Posts Tagged ‘Calgary Winter Club’
After a game of curling, there often seems to be a disconnect between the ice conditions and how players think the ice affected their game. Time and time again missed shots are blamed on poor ice conditions.
Après un match de curling, on assiste souvent à une dichotomie entre l’état de la glace et les perspectives des joueurs quant aux effets de la glace sur leur jeu. À maintes reprises, on entend dire que les tirs ratés ont été dus au mauvais état de la glace.
If you’re relatively new to curling, you likely play front end on a team and never consider line call. And then, against all odds, it happens. Skipper calls in sick and your second’s out of town. You call in a spare but they have to play lead. Your third moves up to skip and suddenly… Holy Cow… you’re playing third!
For Cheryl Whitnack curling will never be the same – and neither will her life.