This unique sport first came into existence on the frozen ponds and lakes of Northern Europe. During a curling competition, two teams of four players will slide hefty granite rocks across a 130’ x 15’ sheet of ice. The rocks travel down the ice toward the centre, which is similar to an archery format. The designated areas are painted just below the surface of the ice at both ends, which allows the rocks to be played back and forth during a series of competitions. More you can know in our Blog!