Photo by: Bob Weder , a study conducted by a team at North Carolina State University. The work was led by Michael Kanters, Ph.D., a Parks, Recreation & Tourism faculty member and a dedicated curler at the Triangle Curling Club in Durham, NC.
We encourage all club leaders and curlers to review the study. While it confirms many long-held beliefs about our sport, it also identifies areas for improvement. Those include increased diversity among participants and the need to have curling on television more often, especially in years when the Olympic Games are not held.
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