One of my favorite events of the Winter Olympics is curling. I think it was during the 2010 Games that I first starting watching curling, and I'm absolutely fascinated by the sport. I wish there was more televised coverage of curling outside of the Olympics, but it seems like it gets popular only when the Games are being played, then the popularity dies down.
I was reading an article about curling and discovered that there are curling clubs all over the country, and while I don't necessarily feel like curling competitions are in my future, I'm looking for opportunities to watch more often than every four years.
Anyway, all that said, I was eating breakfast just before leaving for work yesterday morning when I came across a curling match on TV. It was Paralympic Curling! Obviously, if you watch curling, there are differences, which include the poles used by the competitors to launch the stones, but it's amazing how much control they still have over the speed and curling motion that the stones take. This particular match, between Norway and Slovakia, was extremely competitive. Good stuff!
Have a great evening, everyone.