Every four years at the Winter Olympics, the United States falls in love with curling again. The PyeongChang Olympics have been no exception.
What’s not to like? It’s arguably the most strategic sport at the Olympics and one of the few head-to-head sports. And, just about anyone can try it with nearly no level of physical fitness required. Even J.J. Watt is getting on the action.
Now, plenty of people back home are giving curling a try. While they might lack the tools of true curling ability, they more than make up for it with some … improvisation. You can check out the best the internet has to offer down below.
— Joe Perino (@ChefJVP) February 10, 2018
— Nicholas Ward (@coachnickward) February 8, 2018
— NBC Olympics (@NBCOlympics) February 10, 2018
— Briana Boatwright (@DontRockDa_BOAT) February 11, 2018
— Samantha Russell (@TrafficJamSam) February 9, 2018
— BrianEarley (@Briearl1) February 11, 2018
— Simon Holland (@simoncholland) February 11, 2018
— Greenvale Park PE (@GVPPE) February 8, 2018
— TJ Hoersten (@TJHoersten) February 11, 2018
While every homemade attempt at curling here is worthy of praise, the basketball managers at Ohio State University take the cake.
— OSU BBall Managers (@OSUManagers) February 11, 2018
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