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Esbjerg to host European Curling Championships 2015 and World Women’s Curling Championship 2019
Champery, Switzerland November 28, 2014The World Curling Federation (WCF) announced today that the city of Esbjerg in Denmark has been awarded both the European Curling Championships 2015 and the World Women’s Curling Championship 2019.
The European Curling Championships A Division and the
The 8-sheet Curling Rink in Berne is one of the largest in Europe and was the High Performance Centre of SWISSCURLING for many years.
The building is situated close to the Hockey Arena (PostFinance-Arena) and contains a large restaurant as well as many conference and function rooms.
One year on - Focus on Latvia Progress
Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada March 19, 2014Although the World Women’s Curling Championship showcases well-known competitors of the sport, such as Margaretha Sigfridsson\'s Swedish Olympic silver medal winning team, this year, the event in Saint John, Canada, is also playing host to many ne
2010 Ford World Women’s Championship to Canada
PERTH, SCOTLAND January 1, 2009The 2010 Ford World Women’s Curling Championship will be held in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada on March 20-28. The 12-team competition will be contested at the Credit Union i-plex, a curling rink/hockey arena complex which underwent a CDN $15 million reno
WCF appoints new Secretary General
PERTH, Scotland July 5th, 2010The World Curling Federation (WCF) is pleased to announce the appointment of Colin Grahamslaw as its new Secretary General.
\'>Colin Grahamslaw new WCF Secretary General
Colin Grahamslaw, from Scotland, takes over the position with the Olympic winter sport federatio