Well, it is very lucky that curling is not a game with a whole lot of violent and fast movement. The curling team of Norway has outdone themselves with their newest duds for the Winter Olympics that would take place next month in Sochi, Russia. The team Norway has become known for their pants. They even have an unofficial Facebook page named The Norway Olympic Curling Team’s pants, natch and it has more than 500000 likes.
Havard Vad Petersson, Thomas Ulsrud, Christoffer Svae and Torgor Nergard first made a spatter at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, when they revealed diamond print pants in the white, red and blue colors of their national flag rather than the general black slacks common to rollers. They have also won a silver medal.
Pal Trulsen, the coach of Norway, stated that put it like this, you would not see him sporting them. Except probably at a bad taste party or something.
Meanwhile, memorable host cities for Winter Olympic Games would not have a snowball’s scope of reliably arranging a Winter Game in the next few decades in the midst climate change, stated a brand new report. The Earth continues to heat up in such a rate that just 6 of the last nineteen Winter Olympics venues would be cold enough to be able to host another Winter Games by the end of this century.
Sochi, which is set to host the Games this year would not have made it by around 2050. The lead author of the report stated that the number of the venues would be cut half by mid-century.