Inside the WCF

About the WCF

Mission Statement The World Curling Federation represents curling internationally and facilitates the growth of the sport through a network of Member Associations/Federations. About the WCF The World Curling Federation is the world governing body of the Olympic Winter Sport of Curling and the Paralympic Winter Sport of Wheelchair Curling.

WCF President

Kate Caithness from Scotland was elected President of the World Curling Federation in April 2010. She is the first female president of the WCF and the first female president of an Olympic Winter Sports Federation. Caithness has been involved with the sport of curling since the 1980s.

Member Associations

If you want to try curling, contact your local Member Association who will be able to tell you where you can try the sport in your country.

World Rankings

The World Curling Federation World Rankings track and list the success of all Member Associations at the Pacific-Asia, European, World Wheelchair, Women’s, Men’s and Mixed Doubles Curling Championships and the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.

World Curling Hall of Fame

Induction into the World Curling Hall of Fame is the highest ‘non-playing’ honour that the World Curling Federation can bestow on someone and recognises outstanding contribution to the sport of curling whether through on ice exploits or off ice endeavours. 2012 was the first year the WCF accepted nominations for this honour.

Newsletters

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

Job Opportunities

Current job opportunities with the World Curling Federation and the WCF Member

Contact

Get in touch with the World Curling