Asian Winter Games

World Curling Freytag Award 2009 – Sandra Schmirler

Legendary Canadian women's skip Sandra Schmirler was officially awarded the World Curling Freytag Award at the Opening Banquet of the Ford World Men’s Curling Championship 2009 in Moncton, Canada. The posthumous award was received by Schmirler's widower Shannon England and their two children, Sara and Jenna.

World Senior Curling Championships 2011

See Also: World Senior Curling Championships 2010

World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship 2011

See Also: World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship 2010

World Wheelchair Curling Championship 2011

See Also: World Wheelchair Curling Qualification 2010 Paralympic Winter Games 2010 World Wheelchair Curling Championship

25th Winter Universiade

About the Universiade The Universiade is an international sporting and cultural festival which is organised by FISU http://www.fisu.net (Federation Internationale du Sport Universitaire/International University Sports Federation). It is staged every two years, with Winter and Summer Universiade’s being held in the same year.

Pacific Junior Curling Championships 2011

See Also: Pacific Junior Curling Championships 2010 New Year kicks off with junior curling

European Junior Curling Challenge 2011

See Also: European Junior Curling Challenge 2010 New Year kicks off with junior curling

World Financial Group Continental Cup 2012

See the event website: www.curling.

WCF appoints new Secretary General

The World Curling Federation (WCF) is pleased to announce the appointment of Colin Grahamslaw as its new Secretary General. Colin Grahamslaw, from Scotland, takes over the position with the Olympic winter sport federation from Mike Thomson who is retiring after eighteen years in the job. Grahamslaw has over fifteen years of experience of operational and strategic management of sport disciplines.

Death of WCF Honorary President Günther Hummelt

The World Curling Federation (WCF) is deeply saddened to learn the news of the death of former WCF President Günther Hummelt. He was 78. Hummelt was President of the WCF from 1990 to 2000. “On behalf of the World Curling Federation I express our sincerest condolences to Günther’s family,” said WCF President Kate Caithness.

WCF Meetings 2010 Appendices

Download and view the Appendices from the WCF Meetings below. To download a file, right click on the link and select "Save As..." for PC's, or press the 'ctrl' key and click on the link for Mac's.

WCF Meetings 2010 Powerpoint Presentations

Download and view the powerpoint presentations from the WCF Meetings below. To view the presentation in your browser, simply click on the link (you will be required to have a Powerpoint viewer browser plugin) To download a file, right click on the link and select "Save As..." for PC's, or press the 'ctrl' key and click on the link for Mac's.

Perth, Scotland to host 2011 World Junior Championships

The World Curling Federation (WCF) and Scotland’s Royal Caledonian Curling Club have announced that Perth, Scotland will host the World Junior Curling Championships in 2011. The event will return to the Dewars Centre and will be staged from 5-13th March 2011.

World Junior Curling Championships 2011

See Also: World Junior Curling Championships 2010 New Year kicks off with junior curling

WCF appoints new Curling Development Officer

The World Curling Federation (WCF) is pleased to announce the appointment of Eeva Röthlisberger as its new Curling Development Officer. With a background in marketing and sales, Eeva Röthlisberger, who has joint Swiss and Finnish citizenship, has been involved with the sport of curling for almost twenty years.

USA and Canada win gold to become 2010 World Senior Champions

The USA won the final of the men’s World Senior Curling Championship on Sunday beating Canada 4-3 in an extra end. On the neighbouring sheet in the Ural Lightning Ice Palace, the Canadian women’s team secured the senior women’s championship title with an 8-4 victory over Switzerland. Australia won the senior men’s bronze game 4-3 against Switzerland.

Russia wins gold at World Mixed Doubles Championship 2010

Curling history was made on Sunday when the Russian mixed doubles curling team secured the first world championship title ever for the Russian Federation. In front of a crowd of over 1,500 gathered in the Ural Lightning Ice Palace, Yana Nekrasova and teammate Petr Dron beat the New Zealand pair, Sean and Bridget Becker, 9-7 in the final.

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