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First recorded evidence of Curling being played in Scotland and the Netherlands
Grand Caledonian Curling Club established in Scotland. First Rules of Curling are drawn up.
Grand Caledonian Curling Club becomes the Royal Caledonian Curling Club (RCCC)
Curling is played at the 1st
Olympic Winter Games
Scotch Cup is launched between Scotland and Canada
USA, Sweden, Norway, Switzerland, France and Germany start to compete in the Scotch Cup.
International Curling Federation (ICF) officially established.
Air Canada Silver Broom replaces the Scotch Cup.
First World Junior Men's Curling Championship
First World Ladies Curling Championship
ICF becomes an independent entity
First World Junior Women's Curling Championship
World Curling Championships and
World Junior Curling Championships
established (Men's & Women's)
The ICF becomes the World Curling Federation (WCF)
Curling included in the programme of the Winter Olympic Games in Nagano, Japan
First World Wheelchair Curling Championship
First World Senior Championships
First Continental Cup
Curling part of World University Winter Games and Asian Winter Games for the first time
World Mens and Womens Curling Championships separated into two events again
Curling included in European Youth Olympic Festival programme
Wheelchair Curling included in the programme of the Paralympic Winter Games, Turin, Italy
First World Curling Championship staged in Asia
Mixed Doubles Curling
The World Curling Federation becomes the first Olympic Winter Sport federation to elect a woman as President (Kate Caithness)
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