Olympic Curling

Curling is a sporting activity in which players skate stones across a sheet of ice towards a target area. It is most watched event of the world gets either strangely addicted. But at the year 2013 event, emotions may appear to be at an all time high. Each event marks ten teams as determined by the result of the world curling championships prior to each Olympics.
The teams play in a surrounding robin preface set of games, with the top teams advancing to the medal round. There have gold, silver and bronze medals awarded to the top three teams in both the men's and women's events.

Olympic Curling History

The history of curling sports is more than 500 years old and it is an ancient sport. It has believed to have invented in Scotland sometime before the 16th century as confirmations by a curling stone adorned with the date 1511, uncovered along with another bearing the date 1551, when an old pond was exhausted at Dunblane, Scotland. Scottish settlers had introduced curling to Canada where it flourished and accomplished a level of superiority that remains unsurpassed. Canada currently has an expected 1,000,000 curlers and is generally measured the dominating force both in innovations to the sport and in competitive curling success.

The curling was played in its early days on frozen lochs and ponds. People of past time still enjoyed in some countries when whether permits. Curling has finished its debut as an Olympic winter sport at the first winter games at Chamonix in the year 1924. In 1932, Olympic winter games at the Lake Placid, curling again were listed but that time as a manifestation sport. Canada was a winner of that contest over the United States in a two country competition in which each country had entered four Men's teams.
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