2018 U.S. Olympic Curling Team

Team USA ready for PyeongChang!

18 days of curling from South Korea!

Team USA

Watch the 2018 Olympics on NBC

TV schedule:

NBC has released its comprehensive TV and webstream schedule. Click here to download. You can also view the curling-specific schedule as well. Keep in mind that all curling matches will stream live at www.nbcolympics.com

Learn to Curl

Are you ready to hit the ice and learn to curl just like our Olympians? Click here to find out more.


Enter our 18 Days of Curling Contest (beginning 2/8). Prizes will be announced daily on our Facebook page


Press releases will be posted to the website after each draw and photos will be added to our Facebook page. We'll also have a strong presence on Instagram (@usa_curl), Twitter and Snapchat (@usa_curl).

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Follow along! The Olympics are underway!

Women's Team:

Two-time national champion Nina Roth, 29, will lead the American women's curling team in PyeongChang. All five team members will be making their Olympic debuts. Roth is teamed up with Tabitha Peterson, Aileen Geving, Becca Hamilton, and Cory Christensen. This team finished fifth at the 2017 World Women's Championship and has had a strong 2017-18 season on the World Curling Tour. 

Men's Team:

The 2018 U.S. Olympic Men's Curling Team will be led by four-time Olympian John Shuster, who will skip the team for the third straight games after winning bronze in 2006 in Torino while playing in the lead position. Shuster's 2014 teammate John Landsteiner and 2006 teammate Joe Polo will make their second Olympic appearances while Tyler George (vice skip) and Matt Hamilton (second) will make their rookie appearances. 

Mixed Doubles Team:

Becca Hamilton and Matt Hamilton finished seventh in Olympic mixed doubles curling with a 2-5 record.