What is the Name for a curling match?


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2015-03-23 23:58:57
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A curling match is simply called a curling match. A bonspiel is a curling tournament.

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Generally, you'd just call it a game, or a match.The only curling-specific terminology related to games themselves is "bonspiel", which is a name for a curling tournament. It comes from the Scots term for "league match". You'll also hear it shortened as "spiel".

A curling match is played between two teams of four players each.

If you are from Peasant View, so am I, otherwise I would say it is curling

I assume you mean curling "rink." Actually, "rink" is the term for a curling team. The name for the playing surface is a "sheet." A curling sheet is about 150 feet long (about 3/4 the length of a hockey rink).

The "Brier" is the common name for Canada's men's national curling championship. The winner goes on to represent Canada at the World Curling Championship. Because Canada has so many great curling teams, the Brier is the curling world's most anticipated annual event.

The thing that you throw in curling goes by the name of rock and stone, but more commonly stone.

Mylar balloons are helium filled balloons. Mix and match them with latex balloons and curling ribbon for extensive decorations.

There is no ball in Curling. They use rocks made out of Granate that weigh 44 lbs each. There is no ball in Curling. They use rocks made out of Granate that weigh 44 lbs each.

Le curling (masculine noun): J'aime le curling (I like curling) Du curling: j'ai fait du curling (I played curling)

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!

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?

The playing surface is called a "curling sheet."The stone that slides across the curling sheet is called the "curling stone."The brush used to sweep the ice in the path of the curling stone is called the "curling broom."Shoes worn during curling are called "Curling shoes" and are in two types, "sliders" and "grippers"

the main pieces you need for curling are a good pair of curling shoes, curling gloves, a slider for your shoe, and a broom, the rocks are provided by the curling arena.

Curling was invented in Scotland in the 1500's, and the World Curling Federation--the governing body of curling--is still based there. Curling was brought to Canada by Scottish immigrants in the 1800's, and Canada is now where curling is most popular.

Ice Hockey, Curling(If you can call that a sport) and Speed skating just to name a few. Ice Hockey, Curling(If you can call that a sport) and Speed skating just to name a few.

Curling originated in Scotland.

curling started in Europe :)

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skiing, skating, curling, and snowboarding.

Curling, as an Olympic ice sport, is the same word in English and in French.

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curling is dangerous because the rock can slide o you foot and you can trip on the rock as your curling

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where does curling take place

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