The Olympics are hours away and that means the start of curling competition.
So you’ll be watching and wondering just what the heck is going on out there. Here’s a quick video primer composed by the the Olympics to help you understand the game a little bit better …
All of us at Anthracite Curling are excited for the start of the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia.
For many of us at the Club, it was four years ago that we watched the Olympics on TV and wanted to learn to play curling. We, like many, were glued to our sets and couldn’t wait to get on the ice! Continue reading
The curling venue in Sochi, Russia, host of the 2014 Winter Olympic Games.
You may have recently seen the U.S. Mens and Womens Curling Olympic Trials on NBC Sports Network.
For the ladies, they’re likely already packing their bags for a two-week trip to Russia. For the men however, their plans to be in the Olympic Tournament in February ride on their success at a qualifying event this week in Germany.
The men are competing in an 8-team field that includes some heavy hitters of international curling and their advancement is no guarantee. South Korea, New Zealand, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Japan, and Finland round out the field. Continue reading
The “Big League” is nearly here. Our Summer League begins on June 11.
If you haven’t registered for a team yet, now would be the time. If you have a full team ready to go, just missing one player, or are the equivalent of a free agent, please contact our Competition Committee today.
For more information on the League, check out the Page for more details.
The three winning sides have a chance to create some distance between themselves and the competition early in the season with the slate of three draws on Tuesday. Continue reading