Every four years, curling becomes one of the most captivating sports among Americans. But it's also safe to assume most of those fans have no idea where their nearest curling rink is.

So how did some of the top U.S. curlers get invested in their sport? How did they know curling was their destiny?

Before the Olympics, we asked 2006 bronze medalist John Shuster, who is in his fourth Olympics; 2017 U.S. champion Jamie Sinclair, who came in second at the Olympic Trials and is currently broadcasting in PyeongChang; and 2016 World Junior silver medalist Sarah Anderson, part of the third place team at the Olympic Trials.

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