Home of the 1965, 1974 and 1978 World Champions, 1988 Olympic Team and 1992 Olympic Bronze Medalists
Next Upcoming Draws
Draws for Mon, Dec 9
TimeTeamsSheet
06:002-8A
06:004-9B
06:006-13C
06:001-11D
08:0010-121st Open
08:003-52nd Open
Teams:
Monday Open
#Team Name
1Flesvig
2Anderson
3Bergquist
4Lehto
5Warren
6Podratz
7Martin
8J Bradshaw
9O'Brien
10John Bradshaw
11Mossberger
12Crawford
13Thoreson
Standings:
Monday Open
TeamWL%age
Anderson401.000
J Bradshaw401.000
John Bradshaw301.000
O'Brien310.750
Lehto320.600
Bergquist230.400
Flesvig230.400
Martin230.400
Crawford120.333
Thoreson130.250
Mossberger130.250
Warren140.200
Podratz140.200
Mission Statement

Our Mission at the Superior Curling Club is to promote the spirit of curling for all past, present, and future members, as well as our curling spectators.

A Brief History

The first record of curling in Superior was in 1893, the first rink being outdoors in the East End of Superior. In 1895, pioneer curlers raised funds to build a new indoor facility. The new building covered two sheets of curling ice surrounded by a skating area. In 1908 shares were sold to build a new club on the corner of Oakes and Belknap. When completed, the club had five curling sheets and a 70 x 145 ft skating rink.

In the early 1900s, curling was so successful that a second club was built. The "Eastern Curling and Skating Club" consisted of 3 sheets and a skating rink. However, many curlers went off to fight in W.W. II, forcing this second club to close in 1943. In 1925, the Superior Curling Club expanded its main facility on Oakes and Belknap. Seven new sheets of ice, a new kitchen, and a viewing area were added. In 1935, heavy snow collapsed the walls on the skating side of the building and was rebuilt with WPA money, but the curling club members had to cede their rights of ownership to the city in turn for a long term lease.

During the late 1980s, a modern new four sheet club was built at the Head of the Lakes Fairgrounds. Superior curlers worked out an agreement with the city and county on the funding of the club. The county and city contributed two dollars for every club dollar, and the curlers put in many thousands of hours in the actual construction of the new club. The club has emerged as a leader in promoting the sport of curling and has provided all levels of competition for its members. Curlers from our club have won many state, national and international curling competitions in the past, and hopefully, will continue the tradition in the future.

For a more detailed history of our club, you can purchase a copy of the book Curling Superiority.

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