Sticks and Stones Updates from the world of curling
I started curling after getting hooked watching the game during the 2006 Winter Olympics. I went to a Learn to Curl held by the Broadmoor Curling Club, and I've been playing since fall of 2006.
I've represented Colorado at U.S. Club Nationals three times and represented the region (Colorado, Wyoming, Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Texas) at U.S. Mixed Nationals once, and Mixed Doubles twice.
Curling is a fantastic family sport, and one of few competitive sports that you can play with teammates of all ages and abilities. Kids play with parents, cousins, grandparents and friends. The Broadmoor Curling Club has taught hundreds of Wounded Warriors to curl. We have taught curlers who use a wheelchair, curlers who have a traumatic brain injury, curlers who are deaf and curlers who are blind. The beauty is everyone can play and compete together!
Want to know more about curling? Wondering about the rules of the game? Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.