Teams take to social media on journey to the Olympic Winter Games

  • United States' Tabitha Peterson and skip Nina Roth Photo: © WCF / Céline Stucki

Curling teams from around the world have been sharing their experiences leading up to the Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang, Republic of Korea through tweets, stories, Instagram posts and even GIFs. From off-ice training to life changing shots, these curlers haven’t missed a beat in documenting their road to the Games.

When you make that shot to represent Canada at the Olympic Winter Games. One word – “sweep!”

Team Great Britain skip Eve Muirhead is heading to her third Olympics – this time with two of her bothers competing as well.
United States brother and sister mixed doubles team Matt and Becca Hamilton celebrate after booking their second ticket to compete in the Games.
Swedish skips Anna Hasselborg and Niklas Edin sweating it out at the Olympic summer training camp with 200 days to go.
Mixed doubles skip Oona Kauste of Finland excited with the 100 day count down on.
Some familiar faces at a media session in Japan with team Switzerland, Sweden, Japan and Great Britain answering questions.

Media point in Karuizawa prior to the event. #TeamGenève

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Team Switzerland celebrate their undefeated Olympic trials run.
Oliver Dupont of Denmark congratulates his two sisters after securing their Olympic berth.
Local Italian media filming Amos Mosaner for an upcoming segment about the Olympic Witner Games.
The mixed doubles tournament at the Games will be played in the Gangneung Curling Centre between Thursday 8 February – the day before the official Olympic opening ceremony – until Tuesday 13 February. This will be followed by the women’s and men’s tournaments, which start on Wednesday 14 February and run through to Sunday 25 February.

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