Curling Etiquette

Curling Etiquette Game

Courtesies

Curling has always been known for the prevalence of good sportsmanship and the friendly courteous rivalry that exists on the ice. The curling etiquette suggested are practised by curlers who understand the true spirit and tradition of the “roaring game.”

Every curling game begins with a hearty handshake of friendship and goodwill to both team mates and opponents.  The usual greeting is, “Good Curling“.  Often said to wish for a good game of curling.

Etiquette tips:

Congratulate opposing players, as well as members of your own rink, when they have made a good shot.

Never, by word or deed, be guilty of any action that would embarrass, ridicule or chastise a player who has missed a shot or not swept properly.  Experienced curlers shall always encourage proper development and teaching roles.

Every curling game begins with a hearty handshake of friendship and goodwill to both team mates and opponents. The usual greeting is, “Good Curling“.  Often said to wish for a good game of curling.

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