In the Olympics, there is simply a men's competition and a women's competition. There are mixed (2 men and 2 women per team) competitions in certain countries, and mixed doubles (2-person teams with 1 man and 1 woman) recently became a world-championship event, but these formats are not yet part of the olympics
where does curling take place
Hockey and Curling.
yes, in separate events
Curling Sking Hockey Skating Snowboarding
yes it is. EXCEPT FOR THE NOT SO IMPORTANT EVENTS "LIKE CURLING"
The Canadian Curling Association is responsible for arranging and conducting the official Curling sports games. The CCA also provides many other programs that involve related events such as training, development, materials, and more.
There are four Winter Olympic events that are held indoors. They are speed skating, figure skating, curling and ice hockey.
Some Olympic events include archery, hockey, diving, golf, and volleyball. Other events include wrestling, ice hockey, snowboard, speed skating, and curling.
Cricket and curling are sporting events. The Civil War is an event in American history.
a few including ice hockey, ski jumping, alpine skiing, halfpipe, curling etc.
Le curling (masculine noun): J'aime le curling (I like curling) Du curling: j'ai fait du curling (I played curling)
The only curling is on Canadian TV is during the Olympics. The Canadian TV network "CBC" airs a few Canadian events each the winter. If you live near the Canadian border, you might get CBC. If not, you might be able to watch online, but I'm not sure.