growing rapidly in the U.S. (it's doubled in 20 years).
Canada: 2. Curling has only been an Olympic sport since 1998.
I don't really know what country it's the national sport I thought someone else would know
Its is most popular in Canada and Sweden
The country that won the silver medal in the Women's Curling event in the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics was Sweden.
The country that won the gold medal in the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics for the Women's Curling event is Canada.
Sweden's curling team won the bronze medal.
Great Britain won the silver medal in the Men's Curling event in the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics.
Almost every winter sport is popular in Canada. Skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, curling, hockey, ice climbing, mountaineering, cross country skiing and more. In Canada, many of these sports can be enjoyed throughout the entire year.
Curling is played in the winter because that's the COLDEST season andcurling is a winter sport
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Yes, it is a winter sport and even it is the Winter Olympic sport.
This is really a matter of opnion. Figure skating seems to be the most popular sport with the public. Personally, I am a fan of curling.