It is not only the number of curling centres, the number or quality of their equipment and the number and type of people who play.
There are also a host of other factors that have a direct impact on the outcome.
For example, when the Curling Australia (CA) Curling Association was formed in 2001, there were just five centres.
The association has since grown to 30.
Today, there are at least 50, with more than 40 currently operating across the country.
There is a huge variation in the number, quality and the equipment available to the curlers.
It is up to the local communities and clubs to find out what is the best equipment and equipment to use and to choose the best ones to use.
There are also many factors beyond curling itself that affect the performance of the game, which is why CA Curling has developed the Curlers Test, which involves the players and staff of the two clubs competing to be the best in the world.
It has been called a “game of life”, but it also has an emotional component.
What can we do to improve?
CA Curlers and CA Curler Australia are committed to making the game more accessible and accessible to everyone.
We want curling to be as enjoyable as it is in the modern day, where people want to have fun.
We recognise the importance of creating a positive and positive environment, and we are committed for this to continue for as long as possible.
The Curling and Curling-themed event at Adelaide Oval on Thursday night was an example of how the Curlings Test could be used to support this.
We are also working to ensure that the quality of equipment and game experience is at the forefront of the CA Curls future strategy.
We will also be working with the clubs to provide better training opportunities and support for those who wish to join the Curls Curling Club.
The best way to help is to be part of this process.
With the Curlies Test, the Curlists Club will work with the CA and Curliers Association to develop a more comprehensive Curling Strategy that will allow the CA to better inform and educate clubs about their role in curling and to ensure the future success of curlers in Australia.
This is a developing story.
We’ll update when more information becomes available. ABC/AAP