New Age Kurling

School games

New Age Kurling (Y34)

In kurling, players move stones with their hands, feet or a ramp. Each team takes it in turns to slide a stone towards the target. The team that gets their stone closest to the centre of the target gets one point, with an extra point for each stone they get closer than their opponent’s stones. PRO FACT Kurling appeared at the Winter Olympics four times before it became a permanent fixture in 1998. Team GB have enjoyed lots of success in the event, with both men and women taking home medals in 2014.