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WCF President's Newsletter May 2013

Read the latest newsletter to WCF Member Associations from WCF President Kate Caithness and find out what the Federation has been up to in recent months.

WCF announces new green facilities initiative

The World Curling Federation (WCF) is pleased to announce the introduction of a new energy efficiency initiative designed to encourage Member Associations to cut their carbon footprint.

Tårnby, Denmark to host 2013 European C-Group Championships

The World Curling Federation (WCF) is pleased to announce that Tårnby Curling Club in Denmark, will host the European C-Group Curling Championships from 7-13 October 2013.

Paralympic Winter Games 2014

The following ten WCF Member Associations above have qualified their National Paralympic Committee for the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games Wheelchair Curling Competition in Sochi: Canada; Russia (as host); China; Sweden; USA; Great Britain*; Korea; Slovakia; Norway; Finland. *Points for Great Britain are gained by Scotland at World Wheelchair Curling Championships.

WCF announces Athlete Commission and Competition and Rules Commission

The World Curling Federation (WCF) is pleased to announce the list of individuals selected to sit on the inaugural WCF Athlete Commission and the first WCF Competitions and Rules Commission. The WCF Athlete Commission will be chaired by 2002 Olympic gold medallist and WCF Vice-President, Bent Ramsfjell, from Norway.

Ford World Women's Curling Championship 2014

The 2014 Ford World Women’s Curling Championship gets underway at Harbour Station, Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada on Saturday 15 March. Twelve of the top women's teams in the world will take part with play continuing through to Sunday 23 March, when the medals will be decided.

Hungary crowned World Mixed Doubles Champions 2013

Hungary made history today as they won their first World Curling Championship title as they defeated Sweden 8-7 in the gold medal game of the World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship 2013 at the Grant Harvey Centre in Fredericton, New Brunswick.

Canadian men and women win World Senior Curling Championships

The Canadian senior men and women’s Teams won the 2013 World Senior Curling Championships in Fredericton, New Brunswick on Sunday afternoon. The Canadian women’s team defeated Austria 13-1 in seven ends for their victory, while the Canadian men’s team defeated New Zealand 6-4.

Curling World mourns the passing of Ice Pioneer

Long time Canadian icemaker Clarence (Shorty) Jenkins, known equally for the swingy ice that he produced and the pink hat he wore while doing it, died on Thursday after a lengthy illness. He was 77. Jenkins was one of the first icemakers to start experimenting with water, scraping patterns and stones, always in search of a little more crowd-pleasing swing in the ice.

Dumfries, Scotland to stage 2014 World Mixed Doubles and World Senior Curling Championships

The World Curling Federation (WCF) and the Royal Caledonian Curling Club today announced that the Scottish town of Dumfries will host the World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship and World Senior Men’s and Women’s Curling Championships in 2014. All three world championships will take place at the Dumfries Ice Bowl between April 23-29, 2014.

2012-2013 Season - World Curling Rankings Released

Following the conclusion of the Ford World Men’s Curling Championship 2013, please click to view the 2012-2013 season Men’s & Women's World Curling final ranking.

Edinburgh, Scotland to host 2013 European Mixed Curling Championships

The World Curling Federation (WCF) has announced that the Scottish capital, Edinburgh, will host the 2013 European Mixed Curling Championships at Murrayfield Curling Rink between September 14th and 21st. The European Mixed Curling Championships 2013 invite each European Member Association to send one mixed team consisting of two male and two female curlers.

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