Curling is an incredibly popular sport that can trace its roots back to 16th century Scotland. The sport has been around for centuries, and is a beloved pastime for recreational players and competitive athletes all across the world. Curling is a strategic game where teams of players slide stones across an ice rink towards a target area, and try to score the most points with their throws. While the game may look a bit strange from the outside, once you start to get into the strategy and history, you will find curling to be a fascinating and unique sport. Test your knowledge with this Curling trivia template and see how you measure up against the experts!
1) What is the target of the game of curling?
2) What are the stones made of in curling?
3) What instrument is used by the Skip to give instructions during the game?
4) What is the goal of a curling match?
5) How many people are on a curling team?
6) How many stones are used in a curling match?
7) What is the special delivery used to direct a curling stone called?
8) What type of shoe is often used by curlers?
9) What is the name of the device used to clean the ice?
10) What is the name of the area of the curling sheet from which the curling stones are thrown?
11) What is the name of the delivery when the stone is released before the hack?
12) What is the name of the delivery when the stone doesn't hit a guard?
13) What is the highest honor that can be achieved in curling?
14) What is the name of the area of the curling sheet with concentric circles?
15) What is the name of the curling shot when the stone is released from the side of the target area?
16) What is a "takeout" in curling?
17) What is the term for the position each player takes during a curling match?
18) What is the minimum amount of time between each stone delivery?
19) What is the name of the curling match that is played over a series of ends?
20) What is the name of a curling stone with a handle?
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