Czech curler goes viral for unique earrings at Olympics
The sport of curling often draws a cult following during the Winter Olympics every four years. Now one Czech curler is giving viewers even more reason to tune in this year.
Czech curler Zuzana Paulova went viral over the weekend for the unique earrings that she wore while competing at the Beijing Games. Paulova’s earrings were themselves designed like little curling stones.
— Peacock (@peacockTV) February 6, 2022
Twitter absolutely loved Paulova’s earrings, and she got a number of compliments on them.
reason 453,432 why I love curling:
name another sport where you can rock earrings of your sport: pic.twitter.com/aa5PnGWcAk
— Adam Laskaris (@adam_la2karis) February 6, 2022
the czech lady is wearing curling stone earrings
— pao. (@jentlepink) February 6, 2022
— Reagan (@reags_ks) February 6, 2022
Ummm, I need those stone earrings the Czech curling player is wearing.
— Molly (@molly_vore) February 6, 2022
im pretty sure one of the czech curlers im watching is wearing curling-themed earrings and i just love that energy
— joyce (@joyceliuwrites) February 6, 2022
Paulova explained her earrings after the event. She said that she was wearing them to show love to the Czech junior teams who were also competing that day.
First 🇨🇿 curler Zuzana Paulova 🗣️
"These [earrings] are supposed to be a memory, because today there's a Czech championship going on for our junior teams & I wanted to send them a message that I think of them and I wish them best of luck!" 🤞 #Beijing2022 | #Curling pic.twitter.com/K5F2Ufg5dz
— World Curling (@worldcurling) February 6, 2022
In the opening round of their mixed doubles curling competition, Paulova and partner Tomas Paul lost 7-5 to curlers Rachel Homan and John Morris of Canada. They will have another chance to compete against China though and need to finish in the top four of the standings in their group of ten to advance to the semifinals.
Curlers definitely have a great sense of fashion (as we saw during the last Winter Olympics as well), and Paulova certainly won over many with hers.