A group of people has recently begun an “addition” to Curling. It’s also called Ice stock sport. Bavarian Curling utilizes the traditional curling equipment, but the ice is covered in flour, not water or other substance. The goal is to get your stones closer to the center than your opponent’s stone while remaining within the boundaries drawn on the ice.
It is a variant of Curling that originated in Germany and was created in 2011 by Stefan Hartmann. It is a sport that starts with ‘B‘ character.
History of Bavarian Curling sports
Bavarian Curling was developed in the 1830s by gymnastics, fencing, and modern dancing courses of the Royal Bavarian Academy of Arts in Munich.
The former curling course was later merged into the current dancing course. The Bavarian club was founded in 1836 as the first curling club in Germany. European Championships were first held in 1951, and World Contests were first held in 1983.
There are currently more than 40 curling clubs and curling associations in Bavaria.
Rules of Bavarian Curling
Bavarian Curling follows the rules of the German Curling Association and the World Curling Federation. Bavarian curling clubs the following is a
List of Bavarian curling clubs sorted by district. Bavarian State Curling Championship the Bavarian State
Curling Championship is an annual curling tournament held in Bavaria. The Bavarian State Curling Association organizes the tournament.
Equipment of the sports
The following is a list of equipment used in Curling. Curling stones the following is a list of stones used in Bavarian sports Curling. Curling gloves
It is a list of gloves used in Curling. Curling sticks
The following is a list of posts used in Bavarian Curling.
In final word
In June 2018, the IOC Board had granted provisional recognition by the IOC to EFI. The sport is played on an ice surface, proceedings are held on the tarmac in summer.
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