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Education
The long-term solution to reduce doping is through effective prevention and clean sport values-based education programs to create a strong doping-free culture. The following education resources and tools are recommended by the WCF and are available on WADA’s website.
Wheelchair Athlete Resources
Please find below resources available to download for Wheelchair Athletes. $(function() { $( \"#tabs\" ).tabs({ collapsible: false }); }); Downloads   WCF Classification Rule (V 2 - October 2014) WCF Classification Master List 2017 (Updated 24 April 2017)Some files may require
Australia and New Zealand team up for Stepping Stones development
Naseby, New Zealand Monday 14 August 2017The World Curling Federation’s most recently introduced development programme – Stepping Stones – has made its second stop in Naseby, New Zealand. The New Zealand Curling Association and Australian Curling Federation teamed-up to deliver
Athlete Accommodation
We offer various hotels and categories in the heart of Bern. Bookings for athletes and coaches can be made at www.wcf.co/1bADWph For any questions about hotel booking please contact Bern Incoming. Bern Incoming (official hotel partner of World Mixed Curling Championship 2015) Amthausgasse 4 3
WCF and WADA team up to promote anti-doping campaign - #CurlClean
Gangneung, Korea Wednesday 25 January 2017The World Curling Federation (WCF) and World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) are partnering together to promote clean sport at the VoIP Defender World Junior Curling Championships 2017 in Gangneung, Korea (16-26 February) next month.