Canadian Supreme Court Rules ‘Curling is a Real Sport’


In a 6-3 decision, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled today that “curling is actually a real sport, eh.”

“Weighing all the evidence, it’s quite clear that curling is a sport,” said Judge Plett. “I mean, the precedent has already been set with golf and five-pin bowling.”

The judges felt that there was some degree of physicality involved, curling could be classified as a sport and not merely a game.

“Just because your Onkel Henry can play it well into his 90s, doesn’t mean it’s not a sport,” said Plett. “We’re also voting yes on shuffleboard and backgammon.”

The court is also set to rule on crokinole sometime this spring.

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