The PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics have turned the corner and are in the final few ends of play, culminating with the Closing Ceremony on Sunday February 25. As everyone is well aware by now, curling has been the top sport for Olympic coverage (well at least in Canada....where are you NBC???). The sport of curling at this year's Olympics spanned the full gauntlet of competition days, starting before the Opening Ceremony and ending the day of the Closing Ceremony.
But with all those days of Olympic pressure, stress and competition, how has the sport been holding up? Are the teams competing surviving? Who are the top story makers at this pivotal turning point of the competition and who have been underperforming?
The #TwineTime blog has been watching the competition closely, or as close as possible given the time difference and having to actually work, and has cracked open good ole Lucky Red to see just who is making the grade in PyeongChang and who is falling short.