Asian Winter Games

Testing Figures

The aim of testing athletes is to detect and deter doping among athletes to protect the clean athletes. Any athlete under the testing jurisdiction of WCF may be tested at any time, with no advance notice, in- or out-of-competition.

International Standards

The World Anti-Doping Code works in conjunction with five International Standards aimed at bringing harmonisation among anti-doping organisations in various technical

World Anti-Doping Code

Please find below the latest World Anti-Doping Codes. The 2015 Code will become effective as of 1 January 2015.

Curling set for Kazakhstan return at Winter Universiade

International curling will return to Almaty, in Kazakhstan, for just the second time when FISU’s (Fédération Internationale du Sport Universitaire) 28th Winter Universiade Games (WUG) begin on Saturday (28 January).

January 2017: WCF President's Newsletter

The WCF President's Newsletter for January 2017.

Anti-Doping & Medical News

News updates regarding anti-doping and medical information.

Anti-Doping Q&As

Take a look at the featured WADA Q&As or browse the topics.

Speak Up!

In order to protect clean athletes, the World Anti-Doping-Agency (WADA) encourages anyone who becomes aware of, or suspects, any breach of the WADA World Anti-Doping Code, to report such doping violation concerns in confidence via SPEAK UP! – A secure digital online platform.

Apply now for Füssen camps and courses

July, perhaps doesn’t strike you as a prime curling month, but over the past two decades it has been the month where aspiring ice-technicians, umpires, coaches and junior curlers come together, in Füssen, Gemany, to hone their skills at one of the World Curling Federation’s flagship events.

2017 Sweetlake Junior Curling Team Camp open for applications

The World Curling Federation’s (WCF) competitions and development team is running its popular Sweetlake Junior Curling Team Camp, once again in 2017. The camp for junior teams, aged 13 to 20, will run from 31 July to 6 August, in Zoetemeer, Netherlands and will focus on team development and individual skills.

Quarter-finalists determined for WJBCC 2017

The 16 quarter-finalists (eight women and eight men) have been decided at the World Junior-B Curling Championships 2017 in Oestersund, Sweden, and will shortly compete for places in Tuesday's (10 January) semi-finals and gold medal games. China, Czech Republic, Germany, Japan, Norway, Scotland, Slovakia and Turkey are the women’s teams that have reached the last eight.

Field taking shape at WJBCC 2017

After 14 sessions of round-robin play at the World Junior-B Curling Championships 2017 in Oestersund, Sweden four women’s teams and four men’s teams remain unbeaten.

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