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Curling is a team sport, in which two teams, each of 4 players, are sliding polished granite stones across a sheet of carefully prepared ice towards a target area (named “house”). The purpose is to score points with the stones resting closest to the centre of the house. It has been an official Olympic sport since 1998, as a part of the Winter Olympics.
Curling girls should be an extremely accurate and concentrated. These skills, combined with precision and choosing the ideal path are very important for each curler woman, along with her hotness!
Meet Eve Muirhead, Anna Sloan, Vicki Adams, Claire Hamilton and Lauren Gray. This is the Great Britain’s Women’s Curling Team – one of the youngest and most promising teams in curling!
After the Russian Women Curlers did a real breakthrough in Sochi and made everyone talk about curling, it’s time for Britain’s to show what they have! These beautiful ladies are not only the face of curling but also an Olympic bronze medalists from the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi!
We’ve already presented you one of the hits at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi: Russia’s Women’s Curling Team. Now is the time to meet their skip and leader – Anna Sidorova! The beautiful Russian is born 1991 in Moscow. Her sports career began in figure skating, but she has suffered a serious leg injury. Fortunately for the world of curling, at age 13 Anna give up the figure skating and later switched to curling.
At the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver, Anna Sidorova became the youngest skip at the Games.
Curling is a highly technical and intelligent sport, but it also turned out to be one of the hottest as well.
In particular, Women’s Curling Team of Russia is one of the highlights at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. The beautiful Russians are a huge sensation during their home Olympics, which actually helps popularizing this interesting sport.
Sure, you may not know the rules yet, but meeting these curlers is a good start!
Even without her, enjoy the Russian Women’s Olympic Curling Team!
Cheryl Bernard is a Canadian curler, one of the top players in her country. She is born June 30, 1966 in Grande Prairie, Alberta.
Cheryl began curling at the age of 8. Her current club is Calgary.
Bernard represented Team Canada at the 2010 Winter Olympics as the team’s skip. They won the silver medal in Women’s Curling, after falling to Sweden in a very interesting final game.