Curling is a very popular sport in Canada.
It is also played in the across the USA in "Curling CLubs"
People who play curling are known as 'curlers'.
All you need is a curling broom and a set of curling rocks (8 for each team).
A "rink" is a curling team or the place they play. The ice surface is called a "sheet."
The World Curling Federation (the international governing body for curling) currently has 50 member countries, so the answer is: at least 50.
on a frozen lake
they play hockey, lacross, football and curling.
you play another end
yes, but they are not as good as lots of teams
No. he played curling
I'm not a professional, but I know that you have to slide a rock (not the real stone) to the target as close as you can. By the way, isn't that the only safe winter sport? Answer If you go the the web site www.ultimatecurlingbroomheads.com there are tips on how to play the sport of curling there. You will have fun at the curling club when you join.
the curling association
Just Google your nearest curling club, they probably have a website, and contact them to see what options they have for new curlers!
Go to curlingbasics.com for official rules.
Le curling (masculine noun): J'aime le curling (I like curling) Du curling: j'ai fait du curling (I played curling)
A curling match is simply called a curling match. A bonspiel is a curling tournament.
No. A curling iron does NOT have silver in it!!.. There are silver curling irons but there are no curling irons with silver in them!
The central concept of curling is sliding heavy stones down a long sheet of ice. It would be difficult to slide the stones on anything but ice.
The teams will play extra ends until there is a winner.
There is just as much point in curling as there is in any other sport. you could ask what the point in football or rugby or cricket or any other sport is. Curling is great fun to the people who play it and if you know enough about it it can be thrilling to watch
There are no age restrictions for curling, as with many sports it can be played as long as one is physically young (or old, whichever way you see it) enough to play it.
Curling is played in at least 45 countries (you can find a list by researching the World Curling Federation on Wikipedia). However, it is most popular in Canada, the United States, and western Europe. In places where curling is popular, there are usually dedicated curling clubs that have ice only used for curling. Where it is less popular, curlers resort to sharing multi-purpose arena ice with hockey players and skaters. This presents a challenge, because curling ice must be prepared differently than hockey/skating ice.
If you mean 'curling (your hair)': Are you curling tonight = Ensortijas anoche? If you mean the game of curling (on ice), there is no Spanish equivalent, so you'd have to say: Juegas a 'curling' anoche = Are you playing at 'curling' tonight?
Curling originated in Scotland.