Norway's Curling Team Shows off Wild Uniforms for 2014 Sochi Olympics

Kyle NewportFeatured ColumnistJanuary 21, 2014

In this image provided by Loudmouth Golf,  members of the Norway's Men's Olympic Curling Team from left Thomas Ulsrud, Torgor Nergard, Christoffer Svae, and Havard Vad Petersson wear their new Sochi 2014 suits as they pose for a photographer in New York Tuesday Jan. 21, 2014. So what will be the must-see moments at the Sochi Olympics? When it comes to curling, there’s no doubt what the show-stopper will be. Yes, Norway’s men’s team is back with their crazy, funky pants. And they’ll be more outrageous than ever when the players emerge for their first game at the Ice Cube.   (AP Photo/Cassie Kovacevich, Loudmouth Golf)
Cassie Kovacevich/Associated Press

Curling isn't the most popular sport at the Winter Olympics, but the men's team from Norway is doing its best to get noticed at this year's Games.

Now that's a pretty crazy design. Curling teams have had wild uniforms in the past, but this look is something else.

Thanks to the Associated Press' Cassie Kovacevich (h/t uni-watch.com's Phil Hecken) for the photo.