Curling is a great sport. You're hucking big rocks down a sheet of ice, trying to place more of your rocks close to the center of a circle at the end than your opponenet. And drinking. You can't forget about the drinking.
It's not considered a real sport by many people, including some of the people who won some of these medals. It's a fun game though, and I suggest you try it some day. Just don't forget the beer.
It didn't become a full fledged Olympic sport until the 1998 games in Nagano, Japan, however women's exhibition games were played at the Olympics in 1988 and 1992.
Medal Count1 Gold Silver Bronze
Canada 1 0 1
Great Britain 1 0 0
Switzerland 0 1 0
Denmark 0 1 0
Sweden 0 0 1
1: Just the official gold medals, although I'm still listing the results of the exhibition games.
Nagano, Japan. 1998
Albertville, France. 1992
Calgary, Canada. 1988